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Old 09-21-2009, 06:55 AM   #61
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Anyone know where I can find some setups for high bite carpet. Maybe some setups that were run at iic? Any help would be wonderful! Thanks!!
There are some setups in the tech section of the website, located here

http://www.teamcrc.com/crc/modules.p...showpage&pid=7

There are no new setups for the Gen-XL yet but I'm sure there will be soon. I think about the only thing they did different was go down a step on the center spring because of the lighter lipo packs.

Keep an eye on the website cause I'm sure Vegas setups will be going on there pretty soon.
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When are these supposed to ship out and be generally available?

I am in the market for a 12th scale and the CRC is one of the more popular cars at my local track.
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Old 09-21-2009, 01:23 PM   #63
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There are some setups in the tech section of the website, located here

http://www.teamcrc.com/crc/modules.p...showpage&pid=7

There are no new setups for the Gen-XL yet but I'm sure there will be soon. I think about the only thing they did different was go down a step on the center spring because of the lighter lipo packs.

Keep an eye on the website cause I'm sure Vegas setups will be going on there pretty soon.
Thanks a lot
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Old 09-23-2009, 09:39 AM   #64
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For those looking for the conversion kit, we have a few left over from the IIC that Frank was kind enough to provide us with. For those who followed the race, I think you'll agree that the car was very successful! Here it is: http://www.ampdraw.com/product/13133...Conversion-Set

Horizon shows that they will be in stock tomorrow -- not sure how accurate that is -- but I'd expect them to begin showing up elsewhere very soon.
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hello

i want to get this kit when it is released
can someone tell me the part numbers for all the aluminum upgrades for the Gen XL?
-left side bulkhead
-pro strut aluminum arm mounts (what is standard angle degree with kit?)
-standoffs
-hardware

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For those looking for the conversion kit, we have a few left over from the IIC that Frank was kind enough to provide us with. For those who followed the race, I think you'll agree that the car was very successful! Here it is: http://www.ampdraw.com/product/13133...Conversion-Set

Horizon shows that they will be in stock tomorrow -- not sure how accurate that is -- but I'd expect them to begin showing up elsewhere very soon.
I went this route. Very cool. The only part missing I would recommend is the new shock. I ordered that last night.
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Old 09-29-2009, 10:34 AM   #67
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hello

i want to get this kit when it is released
can someone tell me the part numbers for all the aluminum upgrades for the Gen XL?
-left side bulkhead
-pro strut aluminum arm mounts (what is standard angle degree with kit?)
-standoffs
-hardware

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-Left Side Micro Bulkhead=PN 3351
Caster Blocks=The kit comes with 0,5,10 degrees.
-Aluminum part numbers:
0 degrees=PN 3360
5 degrees=PN 3361
10 degrees=PN 3362

-Standoffs=PN 1260
-Hardware (screw kit)=PN 1410

Hope this Helps,
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Old 09-29-2009, 11:16 AM   #68
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Thanks CD!
also should i start off with the carbon fiber front end stiffners? any other good things to add right away?
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Do you CRC guys have the Gen XL instruction manual on the website yet for a .pdf download?

Thanks,
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Thanks CD!
also should i start off with the carbon fiber front end stiffners? any other good things to add right away?
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Yes, if I were you I would also look into getting the Gen X Graphite cross brace. The part number is 3277.

Also, if you are getting the Cross brace I would also check into getting the new arms, that way you can have the option of running short and long arm. The part number is 3348.
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will openX left bulkhead (CRC3339) work on the new XL? And if it will fit is this a better idea if im looking for more durability?
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Just curious what the going price is on the new Gen-XL? I swear I seen $187.00 on CRC's site the other day.. Now its $199.00
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Looking forward on running the new car, although I had a few questions pertaining to recommended size of spurs needed for 13.5 and Mod????

Further if there is a range of recommened pinions needed, as mentioned per the above question.

Any feedback would be great ......................... Thank you again in advance!!!!

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will openX left bulkhead (CRC3339) work on the new XL? And if it will fit is this a better idea if im looking for more durability?
Yes it will work. Its the same pod that people bought for there brushless motors.
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Anyone know if the molded plastic left side open pod (included with the XL kit) is available as a spare part?
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