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Old 09-20-2006, 08:59 AM   #196
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A bit off topic but which speedo is that shown in the last gallery picture?
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Question is How long and how much?
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Old 09-20-2006, 09:12 AM   #198
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I asked at rc america and they said it would be about a month out and similar in price.Doesnt mean it won't be more time or money.

At least they will offer a conversion.Man that looks like it will be expensive considering all the changes.
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What the heck. I can not gets any pics on X-Rays websight..
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Old 09-20-2006, 09:20 AM   #200
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A bit off topic but which speedo is that shown in the last gallery picture?
I think it's the Robitronic i-cube

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Old 09-20-2006, 09:22 AM   #201
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Some more info here

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That looks sweet!!

They even have new arms for the carpet version. I would probably buy the kit a instead of converting.
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That looks sweet!!

They even have new arms for the carpet version. I would probably buy the kit a instead of converting.
Looking at the amount of changes (for carpet at least) you'd probably be better off... But I do applaud Xray for offering a conversion....

I may just have to eat my words and get one....
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I believe it's not worth buying the conversion. There are few items (especiallythe bulkheads) that should be expensive. Si just sell your T2 and buy the T2007. Even if the difference is same as the cost of the conversion, you will have a BRAND new kit and I believe everyone loves a BRAND NEW kit especially if it will be avaliabe around christmas time

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I'll probably pick up a used T2 and then get a '007 later on down the road and use the T2 for a parts car.
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Looking at the amount of changes (for carpet at least) you'd probably be better off... But I do applaud Xray for offering a conversion....

I may just have to eat my words and get one....
I am wondering how much the conversion is going to cost considering how much is different. I doubt they will put all the parts in the conversion kit . . . to help keep the price down.

They could leave out the arms and the diffs but that's not going to lower the price much.
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Wow..I finally saw the specs and pics. This is going to be the car to have!! Simply awesome..I cant wait till it comes out...
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Ok, now I can relegate the t2/BMI to rubber and use this for foam!

Am I seeing things correctly?-- Does the motor mount screw have to go through the hole in the spur to get to the motor mount? And now the motor will be turned over 90 degrees?

If I could get my hands on it I would be glad not to speculate--- !
Of course this is going to cure my inability to set up a car correctly and also cure my crappy driving.
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After seeing the pic I had an orgasm. Seriously though, where can I buy new driving skills to go with all that bling?

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Looks nice.


but I think us BMI equipped guy's are already covered in the chassis area. I'll stick with my T2.. the new bulkheads would be a nice addition though.
I think a different stage upgrade kit would be nice.



see they still kept the cheesey plastic shock bodies.
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