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Old 10-07-2007, 09:57 AM   #3421
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6 degree C-hubs
a bag of 1.5mm washers 303134
Pdub bumper (I've broken like two parts since I bought this last January)
a full set of el-cheapo bearings ($25)
bag of lower shock captured ends 308316
one or two spare knuckles, C-hubs, rear hubs, front arms, and rear arms
a bag of M3x16 button-head-cap-screws

I'm loving this setup: http://forum.teamxray.com/xform/inde...1&setup=t2_007

After almost a year of running two cars in two classes, I've also broken one shock body (huge collision), one 302664 (same huge collision), and bent one drive shaft.

If you play around with setups a bunch, you'll probably want to have on hand:
front and rear antiroll bars
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Old 10-08-2007, 02:01 AM   #3422
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hi,
i need help on my T2r and wonder you guys can help...

The lower chassis front bumper area had a major crack and it looks like its going to break anytime. What can I do to fix it?

If I would to buy a new lower chassis, can both T2 or T2'007 chassis fit into my T2R? I do not plan to change the upper deck and bulkheads for my T2R.

Pls help... thanks!!
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Old 10-08-2007, 03:10 AM   #3423
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You could try CA glue, but no warranties it will work.

T2 chassis will fit, T2007, wont.

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Old 10-08-2007, 04:08 AM   #3424
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I'm the dude who had a problem with my front drive belt flipping in my T2. The suggestion of a new belt fixed the problem. Thanks.

I had split/messed up the bumper area on my chassis too. A few layers of carbon were split off right at the front, in front of the 3 bumper mounting holes. First I used runny super glue and clamped the split carbon layers back together. Then I mixed up araldite (2 part epoxy glue) and mixed it with fibreglass mat and applied that to the area where a few layers of carbon were broken away. I sanded it back and it has been fine since, surviving a few crashes.

I also bought a spare chassis to use when the old one is REALLY f cactus.

Apparently putting CA glue around the edges of carbon bits helps stop them splitting.
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Old 10-08-2007, 05:01 AM   #3425
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Hi all! quick question. Will any other spur gear than the 87 tooth 48pich spur fit on theh 007? I have a 90 tooth spur and it hits the back plate. I've talk to people that put in a 116 tooth 64pitch gear but I want to stay in the 48pitch. With the spur gear so easy to change out, I just wanted to know if the option is there.
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Old 10-08-2007, 09:57 AM   #3426
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87 is the largest that will fit, it comes very close to hanging out the bottom, but just clears everything without any modification
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Old 10-09-2007, 05:40 AM   #3427
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Damn! Just bought a 93T spur.

I buy Kimbrough spur gears which fit fine. I also tried Kawada spurs, but they have eight screw holes not six so they do not fit.
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Old 10-09-2007, 06:21 AM   #3428
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Just to let you guys know, I am running Brushless 10.5 and am planning on running 13.5 also. But this last weekend, i was running the 10.5 and I was geared at 34mm rollout 60mm tires (Jaco Prisms) 114 spur and the max that can fit is a 35 pinion so it worked out perfect for 10.5, but gearing a 13.5 will be different! ill need to be around 38mm, in order to do that, ill have to have something smaller then a 112 tooth or so. just wanted to give you guys the heads up...114 spur, max you can run is a 35, so a 116, i better the highest you can go is a 34 or so.

But the reason for my post, i need a good setup for a lowbite track because it has a fresh setup and hasnt been ran onmuch yet.
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Old 10-09-2007, 06:31 AM   #3429
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Also, what rollout have you guys been gearing your 13.5's at? anyone have a rollout where they thermaled at?
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B - I've been rolling out my 13.5 right at 40mm...I'm using a 108t RW spur, which gives plenty of room to gear up (use spur+pinion <= to 150 for reference). FWIW I'm about the same as you on 10.5 too. Do you have your current set-up posted on the X-Ray site? My current low/mid bite set-up is very close to this: http://forum.teamxray.com/xform/inde...5&setup=t2_007
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Old 10-09-2007, 08:44 AM   #3431
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B - I've been rolling out my 13.5 right at 40mm...I'm using a 108t RW spur, which gives plenty of room to gear up (use spur+pinion <= to 150 for reference). FWIW I'm about the same as you on 10.5 too. Do you have your current set-up posted on the X-Ray site? My current low/mid bite set-up is very close to this: http://forum.teamxray.com/xform/inde...5&setup=t2_007
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That looks pretty familiar...
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Old 10-09-2007, 09:04 AM   #3432
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Guess i need to post mine.
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Old 10-09-2007, 11:30 AM   #3433
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If I would to buy a new lower chassis, can both T2 or T2'007 chassis fit into my T2R? I do not plan to change the upper deck and bulkheads for my T2R.
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T2 chassis will fit, T2007, wont.

Good luck
This is incorrect...all the T2 and T2'007 lower chassis are completely interchangeable .
You could put a T2/T2R chassis on a 007, or a 007 2.5mm/3.5mm chassis on a T2/T2R. In fact, XRAY titles the '007 chassis "T2 chassis".
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Old 10-09-2007, 02:05 PM   #3434
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Ya, mine is posted on there, under "Ben Schorr" i think i only have one from last year when it was high bite. I started with that, and it pushed mad onpower into the corners and broke traction mid to exit.

I totally forgot about adding more rear toe-in! I was only running what the rear hub was giving me so 1degree! lol i think i shoulda been at 2-2.5....I dont got any of them special colored shims to adjust your toein, and they want like $5 for 10 of them each! i eded up changing to a dark blue spring up front and went low/out on the rear camber link, it started to work. then again, i should of had more rear toein
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Old 10-10-2007, 03:25 PM   #3435
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So i need info on what parts I should keep on-hand as extras? Gonna be racing asphalt with it. alos a good online parts sopurce would be great.
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