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Old 07-06-2010, 02:33 AM   #2566
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Thanks for the answer. i was asking because they dont share the same shock towers.

if i drill the body to fit the T2R and then it doesnt fit the T3, you will have to pay me back the price of the body + paint job

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Yup. Your bodies will fit both cars with no mods. I am basing this off the fact that my bodies for my 009 fit my T3 flawlessly.
Andrew - I know my painted bodies from my T2'008/009 did not fit the same on the T3. You could make it work but the front posts were more forward.
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Andrew - I know my painted bodies from my T2'008/009 did not fit the same on the T3. You could make it work but the front posts were more forward.
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Good question. Please post some pics when it arrives. Ill post the kydex one
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Old 07-06-2010, 10:47 AM   #2570
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so he ran

2.8 or pink fronts

and

2.6 or silver rear

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just verifying the front/rear
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Old 07-06-2010, 10:49 AM   #2571
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sometimes that fat lower bumper section gets caught on the swr plow disks and makes your car push, just be aware you can't cut as close
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600, 450 xray shock oil is the equivilent to what cst in team associated oil?
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Old 07-06-2010, 01:05 PM   #2573
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so he ran

2.8 or pink fronts

and

2.6 or silver rear

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just verifying the front/rear
Yeah if you look at the pics he has silver's on the rear, pinks on the front.

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600, 450 xray shock oil is the equivilent to what cst in team associated oil?
Its easier just to get the CST oil lol. But heres a conversion chart

http://www.rceasy.com/2008/01/10/xra...version-table/
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Old 07-06-2010, 01:44 PM   #2574
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I have got the H roll centres on my T3 and was wondering if people add 1mm spacers to the outer links too ???

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600, 450 xray shock oil is the equivilent to what cst in team associated oil?
try to stick with oil measured lke the xray, mugen and tamiya are also good. No matter what any chart says they are not close
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600, 450 xray shock oil is the equivilent to what cst in team associated oil?
AE shows both wt and cst on their shock oil now
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Old 07-06-2010, 04:14 PM   #2577
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KWT-Nitro...
Adding 2 more holes is not going to be much of an issue, when you think about it, by the time you are done racing your body is going to be pretty much messed up from new people driving on the track.. bro...
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sometimes that fat lower bumper section gets caught on the swr plow disks and makes your car push, just be aware you can't cut as close
My whole goal is to stay away from everything that's not asphalt, but to be as close at the same time.

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try to stick with oil measured lke the xray, mugen and tamiya are also good. No matter what any chart says they are not close
Xray oil is expensive, not that I go through it that often.

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Thank you much!! This is great stuff!
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How bad would it be to build a shock with a 100% rebound?
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that's not my point

my point is you will always be running a different viscocity oil than everyone else if you go with the 'american' measurements, unless ASSoc makes a 43.79 viscocity oil
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