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Old 06-30-2008, 10:24 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by shadow102 View Post

and XH parts?
XH = extra hard

XH is used on the foam spec, where hard or medium is used on the EU. This refers to the plastic parts such as arms.
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Is the 007 Lipo friendly? May be getting back into the on road scene and am getting some info about cars.


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Is the 007 Lipo friendly? May be getting back into the on road scene and am getting some info about cars.


The '007 is LiPo compatible to a point. You have to be willing to trim the rear bulkhead a little, or trim the casing on your LiPo with a notch to fit the rear bulkhead into the battery.

Otherwise, for a LiPo to fit in a '007 with ZERO modifications, you have to get a very low profile LiPo, like the MaxAmps 3000mah LiPo. It is only 12mm tall, and will fit/clear the rounded edge on the rear bulkhead, originally designed to follow the curve/profile of a sub-C cell.
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Korey had I known I would have shown you my 007 EU car that I had in my box, I could have shown you the differences between the T2 and the 007 cars. I was thinking of doing the same thing but my car is working good so I didn't think I would be gaining anything by "converting" my car to a full blown 007 EU edition. Part support is good with the XRAY so you won't miss a lap because of a broken part where we race.
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Like all the others are saying... Just go for the gusto and get the EU. Fooling with conversions will only end up costing you more money than its worth. I may have a deal you would want to look into. Check your PM's
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