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Old 09-23-2009, 07:23 AM   #1816
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Old 09-23-2009, 07:59 AM   #1817
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Can anyone tell me where on the xray website i could download a manual for an xray 007 and 008 ?



Also anyone know if the 007 or 008 arms, front and rear hubs, c-hubs, knuckles fit the 009?
Just about all the plastic pieces fit all three cars. Everything you listed will interchange. In fact the 009 EU chassis will fit the 007.(At least the excel spreadsheet I have from RCAmerica says it will) The main differences from 007 to 009 is bulkheads, shocks are a little shorter, and top deck.
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Old 09-24-2009, 12:12 PM   #1818
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Old 09-24-2009, 07:32 PM   #1819
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Any one know if the cyclone wce 169T front belt fits the t2 009, ive heard it might?

also what pulleys does it fit with if it does?

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chensleyrc1: thanks for all the info on the arms and platic pieces from the 007
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it fits with the stock pullys
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Old 09-24-2009, 09:16 PM   #1821
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Just about all the plastic pieces fit all three cars. Everything you listed will interchange. In fact the 009 EU chassis will fit the 007.(At least the excel spreadsheet I have from RCAmerica says it will) The main differences from 007 to 009 is bulkheads, shocks are a little shorter, and top deck.
The 007 arms have different mount location points for the lower shock attachment, and are a 2 place location, the outer tended to rub when running foam tires. 008 and 009 used the same arms, but all will work with the car just don't mix a 007 and a 008/009 as per above.
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i beleve and i could be wrong but the 007 arms are shorter in lenght than the008 arms are. this should give the car more front end grip.
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Old 09-24-2009, 09:54 PM   #1823
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i beleve and i could be wrong but the 007 arms are shorter in lenght than the008 arms are. this should give the car more front end grip.
I'm wrong, the 007 arm outer pin hole is maybe about 1mm shorter that the 008/009, sorry.

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Old 09-24-2009, 10:00 PM   #1824
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I might be wrong, but I have a spreadsheet says they will work. The T2 008/009 arms are listed as a option for 007. I never said they were the same, but they will work.
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I might be wrong, but I have a spreadsheet says they will work. The T2 008/009 arms are listed as a option for 007. I never said they were the same, but they will work.
For sure they will work, like I said you have to change them out in pairs though as the lower shock mount will be whacked from one side to the other.
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The 007 front arms have 2 shock mount positions while the 008/009 has 1. The length of the arm is the same. The width at the arm on the inner pin is narrower on the 008/009 car. So you will need a total of 2mm shimming if you use a 008/009 arm on a 007.

The rear arms on the 007 are narrower and has 2 shock mount locations. Where as the 008/009 only has 1. We normally run the 007 rear arms on the 008/009 foam car not on the EU car.

Both 008/009 front and rear arm shock mount locations is the center between the 2 holes on the 007 arms.
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The 007 front arms have 2 shock mount positions while the 008/009 has 1. The length of the arm is the same. The width at the arm on the inner pin is narrower on the 008/009 car. So you will need a total of 2mm shimming if you use a 008/009 arm on a 007.

The rear arms on the 007 are narrower and has 2 shock mount locations. Where as the 008/009 only has 1. We normally run the 007 rear arms on the 008/009 foam car not on the EU car.

Both 008/009 front and rear arm shock mount locations is the center between the 2 holes on the 007 arms.
I just did a side by side comparison and the center to center pin location on a 007 arm is about 1mm narrower that a 008/009 arm, so a narrower width would be attained if used.
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Sorry, all I did was answer the mans question, he asked if the parts would work, and the answer was yes. But thanks for the details, I'm sure he appreciates it.

And FK, it's not your time or money to waste.
I actually had to look that acronym up.

But yes I do know some racers use the 008/009 arms on the 007 to achieve the middle shock mount location on the arm also. Just one more tuning option alot of racers don't think about.
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Chris you are such an @ss! You are always stirring something up.
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