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Old 09-08-2014, 11:52 PM   #1
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Default Xray X10 '15

http://www.redrc.net/2014/07/xray-x1...it/#more-83366





2015 Specifications:
New chassis
New narrower design
New weight balance
New battery placement
New narrower rear pod
New link rear pod upper plate
New composite pod link placement
New ride height shims
New side tubes
New rear link brace
New side spring placement
New front suspension arms
New front suspension harder material
New front track-width adjustment
New servo saver
New ride height adjustment
New front eccentric inserts
New composite balls for front kingpin suspension

Manual: http://www.teamxray.com/x10/download...015_manual.pdf
Basic Setup: http://www.teamxray.com/x10/download..._x10_basic.pdf
Blank Setup: http://www.teamxray.com/x10/download...5_%20click.pdf



Finally an updated WGT from Xray.

I got mine a couple weeks ago but haven't had time to build it yet. Hopefully in the next week or so.
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Old 09-09-2014, 03:15 PM   #2
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Ya things are looking good for wgt this winter, xray, speedmerchant and on-point have all released new cars. And associated ended theirs.
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Old 09-09-2014, 04:00 PM   #3
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I was actually going to run the AE until I saw this come out and found out it was cheaper than the AE car.
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Old 09-10-2014, 01:56 AM   #4
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A friend has already used and was very satisfied !!!
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Old 10-11-2014, 08:13 AM   #5
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Hi everybody.

I baugth recently a X10 2015 and strated to set it.

I will run on a large asphalt track (mostly designed for 1/8 and 1/5 on road cars) with a 10.5t and 2s lipo.

I intend to use shorty 2s lipo and was wondering where to place it. Is-it better on the front or on the rear position?

many thanks for your answer.

PS: Sory, I'm french and my english is not very good.
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10.5 may not be fast enough for 1/5~1/8 tract, try 8.5t so you don't snore on the long straight.
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With asphalt track test the battery behind, you'll get more traction

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Looking to go with a graphite axle for my x10. Does anyone have a recommendation. I used the xray on my x12 but wondering if there are better options. Thanks.
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Default tweak adjustment

I've poked around a bit to find an answer with not much luck.

How does one set tweak on this car with the tweak screws being directly under the rear damper tubes? Am I missing something or is it intended to set chassis tweak with the damper tubes dis-engaged?
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What diff rings/plates does the xray use, can you use CRC, AE, IRS ones or it it a unique size?
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I've poked around a bit to find an answer with not much luck.

How does one set tweak on this car with the tweak screws being directly under the rear damper tubes? Am I missing something or is it intended to set chassis tweak with the damper tubes dis-engaged?
You would normally set tweak with side dampers removed on a pan car, as they tend to hold the car in a tweaked position.
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What diff rings/plates does the xray use, can you use CRC, AE, IRS ones or it it a unique size?
They're unique, but unlike AE they're also VERY flat
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Wow, not much info on this car coming from the T4'15.

Just got a used X10'15 to play with.

I was looking for at setup for a low grip asphalt track, but I can find nothing.

Not even in this forum.

Does anyone have a good basic asphalt low-med grip setup that I can use?

Thanks!
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Wow, not much info on this car coming from the T4'15.
I thought the same while I was waiting for my kit, but as I've gotten it, I just ran it with the kit setup (on carpet, though, hopefully someone pitches in with something better suited for asphalt!), and it "just worked".

I looked around to see if there were any upgrade parts to get, the only things you might want to get are different springs, some alloy shims, some harder composite bits, ceramic diff balls, nothing too exciting (or complicated!), which is nice, because it means the kit has pretty much everything!

I'd give it a go with the kit setup, although maybe run the LiPo in the rear position (if you're using a 1S battery)? Let us know how that goes!
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Thanks, I will try the kit setup and see how it goes
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