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Old 07-24-2003, 11:32 AM   #4141
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Thanks guys. I'll have to see if I can round up a 128 gear as a 124 is the biggest that I have. Are you guys still running around a 7.2-7.5 for a monster stock with the 1.77's?
Yea, that's about right. Track dependent, and battery dependent.
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Ok thanks. I just was making sure that it wasn't a rule to go to a 6.2-6.8 or something wacky when using 1.77 vs 2.125's.
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Nono, but on our track, I run around a 7 to 7.2 with the monster. But that was with the old pulleys. Havent tried the motor with the new ones, now on my P2K2, I run about a 6.6 to a 6.8 with the new pulleys, and if anything you might be able to go about .3 taller ratio with the new pulleys, if all the conditions are the same, just because you dont have as much drag on the car.
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Old 07-25-2003, 06:45 AM   #4144
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check it out fellas
http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/new...&kategoria=257
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Wonder if it's the long rumored shaft drive car? what ever it is, it looks low profile, and it seams to have really short drive shafts. Maybe it an EVO2 Micro!

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No-its a 1/5th scale dune buggy!!!
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What advantage do you guys see with the 1.77 pulleys. Also do you find that you have to alter your gearing? For example, do you have to go up or down a tooth or two on your pinions.
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check it out fellas
http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/new...&kategoria=257
Ya know...I REALLY hate this teaser crap. I wish they'd cut the 5H!T and just tell us. DAMN that's irritating
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I heard a rumor that Ralph Birch said there will be a shaft driven XRay by April 2004. I have no way of confirming that, though. A Hudy quality car with a shaft drive would be a clear winner, but who knows if it will actually happen.
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I heard a rumor that Ralph Birch said there will be a shaft driven XRay by April 2004. I have no way of confirming that, though. A Hudy quality car with a shaft drive would be a clear winner, but who knows if it will actually happen.
Where did you hear this "rumor"?
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Well it's obviously not an off road vehicle from the pics, and it is definetly not going to be a electric touring car of any scale, and i'm positive it will not be a gas car considering the relationship between XRay, Hudy, and Serpent. XRay is a company that produces competition level products, so I doubt it will be any sort of "micro" or "mini" car to compete with HPI's micro or Kyosho's Mini-Z's, because frankly, there just isn't a lot of competition in these categories.

As far as electric on-road goes, the next largest class aside from 1/10 touring is 1/12th scale pan cars, and because of this, my guess is it will be a 1/12th scale pan car, but instead of just producing an RC12L3 clone like most of the companies on the market have, it will be a new fresh design unlike any other 12th scale on the market and will not resemble any other car.
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I just went through the flash video and individually took screen shots of each picture so we can closely examine them .

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I heard a rumor that Ralph Birch said there will be a shaft driven XRay by April 2004. I have no way of confirming that, though. A Hudy quality car with a shaft drive would be a clear winner, but who knows if it will actually happen.
I heard that too..... from a friend who have talked to Ralph.
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