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Old 08-01-2010, 03:10 PM   #76
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Thanks, Wingracer you beat me to it
Thanks for that, Jonrg do you have them in stock or do we pre order them and wait for stock to arrive ?? I thinking of ordering a front pair for my T2 009
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Old 08-01-2010, 03:19 PM   #77
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They are on pre-order. We will be dispatching 15th August.
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Old 08-01-2010, 03:46 PM   #78
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If you only use them at the fronts (in a NT1) will the car have more steering?

And what for material are the NT1 shafts made off, because with my new engine I started breaking the hudy steel cvd's in the rear.
Currently using dogbones, they seem to hold up.
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Old 08-01-2010, 06:50 PM   #79
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What lengths will the photon ones be? 46 / 44.5 or 46 / 44?

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Old 08-02-2010, 01:59 AM   #80
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Ok, I've sorted out why there is a price difference. The UK price is 87.96 if you convert that to dollars it comes out at about $138, but the UK price includes VAT. For the US market we are not allowed to charge you guys VAT so we have to take 17.5% off the UK price, if you then do the conversion it comes out at $110.74.

So when you order make sure you use the correct currency, there is a check box at the top of the page for different currencies.
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Please tell me you can ship to Aus
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Please tell me you can ship to Aus
X2. Even if i have to pay in Us dollars i want some of these.
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Old 08-02-2010, 03:04 AM   #83
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Yep, we'll ship just about anywhere.
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DS Modelsport you have a PM
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For the TC5 CVS axles your description has "This will require an Xray Hex to complete."

Is the Xray Hex being referred to the Aluminum wheel hub that the wheel mounts to?

Do the Associated TC5 CVA plastic blades fit on the end that connects to the diff or should Xray blades be used for this?
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For the TC5 CVS axles your description has "This will require an Xray Hex to complete."

Is the Xray Hex being referred to the Aluminum wheel hub that the wheel mounts to?

Do the Associated TC5 CVA plastic blades fit on the end that connects to the diff or should Xray blades be used for this?

The axle has been changed to use an Xray hex, normal TC5 steering hubs and normal TC5 blades. The reason for this is that it uses a 2mm hex drive pin rather than a 1/16th and the shaft diameter is 4.94mm rather than 4.0mm.
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1/8th scale, will it be on-road or off-road or both?
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1/8th scale, will it be on-road or off-road or both?
We're working towards both, but it wll be a while yet before anything else is released.
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Old 08-03-2010, 06:59 AM   #89
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Just a note for the Xray owners.

The 'Front's' appear to be equivalent to the 52mm driveshafts and those on the Litemodz site as 'Rears' are 50mm

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Damien, we do a 52mm or a 50mm Front and a 50mm Rear
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