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Old 10-23-2004, 10:47 PM
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looking for places on-line to buy X-ray parts, anyone know of any good places to get parts? Thanks in advance.
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Old 10-23-2004, 10:51 PM
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Hi, here are some places I use:

www.precisionrc.com
www.kthobbies.com
www.stormerhobbies.com
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Old 10-23-2004, 10:52 PM
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I have ordered hundreds in spare parts for my fk From www.thercshack.com without any problems SUPER fast shipping and really nice people.Kt hobbies and speedtech are also good choices.
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Old 10-23-2004, 10:57 PM
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ive order heaps of stuff from stormer and there always fast and reliable
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where can i get the bearing cap?
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Doyou mean the end of the Eccentric shaft? Part #302070 (Ecentric Nylon Hub For Bulkhead + Covers) try www.kthobbies.com, I found it there for $3.99 US

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im talking about the bearing cap thats on the upper where the servo saver thing gos to
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Old 10-24-2004, 03:23 AM
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Whats the spring compatibility like on the Xray's?

Reason I ask, I just purchased a bunch of new Losi springs for my XXX-S G+ but have decided on moving to an Xray, but i'd like to use the springs I have on my new Xray (i dont have the xray yet..).

The Losi springs are 1inch on-road springs, can you see any problems with them working on the Xray?
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Old 10-24-2004, 03:51 AM
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Originally posted by mazmorbid
Hi, I just wanted to let you guys know about some parts I ordered from Precision RC :

302205 Xray ACKERMANN EXTENSION PLATE (2) for T1/Evo2/R/FK 8.85
301111 Xray Extra Rigid Chassis (XRC) - Graphite 3.5mm for T1/Evo2/R/FK 85.95
302096 Xray SHOCK TOWER FRONT - FACTORY KIT for T1/Evo2/R/FK 14.65
301163 Xray Upper Deck - Wide for T1/Evo2/R/FK 23.15
302288 Xray COMPOSITE C-HUB FRONT BLOCK, LEFT - MEDIUM - CASTER 6 for T1/Evo2/R/FK 3.35
302286 Xray COMPOSITE C-HUB FRONT BLOCK, RIGHT - MEDIUM - CASTER 6 for T1/Evo2/R/FK 3.35
301220 Xray FOAM BUMPER for T1/Evo2/R/FK 4.25
303093 Xray SHOCK TOWER REAR - 2.5 MM GRAPHITE (FACTORY KIT) for T1/Evo2/R/FK 18.35
301201 Xray IMPACT ABSORBING FRONT BUMPER for T1/Evo2/R/FK 4.25

I was surprised they had all this in stock, and even more surprised at their customer service, someone by the name of James replied to my order within a few hours, I made payment, and the same day it was shipped to me.
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I have ordered from them before. Good service.
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hey guys, looking at the xrc chassis, it looks like xray lowered the bulkheads more then 1mm. one of the guys at our track converted his FK to the xrc chassis and the motor sits below the bottom line of the chassis now.
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Old 10-24-2004, 04:31 AM
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wht spur/pinion is he running?

because even on the normal chassis when i ran a 93 spur outside with a 30t pinion the motor sat below the chassis so we went to a 90t spur.
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Old 10-24-2004, 06:02 AM
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Are these the new short arms that work on the T1 FK?

Or are all 'c' hub type arms suitable for the FK?
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Hi, I think these are for the older T1, Evo2 etc, the new T1 FK has shorter arms.
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Originally posted by XrayMan
Are these the new short arms that work on the T1 FK?

Or are all 'c' hub type arms suitable for the FK?
Xrayman- That is the C-Hub conversion kit for the T1 or EVO 2. They are what comes with the Freedom of Choice Car. They are the long arms...

Factory Kit all short arms.

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