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Old 02-27-2004, 09:36 AM   #6256
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Hi Guys,

We finally were able to put together Ti-Screw kit for the Xray T1R and T1Evo2 These are high quality light weight titanium 2.0 mm hex wrench type screws. Available now!

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Old 02-27-2004, 10:45 AM   #6257
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Old 02-27-2004, 01:22 PM   #6258
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I ordered the fixed layshaft, and it came today, but it turns out I need another 16t fixed pulley! So now I have a useless piece of aluminum here, until my new pulley comes in.
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Old 02-27-2004, 01:47 PM   #6259
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Neil- Of course im still alive just been working hard and studying even harder.

Looking forward to the factory t1 kit and as soon as i recieve mine i will be racing at socal every saturday.
Yup, I'm waiting for mine as well. It seems that sat's are becoming more crowded.
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I also got the roll center bridge, any ideas on how to install and use it?
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Old 02-27-2004, 02:56 PM   #6261
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I also got the roll center bridge, any ideas on how to install and use it?
Instead of using a grub screw to hold the pivot ball in for the camber link, use two button heads to hold the bridge down. The pivot ball then goes in the bridge holes that are just inside of the original bulkhead holes. Use a longer grub or button head to hold it in.
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Old 02-27-2004, 03:07 PM   #6262
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Instead of using a grub screw to hold the pivot ball in for the camber link, use two button heads to hold the bridge down. The pivot ball then goes in the bridge holes that are just inside of the original bulkhead holes. Use a longer grub or button head to hold it in.
I simply re-used the original grub screw that held the pivot ball on the bulkhead. Take it out and use it to tighten onto the pivot ball in the new location on the roll centre bridge.
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Old 02-27-2004, 04:23 PM   #6263
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...So if a new Factory Kit owner bends a bulkhead, they have to buy a new Kit.
I'm guessing if you bend a bulkhead you are pretty much going to have to buy a new kit anyway.
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Old 02-27-2004, 05:05 PM   #6264
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I simply re-used the original grub screw that held the pivot ball on the bulkhead. Take it out and use it to tighten onto the pivot ball in the new location on the roll centre bridge.
The original was too short and I was stripping it. Hence the button head (M3x12 or 10).
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Old 02-27-2004, 07:14 PM   #6265
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Hi all,

There is a new products releases from Xray. In case you have not seen it, pls visit my website (signature below) and download the microsoft word format for all upcoming new products under `News`.
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Thanks guys, I used longer setscrews, and I figured out how to use it. I got another 16t pulley off a friend who just acquired a new Xray package from someone else a few hours ago, so he had a spare. the new layshaft is probably a worthy upgrade, especially on carpet, I never used the front one way layshaft action anyways. My car is on the way to being fully hopped up! My car has: Alu. C hubs full set, front and rear, solid layshaft, roll center bridge, blade swaybar... I want to add the spring steel wheel hubs, the full set, possibly the new bulkheads, the 1.77 pulleys, and that's about it.
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How big of a difference does the 3mm rear belt make over the 4mm?
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Old 02-28-2004, 07:06 AM   #6268
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ITs loose at high speed-a little, great in transition and pretty good at the low speed tight corners. Just need to figure out how to keep the butt under it in the fast >90 turns.
lay the rear shocks down 1 hole, it should get rid of that high speed push, then stiffen the rear dampening to get some turn in.

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The chassis is so stiff, yet only 2.6mm thick that I ran the ultra flex top deck to save weight. With the ultra stiff topdeck-its gonna be stupid stiff.
the benefits of running the stiffer upperdeck far outweigh the weight difference between the flexible and stiff upper decks.
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There is a new products releases from Xray. In case you have not seen it, pls visit my website (signature below) and download the microsoft word format for all upcoming new products under `News`.
With all the new hop ups coming down the line, who wouldn't be excited when viewing these things.
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How big of a difference does the 3mm rear belt make over the 4mm?
The smaller belt width helps with freeing up the drivetrain of the car.
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