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Old 01-05-2004, 10:37 AM   #1
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Default Yokomo T-Max RSL vs LT (23 Stock) ?

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Whats the difference between

* Team Zero T-Max Rebuildable Stock 23 Ray-down RSL
* Team Zero T-Max Rebuildable Stock 23 LT

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RSL is the earlier generation Lay-down stock.
LT is the newer one,optimised for torque.
get the LT,it's a real monster.
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Is this correct


RST = High rpm
RSL = Rpm/Torque
RSR = High torque

LT = also high torque



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RST-Rebuildable Stock Torque based.
RSR-Rebuildable Stock RPM based.Speed.
RSL-Rebuildable stock Laydown.At the time of release there was only this , so no torque/speed tuned yet.

a few months later.

LT-Laydown Torque.
LR-Laydown speed.
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