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Old 09-07-2003, 06:15 PM   #4591
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Thanks RC Ive been racing for awhile but this onroad is new to me. Its actually nice to have all this new stuff to learn. Thanks and im sure I will have more success as I try more chassis changes, but for the first time with the car it was very impressive. Kevin.
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Old 09-08-2003, 02:41 AM   #4592
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It's nice not having to worry about timing the jumps. Because there isn't any jumps.
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Old 09-08-2003, 09:01 AM   #4593
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milf - how much lower is the foam shock tower compared to the T1R stock tower?
fReShJiVe........Actually I do not know, I only bought it just to have, incase they out of stock on it. In the beginning I bought to have a spare part for my cars, then I realized it's a option part. Right now it's just sitting in my spare parts box along with some goodies )
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fReShJiVe........Actually I do not know, I only bought it just to have, incase they out of stock on it. In the beginning I bought to have a spare part for my cars, then I realized it's a option part. Right now it's just sitting in my spare parts box along with some goodies )
milf - it's ok thanks
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Old 09-08-2003, 10:32 PM   #4595
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For those of you that mounted fans on your Xray, please post a pic. I'm trying to get a fan mounted and still allow the removal and installation of the motor.
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Old 09-08-2003, 10:46 PM   #4596
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Whats up guys,Alex Lopez here.Just had a quick question.By any chance does anybody know where there is a nearby indoor carpet track by Cleveland.Meaning the actual hotel.When i attended the race last year,there was a track about 10 minutes from the actual race.I just wanted to know if that track was still there.Let me know whats up.Im sure Rob Love or Ray know what im talking about.If you guys could give me any onfi,i would greatly appreciate it.


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Old 09-08-2003, 11:53 PM   #4597
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Alex,

Check the separate thread you started. Track is still there and better than ever.
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Old 09-09-2003, 05:47 PM   #4598
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milf - it's ok thanks
You're welcome, sorry that I do not have the answer for you, but some of these guys may have the answer for you. I would like to know myself too.

Info. for the foam front lower-graphite shock tower, how much lower is the T1R compare to this new option part, part number is 302095. Thanks
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Old 09-10-2003, 03:00 AM   #4599
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hey guys, im in the process of building my evo 2 and i was just woundering if you need to file the battery slots to put the batteries in? and would you need to file the chassis to put a 540 motor in to it.


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Old 09-10-2003, 03:07 AM   #4600
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How do you mount your speedo and reciever in the T1R chassis? got the car yesterday, and i cant figure out how to get the things in in a neat way, I`m running a Vega V2 speedo and a KO reciever, any pics?

I must say that i`m surprised by the chassis, quite stiff with the upper deck, before i got the kit o thought that i was going to get something between std pro3 and evo2 stiff...
Its going to be intresting to compare the Raycer and the evo2 on the track this weekend
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hey i got a ??? for yours all is the xray t1 evo 2 better then theses cars could you tell me plased
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Old 09-10-2003, 05:34 AM   #4602
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I filed the battery slot a little bit then sealed the edges with ca, careful to not have a lot because then the batteries wont fit down in the chamfers u just made. Yes 540 motors fit fine.
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How do you mount your speedo and reciever in the T1R chassis? got the car yesterday, and i cant figure out how to get the things in in a neat way, I`m running a Vega V2 speedo and a KO reciever, any pics?

I must say that i`m surprised by the chassis, quite stiff with the upper deck, before i got the kit o thought that i was going to get something between std pro3 and evo2 stiff...
Its going to be intresting to compare the Raycer and the evo2 on the track this weekend
You will need micro electronics to fit everything in the small spaces of the T1R. Yes the car is very stiff fore and aft, but there is some tortional flex. This good in low traction and/or cooler environments
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Speedo at the back with the wires on the outside edge, reciever in front. Couldn't be easier. It will fit, I run a V2 and a fat Futaba reciever, fits a treat. If you think it's too tight just flip the reciever up onto it's side.

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If your are running pivot ball do you have to use the blade type sway bar or can you use the new front swaybar? I keep hearing the new sway bar is for c-hub only.

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