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Old 02-14-2004, 08:45 PM
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Thanks ADR. As soon as I sell my T-Maxx I will be purchasing an X-Ray or that new Trinity Reflex12. That thing looks sweet. Ultra low cg.No matter what I get it will be run with a GT-7 speedo, SMC batteries, Trinity motors, and a Novak XXtra reciever.
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Old 02-15-2004, 01:19 AM
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Hi Guys,

We will try our best to keep good stock of X-ray parts, so far, our experience with Serpent has been good. They are a bit delayed from order placed to order shipped, but all the sales folks I met over the phone has been very helpful (Ray and Doug). So hopefully we can keep a good supply in stock for you guys and provide another source for X-ray products

I'm still studying up on the whole X-ray line, so it might be a bit longer before you guys see any parts lsited online

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p.s. in case anyone is wondering, that little T1M looks to be finally arriving next week
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Old 02-15-2004, 04:27 AM
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so when are the new xrays going to be in stock?
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Friday nights Feb 20,27 March 5,12,19 April 2,9,16
Come join TQ Hobbies and their staff for a really cool Friday night series that is rewarding and fun. The series will be 8 races in total. The prizes for participation are awesome. Call TQ Hobbies for any questions about details not listed below.

Expert Stock (entry fee $15)
1st place Xray T1R Car kit
2nd place Millennium Pro Charger
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2nd place Millennium Pro Charger
3rd place Racing batteries

Sportsman stock (entry fee $15)
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2nd place Pitbull Pro Charger
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Mini Cooper (entry fee $10)
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All entries will receive a raffle ticket for free (We are not selling raffle tickets). This race is about participation, so the more you race, the more raffle tickets you will receive. The raffle will have motors, batteries, touring bodies and more. Go to TQ hobbies and ask to see the prize display.

All racers will be placed in class according to their lap times and skill (no sandbagging). There will be tech so all 190mm touring cars will weigh 53oz and the wing cannot be higher than the roof line. To be eligible for the final prizes you will need to attend and race 6 races minimum. All motors will be roar legal stock motors (bring your own motor). Rainouts will be rescheduled. All decisions by race director will be final.

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53 oz? that's pretty heavy. My local series is 50oz. Sweet prizes though, wish I lived in FL
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Old 02-15-2004, 05:01 PM
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Originally posted by Rob Hochberg
53 oz? that's pretty heavy. My local series is 50oz. Sweet prizes though, wish I lived in FL
53oz is ROAR minimum for asphalt on rubbers.
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Old 02-15-2004, 05:06 PM
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Oh OK, I live up here in the tundra, and we're running carpet and ROAR carpet rules
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I'm just kind of curious how small can you run your tires, until it begins to adversely effect handling? Thanks in advance
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I'm sorry it's for a T1R on carpet with the longer arms
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I just got my short arms installed. Those of you who have already made the switch, did it change the handling of the car and did you have to change your setup once you made the switch to the shorter arms?
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Old 02-16-2004, 10:53 AM
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where did you get your short arms?
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Default Re: Foam tire size ?

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I'm just kind of curious how small can you run your tires, until it begins to adversely effect handling? Thanks in advance
On Carpet......till the rim shows through on the edges, Honestly.

On asphalt I usually take them off the car at around 2.25"
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Old 02-16-2004, 10:58 AM
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Originally posted by dway100
I just got my short arms installed. Those of you who have already made the switch, did it change the handling of the car and did you have to change your setup once you made the switch to the shorter arms?
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Hello,

could you give me step by step instructions on how or what do do to install the arms? Do I need anything else besides the arms?

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Originally posted by Rob Hochberg
Oh OK, I live up here in the tundra, and we're running carpet and ROAR carpet rules
The weight at the carpet Nats this year will be 50 oz.
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