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Old 03-08-2011, 03:22 PM   #4096
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I am also interested in hearing how the car performs with this chassis. Any one had a chance to give it a good test?
My Exotek chassis just got here and I will be changing from foam tire setup to a rubber tire setup.It will take some time to sand and glue the edges and I was sent the wrong front multi diff but should have the car together and on the track within the next two weeks.I cant wait to see how it handles.I will keep you posted and lets get this thread to the front page and keep it alive.
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Old 03-09-2011, 07:55 AM   #4097
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I have a 007 for sale if anyone is interested. It is an EU and I have all the US stuff, with all colored springs and XRay aluminum shocks. Also all sway bars and a bunch of parts. I'm in the process of getting it all together to sell. PM me if interested. I'm asking 200 shipped for all of it.
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Old 03-09-2011, 02:17 PM   #4098
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If I wouldn't have just bought another 007, I would have bought it LOL
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Old 03-09-2011, 04:53 PM   #4099
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Don't you need another? Lol
It also has the xray aluminum steering knuckles, rear uprights, and caster blocks. Car has never seen asphalt!
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Old 03-10-2011, 07:29 PM   #4100
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Default Does one have to add grease to a fully assembled T2 ball diff?

Just purchased a brand new, fully assembled T2 ball diff for my 007...

Didn't know whether I need to disassemble it for lubing purposes or not.

Also, the instructions stipulate to keep the diff loose for the first few runs to allow the diff to break in...any experience out there for how many runs are necessary for the diff to break in?

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Old 03-12-2011, 06:08 AM   #4101
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I am rebuilding T2 007 and have esc drive shafts for the front,they dont fit through the c carriers,is there a trick to get these things into the car?
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Old 03-12-2011, 06:21 AM   #4102
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I am rebuilding T2 007 and have esc drive shafts for the front,they dont fit through the c carriers,is there a trick to get these things into the car?
You need the newer version of C Hubs, or you have to dremel out the opening.
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Old 03-12-2011, 11:29 AM   #4103
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You need the newer version of C Hubs, or you have to dremel out the opening.
I thought that was the case,the car came spares will have to see if any of them have a larger opening or I will dremel the old ones because I have so many that came with the car......thanks
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I have an old T2 (006) and need some help. It is too loose in the rear, the rear wheels slip too quick on carpet (I run on rubber, same tires front and rear).

I set the following camber: -2.5 rear and -1.5 front.
(I have a T2 008 with the same setup, and it is perfect).

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Hi,
I have an old T2 (006) and need some help. It is too loose in the rear, the rear wheels slip too quick on carpet (I run on rubber, same tires front and rear).

I set the following camber: -2.5 rear and -1.5 front.
(I have a T2 008 with the same setup, and it is perfect).

Any ideas?
Do you have the camber link mount in the lower inner hole? Makes a huge difference.
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Do you have the camber link mount in the lower inner hole? Makes a huge difference.
Yes, lower inner whole. Just checked. Anything else?
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Any reviews on the Exotek chassie for the 007???
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Any reviews on the Exotek chassie for the 007???
My car is together and 100% ready to put on the track! We are having the last race of the winter season at the local track this weekend but I have to work.So I will not get it on the track,but if the car runs as good as it looks then it will be AWSOME!!! I cant wait to see how well it works.....
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Hey guys,


I just bought a used T2 007,


just wondering if I should know anything about set ups, or just facts about the car.





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Old 04-02-2011, 08:38 PM   #4110
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T2007 is still a great car and in the blinky classes still very competitive.
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