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Old 08-30-2010, 11:21 AM   #1
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hi all does anyone know when the GS xut II is going to be released and is there any info on it?????????
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I didnt know they were gonna released it I havent heard anything. I would like to see GS back on the racing scene.
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Old 08-30-2010, 11:08 PM   #3
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hi,

they are out a few month here in germany and very good cars. i run my xut II a few race`s. sorry it`s difficult to write for me but i will give more info`s if you like.

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hi,

they are out a few month here in germany and very good cars. i run my xut II a few race`s. sorry it`s difficult to write for me but i will give more info`s if you like.

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how is the CLX buggy performing in Germany?
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i don`t now. my son has one. also a good car and very durable like the XUT. the problem is, spares are much expensive here for the gs cars.

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i don`t now. my son has one. also a good car and very durable like the XUT. the problem is, spares are much expensive her for the gs cars.
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I have the XUTII and it is great!! I have had it for about 4 months now and now problems. Great product for racing!!!
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we made us a quickmount engine mount, a larger rear chassisbrace (will come the next day and Brass Bushing Set for the front upper arms. we will test it.

other bodys are no problem too. i use the shift for the mugen mbx 6t and my friend and other teamdrivers from us use the bulldog or punisher for the mugen mbx6t. looks a littele better than the stock body and are more durable.

a little more weight than other truggys but easy to drive.


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are you teamdriver for GS in the us?

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we made us a quickmount engine mount, a larger rear chassisbrace (will come the next day and Brass Bushing Set for the front upper arms. we will test it.

other bodys are no problem too. i use the shift for the mugen mbx 6t and my friend and other teamdrivers from us use the bulldog or punisher for the mugen mbx6t. looks a littele better than the stock body and are more durable.

a little more weight than other truggys but easy to drive.


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are you teamdriver for GS in the us?
Nope I am in Germany.
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Old 08-31-2010, 09:23 AM   #10
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tell me more? ;-)
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i have the xut team pro with the advanced kit on it and is a really good truggy but yes is a bit more heavy than some .
XUT II not here in New Zealand yet ..
anyone with some info on it would be great and i also run a CL-1 with the advanced kit on it as the CLX not here either.
if anyone has any setup sheets for the XUT that i have please pass them on to me and i can do the same with my one if anyone is keen to try it..
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hope you all do welll in your racing too.

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i have the xut team pro with the advanced kit on it and is a really good truggy but yes is a bit more heavy than some .
XUT II not here in New Zealand yet ..
anyone with some info on it would be great and i also run a CL-1 with the advanced kit on it as the CLX not here either.
if anyone has any setup sheets for the XUT that i have please pass them on to me and i can do the same with my one if anyone is keen to try it..
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I had one 2 years back, had the diffs set at 10-30-3.

Very tough but the arms deform over time. FUnny thing, the GS ball ends never had any slop after so much abuse! The only thing I broke is a front left knuckle, and pierced a to insert.
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also a good one is 12/10/1 in the diffs. for the shocks 60front/50rear, plates1,4mm or better 1,5mm. the orange springs allaround.
if its possible here (i will writing more posts with my bad english :-)), i will post some sheets for the first XUT and if you want tip`s for the XUT II setup feel free to ask.
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Does anyone have any info on the XUT II and what are the differences from the xut and any pics would be great.
i have talked to the people at RC Bandit and am now saving for one as they have said they will get me one in if i want it .does the original body fit too and spare parts what would be needed and if its anything like the XUT i have now it will be tough as..and is it lighter or the same weight ..
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