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Old 02-10-2009, 08:38 PM   #511
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Just wanted to share a little about my first experience with the optional ECS driveshafts for the 008/009. I got an opportunity to test them last weekend, on a small, tight, high bite, indoor asphalt track, with spool/rubber tires. As expected (and hoped), the new ECS provided more initial turn in, more steering overall and more corner speed. They also reduced the spool chatter at full lock/throw. I know these things are expensive (nearly $100 US retail for the pair?!), but I highly recommend them if you're a serious racer. I don't think you'll be disappointed.
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Just wanted to share a little about my first experience with the optional ECS driveshafts for the 008/009. I got an opportunity to test them last weekend, on a small, tight, high bite, indoor asphalt track, with spool/rubber tires. As expected (and hoped), the new ECS provided more initial turn in, more steering overall and more corner speed. They also reduced the spool chatter at full lock/throw. I know these things are expensive (nearly $100 US retail for the pair?!), but I highly recommend them if you're a serious racer. I don't think you'll be disappointed.
Third time asking might be a charm

Did you get the 52mm? If so does anyone know who has some in stock?

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Third time asking might be a charm

Did you get the 52mm? If so does anyone know who has some in stock?

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I got the 52mm pair a couple months ago from http://www.rc-cars24.com

I believe they are located out fo Austria and the order came to Canada within 2 weeks.
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Just wanted to share a little about my first experience with the optional ECS driveshafts for the 008/009. I got an opportunity to test them last weekend, on a small, tight, high bite, indoor asphalt track, with spool/rubber tires. As expected (and hoped), the new ECS provided more initial turn in, more steering overall and more corner speed. They also reduced the spool chatter at full lock/throw. I know these things are expensive (nearly $100 US retail for the pair?!), but I highly recommend them if you're a serious racer. I don't think you'll be disappointed.
For that price they better fly Pauly out to club races to rebuild them between heats....
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I run the 50mm driveshafts on my asphalt car when the track is high bite...You might want to check Nexus Racing for the parts you're needing:


http://www.nexusracing.com/index.php...sort=7a&page=2
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Old 02-14-2009, 01:48 AM   #516
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Hi,

I just finish building my Xray T2 009 EU Edition; plan to run on asphalt. I got the Hudy 1/10 All in one on order.

I will use 2S IP 3800 35C with a Tekin RS PRO.

Just wondering what gear/spur could I go for if I plan to use :

- LRP 9.5T STOCK Motor
- Tekin Redline 6.5T Motor

The track where I will go is :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HWMliwBi_Rg

Thanks a lot for the help,

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Hi,

I just finish building my Xray T2 009 EU Edition; plan to run on asphalt. I got the Hudy 1/10 All in one on order.

I will use 2S IP 3800 35C with a Tekin RS PRO.

Just wondering what gear/spur could I go for if I plan to use :

- LRP 9.5T STOCK Motor
- Tekin Redline 6.5T Motor

The track where I will go is :

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HWMliwBi_Rg

Thanks a lot for the help,

Cédric
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The cameraman makes me sick... ooof...

Too much zooming in, blur, shaking... *hurl*


I don't know him just wanting to give you a rough idea of the track

anyone could help on the pinion/spur ?

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Hey Guys, Does anyone know were i can get an ashphalt top deck from? Everywere i look, they are out of stock.

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Did you get the 52mm? If so does anyone know who has some in stock?

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Hi,

I'm running a 84 SPUR on a t2 eu 009 with rubber tyres.

How can I know the good FDR in order to choose the pinion size depending on the number of turns of my motor ?

I plan to go for a 9.5T stock LRP and 6.5T Tekin Redline series

Many thanks

Cédric

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Would anyone know when Multi-Diffs will be available? I noticed a lot of places have them sold out and out of stock. Same with the regular axles that come in the T2'008 kits since they are much more durable.
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Would anyone know when Multi-Diffs will be available? I noticed a lot of places have them sold out and out of stock. Same with the regular axles that come in the T2'008 kits since they are much more durable.
I bought a 007 multi diff and ordered the 008 multi diff interior and swapped them works perfect...
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Hi,

I'm running a 84 SPUR on a t2 eu 009 with rubber tyres.

How can I know the good FDR in order to choose the pinion size depending on the number of turns of my motor ?

I plan to go for a 9.5T stock LRP and 6.5T Tekin Redline series

Many thanks

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