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Old 01-17-2005, 09:14 AM   #76
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retro- with his finger pushing down on the belt how can you make this conclusion.
If you LOOK at the photo you will see that he is not touching the belt ,just zoom in at the photo and see for your self!!
Looks like yourè better at talking than at looking and i am not saying that there wasn`t a prototype before .
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Old 01-17-2005, 09:25 AM   #77
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You guys would flip if you saw James Reilly's car with all the batteries on one side on a SUPER narrow chassis....

Seemed to do ok for him in Cleveland

keep in mind that it'snot just about what side the components are on , but how far off the centerline they are placed.....low mass farther out is the same as high mass closer in as far as balance is concerned and much worse when it comes to moment of inertia...
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Old 01-17-2005, 11:50 AM   #78
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You guys would flip if you saw James Reilly's car with all the batteries on one side on a SUPER narrow chassis.....
yah, its pretty dialed...

never drove it, but he showed me it not too long ago... good job.

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Old 01-17-2005, 01:43 PM   #79
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Here are some pictures from the DHI Cup to feed the rumors.
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Old 01-17-2005, 01:46 PM   #81
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And one more.
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Old 01-17-2005, 01:56 PM   #82
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Windsorguy99:

Hi,

James Reilly's xray is a trick setup. we saw it at Cleveland and at Halo. I wish I had one. he is running mod with it and it looks to be a easy car to drive. I know I fondled it every chance I got.

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Not to sure if I know you but I agree with you about James Xray. makes me want to play around qith the same lay out on a chassis. so far we have pnly run a 350 B.M.I. and a .160 B.M.I. chassis. both are good........... but I'm always looking for a little more for Mini.


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i believe in 3-5 years, computers will be the size of houses!!! And only the extremely wealthy will be able to afford them!!!
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Old 01-17-2005, 02:12 PM   #84
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retro-if you wanted to use anything about that picture to prove its some type of prototype LOOK at the SERVO(it's on the wrong side)
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Man those gray wheels are hurting!
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Here's a picture of Martin Hudy's car from a race in Austria last weekend. It's the car next to Marc's Tamiya.

If you look closely you will see that the layout (battery and motor pstition etc.) of his Xray is pretty close to that of the TRF415 standing next to it.


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i have perfect vision and can clearly see that the motor in on the left side of the car with batteries on the right
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The is from the grape vine the car wil be available in late Feb.
With changes to the main chasis,upper deck,bulk heads.
Also there will be a price increase starting this Thursday with the Euro on the rise all parts will go up so stock up now.
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retro-if you wanted to use anything about that picture to prove its some type of prototype LOOK at the SERVO(it's on the wrong side)
I don't understand what prototype you are talking about but the rumor is of the car looking like a 415/RDX and those pics kinda prove that it's out there.
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Looking good so far. Its tyime for a new Xray I think. Yes-the FK has won ist share of big races now and its far from outdated-but a company like Xray that prides itself on innovation and such should mix up the platform every once in awhile.

And as sweet as a 415 is supposed to be-if Xray copies it-I'll put my money down on the Xray. At least they'll have a diff for it!!

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With Xray re-engineering a 415/RDX, you know they would set a new bar in performance and craftsmanship.
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