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Old 05-25-2004, 06:45 PM   #7111
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through the belt...over the top deck? How is the chassis working out. Run on carpet yet?
yep, Exactly how it is. No unfortunetly I havent..
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No need to change the shock mounts, although the carpet front mount will be needed on carpet.
http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/pro...&kategoria=857
tanx a bundle, i was sure i was going to buy the rear shock towers, now i wont have to, also, it frees up some more funds. I also like the FOC rear shock towers better than that of the FK.

handling wise, what can u say about the three set-ups, pillow ball, long arms, short arms.
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Old 05-25-2004, 08:05 PM   #7113
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Actually Ariel, mine aren't going through the belt at all.

Joneser, I have a long jumper wire between each side that goes over the topdeck and belt. The packs can just slide in through their respective sides. It's not a hassle at all once you figure that out (Thank you Mr. Cyrul!!!).
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UPDATE

Hello guys....I have a little shameless plug for you. P-Dub Racing Products has just released an all new racing bumper for the Xray sedans. The bumper is a direct replacement bumper that is lighter, stiffer and wider for added protection.

P-Dub Racing will also be releasing the very sought after team replica racing chassis for the new T1 Factory Kit. The chassis will be 3mm thick with the same exact battery placement as the team chassis http://www.rctech.net/events/roarcar...ar_cyrul_1.jpg The chassis is also gauranteed to be stiffer than any chassis currently out there including the 4mm team chassis....More details to come.

Bumpers are currently in stock and the new chassis is scheduled for late June. Bumpers will also be available at the Reedy Race this weekend.

www.pdubracing.com

Thanks for your time and good luck to all of Team Xray attending the Reedy Race.
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Old 05-25-2004, 09:04 PM   #7115
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Hey, anybody else know a good place online to buy an Xray kit, specifically the T1R, with a GREAT price and great customer service?
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Old 05-25-2004, 09:07 PM   #7116
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Hey everybody,

Just wondering if anyone could give me a complete list of all the bearings on the T1R. I'm replacing them all, and I can't make sense of the parts list because they list more than the stock bearings, and I can't tell which is which. So if somebody could lend me a hand with what sizes and how many of each size I'll need, I'd greatly appreciate it. Thanks!
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Old 05-25-2004, 09:15 PM   #7117
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Most places like Acer or Boca sell bearing kits for each of the various cars. It's probably cheaper to buy the kit than specify each bearing individually.
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Hey, anybody else know a good place online to buy an Xray kit, specifically the T1R, with a GREAT price and great customer service?
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Old 05-25-2004, 09:41 PM   #7119
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I like www.ashfordhobby.com

Although, www.stormerhobbies.com is nice too. Prices are close, but Ashford's cheaper on some things and Stormer's cheaper on others.

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Old 05-25-2004, 10:00 PM   #7120
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Hey, anybody else know a good place online to buy an Xray kit, specifically the T1R, with a GREAT price and great customer service?
Just buy Joneser's. Its new, never assembled. PM him here.

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Old 05-25-2004, 10:53 PM   #7121
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Thanks for the response, I guess I should rephrase my question into what Xray part numbers do I need to replace all the bearings. I'm plenty happy with stock Xray bearings, so that's what I'm looking to get again.
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Just wanted to put my two cents in. I have been running the T1 for about 7 weeks straight now and I am totally amazed. Hands down the best touring car I have ever driven. Reacts so good to every little change that is made. Not to mention it is the prettiest car out there. Amazing craftsmanship. Thanks Hudy!!
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skibum989 - It'll be in you Xray instruction manual most likely.
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Just wanted to put my two cents in. I have been running the T1 for about 7 weeks straight now and I am totally amazed. Hands down the best touring car I have ever driven. Reacts so good to every little change that is made. Not to mention it is the prettiest car out there. Amazing craftsmanship. Thanks Hudy!!
i agree. i've had mine for one month now and two races, and all i can say is that its fantastic!!! things i never did with my other cars, i can do now with the xray, e. g. setting up for an overtaking manouver.
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Thanks for the response, I guess I should rephrase my question into what Xray part numbers do I need to replace all the bearings. I'm plenty happy with stock Xray bearings, so that's what I'm looking to get again.
try this list:

309010 MR74ZZ 4x7x2.5
309020 MR85ZZ 5x8x2.5
309035 MR95ZZ 5x9x3
309045 MR106ZZ 6x10x3
309054 10x15x4
309072 carbide ball bearing axial F3-8 3x8x3.5

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