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Old 07-25-2008, 01:10 PM   #1321
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1.6 front 1.4 rear antiroll bar mate
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Old 07-25-2008, 01:29 PM   #1322
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1.6 front 1.4 rear antiroll bar mate
also F 1.4 & R 1.2mm
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Old 07-25-2008, 07:10 PM   #1323
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1.6 front 1.4 rear antiroll bar mate
that info from eu retail box
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Old 07-26-2008, 10:02 PM   #1324
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hey guys, im after a titanium screw kit (or aluminium if I cant get titanium). It has absolutely nothing to do with weight, I just like the look better. Call me vain but I cant help it!

Anybody know where I can source any? Good brands etc?

Helps much appreciated!!!!
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Old 07-27-2008, 05:25 AM   #1325
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You can have some silver alloy ones from rcmarket ...
alloy ones way cheaper and lighter than titanium ones
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Old 07-27-2008, 06:05 AM   #1326
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I've not seen a Titanium screw kit for Xray cars. You will have to piece one together.
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Old 07-27-2008, 09:21 AM   #1327
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hi dudes
I'm looking for your opinions about new asphalt upper deck does it worth to buy or not???
is that really improve overall grip?
I usually race on low grip carpet with rubber tyres...
new design looks like 416 topdeck near front bulkhead and we all know 416 works really good on carpet
thanx in advance
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Old 07-28-2008, 09:13 AM   #1328
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I have only been racing offroad for a few years now. I did buy the first T2 at release, but very short lived.

I am planning on a car for asphalt racing. The best I can tell, I should buy the EU edition correct?

If I wanted to run rubber on carpet, would I just need the topdeck, and springs?

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I have only been racing offroad for a few years now. I did buy the first T2 at release, but very short lived.

I am planning on a car for asphalt racing. The best I can tell, I should buy the EU edition correct?

If I wanted to run rubber on carpet, would I just need the topdeck, and springs?

Thanks!

Yes, EU for asphalt and carpet rubber. If you are going to run 5 cells, you'll need a 5 cell chassis, too.
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hi dudes
I'm looking for your opinions about new asphalt upper deck does it worth to buy or not???
is that really improve overall grip?
I usually race on low grip carpet with rubber tyres...
new design looks like 416 topdeck near front bulkhead and we all know 416 works really good on carpet
thanx in advance
The optional top deck definitely creates more grip. If you are running in low grip circumstances I would highly recommend it.
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Old 07-28-2008, 10:03 AM   #1331
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Thanx Mate
I've put it on order ,hopefully tuesday night I will have a chance to try it on low grip Carpet...
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OK....

What is better...Using the asphalt upper deck to get more grip, or removing screws in the chassis to get more flex? Is one more consistant than the other?


I drive on a low to medium grip carpet track also and was thinking about the new upper deck too.
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Yes, EU for asphalt and carpet rubber. If you are going to run 5 cells, you'll need a 5 cell chassis, too.

Well I'll pm you my address and you can send me one big money!!!

How's it going J?
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Hey do you guys all run ceramic bearings or do you stick w/stock? I never thought much about it. Are the stock shocks 4-step aluminum or plastic cause I thought the 007 came w/4step aluminum,just wandering cause I saw alominum bodies for sale...
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Need a little favor please.

I have EU spec with the updated pulleys. I'm running the USVTA series and needed a FDR of 4.2-4.3. Well that required a 34 pinion with the stock 84 spur 48 pitch- which doesn't fit.

Does anyone have 100 or 101 64 pitch spur that would post the diameter so I know it this will work without modification.
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