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Old 10-23-2009, 10:04 PM   #46
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yea i love that ross system where u can push in the button and start the engine that pretty conventent , u could race this thing on a 1/8 track and slap some good tires on it il sell a couple of things and might get one of this maybe it would catch on with the racers to make a class for it, they will proberty make a brushless one but i image only if they sell enough of them
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Old 10-24-2009, 04:28 AM   #47
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A BIG X2.


Brushless is cool n all...but Nitro Aint goin NO where.
X3, many are like me and have ZERO interest in electric.
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Old 10-26-2009, 03:53 PM   #48
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ok,this is getting confusing,i seen pics of this thing with a center diff(single speed) and pics of it with a 2 speed clutchbell and 2 spurgears,which one is the option?
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ok,this is getting confusing,i seen pics of this thing with a center diff(single speed) and pics of it with a 2 speed clutchbell and 2 spurgears,which one is the option?
Where did you see pictures with a 2 speed clutchbell and 2 spurgears? On the Losi site? Does the mystery deepen?
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actually i googled and found a nice size pic on another forum and you could see the 2 spur gears from the bottom of the chassis,and the 2-speed clutchbell,and also if u look at the single speed clutchbell it looks to stick out as if a second gear could fit behind it,does any one exactly which one is standard?
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It does show a 2 speed clutchbell on the losi site where u can move the mouse over the picture 2 blowup the image where the numbers are,if u move the mouse over number 8 u will see a 2-speed clutchbell
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actually i googled and found a nice size pic on another forum and you could see the 2 spur gears from the bottom of the chassis,and the 2-speed clutchbell,and also if u look at the single speed clutchbell it looks to stick out as if a second gear could fit behind it,does any one exactly which one is standard?
Well... the exploded view (on the Losi site) only shows the center diff. There is a video on You-Tube where they interviewed a Losi guy and he specifically stated that there are 3 diffs (front, rear, and center... obviously).

youtube.com/watch?v=Odapytxezxk

Maybe a 2-speed will be an option, but I'd bet anything that it will be released with a center diff. I noticed they removed the 2-speed "typo" from the website.
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ITS A CENTER DIFF....NO 2 speed....the rep would NOT tell us its a Center diff then throw us a 2 speed.
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I hope its a center diff..The spur gear looks plastic..I like the idea of a 10th scale truggy..I had a 4wd gastruck in the past but was no fun..I will be looking into the ten t......I would want to remove the ross system and make it bump start compatible...Losi need to make some dish rims for it..They already have the eclipse tires for 320 size rims

It says it come with a lipo rx pack
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Well wasn't expecting a 1/10 Nitro Truggy to be Losi's new vehicle.
It'll be cool as soon as someone makes it brushless, iv'e been talkin about a
4WD XXX-T CR for years. XXX-4T CR lol..
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il dont think that will happen inless they sell enough of the ten-t i do think i will see some at the track next year
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Old 10-31-2009, 12:26 PM   #57
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the center diff is a big plus i like that
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sportwerks, had that remote start truck and I have not heard to much good stuff about that.
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Old 10-31-2009, 12:55 PM   #59
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oh maybe they improved it though i would convert the engine to a non pullstart and use a starter box just put a backplate on
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