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Old 05-02-2010, 11:46 AM   #2341
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I'm saying that if you have the money and you are one the fast guys at your track, you might want to consider the T3. Otherwise, do the T2R Pro.

Xray comes out with a new car every year and next year I think we will see a lipo-only chassis which might be something to look into more deeply. The chassis could be much like the Exotec or others. It might be a good idea to hold off on the latest and greatest for now.

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I have been told by many guys at my local track tell me that the 009 and new t2r pro are better than the t3 but i think its because of the surface type
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Anybody know the size of the balls that are used in the THRUST bearing in the 09 diff?
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Old 05-13-2010, 04:42 PM   #2343
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Who makes a good aftermarket chassis for the 009
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Exotek makes a fairly nice one.
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Old 05-14-2010, 09:16 AM   #2345
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Does anyone know of a good web page that sells xray parts?

I need part: 305005 or 305000, 305001, 305002.

I got a T1.
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Anybody know the size of the balls that are used in the THRUST bearing in the 09 diff?
You mean the ball bearings for the 009 diff? It is 2.4mm.
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http://www.nexusracing.com

They don't stock T1 parts but call them or email them and they probably can help you out - they are good people.
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Hey Dane,

thanks alot for the answers and the great info. i was looking at the T2R Pro and it seems like a very nice car too. why i prefer the 009 is because of the orange aluminum parts
so, you are sayin, if i have the money, i should buy the T3? if on a budjet, i should get a brand new T2R Pro.

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The T2R Pro is a very good race chassis on a budget. If you intend to get this, just spare a couple of dollars more an invest in the anti roll bars and turn buckles. I am running both the T2 009 and the T2R, performance wise hard to tell the difference.
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You mean the ball bearings for the 009 diff? It is 2.4mm.
Im looking for the diffs. complete as i only have a multi diff front.

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http://www.nexusracing.com

They don't stock T1 parts but call them or email them and they probably can help you out - they are good people.

thanks but they were actually stiff on prices since they are located in US.
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You mean the ball bearings for the 009 diff? It is 2.4mm.
No.. the thrust bearing.
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No.. the thrust bearing.
I see. Can't be sure then since I never open the thrust bearing seal.
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I see. Can't be sure then since I never open the thrust bearing seal.
What? You should... it needs to be cleaned and regreased periodically.
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Have any of you guys swaped your gears to the 38tooth setup for the internal ratio of 1.9. does this help the car at all??
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Have any of you guys swaped your gears to the 38tooth setup for the internal ratio of 1.9. does this help the car at all??
I use them in my car and they are great. They give the drive train a little more response to me anyways.
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What? You should... it needs to be cleaned and regreased periodically.
Thanks for the advise. Will look into in during my next overhaul.
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