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Old 01-07-2009, 12:03 AM   #331
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Hey guys, is the 009 much better than the HB Cyclone?
i like mine better then my cyclone TC it felt easyer to drive and more stable and easyer to setup .
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Old 01-07-2009, 03:02 AM   #332
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The best that Xray has to offer to the drivers is the quality of their product, you will only need to by the car, it would not have to spend money with optional parts, and it would not have to need to have spare parts because it has extreme high quality in the materials.

The best of it will be seen afther one moth of practise, your car will still be the same, no need to change any parts, because the high quality everything will be still running, so afther all you have save money, and it is a car that you can learn about driving because you can stay focus on it because every run all mecanic parts still run the same as new.

Ofcourse you can prefer good looking, or have the same car as your friend, or a different drive styling of other brands, but if you are a new driver and want to stay focus on driving and same money on spare parts and aditional parts ( i understand that it is the little new parts that we like to have and put it on the car, but safe that money and use it on new tyres to practise), you should get one X....
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Old 01-07-2009, 10:01 AM   #333
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Hey All,
Just putting my 009 EU together and as I have yet to run rubber tires on carpet I wanted to know a good starting rollout with rubber on a medium sized carpet track with a Co27 motor.
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Old 01-07-2009, 03:22 PM   #334
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Can you guys give me a tip on gettin the dampening set on the shocks I have followed the instructions and the thin washer keeps poppin out when I release the bottom nut......By the way I am using the aluminum shocks...
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Old 01-07-2009, 03:46 PM   #335
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Old 01-08-2009, 11:41 PM   #336
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Thanks guys! Just ordered my 009 at my LHS.

Will be running the 17.5. Any suggestions for pinion and spur?
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Old 01-08-2009, 11:52 PM   #337
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I've been ussing 100/47 which is 3.6 works fine for mee
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I've been ussing 100/47 which is 3.6 works fine for mee
how about 13.5 ? i ran 100/37 car was fast but motor came out @156 degrees .
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Old 01-09-2009, 08:37 AM   #340
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anyone knows where to get a Black version T2 009?

Or we still have to wait?

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how about 13.5 ? i ran 100/37 car was fast but motor came out @156 degrees .
I've been running 100/38 for 13.5 and temps were 115-120, 37 should'nt be much of a difference though. I'm also running a one-way/multidiff too so I have to be smoother on and off the throttle. Don't know if that makes a difference or not
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anyone knows where to get a Black version T2 009?

Or we still have to wait?

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They are all Orange at the moment.
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Hey DAMON,
Where did you get that lipo plate from? Also,when using the lipo plate,can you use the tape for the battery?
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Where did you get that lipo plate from? Also,when using the lipo plate,can you use the tape for the battery?
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I am also wondering this.
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I am also wondering this.
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Hey Karl, just use the Specialized RC one for the T2 008/009. www.corallyusa.com

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