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Old 12-29-2003, 09:18 AM
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Hey all,

As many of the commercial users of this site know I am a Distributer of raw GP3300 cells. In the past I have also been known to make some pretty trick milled TC3 chassis.

I am now a Warpspeed Racing driver and from that association I am introducing two new products that are (like my milled Tc3 chassis) intended to raise the performance level of your XRay evo2/Raycer and/or your Yokomo SD racing cars. In other words-lower your lap times!!

The two new chassis conversion kits will be made from the same ultra-stiff high quality carbon fiber sheet as the Warpspeed Demon cars.

The kits are all special order for now and will come like this:

XRay Evo2 and Raycer Conversion consists of an ultra stiff- lightweight 3mm Ice Blue chassis and Ice BLue 3mm topdeck (solid). They are a direct fit for the Xray evo2 and Raycer. There is no comparison between the stock set-up and the Warpspeed conversion in terms of flex.

You can also purchase the Xray Evo2 3mm solid top deck by itself in Ice Blue or Black.

Yokomo SD Conversion information is coming soon.

It is very important to understand that these conversions are custom order and only a few kits will be in inventory at any time. So expect about a two week turnaround on orders. If they are very popular-expect same day shipping on orders in time.

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Old 12-29-2003, 09:29 AM
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Ray, e-mail me some pricing info on the x-ray stuff please.

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Heres a picture of the Ice Blue Warpspeed Xray.

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Heres another pic.

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nicely done ray
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When will you have info about the SD chasis?
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protc3-thanks-but I am just the happy dsitributer!!

INtermission-Today!!
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Will the SD chassis be BSG, or regular Graphite?
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Originally posted by Randman
Will the SD chassis be BSG, or regular Graphite?
What do you think everyone wants? I can do both.
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Originally posted by rayhuang
What do you think everyone wants? I can do both.
I know I want red surface, but regular graphite will work
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Ray,

I notice the chassis does not have the extra holes for mounting the antenna in different locations nor do I see mounting holes for the balancing weights. Will those holes be available?

Also what is the price going to be for this?

Thanks,
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Ray how much will the 3mm black upper deck be for the Xray? Or did I miss where you posted the prices?

Assuming it's a reasonable price, put me down for one.
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Originally posted by CRASH
Ray,

I notice the chassis does not have the extra holes for mounting the antenna in different locations nor do I see mounting holes for the balancing weights. Will those holes be available?

Also what is the price going to be for this?

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I will look into the balancing weight holes and antenna mount holes for you. GIve me a day to answer.

Price is almost set. Expect $100 range on chassis and top deck (same for SD).

Top deck for the Xray is also almost set as well. Expect around $35.00.

Add shipping on both!!!

Thanks everyone,
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Balancing weight holes are down the center of the Xray chassis. None on the side. Also-the antenna holes is on the front left only as well. HOpe that helps to clarify things.

Also-on the Yokomo SD - The chassis is 3mm and the top deck is a solid 3mm!!! NO cut-outs!!

The only complaint I hear about the SD and Xrays is that they are just too darn flexible. Not anymore!!! And-I am proud to say-these "exotic hop-up parts" are made right here in the good-ole USA-baby!!!
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Will the SD chassis have optional holes to mount the servo ala Evo3 or TC3?
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