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Old 10-29-2007, 02:27 PM   #1
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I currently race an Xray T2007 and have been looking at the Team Magic E4 as my next car. What I was wondering is is there any problems, weak parts that you can tell me and what sort of spares should i pick up at the same time as the car.
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The only part that looks to be weak so far is the front steering hubs as they are very thin. There not reversible either so you will need 2 or 3 packets of them, after that it is just the normal spares - suspension arms, ball cups, rear hubs and belts.

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Of course like all sedans i proper front bumper should be installed before running the car. Kydex is your friend and saves u on broken parts
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The only part that looks to be weak so far is the front steering hubs as they are very thin. There not reversible either so you will need 2 or 3 packets of them, after that it is just the normal spares - suspension arms, ball cups, rear hubs and belts.

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