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Old 04-03-2009, 01:05 PM   #661
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So what do people tend to do? Does the thrust assembly just last forever then? (I know what the thrust assembly is, as I have built many diffs in my cars, but I admit I don't know what thrusts do)

Anymore information out there on why a "special" tool is required?
I have these and they work best of all I have tried. http://www.nexusracing.com/product_i...roducts_id=512
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Old 04-03-2009, 01:07 PM   #662
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I ran my 009 in stock at the ROAR Nationals with a 96 spur and 47. and 2.21" tires.
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Old 04-03-2009, 03:55 PM   #663
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Outdoors I would say 104 spur with 40~52 pinion size depending on track size, esc, and type of 17.5.
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Old 04-03-2009, 09:07 PM   #664
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Anybody has a set-up for outdoor low grip tight layout thanks in advance
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Old 04-03-2009, 10:08 PM   #665
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I'll let ya know after tomorrow.. hehe
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I guess it would depend on how much the tool is. I have NO problem spending hour after hour tinkering and re-building things on my RC cars, locked away in a room rocking out to some music

Anybody have a link to this "tool"??? Are directions for rebuilding the thrust in the assembly book? (haven't opened mine yet)
currently out of stock but they should have them in stock in a month or so

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Old 04-04-2009, 10:59 PM   #667
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Question for you guys, I was wondering if the following parts are identical on all the T2 cars? I am shopping for spare parts on stormer hobbies and most of the parts are listed for "T2" with no year spec in the title. Would these items be a good list of things that might break first out on the track? Anything else you might recommend picking up before race day? If the generic "T2" parts found on stormerhobbies will NOT fit the 009, where do you recommend I pick up the parts?

1) rear suspension arms
2) front suspension arms
3) steering blocks
4) C-hubs
5) hub carriers
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Arms were revised for the 008.
Steering blocks have been the same for a long time, maybe since the T2 came out.
C-hubs were revised for the 008.
Hub carriers have been the same for a long time, maybe since the T2 came out.

The thing with the revised parts, is that I have to imagine Stormer only has the newer style.

Oh, and for spare parts, make sure you have a good supply of both 4deg and 6deg C-hubs, plus steering blocks. I find those to be the most prone to breaking.
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currently out of stock but they should have them in stock in a month or so

http://www.nexusracing.com/product_i...roducts_id=512
Unfortunately, I don't think Integy realizes how much us Xray guys love this tool, because they have not had any supplies of them for a while. Hopefully they get more in soon.
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Question for you guys, I was wondering if the following parts are identical on all the T2 cars? I am shopping for spare parts on stormer hobbies and most of the parts are listed for "T2" with no year spec in the title. Would these items be a good list of things that might break first out on the track? Anything else you might recommend picking up before race day? If the generic "T2" parts found on stormerhobbies will NOT fit the 009, where do you recommend I pick up the parts?

1) rear suspension arms
2) front suspension arms
3) steering blocks
4) C-hubs
5) hub carriers
See the Xray parts cross reference table:
http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/sho...p?file_id=3202
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Unfortunately, I don't think Integy realizes how much us Xray guys love this tool, because they have not had any supplies of them for a while. Hopefully they get more in soon.


wow...glad I bought mine from you guys last year.....


one thing I've learned in RC racing in the past 15 years...when you see something you want, like a tool or a part....BUY IT!!!...


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See the Xray parts cross reference table:
http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/sho...p?file_id=3202
hhmm.. linkey no workey...
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hhmm.. linkey no workey...
Linkey workey for me. It prompts you to download a PDF with the cross reference table.

Or go here and look for it:
http://forum.teamxray.com/viewtopic.php?t=2872
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Linkey workey for me. It prompts you to download a PDF with the cross reference table.

Or go here and look for it:
http://forum.teamxray.com/viewtopic.php?t=2872
works for me now, thanks. The entire teamxray.com website was down earlier when i first tried.
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Does HPI dumper springs fits on xray t2009? (cyclone TC springs)
size 14mmX25mm


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