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Old 06-17-2004, 12:03 AM   #7441
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dont know the part number of the shocks but they are all the same size now. go to teamxray.com and pull up the parts list.
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Thats the problem they have about 6 different part #s......long shocks in the rear......short in the front....... indexed piston rods.... threaded style......It makes no since at all if your trying to find out which kit comes with which shocks.......I converted a T1mini which has the same shocks at all four corners.....and Im trying to find out if the Factory kit has the same........
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I think they are the same as the T1M.
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Old 06-17-2004, 01:35 AM   #7445
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yeah all the shocks are now the same size(evo2/T1R/Factory/T1M)

the old evo had short front and long rear but no they are all compatiable.

there is only one type of shock shaft but there are plastic threaded bodies and aluminum bodies.

factory kit bulkhead part # /// 30 2001

it is on the xray website
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Old 06-17-2004, 03:21 AM   #7446
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Old 06-17-2004, 03:31 AM   #7447
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Hey Joneser.........Check your PM's
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where can someone get those 130 or 132 spur gears?
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where can someone get those 130 or 132 spur gears?
I would go to PRS's to start .

PRS Website
And see about distributers. They are quieter than any other gears I have owned.


BWT-Heres a pic of the FK bulkheads that JOneser is selling. Notice how much material they took off and the new mid-roll center holes that allow finer adjustment of roll, anti-squat and anti-dive. And there cousins-Pro-Squat and kick-up!!
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your factory kit only comes with c hubs. and as far as setting, what will you be running foam\rubber, carpet\concrete\asphalt?
i know it comes only with c-hub, but i saw xray has PB too. eheheheh
i will run it with rubber tyre n on aspalt
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i know it comes only with c-hub, but i saw xray has PB too. eheheheh
i will run it with rubber tyre n on aspalt
the T1fk will not accomodate the pillow ball suspension. This is because the bulkheads have been lightened and do not have the mounting holes for the PB suspension. I actaully started with the box setup and worked fairly well on asphalt. I would start there
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Thanks Ray I couldnt remember their website
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Thanks Ray I couldnt remember their website
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Default Hi all, just wondering if this is normal...

I'm currently building my T1 Kit and I hope i'm overlooking something.

Page 10, mid page... where the you mount the lower suspension holders to the bulkheads... I have 1 Plastic one with no aluminum nut (belongs to the right of the car)... 2 Holders that take an aluminum nut (both of these terminate on one end where the kingpin goes through)... and then i have 1 more holder which requires an aluminum nut, but the kingping is able to slide right through the hole ( there is no termination on one side.... just a hole)...

Please let me know where this belongs... or if i should contact xray for a new part...

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