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Old 05-13-2012, 10:50 AM
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Lower it enough and I will be buying it.
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Lower it enough and I will be buying it.
Make an offer, worst I can say is no.
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Old 05-13-2012, 10:57 AM
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Make an offer, worst I can say is no.
I hear ya. I'm weird I might enjoy paying more to get to build it so I'm not sure you would love my offer. Ha ha.
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I am buying shock rebuild parts, What is the preferred setup for asphalt low membrane w short foam, tall membrane and low or tall foam, no foam insert?
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Old 05-13-2012, 11:58 AM
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I must be moving up in the world for FRED to mention my name
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I am buying shock rebuild parts, What is the preferred setup for asphalt low membrane w short foam, tall membrane and low or tall foam, no foam insert?
Low membrane, no foam
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Old 05-13-2012, 07:47 PM
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Talking ECS Before and After, no more "CHATTER"

Heres a quick before and after video with the ECS Drive Shafts installed for anyone considering upgrading.....


BEFORE=

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8QmD...&feature=g-upl

AFTER=

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kb2Mx...&feature=g-upl
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Old 05-13-2012, 07:54 PM
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Have not had a chance to weigh it yet, but running TEKIN RSPRO and Tekin Redline 17.5 with lipo how much if any weight will i have to add if make it legal for sanctioned events? (rough estimate)

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Originally Posted by FiremanKen View Post
Have not had a chance to weigh it yet, but running TEKIN RSPRO and Tekin Redline 17.5 with lipo how much if any weight will i have to add if make it legal for sanctioned events? (rough estimate)

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I have about 50 grams added to mine. 30 gram Xray center weight and two 10 gram Xray weights on the electronics side to balance out with a 318 gram Revtech lipo.
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XRAY released some Option Parts
Attached Thumbnails Xray T3 2012-xr-302167.jpg   Xray T3 2012-xr-303167.jpg   Xray T3 2012-xr-302525.jpg   Xray T3 2012-xr-306220.jpg  
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XRAY released some Option Parts
Ok thanks hopefully nexus racing or a main has them in stock!
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Originally Posted by FiremanKen View Post
Heres a quick before and after video with the ECS Drive Shafts installed for anyone considering upgrading.....


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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H8QmD...&feature=g-upl

AFTER=

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kb2Mx...&feature=g-upl
I only have a 2011, but I took my escs out after about half a year of use and put the stocks back in. In my experience, the escs remove some of the chatter up until the point that the cross pin oblongs the holes in the cage. Then the escs have more play and are even worse than the stock joints. I'm not really a fan of the expensive esc replacement parts and the need for their maintenance. They sure do help initially though. If the pins were sized up the escs would be an amazing upgrade part.

An esc or another joint design should be in the stock kit, as the current stock joints provide an unreasonable amount of chatter, but that's another discussion.
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I'm running the same ECS shafts in my open brushless class car for 2 years now. I keep them clean and greased and replace the pins when the look worn. I cant fault them for wear. One of the best upgrades I put on my T3.
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T3 ordered, though of course it's on backorder.
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