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Old 11-18-2003, 04:38 PM   #5176
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Old 11-18-2003, 05:08 PM   #5177
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It's probably your layshaft bearing(s). They go bad sometimes.
So where do you guys get your parts from anyway? My local shop doesn't carry anything so it's pointless to go there. I'm going to try the xshop but if you can recommend any place, let me know.

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Old 11-18-2003, 10:04 PM   #5178
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So where do you guys get your parts from anyway? My local shop doesn't carry anything so it's pointless to go there. I'm going to try the xshop but if you can recommend any place, let me know.
You should support your LHS, ask if they can order the items for you. The xshop is good place to go if you are in dire need for parts.
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Old 11-18-2003, 10:09 PM   #5179
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what type of noise and where does it sound like its coming from.
it sounds like it is coming from the back of the car bit i can't figure out if it is the diff or the layshaft.

what could i do to rule out one of these?
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Old 11-18-2003, 10:15 PM   #5180
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Take the motor out, spin the drive train slowly using the belt. Listen carefully for the noise.
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I would check all berrings and take apart the diff to make sure it was asembled correctly. A while back aggo Xray had some problems and some of the diffs where not built corectly from the factory. Make sure your belts are not tight remember they should have some deflection about 1/8" is good.
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Old 11-18-2003, 10:25 PM   #5182
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it sounds like it is coming from the back of the car bit i can't figure out if it is the diff or the layshaft.

what could i do to rule out one of these?
Describe the noise.
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Old 11-19-2003, 07:11 AM   #5183
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Ended up buying a few parts from the xshop...

305502 Solid Alu Central Layshaft Set 1 18.00 18.00
305550 Low Ratio Pulley Set (ratio 1.77) 1 29.95 29.95
305442 High-Performance Kevlar Drive Belt Rear 3x180mm 1 10.50 10.50
308300 XRAY Shock Absorber - Set 4-Step (2) 2 26.75 53.50
397313 XRAY Sticker For Body - Purple

Anything else that's viewed as a must have?
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Old 11-19-2003, 11:56 AM   #5184
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anyone gotta good setup for an EVO2 running touring stock class on foam tires. track is 98'x46'

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I would check all berrings and take apart the diff to make sure it was asembled correctly. A while back aggo Xray had some problems and some of the diffs where not built corectly from the factory. Make sure your belts are not tight remember they should have some deflection about 1/8" is good.
I found a bunch of 6x10x3 bearings on ebay cheap. After every race I tear it down and check on the layshaft bearing for any play. I replace the bearing if it feals bad.
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I was wondering if any body runs the 1.77 pulley set up in mod it seems I cant get to a low enough ratio/ rollout, I'm running a 10x2 and it's fast I haven't ran mod with my T1R until now any input would be appreciated. Track is about 80'x35' kinda small and decent traction 2nd season on the rug, again any help would be greatly appreciated.
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I run the low ratio pullies when I run mod and 19t. To me the pullies work better in mod than stock. I may not have had it geared right in stock though. I think I ran about a 32 pinion and 128 with a 12x2 with about 62mm foams. I'll check the gearing on my 19t tomorrow and let you know for sure.
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I was wondering if any body runs the 1.77 pulley set up in mod it seems I cant get to a low enough ratio/ rollout, I'm running a 10x2 and it's fast I haven't ran mod with my T1R until now any input would be appreciated. Track is about 80'x35' kinda small and decent traction 2nd season on the rug, again any help would be greatly appreciated.
i'm using the 1.77 pullies w 48dp gears, usually pinions needed are around 19t to 23t with a 96t spur, just my s$0.002......
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Well i'll say one thing about the T1... a real pain in the ass to use deans plugs on the batteries and keep the wires out of the belt.

Sadly i'm not going to hard wire due to convenience... maybe down the line i will. Things sure are tight though.
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Well i'll say one thing about the T1... a real pain in the ass to use deans plugs on the batteries and keep the wires out of the belt.

Sadly i'm not going to hard wire due to convenience... maybe down the line i will. Things sure are tight though.
You could use the tube and plug style connector from corally/orion/trinity.
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