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Old 09-14-2004, 09:57 AM   #1
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How good is this car comparied with other elec. touring cars. I was planning on getting the t1fk but, i am not really an "electric_guy". so maybe this will suffice for the winter and i can get back to gas next year.

how does it compare to the other xray cars. xray seem to have quite a bit and i dont know what order they go in, where is this one in the family of xray touring cars?


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Old 09-14-2004, 10:07 AM   #2
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Here you go this might help a little.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthre...54#post1095054
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dude I love my EVO2 Freedom of choice. It is with out a dout 1 of of the best handling cars right out of the box. I was a tc3 man for a while but after i got mine by accident.... well let say the tc3ft is up for sale. I wont say it 's better then the fk but it holds it own quite nicely. Once you set it up it corners like it's on rails!!!!! note to mention lot of speed!!!! Good luck and nice choice
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The T1 Factory Kit is a updated EVO2. You'll eventually have to buy all the updates to keep up with the T1FK. Here is a link showing the differences between the EVO2 and the FK.

http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/pro...?kategoria=111
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thanks for the input. this is very helpful!
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The T1 Factory Kit is a updated EVO2. You'll eventually have to buy all the updates to keep up with the T1FK. Here is a link showing the differences between the EVO2 and the FK.

http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/pro...?kategoria=111
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From the first Xray i bought (T1R) i saw great handling out of box compared to any other kit i bought. I now have 2 T1R, FK, Evo 2. Me for one love the T1R. I have found that the FK is awesome but its not mine, lol. But thats probably my next Xray kit is an FK for myself.

I have had TC3/Losi XXXS/ Pro4/ Tamiya EVO III/ and if i compared them to any Xray i would have to put them under an Xray.

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do electric touring cars do well with foam tires?
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it depends on what material you race on

on mine most of us use TRC purple/plaid front
and purple back
our track is super tight and uses ozite from clandra
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would it be hard to upgrade the evo2 to the fk? has anyone done this?
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Are rumors true about a new X-Ray shaft car? I was looking for a new TC too and was kinda eyeing the TC4, T1 X-ray Evo 2, Shumacher MI2, & latest Corally. I have a new XXX-SG+ that's been collecting dust (for sale on Ebay ) Then i saw the new Losi JRXS....I guess my decision is made. JRXS!!
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I highly doubt that xray would come out with a new car so soon after just releasing the t1fk a couple of months ago, But you never know.
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I highly doubt that xray would come out with a new car so soon after just releasing the t1fk a couple of months ago, But you never know.
I will suggest to wait until the world's as more new cars will be out and after hearing from a good source a shaft xray will be on the money.
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Are the diffs still built the same as the original T1? Specifically the thurst bearing,(the thick washer with the balls mounted in it). Mine always got "gritty" after a short time, just wondering if they changed anything on it.
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would it be hard to upgrade the evo2 to the fk? has anyone done this?
not hard at all I changed mine and it is very fast on the track and drives very smooth. I do run on alphalt and Im running a carpet set up on rubbers .. I have also driven xxxs's, tc3's cant believe this car handles like its on a wire...
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