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Old 10-04-2010, 08:46 PM   #361
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Is there a foam version?
I could of sworn the RCA price list had a US version listed....
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Old 10-04-2010, 08:51 PM   #362
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I could of sworn the RCA price list had a US version listed....
My bad! Sorry. Man this Xray thread is a little stuffy!
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Old 10-04-2010, 09:05 PM   #363
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Well fix your mistake, buy another car and f off and stop posting then

Simple and easy done
Don't know that it is gonna happen but we can only hope.
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Old 10-04-2010, 09:18 PM   #364
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This thread is getting bad. Lets just be happy that xray is progressive and keeps on making improvements to their already awesome car.
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Old 10-04-2010, 09:24 PM   #365
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This thread is getting bad. Lets just be happy that xray is progressive and keeps on making improvements to their already awesome car.
Yeh, you have to sort through a lot of crap to find anything informative. Not sure if RCKnight is intentionally creating trouble or if he is just simply that stupid but either way this thread is ruined by him alone.
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Old 10-05-2010, 01:45 AM   #366
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I've seen a few pics of Pro diver car's where they counter sunk the screws in the upper deck. Drew can you comment on why they never seem do this with the production kits? Just curious if there is a reason the Pros do it. Does it help with chassis tweaking or not?
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Old 10-05-2010, 02:11 AM   #367
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This thread is getting bad. Lets just be happy that xray is progressive and keeps on making improvements to their already awesome car.
Just remove me, it's easier, you won't get all angry and offended when I point out features. Should I go on about the 2 cent looking battery holder? lol Ok, I'll shut up.
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Old 10-05-2010, 02:18 AM   #368
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Just remove me, it's easier, you won't get all angry and offended when I point out features. Should I go on about the 2 cent looking battery holder? lol Ok, I'll shut up.
wat car do u drive anyway ? u was posting stuff on the tamyia thread

xray is a good car

please stop whinning on here coz no one cares wat u think ...
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I dont know what is worse. RcKnights annoying posts or someone posting like it's a text message.
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I've seen a few pics of Pro diver car's where they counter sunk the screws in the upper deck. Drew can you comment on why they never seem do this with the production kits? Just curious if there is a reason the Pros do it. Does it help with chassis tweaking or not?
My understanding behind the countersunk screws is to prevent tweaking. However, Xray used to countersink topdeck screws on their older cars but stopped because if the holes are not lined up perfectly the countersunk screws could induce some tweak before you even hit the track. Hope that makes sense/helps.
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My understanding behind the countersunk screws is to prevent tweaking. However, Xray used to countersink topdeck screws on their older cars but stopped because if the holes are not lined up perfectly the countersunk screws could induce some tweak before you even hit the track. Hope that makes sense/helps.
thanks, that makes sense.
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Is there a foam version?
Here are the part numbers for the two versions:

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T3 2011 EU SPEC. US SPEC.


Xray will be releasing the final details of the updates to the T3 soon.

Here are the part numbers for the new cars.

#300017 EU Spec
#300018 US Spec

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Just remove me, it's easier, you won't get all angry and offended when I point out features. Should I go on about the 2 cent looking battery holder? lol Ok, I'll shut up.
No, 2 cent battery holders? Your looking at the TCX!

The Xray battery holders work fine, what are you talking about? Buy the car, shut up, and race it! The Xray is dialed, way more than the Tamiya on so many levels. I have both, ran both.
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Thanks guys. As I said, I don't replace cars very often [this will be the first time in 4 years upgrading my electric TC], so money's not as big of a focus as longevity and performance. If there's no noticeable negative effect on performance, I'll get the rear brace when I order my kit.

Thanks again.
If you tend to take hard hits for whatever reason ... look at

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With the Bumper being a little larger you should have a ball end hex wrench on hand to remove the bottom shock screw.
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Old 10-05-2010, 10:16 AM   #375
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Default T3 2011 Specs Downloadable Files

The manual, setup book, etc .. are available

Their is a T1/T2/T3/T3'11 Parts Cross Reference Table that is particularly interesting ...

http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/new...loadable Files
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