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Old 11-11-2006, 04:00 PM   #1
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So I bought a 2nd hand T2 X-Ray (sweet)
the car came with light purple springs up front and white springs in the rear.
Thats a start but as for having a real good dialed set up ???? I can't figure on any one .I you can help me out with this, I'm sure a book of set ups please do.
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What kind of surface are you running on? Carpet or pavement? There is a ton of setups if you go to http://forum.teamxray.com/xsheets.php . If your running on carpet, out on the Eastern Coast we run cyan (up front) magentas rear for carpet. We mow em to 58-59mm for a start and go from there. If you use the "baselink setup" its a good starting point. (Found here: http://forum.teamxray.com/xform/inde...ID=34&setup=t2 ) Should get you right on the money. Also if you follow the setup book in the kit (if you have it) gives you great detail about what each adjustment does and how it will affect the car. Great little guide might I add. I also believe there is a gearing chart (64 pitch 116 tooth I think) and a rollout chart for foam tires. (All the way from 60?mm-55?mm) (Only glanced at it, never study it.)

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It was carpet setups I was looking for
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If you want try this. This is what I ran today at a med bite indoor track. Car had a lot of steering, felt a little twitchy. Try it if you want. I would recommend the baselink setup as your first try though. This set up I am posting needs work, it's not perfect.

Edit-- The file I loaded for the pictures sucks. It's too small to show and I can not put anything larger onto the system. If you want the setup e-mail me. If not the baseline setup works fine!
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