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Old 08-25-2003, 11:23 PM   #226
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Old 08-26-2003, 06:10 AM   #227
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thx, juz saw tat but nnick said he saw a blue anodised version (custom or upcoming product?)
I saw two cars. One belongs to a Swedish guy and the other it is Hudy's!

I've been informed that they will launch it on December. It won't be a new kit (maybe they will not have the pivot ball suspension on it anymore but with alu body posts and blue rings!)


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Old 08-26-2003, 11:40 AM   #228
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Does the mini T1 come with a body?
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Old 08-26-2003, 11:45 AM   #229
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Does the mini T1 come with a body?
good question
x-ray doesn't make bodies, but perhaps serpent does...
don't think Yokomo will do the body maker for them!
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Old 08-26-2003, 11:50 AM   #230
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Does the mini T1 come with a body?

None of the Xray kits come with body...the YOK 1/12 stratus will definately fit...
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Old 08-26-2003, 12:07 PM   #231
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I'm still looking for an explanation to the 'sneek-peek' pics from the X-Ray site...They look nothing like this 1/12 tourer that has been revealed...

lets not forget why this threadd originally started....(or did i miss something)..
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Old 09-01-2003, 09:36 PM   #232
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The 1/12 XRay Mini Touring Car is on MyTSN with all the details and pics! Check it out: http://www.mytsn.com/products/desc.asp?prid=3289

Make sure you scroll to the bottom and check out the side by side comparison of the Evo2 and the T1 Mini. It's awesome how it uses NORMAL SIZED touring car wheels! Also make sure to click on image gallery.

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This mini touring car is a “scaled-down” version of the successful T1 touring car and includes all the greatest features of the T1 family. The T1 Mini features a scaled-down versions of the graphite chassis, graphite top deck, front and rear graphite shock towers, graphite battery holder, upper links, along with narrowed double wishbone suspension, shortened drive shafts, and shorter front drive belt. The T1 Mini accommodates all standard option parts and spare parts available for the entire T1 family.

The T1 Mini is designed to accommodate a 4-cell battery pack. This Mini Touring car is a great car for fun racing, it is much easier to drive than standard touring cars, it is much more affordable, and motor wear is reduced but the performance is outstanding!

Take a break from the highly competitive touring car class and enjoy a lot of fun with racing this great mini touring car!

New features:
• new 4-cell graphite chassis
• new shortened flexible top deck (graphite)
• new front and rear shock towers (graphite)
• new shortened battery holder (graphite)
• new shortened upper links (Hudy Spring Steel™)
• new front and rear shortened suspension arms
• new shortened drive shafts made (Hudy Spring Steel™)
• new shortened front drive belt

Main Features:
• based on the extremely successful T1 concept
• extremely easy to build and fun to race
• pure design, long life, ultra-stiff chassis
• very easy assembly/disassembly and maintenance
• fully independent, fully adjustable suspension
• efficient 2-belt, 4-wheel driver system with low CG
• fully adjustable wheelbase (9mm range)
• fully ball-bearing equipped (22 ball-bearings)
• CNC-machined lightweight graphite chassis, upper deck, shock towers, battery strap
• camber links optimized for perfect roll moment
• CNC-machined T6 duraluminum bulkheads with belt tightness adjustment
• ball-bearing supported center-point steering with built-in dual Ackermann servo saver
• unique 4-step externally adjustable XRAY racing shocks with adjustable and non-adjustable keyed pistons
• lightweight, externally adjustable, long wear ball differentials (heat treated and hardcoated) with Labyrinth Dust Covers™
• rebuildable universal drive shafts made from special world renowned top-secret self-developed HUDY SPRING STEEL with low-friction drive clips and integrated ultra-true hex hubs (heat treated and hardcoated)
• exclusive high-tensile transmission parts handmade from special world-renowned top-secret self-developed HUDY SPRING STEEL
• simplified C-hub composite c-hub suspension
• axial ball-bearings for differential with larger balls for smoother operation of the diff
• Starburst Wheels formulated from tough plastic composite

Adjustment possibilities:
• fully adjustable front and rear suspension geometry: caster, camber, toe-in, anti-dive, anti-squat, ride height, downstop, track width, roll center, wheelbase (9mm range)
• externally adjustable front and rear ball differentials
• adjustable bulkheads for belt tightness control
• adjustable spring steel turnbuckles (steering and upper links)
• multiple upper and lower shock mounting locations for front and rear
• externally adjustable racing shocks (4-step)
• pre-drilled chassis centerline holes for chassis balancing
• adjustable front and rear anti-roll bars (optional)

Comparison of the standard T1 EVO2 vs. T1 Mini
The Mini touring car will accept standard touring car wheels and tires, standard batteries and electronics, any standard electric motor.

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Old 09-01-2003, 09:40 PM   #233
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Thanks Accord, good to see you can set it up with 4 cell saddles instead of the 4 cells on one side like in the initial pic.

So what do you say, how about some 10 turn, 8 cells, 10min carpet racing, on foams of course.
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Aww, its a cute litte mini-evo.

Now-Mini TC3's and mini XXX-S's

NOW!!!
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Thanks Accord, good to see you can set it up with 4 cell saddles instead of the 4 cells on one side like in the initial pic.

So what do you say, how about some 10 turn, 8 cells, 10min carpet racing, on foams of course.
Sounds great .

Check this picture out:

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Old 09-02-2003, 03:30 PM   #236
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Wow ... Just about the same Dimensions as the HPI mini. I wonder if the bodies will fit.

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Old 09-02-2003, 03:39 PM   #237
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anyone have any ideas yet on pricing? I was just thinking of buying the yok when this came up. I'm thinking about waiting now.
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Old 09-02-2003, 03:39 PM   #238
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You really need the smaller radio gear for it to fit in dont you.
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Old 09-02-2003, 04:21 PM   #239
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No, if you place the reciever on the servo then you can probably fit all exsisting speedos on the chassi
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Old 09-02-2003, 04:25 PM   #240
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Looks to me like GT7 and a XXL receiver should fit just fine.
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