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Old 02-04-2009, 09:36 PM   #61
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Anyone know what the front end spacing is on the x-ray?
Yea, I do, it's 200mm shy of interesting....
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Old 02-04-2009, 09:56 PM   #62
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Anyone know what the front end spacing is on the x-ray? Is it small metric screws like the new AE or is it the larger 8-32 metric equivalent like the older AE's.
Andrew - It's small metric like the new AE...spacing is different from old skool 8-32 and the AE cars.
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Old 02-04-2009, 09:59 PM   #63
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After seeing the picture my old car looks new again. Actually it looks like they coppied parts of my old Bolink Scorpion.I think I'll just wait and get the copy they copied - Corally or possibly a Darkside. I'm running mine presently with a 3.7 lipo and 13.5.
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Old 02-04-2009, 10:29 PM   #64
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Oh my...

I think my Tamiya F103 15th anniversary looks even sweeter thought its a very old design...
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Old 02-05-2009, 04:51 AM   #65
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http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/new...kategoria=1771

there is pivotball mounting mentioned. I hope that it should be similar to Asso .... I'd like to use lipols...

• Unique T-bar mounting methods allow for two different settings:
o Club race setting – direct mounting of T-bar to chassis without front pivotball gives limited adjustment possibilities (recommended for beginner drivers)
o Pro race setting – pivotball mounting of T-bar to chassis for more advanced adjustment possibilities (recommended for advanced drivers)
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Old 02-05-2009, 06:00 AM   #66
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there is pivotball mounting mentioned. I hope that it should be similar to Asso .... I'd like to use lipols...

Unique T-bar mounting methods allow for two different settings:
o Club race setting direct mounting of T-bar to chassis without front pivotball gives limited adjustment possibilities (recommended for beginner drivers)
o Pro race setting pivotball mounting of T-bar to chassis for more advanced adjustment possibilities (recommended for advanced drivers)
heh, so they're essentially saying its got tweak screws... but wait!! ..they are optimized for club or pro level racers :P
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I can't believe no one has bothered to mention the classic "world-famous top-secret Hudy Spring Steel(TM)" and "XRAY's exclusive secret blend of plastic".

Apparently the "world-famous top-secret Hudy Spring Steel" is just like ordinary spring steel with a bit of optimization thrown in the mix!

After reading this thread i gotto say I'm feeling a little OPTIMIZED.
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Old 02-05-2009, 06:51 AM   #68
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even the name of it is boring.

At least "XII" was like "12" in roman digits...

but "X10" ?

They should have called it the "X" !!

And they did it again ! KO brushed ESC with LRP BL motor !

I strongly agree with the fact that the 15th anniversary f103 is much more interesting than...this.

I'll stick with my 10L3T !!!!
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Old 02-05-2009, 06:52 AM   #69
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Oh geez, this thread grew quite massively in one day!

I think we have killed Xray's "luxurious" ego quite a bit with this thread. Eh, suites them right with something like that.

Anyone wager what the "optimized" price will be?
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This car is like a "retro" or "throwback" sports jersey for the RC car enthusiast
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Now we have Hudy optimised brushes, perfect for placing an optimum paint coating on your pit table.
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Now we have Hudy optimised brushes, perfect for placing an optimum paint coating on your pit table.




You've GOT to be kidding me.



You know I really like my 008/009...I have bragged on how nice the car is and it's quality. But now I am feeling a little embarrassed about how much I've liked Xray I started this thread because I hoped to get a WGT car soon and hoped this would be the ticket...but...

But for Xray's sake I hope this car is blazing fast...
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http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/new...Pan%20Car%20GT

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The exciting world of 200mm 1:10 GT racing… synonymous with “speed,” “precision,” and “champions.” The ideal class for XRAY to unveil its latest engineering masterpiece: the XRAY X10 “GT version.”
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Optimized/optimally/optimal: 6
Precision: 12
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I almost suffered an "optimized" concussion from laughing so "luxuriously" hard after reading these in the "Main Features" of the car:

Legendary XRAY premium design, workmanship & material quality and unmatched attention to the finest details
• Based on the conventional and proven pan car platform with redesign by legendary RC designer and XRAY’s award-winning Chief Designer - Ing. Hudy Juraj
• Simple yet effective and proven design, well thought-out details, unmatched precision of all small details
• Specially designed and optimized for brushless and brushed motors
High-competition design with focus on ultra-low weight, resulting in super-lightweight construction.



I need to change my pants now!
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