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Old 06-07-2006, 08:37 AM
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hi alln another site i found pics of the predator x10 in race trim and would like to know about it's performance and avallibilty in the usa?i have seen the x10 before bu only in stock trim.thanks
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Simple search: http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=61537
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Old 06-07-2006, 09:29 AM
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one of our local heroes just got a sponsorship and supposedly the only sponsored U.S. driver. they just got the car two weeks ago. the car is trick looking. and he made the car look decent on the track, as he is just starting to learn the setup, but there is no way i would buy it. way tooo much money toward parts support for the car.

the car also looking at it, seems more for the clay or blue groove tracks. just looking at it, doesnt seem to be a rough track car. but i could be wrong. .
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Originally Posted by vic0280
one of our local heroes just got a sponsorship and supposedly the only sponsored U.S. driver. they just got the car two weeks ago. the car is trick looking. and he made the car look decent on the track, as he is just starting to learn the setup, but there is no way i would buy it. way tooo much money toward parts support for the car.

the car also looking at it, seems more for the clay or blue groove tracks. just looking at it, doesnt seem to be a rough track car. but i could be wrong. .
You couldn't be more wrong if you tried the only clay/dirt track we have in the UK that is used for nationals once a year the rest of the time the car is raced in multi surface tracks consisting of grass, astro turf tarmac, cobble stones, a little dirt. The 3 cars in the pictures above are Tom Yardy (uk factory driver) Paul Robinson and Tony Bishop both supported TTech drivers.
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tyreman,

my bad, like i said,i could be wrong and so maybe i am. the real test is to see how the car does in this area with our style tracks. i know there is a lot of great cars out there and all of them can be setup, but i have to go on our surfaces and what the most common parts support for my area.

like i said, car is sweet looking. but wont get based on parts support.
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I love mine...great car's. Handle great....The race trim you talk about is the stock trim...TTech didn't skim on part's quality. I have 2 BJ4we's and it's a very hard choice between the X10 and BJ4's on which to drive .....I'm actually thinking of selling off one or both the bj4's. and getting another X10. TTech dose have a race spec. coming out called the XRS it's a more budget friendly X10. No ceramic bearing's,no center shaft oneway,etc.
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Oh ya their are 2 places that carry parts here in the US....

http://www.advantageracingproducts.com/
http://www.ultralinemotorsports.com/...rt=4876&cat=1&
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From TTech:
Confirmed... The XRS will come with a slipper clutch assembly. XRS Kits will include: Slipper Pressure Plate, Slipper Springs, Slipper back Plate, Machined 72T Spur Gear and Slipper Tension nut. All these parts are from the world renowned Predator X10.

Also official word is that the Predator XRS will be shipping at the end of June.

You can find Predator X10 and Predator XRS kits along with a huge parts list on our website. http://www.UltraLineMotorsports.com/shop
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When do you plan on getting parts in stock everytime I try to order shows you have insufficient stock when I add the item's to my cart.
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Originally Posted by tradhunt
When do you plan on getting parts in stock everytime I try to order shows you have insufficient stock when I add the item's to my cart.
Good question tradunt, by mid week every TTech product should be updated with stock status. If the item is in stock you will see IN STOCK! posted under the product description.

If you see this:
"Although there is insufficient stock at present, you may still purchase this item and we will ship your order as soon as possible"
You may still place your order and pay later.
In the check out use the option (Offline Order Request).

Hope this helps...
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Great thanks,
I've placed an order with Advantage just recently but will be ordering from you soon. Getting a few spare's. Though I really havent needed anything but one arm. Car's are pretty durable.
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Dan u got pm
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Thanks, got it
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Dan, no luck

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Originally Posted by Dirt-Racer
Dan, no luck

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Dirt-Racer, You should be set up now.
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