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Old 08-17-2011, 08:51 AM   #31
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I've tried T3+Exotek Chassis on very tight Carpet Track Over my BananaFX and It felt like Block of Wooden Block With 4 Tyres!
I want my CEFX back
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I've tried T3+Exotek Chassis on very tight Carpet Track Over my BananaFX and It felt like Block of Wooden Block With 4 Tyres!
I want my CEFX back
Wow!
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what are part #'s if I already own a griffen 12. Standoffs and chassis?
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^^^^^^^^^^^^this guy doesnt make them look like a block of wood although the CEFX evo is super smooth
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this guy doesnt make them look like a block of wood although the CEFX evo is super smooth
Thanks man, normally I never comment on posts on other chassis threads but I felt compelled to do so with what "yokemad" wrote. Just as some others have I too have seen and ran against the lastest EVO at 'birds and c-nats earlier this year and it was impressive to say the least
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Old 08-17-2011, 11:07 AM   #36
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Sorry ,If I was a bit rude About Xray Cars
car may felt like that because of the Super tight & Small Track or conditions or Exotek Chassis cos one of my Friend Had a similar experience with that Chassis and Thinks I should use Xray Chassis for the best Result... I used To Run stock T3 before Cefx and never had a that bad Handling or Cornering...
I received CSO Chassis and dual Steering Today Fingers Crossed

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Thanks man, normally I never comment on posts on other chassis threads but I felt compelled to do so with what "yokemad" wrote. Just as some others have I too have seen and ran against the lastest EVO at 'birds and c-nats earlier this year and it was impressive to say the least
When Josh first separated from TOP and started promoting the Evolution, I thought that he would end up making a conversion based on the other heavy hitters. Namely the T3 and the 416. Maybe the Associated as well. I was pretty sure we would see a T3 based EVO, but I think its probably enough to design a conversion for one kit much less three or four. Anyway I figure eventually he will have his own full kit and it will borrow from nothing else. Not even the Photon, the product of his own labor. Of course its all supposition and I am sure eventually we will see his next step. I get the feeling he has to wake up in the middle of the night and draw on napkins to keep from losing ideas.
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For those of you that don't look around the CEFX shops site, There is a CEFX / Xray chassis so you have a alternative to the others that are out there.
So far from my first runs on the chassis have been extremely good, this has been on carpet, medium to high bite, I'm using the stiffer of the two offerings. I'm fairly certain that Mr. Yokemad will have enough steering then. I had to dial a lot out after switching chassis.

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PS: The servo is turned or standard, it doesn't have the ear on the outside because it will drag. Also it sub 87mm wide.

http://www.cefxspeedshop.net/?mainUR..._T3_Parts.html
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hey josh did you get my PM i did hear back from u yet?
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For those of you that don't look around the CEFX shops site, There is a CEFX / Xray chassis so you have a alternative to the others that are out there.
So far from my first runs on the chassis have been extremely good, this has been on carpet, medium to high bite, I'm using the stiffer of the two offerings. I'm fairly certain that Mr. Yokemad will have enough steering then. I had to dial a lot out after switching chassis.

Check it out:

PS: The servo is turned or standard, it doesn't have the ear on the outside because it will drag. Also it sub 87mm wide.

http://www.cefxspeedshop.net/?mainUR..._T3_Parts.html
Yep had a chance to hold it in my hands at the Nats in Jackson a few weeks back. Pretty slick!
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any chance on part #'s to convert my current griffen? Chassis, stand off's etc?Please
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Pics and info coming soon guys. Sorry it's taking so long but working a regular job plus CEFX stuff and keeping wife/kids happy has slowed down some of my progress. A lot is nearly complete now so I will be dumping loads of pics, info, prices, etc out of here very soon...
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Old 08-23-2011, 01:03 PM   #44
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Hey Guys,

It's all starting to come together now. The new CEFX shopping site is up, running and taking orders - We still have some bugs with the UPS shipping but it's functional for USPS.

New items:

We just launched our new 1/10 oval car - Xanthos

Up on the site also is the new Xray T3'11 chassis and top decks.

Griffin 10 shopping area worked on a little and more work tonight - Same goes for Griffin 12. Tomorrow, we should have all the Griffin stuff updated.

LOADS MORE COMING SOON!!

Check it out:

www.cefx.net
www.cefxspeedshop.com

Back to work!
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Hey Josh, any thoughts on doing stuff for the TC6 like chassis, top deck, bumpers etc. ?
You know what would be cool would be a steering rack coversion, either dual arm or a slider like the TC3.
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