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Old 06-30-2005, 11:40 AM   #2836
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...I was driving 19T like ass at Ripon last weekend...
yeeeessshhhhhh I'll vouch for that! LMAO

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Old 06-30-2005, 11:50 AM   #2837
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Saweet ...yea it works great, you just have to DRIVE the car the whole time, it ain't an "autocruise" kind of setup ...I was driving 19T like ass at Ripon last weekend and it showed, setup worked well went were I wanted it to, I just wanted it to go up on berm after berm after berm after berm
...hehe and I guess I forgot to add:

I just wanted it to go up on berm after berm after berm after berm and THROUGH advil
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Old 06-30-2005, 11:55 AM   #2838
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Can someone pm me a good set up for a high bite asphault track... i cant seem to get it just right

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Old 06-30-2005, 12:23 PM   #2839
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...hehe and I guess I forgot to add:

I just wanted it to go up on berm after berm after berm after berm and THROUGH advil
Through advil
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Old 06-30-2005, 01:13 PM   #2840
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I just got the new fk05 today and I am looking for a stock motor setup for socal raceway in CA. Its a tight , med size track on asphalt (black top). Let me know what I can do.

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It seems like the same track i race on. Here is what the fast guys are using. I am not one for great set ups, I use this one and it work great. Super easy to drive. I was a little concerned with this set up... more droop than what i am used to and a little more ride height...but.... it works

Go to teamxray.com....new xray forum... at top of page click on set up sheets....stort sheets by city...look for scottsdale...click on Gabe.
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Can someone pm me a good set up for a high bite asphault track... i cant seem to get it just right

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You have PM.

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Mark,

Can you send me the set up as well ?


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Anyone have any idea when the 2degree toe in rear hubs will be available? Or know anywhere that has them in stock?
Just picked some up at my local track.
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I think they were 50 bucks from XRAY. Spendy little suckers.
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Old 06-30-2005, 10:21 PM   #2845
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Does anybody know if there are any aftermarket spools available for the Xray05. I ran the Multidiff spool this weekend, but i am afraid of it breaking at some point. I know they used to make a spool for the older platforms does anyone know if it is still available or have one for sale. please email thanks.
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Joelxray: Try your oneway on that track. It looks like it would work very well on that track. That track has alot of high speed corners to carry you through. Goodluck.
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I'm gonna be testing Aaron's "secret sticky sauce" tomorrow and see how that works out.
Just for the record...if I were you I wouldn't trust ANYTHING associated with Aaron Young described by the words "Secret" "Sticky" or "Sauce"

Wow....you let that one wide open....Suprized Advil or Roger didn't catch that one...LMAO
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Hi,

can anyone look on the belts of his car and tell me the numbers (are there numbers?) which are printed on the belt?

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Can someone pm me a good set up for a high bite asphault track... i cant seem to get it just right

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you can find my setup on the xray website from the reedy race, that track was fairly high bite.
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Old 07-01-2005, 12:19 PM   #2850
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...hehe and I guess I forgot to add:

I just wanted it to go up on berm after berm after berm after berm and THROUGH advil
...and just think about this....that was just the first four corners of the track. [email protected] We'll do better next time! LOL
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