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Old 02-02-2005, 08:23 AM   #1
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Talking Xray Model Evolution

Last night I ran my Xray for the first time and I am hooked. I love this car!!! Thing is I am not totally sure as to what I have. I think it is a T1 Evo2 as it is graphite and has pillow ball suspension. Can somebody tell me how many different T1's there are and how exchangeable parts are between the models?
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If the front and rear shocks don't have the same lengthn then you have the original T1. If the length is the same then you have the T1 Evo2

T1 Evo2 Freedom Of Choice (it gives both pivot ball and c-hub suspension)
T1 Raycer (same as evo2 with c-hubs but without carbon parts)
T1 FK (short arms, lighter all around, bulkheads)

Then they released the XRC chassis and upper deck.

All parts can be used no matter the kit you have

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Maybe a picture will help identify.
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Looks like an original T1, the front shocks looks shorter...

easiest way to tell is (as recommended earlier) measure the shocks..or show us a picture of the underside of the chassis..the Evo2 andnewer chassis has symmetrical cutouts on it...the orginal T1 was not
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It looks either the original T1 or Evo2 (big help eh?)

Just compare the shocks bodies. The difrence is obvious.

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