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Old 07-25-2003, 09:25 AM   #16
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it would be cool to see xray go into a new direction ie offroad But it takes alot of money to support a car team etc. So I think its gonna be a shaft or a single belt car. they have had 3 cars in the last 2.5years so???

On the other side seems strange to kill off the evo series already after the release of the t1r.

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can sombody post pictures from the movie clip so we can have somthing to stare at?

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Old 07-25-2003, 09:26 AM   #17
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a 1/18th scale maybe...??
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Old 07-25-2003, 09:28 AM   #18
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yeah cool 1/8 scale
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well Its gotta be somthing that can be reced competitvely right?
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Maybe it's a snow mobile or nitro v-hull boat?!?
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Old 07-25-2003, 09:31 AM   #21
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if you look at the 3d drawings that pop up in the animation, the dogbones look very similar to the ones used on 1/18 micros, i'll bet it is an xray micro!!
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I just cant find the pics you guys are talking about, anyone have a link?
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I just cant find the pics you guys are talking about, anyone have a link?
go to xray site and start the flash animation, there's 3 pics in the animation (they are 3d drawings)
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Old 07-25-2003, 09:34 AM   #24
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aah, just found the video. I say the nitro touring market has another car on their hands

That is definately not offroad, and definately not a pan car. The technology used there screams nitro sedan
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Now the only question that baffles me, is why would they put out something to compete with Serpent...
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The arms and UJs look big compared to the wheel. Look at the size of the screw head compared to the wheel!!

I'm thinking it's a micro car.
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i doubt that it's a nitro (direct comp with serpent) and i doubt that it's a shaft car (too many parts that would not be compatible with regular t1's) , MICRO i say!!!
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It's the new 4wd F1 car to compete with Tamiya's F201.
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good thought zombies! that would be cool. Another look Take a look at the dogbones the look short hard to tell but the 1/18 micro is a good bet.
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They said it wasn't a touring car.

I am betting 4wd off road... Something to spank the xxxs
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