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Old 01-21-2003, 12:07 AM   #2326
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Are you selling or buying...you may want to try the sell / trade forum.

Selling, and it is in the sell/trade forum. There's just so much activity on that forum that it gets pushed to the second or third page within a day. Thought that since many Xray enthusiasts visit this thread it would be useful to post an additional link. You never know... Ebay is my next move.

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Old 01-21-2003, 08:52 AM   #2327
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Default Xray are going Plastic!

Xray are really going Plastic.......Yuk!

http://www.mytsn.com/publ/publ.asp?pid=7187

Do I see a plastic tub chassis in the third photo??
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Old 01-21-2003, 09:03 AM   #2328
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That is what is I heard. The upper front brace and the upper brace is composite. I heard the C-Hub will also be composite. Not sure about the tub.
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Old 01-21-2003, 09:05 AM   #2329
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That is what is I heard. The upper front brace and the upper brace is composite. I heard the C-Hub will also be composite. Not sure about the tub.
Looking at the battery slots....it sure doesn't look like graphite....
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dtm: I got my info from Ralph Bursh. I did not ask about the chassis. I do not want a composite tub. I agree with you Yuck!!!
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guys think about it. this is a very preproduction prototype. what better way to keep cost down than to make the parts fron a cheaper material. as i'm sure the production units will come in two flavors to meet the marketing needs of the company. a sport more economical maybe RTR model and for us racers a top of the line graphite everything serous race car. or it could just be a micro car. the car that goes across the screen at the end of that movie short looks very small anyway dont get your shorts in a knot just yet cause right now everything is just speculation
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Old 01-21-2003, 11:20 AM   #2332
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Hey just a quick question, what kind of wheels can I buy besides the Xray brand for my car? Just looking for a source for replacements.

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Hey just a quick question, what kind of wheels can I buy besides the Xray brand for my car? Just looking for a source for replacements.

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You can use any of the industry standard wheels for touring cars. 24mm wheels with 12mm hubs.
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Old 01-21-2003, 12:15 PM   #2334
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Thanks for the quick reply
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Old 01-21-2003, 01:46 PM   #2335
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Hopefully my Evo2 will arrive today.

What do you guys recommend for battery configuration..
saddle packs or side x side...

how does the car handle with the 2 different battery set-ups?
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Hopefully my Evo2 will arrive today.

What do you guys recommend for battery configuration..
saddle packs or side x side...

how does the car handle with the 2 different battery set-ups?
Try the stock setup first (saddle packs). You will find that to be the best at neutral handling. I have run six cells on the left side, which is fine but the car will be heavy on that side, meaning that it will turn better one way than the other. I have even tried saddle packs with left side forward. That will give more steering, but I had a problem with too much weight transfer to the front causing the rear to break traction. With the stock setup, that will be a great starting point and just adjust accordingly to your driving style and track size. Good luck.
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Old 01-22-2003, 09:32 AM   #2337
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Default Stainless Steel Screw Kits Available for the T1 & EVO2

I am now taking orders for Stainless Steel Screw Sets for the Xray T1 & T1EVO2. This kit replaces all the necessary screws with stainless steel socket head (2,0mm & 2.5mm wrenches) screws. See Below for details on kit:

Xray T1 & T1 EVO2:
Consists of 79 pieces - Flat head screws, button head screws and all set screws. All take socket head 2.0mm 2.5mm wrenches - no more phillips heads to strip out.

Complete Kit is $22.00 W/Free Shipping

I accept Paypal or money order - email at [email protected] if interested - They are ready to ship!!! Don't miss out!!!
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capricess :: I know you said complete, but I have to ask this anyway......does the kit include the wheel screws?
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Old 01-22-2003, 10:44 AM   #2339
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Good question. What about the ones inside the diffs?
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Default Wheels Screws Included

Yes the kit include the wheel screws which I believe are 4x8 button heads. The diff screw is not included the steel screw is better for this application - but if desired I can look into it - do you know the size of the screw??

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