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Old 12-27-2003, 05:47 PM   #5521
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correct, there are no ball bearings in the one way just use the 3 screws and bolt it directly to the oneway. There is no reason to lube the gear, but you have bearings in each one of the outdrives that need to be lubed and maintained on a regular basis.
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im confused now. because Someone Told me You Didn't... YOu Could Run it Without. Now its Different. Do YOu Have To Or Is it better To Run the Solid Lay shaft... Because I ordered the Pulleys From Stormers and didnt order Layshaft..
Ive not seen anyone try to run the one way layshaft with the new pulleys. It would be interesting to know if it works or not, but I feel that it will not.
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Old 12-27-2003, 05:52 PM   #5523
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Here's Pucho/Alex Lopez's setup from the US Indoor Carpet Nats

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Rob what's up? Hey can you get in contact with Alexe's Dads store they want to get some of the bumpers. TQ hobbies (407) 339-1899.

everione: the bulkheads are not the the 1/12 ones (at least it's not what I was told) they will most likely show up as an option and maybe in a re-incarnation of the car.

here is the set up.

front:

Violete springs
30wt oil
2 holes open

blade sway bar set at 60 deg.

shocks mounted on outer hole on arm
#3 hole on tower (carpet tower)
6deg caster blocks
0 Kick up
standard roll center
1.5 deg camber
droop ser to 2 on hudy blocks
camber link mounted on new hole on bulhead spaced 4mm up. (Andres Mayberg was using the standard hole on tower)
4mm ride heith

Jaco purple/orange at 2.25"

0 toe
diff set medium

Rear:

Violete springs
30wt oil
2 holes open

No sway bar

shocks mounted on #4 on tower and middle hole on arm.
camber link on inner hole on block and standard hole on bulkhead.
0 deg kick up
standard roll center
2 deg of camber
droop set to 4 on hudy blocks
1 deg tow in
4mm ride heith

Jaco purples at 2.25"

Stratus 2.0

Paragon: Hole in rear half in front

the front tires was cut down 1/2 mm so they would not touch the lower shock mount.
they used the stiff upper plate
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Old 12-27-2003, 11:15 PM   #5524
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Hey fellow Xray owners.....Just wanted to let everyone know that I have 2 brand new still in the box T1R kits that I have for sale in the buy/sell forum. 200.00 shipped for each of them anywhere in the U.S.. I also have a one way that is still in the package, I will sell that for 30.00 shipped anywhere in the U.S. Feel free to email me with any questions.

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correct, there are no ball bearings in the one way just use the 3 screws and bolt it directly to the oneway. There is no reason to lube the gear, but you have bearings in each one of the outdrives that need to be lubed and maintained on a regular basis.
Thanks a ton for the info Porsche!!

One last question about the one way. It came with two small round spacers that I don't know what to do with? Any idea??

Once again, thanks.

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Old 12-28-2003, 02:30 AM   #5526
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The spacers are for inserting between the one way and the outdrive to take out too much play, use them, the driveshaft will not fell out so easily.


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Thanks a ton for the info Porsche!!

One last question about the one way. It came with two small round spacers that I don't know what to do with? Any idea??

Once again, thanks.

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Hey fellow Xray owners.....Just wanted to let everyone know that I have 2 brand new still in the box T1R kits that I have for sale in the buy/sell forum. 200.00 shipped for each of them anywhere in the U.S.. I also have a one way that is still in the package, I will sell that for 30.00 shipped anywhere in the U.S. Feel free to email me with any questions.

Eric
Hey Eric:

Are you swiching cars or are you just redising stock?

Later

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Old 12-28-2003, 09:48 AM   #5528
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Not switching cars!!! I love my Xray. I am selling two kits for someone else that wants the evo 2 for some testing.....long story. How is the track coming along? Are you guys going to stock Xray parts? When is the website going to be working?

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Old 12-28-2003, 10:06 PM   #5529
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In Alex's setup from the Cleveland race, which oil was he using? 30wt seems light. I'm running losi 40wt up front and 50wt in the rear.

Also, I had a wierd thing happen today at the track. I clipped a corner with the left rear and broke a ball cup and a rear shock body. That's it! I've never in my life broken a rear shock body on anything.

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pucho are my bodies done
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In Alex's setup from the Cleveland race, which oil was he using? 30wt seems light. I'm running losi 40wt up front and 50wt in the rear.

Also, I had a wierd thing happen today at the track. I clipped a corner with the left rear and broke a ball cup and a rear shock body. That's it! I've never in my life broken a rear shock body on anything.

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Stock out of the kit 30wt, HUMM WEIRD!

Rafi: NO!!! bit my Garage is
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Old 12-28-2003, 10:37 PM   #5532
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cant wait throw this evo on Rpm's speedway's Carpet
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I can't wait eather.
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Serpent and Ashford Hobby are both closed through the 5th. Anywhere else I can get parts? I'm hoping to get some stuff by the 31st.

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Old 12-29-2003, 10:48 AM   #5535
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stormers Hobby has alot of Parts.. well for Xray. I ordered my 1.77 pulleys there they are sold out Almost every hobby shop here in central fl.
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