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Old 03-31-2004, 09:46 AM   #1
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Default X-ray T1 Raycer Hop-Ups

I own a X-ray T1 raycer and I am asking what you think will be the best hop-ups for it?

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low ratio pully set and carpet top deck
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You mean stiff upper deck. One made from carpet would really suck on there. Then there's the keeping it clean and your wife complains about the color.

The spring steel outdrives are nice as well. Really only need them up front.

Track time is for sure the best hop-up you can get though.
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I would try the Short A-Arms, one Raycer (get it? ) up here uses the short arms on his car with great success.
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What is the effect of the short arms?
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I would say springs and a front one way.
I find the stock springs way too stiff for tarmac ..I've kicked ass with this setup.
otherwise it's good to have the stiff upperdeck.

Except for different gearing options i don't think there is any gain from using the low ratio pulleys.

The short arms will be very expensive to convert.
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