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Old 03-12-2004, 04:36 AM   #6406
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Old 03-12-2004, 06:11 AM   #6407
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I'm sure that you would recognize me. I raced at Pauls track @ boarderlne a few times last year. I'll be making more of an appearance this year. Last year it was traveling to various tracks to see what they were like, but I like pauls size/surface the best. It will be even better now that he's following ROAR rules outside.
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Old 03-12-2004, 06:15 AM   #6408
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Here's my car all completed VERY STIFF!
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Old 03-12-2004, 06:16 AM   #6409
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Hi guys, i just broke my 2.5mm graphite bumper upper holder (301212). I am thinking of replacing it using the composite one (301217) that comes with the T1 Raycer kit. My question is: Are they compatible? Or are there any other stronger aftermarket options to recommend? Thanks.
Yes they are compatible.
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Old 03-12-2004, 06:55 AM   #6411
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Yes they are compatible.
Thanks lots for the info.
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Old 03-12-2004, 11:00 AM   #6412
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I'm sure that you would recognize me. I raced at Pauls track @ boarderlne a few times last year. I'll be making more of an appearance this year. Last year it was traveling to various tracks to see what they were like, but I like pauls size/surface the best. It will be even better now that he's following ROAR rules outside.
I will most likely be racing at Paul's track this summer. Have you been to his indoor track?
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Hi guys, i just broke my 2.5mm graphite bumper upper holder (301212). I am thinking of replacing it using the composite one (301217) that comes with the T1 Raycer kit. My question is: Are they compatible? Or are there any other stronger aftermarket options to recommend? Thanks.
Those break Alot. well i broke like 2 in 1 month
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If you run the plastic bumper holder-its got the mount for the piano wire sway bars and also-if you bend or crack it-you can still use it.

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I will most likely be racing at Paul's track this summer. Have you been to his indoor track?
I did race in there once. Small, but we had fun.
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Those break Alot. well i broke like 2 in 1 month
They are brittle. I've gone away from the graphite in lieu of composite because of that reason. And they are expensive.
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Neil - I broke one as well, bought another and this one is holding up. I think it's due to the aftermarket bumper I put on (the silver one, well, it was silver when it started...now its got dirt and grime soaked into it..LOL) Now there is no shock into the bumper brace and has hold up for over a year now. If this one breaks, I'll get a nice BMI one.
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protc3-any pictures available of the titanium colored chassis?
also wanted to know if the chassis kit comes with battery straps or would I just use original factory ones? Thanks
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protc3-any pictures available of the titanium colored chassis?
also wanted to know if the chassis kit comes with battery straps or would I just use original factory ones? Thanks
I have pix of my car, drop me an email and I'll send them over your way. [email protected]

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Old 03-12-2004, 04:06 PM   #6420
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i have made battery straps that fit the stock evo2 clamping set up but i never offered them for sale due to the difficulty of disassembling the stock ones.i figured the stock ones work great and the ones i made were not any more functional than the stock carbon fiber ones.
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