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Old 02-15-2010, 08:06 PM   #1
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Default What spare parts to bring to track for XRay T2R Pro?

Hey guys,

I just picked up a new T2R Pro, and have to assemble it. I know that most people say that this car is a tank, and rarely breaks, but I wanted to get an idea of what does break so I can carry a few spares since most tracks don't stock XRay parts.

Thanks for your help!
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Hey guys,

I just picked up a new T2R Pro, and have to assemble it. I know that most people say that this car is a tank, and rarely breaks, but I wanted to get an idea of what does break so I can carry a few spares since most tracks don't stock XRay parts.

Thanks for your help!
I would get a set of C Hubs. set of steering blocks. a set of rear hubs and a set of front arms.

Well maybe not all these parts. Xrays are pretty resilient cars. While more like bulletproof. any one of the previously mentioned part could possibly break in a hard crash.

I have had one or two crashes where three parts break. Thats a gooder LOL

Frontarm , steering block and C hub. but this was from a separated board. Quite ugly.

I have also had rear hubs go. from sliding into boards at end of straight.

Gotta keep her off the boards. But the Tekin has too Much Power Captain the Dylithium Crystals are overheating. Captain V 203 has alot of PPPPooowwrr
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