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Old 03-05-2006, 12:31 AM   #1
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Default set up tools and boards Hudy or Trinity?

Im going to get set up tools and board for my 1/10 touring car. Is the trinity set have the same features as the Hudy set? Because for the price it seems the trinity set is a good buy at only 119 dollors compared to 289 dollers for the hudy. what do you guys think?
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Old 03-05-2006, 01:06 AM   #2
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Well the Hudy one is a better system.
But if you only have $120 to spend the trinity one could set up your car very accurately. It depends if you want the best, or value for money.
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i like the integy one, havent tried it but it looks good?
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I have the Integy and it is very good for what I use it for. The only problem is if you have an Xray you have to get Metric nuts.
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I have the Integy and it is very good for what I use it for. The only problem is if you have an Xray you have to get Metric nuts.
Same here. I just use my wheel nuts.
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I have the Integy and it is very good for what I use it for. The only problem is if you have an Xray you have to get Metric nuts.

do you have the setup station 1 or 2, also wat is the differnce between the alignment setup station and that??
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do you have the setup station 1 or 2, also wat is the differnce between the alignment setup station and that??
Go on the Integy website...
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i did, the older one says it does a whole bunch of shit and so does the new one, (2), but the new one comes with two wheels and the old one comes with 4 of those other thingys. the old one also says it can measure kickup and alighn steering the right way and the new one doesnt say that
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Im planning on getting the Xray T2 I want a set up station that can do every thing but Im new to on road raceing so i dont know what i need can anyone tell me what I need as far as set up abilitys.
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By far the Hudy one is the best. As the aligment system they all look about the sam. Hudy,Integy, and Speed Mind, Trinty. Speed Mind's look like the just copyed Hudys. Where Hudy is better. Are the iinstruction booklet they give you. They lay out in detail how to properly align you car and proper sequince in doing it. It also goes in to detail on what each adjustment does.
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The Hudy one is by far the best espesially if you have (or planning to buy) a T2.Hudy makes their set up tools to fit their cars first and then the others.
I have the Hudy myself and it is really good.
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I have the Hudy one myself, it's very accurate. I love it and have no complaint except maybe for the price.
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