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Old 07-01-2019, 02:41 PM
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There will not be a T5. They changed their naming platform a few years ago. T-Touring 4-4wd. Like XB4 is Xray Buggy 4wd. XB2, XT2, etc.

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So if the spur gear is large enough to touch the ground we good to go with T5
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So if the spur gear is large enough to touch the ground we good to go with T5
Or if you put a wheelie bar on it
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Originally Posted by EAMotorsports View Post
There will not be a T5. They changed their naming platform a few years ago. T-Touring 4-4wd. Like XB4 is Xray Buggy 4wd. XB2, XT2, etc.

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makes sense and I thought that too.

But....

T4F

doesnt fit with the concept of that nomenclature!!
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Originally Posted by cplus View Post


makes sense and I thought that too.

But....

T4F

doesnt fit with the concept of that nomenclature!!
This is true. I guess it should have technically been T2F!! LOL

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This is true. I guess it should have technically been T2F!! LOL

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or at least T4-minus-2R
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Originally Posted by Lonestar View Post
or at least T4-minus-2R
so no mid motor shaft car?
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Originally Posted by Marcos.J View Post
so no mid motor shaft car?
What, you trying to Bert involved in this thread? lol
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Originally Posted by CristianTabush View Post
Pretty soon. As soon as I get the new batch in, Ill be able to modify our xray chassis files to mount up the center motor mount on there. The first batch left quickly, so I did not have a chance to keep a chassis to make one.
How soon would you have an aluminum chassis available, after you get these conversion kits in stock? I would love to try one at IIC this year.
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Old 07-03-2019, 07:44 AM
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How soon would you have an aluminum chassis available, after you get these conversion kits in stock? I would love to try one at IIC this year.
I should have a few of them next week. However the conversion kits are now back ordered until late August. I will have 1 more to sell after I test fit the chassis and option decks we are cutting.
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Wanted to give a bump to this. I have 2 of the Zero Tribe conversions left, however they are a hybrid conversion of sorts. They use an RSD aluminum chassis and top deck. Everything else is the same. If anyone is interested in them, these are the last 2 we will have for a while.

Likewise, if anyone got them elsewhere, we have alloy chassis/ top deck combos available now. I shipped a bunch of them yesterday and still have a couple of chassis and decks left. Message me if interested in any of these.
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So Ive seen this first hand now in prototype form and had a good look.

Some very cool features. Some parts are very much production certainty, but also some detail stuff that might still change.

Question on will be; when finished can it take it to the current crop of AMX in Europe?
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Originally Posted by EAMotorsports View Post
This is true. I guess it should have technically been T2F!! LOL

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Probably didnt do that because they already had a T2 line before changing up how they name their models. T2-007 T2-008US T2-008EU etc
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Probably didnt do that because they already had a T2 line before changing up how they name their models. T2-007 T2-008US T2-008EU etc
It's pretty easy to distinguish between T2-007 and T2F '19
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Where do they get all the inspo ? ��





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Old 07-25-2019, 07:56 AM
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Why have they got spacers under the hinge pin areas and bushes all the way up? To get really high roll centre? Is that to stop roll in high grip/speed?
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