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Old 11-04-2004, 04:28 PM   #9796
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I just re did the diffs on my car. You only really have to remove one side of the bulkhead to get the diffs out.
Exactly!!! No need to take out the entire front or rear end. I come from 1/8th racing and with the long mains, we always have to find the quickest way to replace or get to stuff with the minimal amount of screws and effort to try to get the car back on the track asap. For the XRAY, one side of the bulkheads is all you need, 7 screws on the front end is all you need, 8 screws for the rear.

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Old 11-04-2004, 04:39 PM   #9797
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where can i find one of these amazing t1 factory kits? my friend says its the shizz. i want to sell my tc3 and get a xray... but where?
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Old 11-04-2004, 04:42 PM   #9798
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where can i find one of these amazing t1 factory kits? my friend says its the shizz. i want to sell my tc3 and get a xray... but where?
you can preorder from speedtech
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Old 11-04-2004, 04:46 PM   #9799
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how much would it cost?
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Old 11-04-2004, 04:58 PM   #9800
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how much would it cost?
you you want the best price is no object A wise OL' BUZZARD once said "if you pay a little you cry alot but if you pay alot you only cry one time!" click for a free ride to speedtech
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where can i find one of these amazing t1 factory kits? my friend says its the shizz. i want to sell my tc3 and get a xray... but where? [/QUO

WWW.RCSHACK.COM $324 In stock and had mine in 2 days
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dado11g, go to the chat lounge and check out my karting thread.
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Old 11-04-2004, 05:14 PM   #9803
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yeah, i aint complaining about the current way it is all put together just saying what could be easier

one Q for all you ladies.....what kinda gearing would you use on a medium sized indoor track on rubbers (HPI b15-40s) with a stock motor..the surface is..well its like a rubbery indoor running track surface..kinda strange

reason i ask is because i never ran stock before (only spec and mod) and i am racing in the winter series in a weeks time so i could do with a starting point
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Old 11-04-2004, 05:22 PM   #9804
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yeah, i aint complaining about the current way it is all put together just saying what could be easier

one Q for all you ladies.....what kinda gearing would you use on a medium sized indoor track on rubbers (HPI b15-40s) with a stock motor..the surface is..well its like a rubbery indoor running track surface..kinda strange

reason i ask is because i never ran stock before (only spec and mod) and i am racing in the winter series in a weeks time so i could do with a starting point
LADIES!!! you insult us then want help ok here is some//// gear up until the motor smokes then go down one tooth
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Old 11-04-2004, 05:30 PM   #9805
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yeah, i aint complaining about the current way it is all put together just saying what could be easier

one Q for all you ladies.....what kinda gearing would you use on a medium sized indoor track on rubbers (HPI b15-40s) with a stock motor..the surface is..well its like a rubbery indoor running track surface..kinda strange

reason i ask is because i never ran stock before (only spec and mod) and i am racing in the winter series in a weeks time so i could do with a starting point
Don Valley? I didnt get a place there so im doing the wirral winter series and jubilee winter series instead..
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Old 11-04-2004, 10:15 PM   #9806
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Car showed up a day early, about halfway thru the build and all I can say is WOW! Car goes together like a dream, parts fit nice, instructions are ULTRA clear....and it just spins....What a sweet car, hopefully complete it tomorrow and possibly make its maden voyage on Saturday
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you you want the best price is no object A wise OL' BUZZARD once said "if you pay a little you cry alot but if you pay alot you only cry one time!" click for a free ride to speedtech
Ha... ha... believe it or not, it's true u know ..... you got bless from the shop owner for the profit you give so your car is doing well.

Anyway... I paid $318 x 2.
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KT hobbies has them for 309 when they get in stock.
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Old 11-05-2004, 02:07 AM   #9809
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How can i get the Fk to have more turn in. Just finished building it and understeer is an understatement. Help me out. My T1 neve pushed this bad, and with a oneway, wow.
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understeer ? use harder damping oil for the rear or twist the rear suspension clock wise ( read the manual for how many "clicks" ).

My problem is rather unique : excessive neutral slide when entering sharp corner ( I doubled the chassis --> 5mm, so maybe that's why ).
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