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Old 03-03-2003, 05:42 AM
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Trinity: If you think the chassis is tweaked. Remove the wheels and place on a flat surface and check. You can loosen 16 screws, 4 on the upper brace, 6 in front bulkhead and 6 in rear bulkhead. Tighten the front and rear uniformally and slowly then do the same with the top brace. That should remove the tweak.
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Old 03-03-2003, 09:41 AM
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anyone notice an error in the manual that suggests to rotate the nylon hubs forward to loosen the rear belt ?
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Old 03-03-2003, 12:10 PM
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Originally posted by jayco76
congrats. (how was the turn out )
Turn out was pretty good. Lots of drivers from the LA area making it up there. I was surprised that some guys from Socal said they were going, never showed.
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Old 03-03-2003, 03:27 PM
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Thanx nitro, Ill c what happens
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Old 03-03-2003, 06:20 PM
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ran my Xray Evo2 for the first time yesterday on our asphalt parking lot track and I LOVED IT!! Our track is seamless 2 1/2 schedule 40 pipe and the xray took a few good brushes up against it with no problem at all!! Overall, the car handled well with my somewhat soft setup on the car.

The only problem I had yesterday was while driving the car the screw holding on the right rear tire backed out and my wheel went flying lol. Has anyone else experienced this problem?? If that is all I have to fix at the track, thats a good day if you ask me.
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Old 03-03-2003, 06:41 PM
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Originally posted by PorscheSuperCup
ran my Xray Evo2 for the first time yesterday on our asphalt parking lot track and I LOVED IT!! Our track is seamless 2 1/2 schedule 40 pipe and the xray took a few good brushes up against it with no problem at all!! Overall, the car handled well with my somewhat soft setup on the car.

The only problem I had yesterday was while driving the car the screw holding on the right rear tire backed out and my wheel went flying lol. Has anyone else experienced this problem?? If that is all I have to fix at the track, thats a good day if you ask me.
Glad you are happy with the car. The car is pretty much a tank! Sorry to hear about the wheel popping off. Hope you are running the stock setup, it's good for parking lot races.
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Old 03-03-2003, 06:54 PM
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hey neil,

I was running pretty much the stock setup with the differences being i have the c-hub conversion, I do not have the pivot balls at all, and some other small changes.

just one quick question i noticed that the stock setup calls for 2mm downstop for the front and 6mm for the rear downstop, Have you run the car with 6mm of downstop in the rear on asphalt?? did it handle well for you?? I used to have a losi xxx-s and ran that all of last season, so i set my rear downstop at 4mm cuz i thought 6mm was too high.
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Old 03-03-2003, 07:15 PM
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Yes I have had this problem too. Just apply some loctite and u should be all ready to go, i always check though just to make sure lol
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Old 03-03-2003, 07:23 PM
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I am going to order soon, I couldn't find anyone who could give me good feedback on this car. But now I found you guys. Thanks....
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Old 03-03-2003, 07:35 PM
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Tell me where to order from to get the hudy kit with it.
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Old 03-03-2003, 07:43 PM
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as far as i know the special that included the hudy kit with the car kit was for some of the first t1s, they never had that deal with the evo2, i could be wrong though...

who here is running their xray on carpet with c-hub and foams? im waiting for the composite set to be released, lately i have been running my tc3 and like it better than the pillowball xray.
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Old 03-03-2003, 08:01 PM
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spaz456,

you can get a composite set from ebay. there is one listed and the seller shipped very quick. I orders some parts last week and got it today.
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cool thanks for the info, ill check it out.
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Originally posted by PorscheSuperCup
hey neil,

I was running pretty much the stock setup with the differences being i have the c-hub conversion, I do not have the pivot balls at all, and some other small changes.

just one quick question i noticed that the stock setup calls for 2mm downstop for the front and 6mm for the rear downstop, Have you run the car with 6mm of downstop in the rear on asphalt?? did it handle well for you?? I used to have a losi xxx-s and ran that all of last season, so i set my rear downstop at 4mm cuz i thought 6mm was too high.
There is a different stock setup for the c-hub conversion. It calls for 1mm in the front, and 2mm in the rear. The 2 and 6mm setup is for the pivot ball setup. If you don't have the c-hub stock setup, it came with the c-hub installation instructions. Both setups are for asphalt, carpet setup is completely different.
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PorscheSuperCup...
You can download the C-hub base set-up from the VIP section on MyTSN.
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