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Quick question - Xray XT8 to 808 conversion.

Quick question - Xray XT8 to 808 conversion.

Old 03-15-2012, 05:27 PM
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I have a chassis sitting here from my XT8 before i did the Rcmonster conversion. I also have a lot of spare parts. It was obviously the shorter pre '09 spec chassis. Can i build an Xray buggy on that with no issues when it comes to the buggy body fitting?

Or possibly using it as a base for the coming soon SCT kit?

Im guessing no but wanted to confirm first.

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Old 03-15-2012, 05:41 PM
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No reason you coudln't. Im pretty sure '11 808 f and r would bolt right on and uses the correct center driveline. You will have to mix and match parts from truggy and buggy to make it work but xray good about keeping alot of stuff interchangeable. Like to see what you do.
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im just worried about the length of the chassis. i have a 8ight 2.0 buggy and the xray xt8 chassis is about an inch longer (assuming of course that the buggies follow a template of course when it comes to size) I have all the belief that for sure i can bolt all the parts on but i don't want to end up with a rolling chassis that i cant put a buggy body on because its too long.
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