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Old 10-24-2010, 12:05 AM   #1
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whats the difference and which is better? thanks!!!
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the X2 is longer, lighter and has different gearing... but IMO the jammin X1 with the 16mm shocks works alot better, the X1 is easy to drive and drive fast, setup works everywhere... the X2 is a pain t setup, its very loose and unstable... i spent 6 months trying to set it up and never could get it to work as good as the X1 so i actually went back to the X1 and got faster.... i would get the X1 over the X2... the X2 parts also wear faster and the shock towers tend to break, def the front one.
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