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Old 06-19-2003, 03:21 PM   #3796
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Everyone,

I am forwarding all of your e-mails to Kevin @ Rubberneck Racing. He should get back with you soon. Keep'em coming and I will keep sending them..

He also has super trick battery boxes, motor boxes, combo battery/motor boxes and is now getting into radio cases....
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Old 06-19-2003, 03:28 PM   #3797
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Anybody interested in the X-Ray foam bumpers send me an e-mail and I will forward it on.

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got any pics?
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Old 06-19-2003, 05:40 PM   #3798
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Thanks Rob, for the plug...I have replied to all forwarded emails, and I will have pix up this weekend when I get back from vac. ...These bumpers are designed to fit all three styles of the Ray...A little dremeling will be needed if you choose to mount the transponder up front...Or to just round over the edges...

Thanks again Rob see you soon,

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Old 06-19-2003, 07:47 PM   #3799
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Thanks Rob, for the plug...I have replied to all forwarded emails, and I will have pix up this weekend when I get back from vac. ...These bumpers are designed to fit all three styles of the Ray...A little dremeling will be needed if you choose to mount the transponder up front...Or to just round over the edges...

Thanks again Rob see you soon,

Kevin Evanichko
Rubbereck~racing, Coulmbus, Ohio
Email sent requesting info.
Thanks,
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Old 06-20-2003, 03:37 AM   #3800
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X-Ray Fellow,

I just bought an Evo2 with alu C-hub 3 front and rear as well as a composite chassis.

Can you share a good set-up with one-way and front diff - outdoor med grip - Take Off rubber tires - Modified 12t

Thank you for your help,


ps : happy to see you there RC-Zombies
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Old 06-20-2003, 07:48 AM   #3801
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Here is my set up:

Front:

Spring/ Blue
Oil/ Xray 30wt
Piston/ fixed 3 hole
shock possition standard on tower and arm
camber link position standard
0 Kick up
3* Caster block
1* camber
0 tow
4.5mm RH
spool(faster with one-way, but More consistent with the spool)

Rear:

Spring/ blue
Oil/ Xray 30wt
Piston/ fixed 3 hole
Shock position standard on tower and arm
camber link on lower inner hole on bridge/standard on block
3*antisquat
1.5* camber
3* tow-in
5mm RH
Diff fairly loose

Misc:

Body/ Losi Alfa
Tires/ Pre mounted TO CS-27's
Monster stock
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gearing 128/32 FD+7.008 (with new pullys 1.77IR)
weight was 52.4 had to add one or the long center chassi weight's to make weight.
You can start right here it's a prety good setup for asphalt.
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Old 06-20-2003, 08:07 AM   #3802
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You can start right here it's a prety good setup for asphalt.
Thank you Pucho,

Will your set-up work with modified motors, did you try ?
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Old 06-20-2003, 08:34 AM   #3803
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I ran the best I ever have with my T1R/Evo2 hybrid the other night, but had too many probl;ems of all sorts to show anything for it. OH-well. The car was really fast finally and handles very well. Not dialed, but darn good. I had strings of 7 or 8 laps that were all like 12.4, 12.55, 12.6, 12.3, 12.5, 12.2, 12.5 SO cars super consistent-just like the Evo2 was!!! I am still waiting on the T1 chassis plate-that bugger should be super stiff. Add that to the new pullies and this cars gonna be AWesome!!!

Last-this is no hype-the Bumpers from Rubber neck racing are not expensive-but worth twice as much as he charges for them. I bet they'll save racers $$$$ in front end parts being broken.

Basically I mounted it in the car and found I had to dremel the bottom to fit the plastic bumper supports. I used a rough sanding drum on my dremel and cut out the shape. Then I remounted it and with a marker drew the outline of the bumper top plate on the foam bumper. I then used the dremel again and sanded the bumper down in the shape of my top plate!!! It was EASY and it looks sweet! Sorry cars at track or I'd shoot a pic.


I found that the bumper-as wide as it is-fit perfectly under my Sedan body (Parma X20) without modification!!

Ray

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Old 06-20-2003, 08:35 AM   #3804
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Alex Lopez of team Xray was running a similar set up with his EVO2 in mod with a 10t (geared for it) but he was ussing adjustable pistons with 2 hole open and the was ussing 6deg caster blocks.
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Hey guys, it's been awhile since I've been on here. I need some opinions on running on a bumpy parking lot. My LHS is starting a season here soon and I want to race my EVO2, but I don't want to get my baby all scratched up.

So my question is should I run my EVO2 chassis or should I get a T1R chassis to race outdoors and keep the EVO2 for carpet. Also what are the part numbers for the T1R chassis and battery straps in case I go that route. Thanks.
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Old 06-20-2003, 11:46 AM   #3806
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Hey guys, it's been awhile since I've been on here. I need some opinions on running on a bumpy parking lot. My LHS is starting a season here soon and I want to race my EVO2, but I don't want to get my baby all scratched up.

So my question is should I run my EVO2 chassis or should I get a T1R chassis to race outdoors and keep the EVO2 for carpet. Also what are the part numbers for the T1R chassis and battery straps in case I go that route. Thanks.
For a few bucks more just another graphite chassis from Ebay.

or buy AE's chassis protector.
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Old 06-20-2003, 12:26 PM   #3807
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scrad-I sold my spare and pretty gnarly evo2 chassis to a buddy to use outdoors on a bumpy ashpalt track, but to the best of my knowledge, he never used it. I think I sold it to him for only $20 or so. If you want it-I can ask what he wants for it to ship it to you.

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Also Scrad-you also need the composite servo mounts when you switch to the T1R chassis.

So you need comp. batt straps, T1R Chassis and comp. servo mounts!!!! Sorry-dont have the part numbers handy to me.
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Here are the part #:

composite chassis: 301117
composite batt straps: 306105
composite servo mounts: 306210
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Ray, see what he would want for it.

Thanks for the input guys. Any more suggestions will be appreciated.
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