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Old 02-15-2012, 11:59 AM   #1
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Default Anybody have a pic of a xray 2005

found out all the info from everybody so you can erase this if you want.

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Old 02-15-2012, 12:52 PM   #2
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Here is a link to what I would assume is a 05 on Xray's website
http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/pro...AY%20T1FK%2005
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Why not link to the pics the seller posted and we can tell you?
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Why not link to the pics the seller posted and we can tell you?
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Search google images and research that way.

I'm not 100% sure on this. Might just be fk models, so maybe someone will correct. But I believe if it's an 05, it will be set up for a 6 cell on the right side. (like new layout) And all electronics on the other. If its earlier, it's set up for saddle style batts.
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pics erased.got all my answers thank you all.

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This might sound strange but i need a pic of a xray 05 touring car to see if its the same car i ordered.I just order one off ebay and the guy wasnt sure if it was a 2005.If someone could help me out it would be much appreciated.

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Google search xray fk05 pics
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It's a T1 Factory Kit

Check out Xray's site
http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/pro...0FACTORY%20KIT
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Looks like an XRAY T1 Evo or Evo2. Sort of the best of both worlds but in your case it looks like its setup for running saddle packs. They make an adaptor that you can run stick packs but its a little narrow for 2s lipo packs. A little but of dremal work and it will accept them.

Enjoy it! I run a T1 in VTA with stick packs and its great! Very durable and it looks like you have the CNC steering knuckles. I have been trying to find another set for my backup car....
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It's a T1 Factory Kit

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http://www.teamxray.com/teamxray/pro...0FACTORY%20KIT

Thank you very much and to all the other guys who helped.Now i know and know what parts to get.Thank you so much
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If you find a good place for parts post up in the T1 thread. You will rarely break anything but parts can be a bit hard to find.
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Our local Hobby store (Box Kar Hobbies in Cedar Rapids, Iowa) has alot of old T1 parts. I do not know if they ship items, but I see alot of parts on the shelf. Ashford Hobby has alot of Xray parts as well. Does not look like at T1 original but a T1 Evo is what it looks like. The original T1 arms were mounted to the inside of the bulk heads with long arms, not the outside.
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Our local Hobby store (Box Kar Hobbies in Cedar Rapids, Iowa) has alot of old T1 parts. I do not know if they ship items, but I see alot of parts on the shelf. Ashford Hobby has alot of Xray parts as well.
Cool thanks man.If i end up needing parts i'll have to hit one of them up and see if they can do anything for me.thanks for the info.
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