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Old 12-05-2003, 10:03 PM   #5311
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Do you do this by drilling a new rear hole - so you have two sets like the rear bulkheads?
Yes but it must be done on a drill press. If you get them off a little you will have different caster on both sides- making for a VERY tweaked car.
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Old 12-06-2003, 03:19 AM   #5312
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BDR :: When did you make the change from Schu to Xray? You have to make a trip to Dallas (MikesHobbyShop) and race on our new carpet track.
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Old 12-06-2003, 08:47 AM   #5313
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This is Tim from Cleveland (the guy with the kid who didn' say too much)
I did get a Xray. in process of building it when I'm not working . anyway thanks for posting Alex's setup I will use this as a starting point for Jason.
I will be e maling you when I get a chance many questions on the Xray.
It was nice meeting you at Cleveland and seeing Alex and his dad again. to bad I live so far away I'd love to comedown and race with you guys ( you could take Jason to school on the track too!!!!!!)


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Old 12-06-2003, 09:03 AM   #5314
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Yes but it must be done on a drill press. If you get them off a little you will have different caster on both sides- making for a VERY tweaked car.
i actually have access to a mill, a bit more accurate then a drill press!

thanks for the clarification.
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Old 12-06-2003, 09:16 PM   #5315
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So, where can I find one of these mail-order in the US?

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Old 12-06-2003, 09:48 PM   #5316
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Old 12-07-2003, 04:23 PM   #5318
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Switching camps????
Nah. I love my BMI chassis but the quality of the components on the XRAY is just incredible. It certainly is an eye catcher for someone that appreciates quality. I may pick one up just to play with. How bout you?

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Old 12-07-2003, 08:13 PM   #5319
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Hi,

I already have one for my son to run. I just have to find the time to build it and set it up. and time to get to the track to race too.....

we went today he TQed and won with the TC3 in stock.

with only minior changes to the posted setup.

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BDR :: When did you make the change from Schu to Xray? You have to make a trip to Dallas (MikesHobbyShop) and race on our new carpet track.
Cadet- I actually didn't switch..per se... I sold my Missions to get ready for the Mission2 to come out and bought an EVO3 Surikarn in the meantime, but I didn't want to run the EVO3S on asphalt so I bought a used T1R to run asphalt. I really like both cars but I love the EVO3S. It's fast and strong now that we fixed the oneway ring gear stripping problem. I'm just having fun running different cars but it's expensive. I sold a ton of stuff to buy new cars earlier this year.

Don't worry- we are coming to run the new carpet track FO SHO!!! I have every intention of rolling Toasty's little skinny self up like biscuit dough!! LMAO nod:
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Cadet- I actually didn't switch..per se... I sold my Missions to get ready for the Mission2 to come out and bought an EVO3 Surikarn in the meantime, but I didn't want to run the EVO3S on asphalt so I bought a used T1R to run asphalt. I really like both cars but I love the EVO3S. It's fast and strong now that we fixed the oneway ring gear stripping problem. I'm just having fun running different cars but it's expensive. I sold a ton of stuff to buy new cars earlier this year.

Don't worry- we are coming to run the new carpet track FO SHO!!! I have every intention of rolling Toasty's little skinny self up like biscuit dough!! LMAO nod:
What'd you do to fix the oneway stripping problem???
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This is Tim from Cleveland (the guy with the kid who didn' say too much)
I did get a Xray. in process of building it when I'm not working . anyway thanks for posting Alex's setup I will use this as a starting point for Jason.
I will be e maling you when I get a chance many questions on the Xray.
It was nice meeting you at Cleveland and seeing Alex and his dad again. to bad I live so far away I'd love to comedown and race with you guys ( you could take Jason to school on the track too!!!!!!)


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It was great meeting you guys too. Feel free to drop me a line whenever [email protected] Hope you guys do well with the car.
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Nah. I love my BMI chassis but the quality of the components on the XRAY is just incredible. It certainly is an eye catcher for someone that appreciates quality. I may pick one up just to play with. How bout you?

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I have just acquired an Evo 2 in a trade. I am looking for a carpet set-up on foams with the pivot ball suspension. Any help would be great.
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I am going to be passing through Los Angeles area later this week. I was wondering if there are any shops that stock Xray parts there? Maybe SoCal? Who has a permanent onroad track so I can get a little practice on the way through?
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