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Old 11-25-2010, 03:52 PM
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Originally Posted by frank b View Post
the centre hole i thinks was meant for a belt tensioner and there isn't a lot of people running a belt tensioner. so i have placed an aluminum post in its place so the top deck does not compress during a collision but allow flex side to side. adding a post in my testing has tamed the car a little not a lot but just enough, the post was from the t3 original kit.
I tried this and would recommend to everyone running it to look closely at the top deck after installing the post and make sure it isn't bowed up slightly. The post I used was also from the original T3 and although it should be the correct height it was slightly too tall and caused the top deck to flex upward in the middle. Lay the chassis flat on blocks or a setup board and try to slide the post under the top deck towards the front bulkheads and see if it catches on the top deck. If it does the post is too tall and will cause the top deck to bow up.

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Anyone notice anything new? Look for the xray pics.

http://ets.redrc.net/gallery/#
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Originally Posted by EAMotorsports View Post
Anyone notice anything new? Look for the xray pics.

http://ets.redrc.net/gallery/#

Where the camber link hooks to the bulkhead? Holes in the ball cups on them?
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Originally Posted by EAMotorsports View Post
Anyone notice anything new? Look for the xray pics.

http://ets.redrc.net/gallery/#
About time, for the top link mounts.
Though very disapointing to see a Spec-R gear diff still installed, how hard is it for them to make a new mold for the half of the casing from the NT1.

Also, notice that the back of the top deck is cut?
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Old 11-26-2010, 03:16 PM
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Originally Posted by mracer View Post
Where the camber link hooks to the bulkhead? Holes in the ball cups on them?
Yes but the holes in the ball cups I think they have had for a little while. Bulkhead camber link mounts are new.

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About time, for the top link mounts.

Also, notice that the back of the top deck is cut?
Yea thats something that we have done in the past in a pinch to find rear traction quickly. It does work but usually its a little neater than that! LOL

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Old 11-26-2010, 03:41 PM
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Originally Posted by EAMotorsports View Post
Anyone notice anything new? Look for the xray pics.

http://ets.redrc.net/gallery/#
Yes, but I think, for reasons I'd rather not put out here, I think you guys (Drew, you and Paul) are more onto where it should be. The fix I see here is going to hurt them or at least really limit the direction they should be going.
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Old 11-26-2010, 03:52 PM
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uum how do I put this, first night out with the new car and well, performance wasn't as great as I had hoped.... I won by only 1.3 seconds

#2 also had a 011 and was closing but got caught at the line.
That's all Ritchie...ya you suck!!!! Nice work Welcome to tha ride!!!
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Old 11-26-2010, 05:07 PM
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i have a set already from max carbon and i have been running them for a while now..... they work great ( take a look at the rear of the car) check post 52 sorry i don't have the picture anymore......
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Originally Posted by frank b View Post
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i have a set already from max carbon and i have been running them for a while now..... they work great ( take a look at the rear of the car) check post 52 sorry i don't have the picture anymore......
THose aren't the Max Carbon version though are they.

Perhaps Xray are working on their own.

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Originally Posted by Skiddins View Post
THose aren't the Max Carbon version though are they.

Perhaps Xray are working on their own.

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They are the Xray ones. The other ones only have 2 holes in them I think and you cant make the link super long like with the xray ones.

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That's all Ritchie...ya you suck!!!! Nice work Welcome to tha ride!!!
the car has a whole nuther feel to it from what I've been running the past few years, its super smooth feeling and planted for the most part, we race in a old airplane hanger, temp outside was in the 20s, 40s inside, carpet temp was 44, and sweep 32's after a 6 minute run were a whooping 56 degrees. but still the car felt great.
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Nice..can't wait to see them as options. Also an aluminum steering bell crank as well? It would be cool if they could make it with quick tune ackerman from each post, either way nice. Is that a new upper deck?

I'm putting my car together now and it's a real treat. As always Xray goes together perfect and attention to every detail. It's a work of art. It will be great to get the future options I like as well.

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My favorite part is seeing both servo posts being used with an LRP esc and the receiver and esc flat on the chassis!
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Originally Posted by andrewdoherty View Post
My favorite part is seeing both servo posts being used with an LRP esc and the receiver and esc flat on the chassis!

I think I can put my Futaba on it's side and get the Tekin mounted. Not much room though.

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Old 11-27-2010, 01:44 AM
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Originally Posted by EAMotorsports View Post
Anyone notice anything new? Look for the xray pics.

http://ets.redrc.net/gallery/#
im I the only one who noticed the extra stiffener in the front of the topdeck ?



Originally Posted by RCknight View Post
Is that because of the micro receiver or was the server pushed forward? Otherwise, I think I can put my Futaba on it's side and get the Tekin mounted. Not much room though.
you dont need a micro reciver to put both a tekin and the reciver flat. i was able to put my Sanwa 801 servo in the short servomount hole. and runs a sanwa 2.4 ghz reciver (old version) and a tekin. only problem is that you are not able to use all the motor movement. but i can gear 5.0 with a 106 tooth spurgear. i dont think i need more in a 17.5 boosted class
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