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Old 10-05-2010, 10:31 AM
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Guys if you have question about the new car please post on the RCAmerica thread, there will be helpful and useful answer's there.

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Old 10-05-2010, 06:56 PM
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Originally Posted by ByteStream
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
Lots of info there, especially the Parts Cross Reference Table..
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Old 10-05-2010, 07:21 PM
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Initially there was a possibility for both an EU and US version, but with most of the racing focusing on rubber tire, there will only be one version of the 2011 Spec kit, #300017. The demand was almost exclusively for the rubber tire kits, even here in the US, so XRAY simplified the offering.

Unfortunately, that change was after our last price list update, so I will need to send out an update to our dealers to remove the previous US kit listing!

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Old 10-06-2010, 03:17 AM
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the car really looks good. the best innovation for me, is that the new top deck! looks very similar (the front part that is) to the hop up top deck for the 008/009 asphalt version which produced more grip...
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A modified T3 2011 setup sheet with a comments box that can be filled in with editors such as CutePDF.

T3 2011 Setup Sheet with Editable Comments Box

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Old 10-06-2010, 09:49 AM
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If X-Ray would come out with a set of golf clubs...

Now THAT would be something
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Originally Posted by Dondor
If X-Ray would come out with a set of golf clubs...

Now THAT would be something
Noted..
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Is the setup on a T3 a good starting point to set up the T3 2011?
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Old 10-06-2010, 11:19 AM
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Originally Posted by yumlailai
Is the setup on a T3 a good starting point to set up the T3 2011?
Yes it will be. You will just have to see where you like the ackermen at. I have ran it from 1mm shim to 4mm shims. It is something you can really fine tune the car with. On carpet I ran 1mm shim, on asphalt I ran 1-4mm and like the way 4mm felt.

Check out the RCAmerica thread on here all the team guys are there, if you have anymore question.

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Old 10-06-2010, 05:13 PM
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Originally Posted by Drew Ellis
Yes it will be. You will just have to see where you like the ackermen at. I have ran it from 1mm shim to 4mm shims. It is something you can really fine tune the car with. On carpet I ran 1mm shim, on asphalt I ran 1-4mm and like the way 4mm felt.

Check out the RCAmerica thread on here all the team guys are there, if you have anymore question.

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Can you compare how the ackermann was with the old system, i.e. 1mm is position 2, 4mm is position 5 etc?

Just a rough guide

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Originally Posted by Skiddins
Can you compare how the ackermann was with the old system, i.e. 1mm is position 2, 4mm is position 5 etc?

Just a rough guide

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I have not fulley checked it against a T3, you for sure can't go as forward as the old one. 1mm is like running the bearing back and the ackermann piece all the way back and if there was a middle whole on the steering block.. You can run more ackermann with the new steering system.

I will see if Martin can put something up on this.

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Drew: kick Martin about a shock build video he has been promising on the xray forum too I like the look of the new bladders
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Originally Posted by JayL
Drew: kick Martin about a shock build video he has been promising on the xray forum too I like the look of the new bladders
Yes I know, I think Paul is going to be doing one.

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Looking for ceramic thrust bearings, for best price? Can't seem to find them anywhere. None at speedtech. Thanks.

Drew nice to see the T3'11 come with steel front cvds. Is this correct? Also any chance we will see aluminum steering as an option?
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Looking for ceramic thrust bearings, for best price? Can't seem to find them anywhere. None at speedtech. Thanks.
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