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Old 08-30-2011, 10:34 PM   #3016
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The Xray Shocks are only 20 billion years old
They really need to update them and make them easier to build
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Old 08-30-2011, 11:14 PM   #3017
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Does anyone know where I can get the tamiya shocks in black?
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Old 08-31-2011, 02:21 AM   #3018
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The Xray Shocks are only 20 billion years old
They really need to update them and make them easier to build
That must be why a t-rex was so quick, it's legs were the same design as xray shocks!
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Old 08-31-2011, 07:51 AM   #3020
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The Xray Shocks are only 20 billion years old
They really need to update them and make them easier to build
i have recently given up on the Xray shocks..

i've opted for the bottom loading design of the Serpent 411 shocks and i doubt i will ever go back to shocks with bladders and foam inserts..
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i have recently given up on the Xray shocks..

i've opted for the bottom loading design of the Serpent 411 shocks and i doubt i will ever go back to shocks with bladders and foam inserts..
Now there is something I will have to investigate.
How are they to build and to achieve rebounds ?
And of course perform on the track ?

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i have recently given up on the Xray shocks..

i've opted for the bottom loading design of the Serpent 411 shocks and i doubt i will ever go back to shocks with bladders and foam inserts..
I rearly don't understand why you guys are having such a brain fade over xray shocks! thay are so easy to build and bleed
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I rearly don't understand why you guys are having such a brain fade over xray shocks! thay are so easy to build and bleed
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Sorry, I have multiple personality disorder
LOL thats brilliant HeHe
come on guys there must be more of you that dont have a problem,
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I rearly don't understand why you guys are having such a brain fade over xray shocks! thay are so easy to build and bleed
I never build 4 shocks and they came the same for me x ray shocks are a nightmare hope someone will post a video or a good tutorial no how to build the xray shocks
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