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Old 05-29-2015, 07:14 AM
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im pretty sure the XT9 arms fit.. the gearing will be very bad for that size wheel though.. you will prolly need to get the diff gears changed as well..
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Old 05-29-2015, 08:21 AM
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Originally Posted by dgrobe2112 View Post
im pretty sure the XT9 arms fit.. the gearing will be very bad for that size wheel though.. you will prolly need to get the diff gears changed as well..
Yeah i think so to but im not sure. when searching amain the xt9 arms seem to be xt8 arms.

Gearing wont be an issue, gonna use a 4082 1600kv on 6s. Looked at a gearing calc and i get a theoretical top speed of 95km/h with 3.8 badlands and 15/46 gearing.

Might go for 3.2" or 2.8" tires and wheels and do something like this

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Old 10-04-2015, 01:29 PM
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Hi.
Does anybody know if the chassi for the XB9E (351106) is discontinued ?
Is there another chassi that is compatible ?

My chassi has started to bend. The rear driveshaft starts to hit the centerdiff because of this.


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Just found out that it is not discontinued.
Is available from Xray Slovakia.

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I think you can use the 13 Chassi 351107.
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I think that if using the 13 chassi you must replace a lot of other parts also to fit battery tray etc.

Anyone know if there is a longer rear brace for the XB9E chassi ? (to prevent the huge flex)?

353089 (2013 longer rear brace) does not fit at all.

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Got an answer from Xray.
There is no other compatible chassi for XB9E.
353089 may be fitted, but needs drilling on chassi etc.

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What set up are people using?
What spares are needed?
anything I should keep an eye out for?

I just picked one up
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Originally Posted by jhautz View Post
Mugen MBX6 ECO Diff with plastic spur should be a drop in as well. That what I am using in my 808 and XT8.
So with that, a metal 42T spur from 808 will fit on a Mugen Mbx6T diff cup, direct fit, no mods? Right?
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