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Old 02-06-2003, 06:54 AM   #2476
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I received email from Xray and they call that new baby T1R = Raycer
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Old 02-06-2003, 07:42 AM   #2477
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I dislike the look of the T1R the more I look at it!!!
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Old 02-06-2003, 08:26 AM   #2478
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Will other types of touring rims fit the Evo2? Im not really familiar with pivot balls. thanks
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any industry standard wheel will fit the EVO2 w/ pillowballs.
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I dislike the look of the T1R the more I look at it!!!
At first glance, the look is a huge change than what we are accustomed with the T1 & Evo2. But with the tub, that leaves so much open for lightening adventures. The center support strut between the top deck and the tub is new, must be to help strengthen the car and prevent too much flex. I was thinking of using an Evo2 top deck to replace it.
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What exactly is this new xray (pictured) supposed to be??

is it like an entry level kit ( ta04) or more like a budget version of

the current xray cars??
That's exactly what it is. For the budget minded, entry level racer who really can't put out a whole lot of cash for the Evo2.
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Old 02-06-2003, 11:36 AM   #2482
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Here's the official release photo of the T1R:

http://www.mytsn.com/companies/glrim...609&imid=24296
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That's exactly what it is. For the budget minded, entry level racer who really can't put out a whole lot of cash for the Evo2.
Its really not that much cheaper than the Evo 2 considering I can get an Evo 2 for $260.00...Only $30 Difference

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Old 02-06-2003, 01:49 PM   #2484
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Keep in mind that we are talking about US dollars, not Aussie dollars.
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Its really not that much cheaper than the Evo 2 considering I can get an Evo 2 for $260.00...Only $30 Difference

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Agreed

Even in Aussie $s thats only $60 difference. Why would you bother with the T1R ???
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What's better suite for high speed, high traction traction track: Pillowball or C-hub suspension?
For technical track layout?
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In the states, there is much more than a 60 dollar difference between the Evo2 and the T1R. In fact, the exact price of the T1R has not been released here yet. But it may be in the low $200's USD. If you are able to get a great deal from a hobby shop either locally or overseas, get it! But choosing between the two cars is up to the consumer and the wallet book.
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What's better suite for high speed, high traction traction track: Pillowball or C-hub suspension?
For technical track layout?


zombie for mod high traction technical you got to go with the c-hubs. thats what it was designed for. it gives you the extra steering you need from the center of the corner out. pivot ball wont get the job done. trust me
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Here's the official release photo of the T1R:

http://www.mytsn.com/companies/glrim...609&imid=24296
What is inline flow cooling system? as per the advertisement last line
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ohhh k thanx rcinfinity =)
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