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Old 04-16-2007, 01:53 AM
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Finished Russian National winter championships with good win of X-Ray t2'007 in modified sedan classs.

But in stock three wins in a row made prototype car with really fantastic design which is unlike the "classic" touring car design with really sensation low CG - the height of the car (the top point) is 28mm high (without motor), the brand new transmission.

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both dampers are looks so you have never seen that type of design before )))
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Cool........Pictures?...........What?
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Unfortunately I was not allowed to take a picture )) but will try to found some pics to show )
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what company was the prototype car from xray ?
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Here is the picture.
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what company was the prototype car from xray ?
That is not current brand - it is new one.
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i was see, and prototype is fast as running speed in corner.
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shaft drive??!

looks a bit fragile and flexible to me?!? also what is going on with those cells?
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Originally Posted by chris_blakey
shaft drive??!

looks a bit fragile and flexible to me?!? also what is going on with those cells?
it has only one broken part for 3 rounds of nationals, and the chassis is not flexible.
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car has wheels but different, as something, i vague

Wow this thing must be top secret. Perhaps you should strike up a conversation with RC MARKET.
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It actually looks interesting from what I can see in this small picture.

it looks like a 5 cell configuration following the EFRA rules, and the motor is positioned like the current belt drive cars, but the spur gear looks to be vertical to the chassis, like a shaft drive car.

If better photos can be posted it would be helpfull.
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is that a new xray?
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Looks like a belt-drive motor position, with a shaft-drive drive train. Interesting design. 100% need special spur/pinon.

More interesting, is that a laydown damper through damper rod? Or something else?
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