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Old 01-20-2004, 01:54 PM   #31
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thanks for the compliment!
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Old 01-20-2004, 01:56 PM   #32
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Old 01-22-2004, 01:01 PM   #33
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pro i am gettimg an xray m18 to run on wed are thinking of getting one!
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Am i thinking of getting one?

I had one for 3 days and I sold it. I dont like them. I have the lexan bodies, specially on micros, they are so cheap looking. I want to get a 12th scale touring Xray when they come out.

we should start that fad
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i want the 18 scale stuff because of the cost and its smaller to haul around.
my 12 scale sponser is making me a carbon fiber chassis for one and i be running it in couple of weeks.
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Hey guys I'm gettin a mini-z mr-02 soon and was wondering what are the main hop-ups needed, I've heard that I need all the ball bearings, x-speed motor and ball diff do guys agree with this.

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Old 01-24-2004, 04:48 AM   #37
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where can i find the epoch thingys
You can buy them from tinyrc.com (sorry for posting a link to another forum), they have a forum for nearly every small rc car on the market. If you do get an epoch upgrade to 4 cells, they come stock with 3 cells but with 4 the speed will be more then ample.
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Who has the Lambo body for the Enzo kits? I can't find one. I recently got a Enzo, and have to get the rear in check. I want to put in a ball diff, better shock, better body, & aluminum motor pod, but I'm not sure which parts are the best or interchangeable. Especially those H-plates, or t-plates, or whatever they are!!!
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I see the 3racing stuff..it looks nice, but it's kind of expensive. How's the quality/performance?
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Hey guys I'm gettin a mini-z mr-02 soon and was wondering what are the main hop-ups needed, I've heard that I need all the ball bearings, x-speed motor and ball diff do guys agree with this.
depending on the track u wont even need a ball diff, =)
so what said is pretty true, Mr02 run better tan hoppedup mr1
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Thanx Profoxcg for the reply another quick question regarding the x-speed motor would I need to do anything to the speed contoller would I have to change it to a bigger one or will the standard one handle it, as you may have noticed I race nitro so I don't a clue when it comes to speed contollers, motor etc.

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hi, no changes needed to the ESC. xspeed is very fast. the only motors the need turbos are the pn so1-3 and there are some others. but xspeed is pretty fast with righ gear.

i am just getting into nitro, in am putting 2gether my 710... i cant wait to run it.
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