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Old 10-07-2006, 04:31 PM   #91
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tradhunt - i ask you do you have any video run x10 car ??
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Old 10-08-2006, 05:14 AM   #92
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Nope sorry Taz. no video....
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Old 10-08-2006, 05:32 AM   #93
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Many thanks for the info. tradhunt. I'll check them out and have a look around. I won't race a car that is not supported i.e. spare parts hop-ups and set-ups of course. Thank you very much indeed.....
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Old 10-08-2006, 05:42 AM   #94
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How can I get one ?
any web sites?
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Old 10-08-2006, 09:07 AM   #95
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tradhunt - did you run your x10 car on loose dirt this weekend
how was your car handle there ??
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http://www.ttechracing.com Then you can go to shop from the main screen.
Im going to be ordering mine today
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Old 10-09-2006, 03:28 PM   #97
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How can I get one ?
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You can go to www.ultralinemotorsports.com . They sell both the XRS and the X10.

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Old 10-09-2006, 09:50 PM   #98
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I saw Kendall drive his. Holy Moly that thing is awesome!!! Definetly on the top of my list when I get a 4WD. I will proably get the XRS though. So you had the 5.5r brushless in that day Kendall??
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I saw Kendall drive his. Holy Moly that thing is awesome!!! Definetly on the top of my list when I get a 4WD. I will proably get the XRS though. So you had the 5.5r brushless in that day Kendall??
Nope, I actually ran an Ultraline Blind Speed 11x3. The track had a loose layer of dirt on the top so I decided to run the triple instead of a single or double. Dan from Ultraline recently gave me one of the new Blind Speed Checkpoint motors. These motors are excellent and have more power than a V2 (in my opinion). I think it was pulling the same lap times as the 1/8 scale buggies at the track we were at last week in Duluth. The X10 handles the rough tracks better than I had expected.

This is my setup currently:
Front:
stiffer than stock front springs (I don't have the spring pack yet, I now run losi green TC springs)
40 wt. Losi oil
stock pistons
.120 internal limiter
increase the length of the pushrod 1.5 mm.
arms level
3 washers on upper arm (stock camber)

Rear:
Stock springs
60 wt. Losi oil
stock pistons
no limiters
Middle hole on upper arm
bones level
no swaybar (makes the car feel loose, I might put it back on)
-2 or -1 degrees of camber
2 to 1 degrees of toe in (rear camber and toe make up most of my adjustments)

I have not ran on a hard packed clay track yet with the X10. I am hoping to go to Millwalkee and race at S&N Trackside the first weekend in November. They run slicks at this track, plus it is very small. So it will be a different experience for me.

I hope the setup helps!


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22 racer- good job man i saw the track on picture
i ask you what kind speed control you run on x10 car
This is what I run in my X10:

Futaba 9451 servo with losi long horn, more predictable and responsive steering without a servo saver. You might have to grind away part of the chassis where the steering linkage goes through so it does not rub.
Spektrum micro reciver
Novak GTX speedo
Ultraline Checkpoint 8x2

With the Spektrum micro reciver and the GTX, I can fit both behind the servo so you dont have to mount the reciver on top of the servo. (lower CG baby!!!)


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Hey Kendall,
Great thanks for the setup... I'll give it a try.

I'm pretty much running the same esc/receiver as you micro and the GTX been running that way for a while now seems to work great. I'm running a KO servo and usually a Orion 12x2 on my track... It's a bit tighter and really hard pack. think I'll pickup a 10x and 8 or 9t Checkpoint..... Thanks, George
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Ultralinemotors (Dan), you got PM
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Is there something going on with Ultraline Motorsports? I tried to call and e-mail but no response.
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Good Morning Carlo,

Ultraline will have a limited staff during the Holidays and will be back up to full speed at the first of the year.

We would also like to thank all the racers for a great 2006 and look forward to 2007.
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Wassup? I'm trying to get into this end of the hobby and my brother is telling me about the x-10. Can anyone tell me how it does compared to other cars like: Kyosho Lazer, Losi XXX-4, and BJ Concepts on various surfaces and track sizes.

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