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Old 02-20-2012, 04:51 AM   #181
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yes! you did get the correct ones. We stopped making the ones above, they are too easy to bend.

the ones you got are 2 grams lighter than the stock ones eaCH.
Ok, thank you. I will be going to the Hurricane race in Indy this saturday and will give them a try there. I will be sure to report my results.
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Old 02-20-2012, 10:55 AM   #182
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Just sent in the report of my first go.
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Old 02-26-2012, 06:04 AM   #183
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Old 02-26-2012, 07:13 AM   #184
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Driver here from Sydney wanting to have a go at your products, T3'12.
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Old 02-26-2012, 10:59 PM   #186
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Old 02-27-2012, 09:40 AM   #187
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Got the chance to try out my 416 parts on saturday. i sent in my report to R1werks, but I wanted to come on here and say how pleased i am with them. I had a problem with the cross joint working loose once, but that was not an issue with the beta parts. What was nice was, the open design allowed me to fix the joint without having to remove it from the car. They took a few hits too and no sign of bending. Looking forward to the chance to try the dcj's.
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Hi there, I'm David from Spain. My car is the XRAY T3 '11. Could I maybe test some parts for my car too? I will be pleased for that

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Anybody using the mini axles from R1? How deep do the pins sit in your aluminium hexes? I have two sets of axles that the axle pin does not sit deep enough into the hexes I have tried. I thought that I had explained this well enough to Steve, but I don't think that he is understanding what I am telling him in the e-mails or pics I have sent him.
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any parts for the top photon wud like to test them

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Anybody using the mini axles from R1? How deep do the pins sit in your aluminium hexes? I have two sets of axles that the axle pin does not sit deep enough into the hexes I have tried. I thought that I had explained this well enough to Steve, but I don't think that he is understanding what I am telling him in the e-mails or pics I have sent him.

i too found it quite hard to push the wheel hex onto the pin/axle. mine were about maybe 1/3 grabbing on the pin
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i too found it quite hard to push the wheel hex onto the pin/axle. mine were about maybe 1/3 grabbing on the pin
This is exactly the same problem I am having. Steve has told me that they moved the pinhole further inwards to eliminate some of the slop between the pin and the bearing. What I can't seem to make him understand is that he needs to shorten the bearing shaft the same amount so that the hex will fully seat over the pin. They have not shortened the distance from the bottom of the pinhole to the end of the bearing shaft. The pic below shows the difference.
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Old 03-15-2012, 08:41 PM   #195
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This is exactly the same problem I am having. Steve has told me that they moved the pinhole further inwards to eliminate some of the slop between the pin and the bearing. What I can't seem to make him understand is that he needs to shorten the bearing shaft the same amount so that the hex will fully seat over the pin. They have not shortened the distance from the bottom of the pinhole to the end of the bearing shaft. The pic below shows the difference.

obviously shift in the hole position to reduce the slop didnt work as i still had to use shims between the pin and bearing
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