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Old 05-10-2010, 07:34 AM   #2086
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has anyone tried these yet?



it's being sold at nexusracing and produced by team epic/trinity as per the website indicates.

http://www.nexusracing.com/product_i...0f623d81a1a78e

It does not state, however, what size bearings it uses, but based on the picture, it seems like the stock ones.
That looks a lot like the Xray alum. hubs. Xray's alum. hubs use a 5x9x3, so I would guess the bearing size to be around there.
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Old 05-10-2010, 07:40 AM   #2087
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thanks punkboy, much appreciated
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has anyone tried these yet?



it's being sold at nexusracing and produced by team epic/trinity as per the website indicates.

http://www.nexusracing.com/product_i...0f623d81a1a78e

It does not state, however, what size bearings it uses, but based on the picture, it seems like the stock ones.
If they use the stock 5X10 bearing id love to try them! But I wouldnt want them if the bearings were smaller. Hopefully someone knows

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What is the diff ball size for the t3? The instruction manual says 2.4mm, is this right or is it a 3/32. I am looking at ordering ceramic from avid and that is the closest i can find at 2.381mm.
Its either or. 3/32 comes out to be 2.381 which is close enough to 2.4. Im using the hot bodies 2.4mm ceramic diff balls. But they all work
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Old 05-10-2010, 04:31 PM   #2089
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What is the diff ball size for the t3? The instruction manual says 2.4mm, is this right or is it a 3/32. I am looking at ordering ceramic from avid and that is the closest i can find at 2.381mm.
I use the avid ceramic 3/32nd diff balls in my Xray diff without issues. They are just about identical in size...
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Old 05-10-2010, 10:31 PM   #2090
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has anyone tried these yet?



it's being sold at nexusracing and produced by team epic/trinity as per the website indicates.

http://www.nexusracing.com/product_i...0f623d81a1a78e

It does not state, however, what size bearings it uses, but based on the picture, it seems like the stock ones.
I have them and they are tough! They just survived the crash I had 2 weeks ago when my radio went into fail safe and I hit a pole at full throttle!
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I have them and they are tough! They just survived the crash I had 2 weeks ago when my radio went into fail safe and I hit a pole at full throttle!
thanks for the input! are the bearings the same size as the stock kit or are they smaller?
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Looks like they are the same, they just have a plastic ring around the bearing so you can use the stock one!
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Does anyone know if u can use : (Lipo Balancing Chassis Weights
#309860) with the T3?


optional part for a T2009 eu
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Does anyone know if u can use : (Lipo Balancing Chassis Weights
#309860) with the T3?


optional part for a T2009 eu
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not even the L shaped piece? I am looking for an alum L piece for the battery
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not even the L shaped piece? I am looking for an alum L piece for the battery
Not sure on the L shaped piece. If you are taping those aren't necessary. Someone on xray's forum was selling aluminum L shaped pieces.
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Old 05-11-2010, 02:20 PM   #2098
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I have them and they are tough! They just survived the crash I had 2 weeks ago when my radio went into fail safe and I hit a pole at full throttle!
Oh man, that was crazy!

I remember turning into the sweeper and thinking, "Where is Scooby going!?" LMAO! Glad the car wasn't as damaged as we initially thought.

BTW, we were going over 65mph when this happened
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thanks for the input! are the bearings the same size as the stock kit or are they smaller?
Because of the plastic insert, you should be able to use the same size bearings that come with the alum. hubs from Xray, which is the size I posted before. Scooby could probably confirm on that size for you.
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Does anyone know if u can use : (Lipo Balancing Chassis Weights
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optional part for a T2009 eu

Do they make one for the T3? Does Xray make a battery strape for the T3eu?
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