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Old 11-16-2016, 08:00 AM
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I think both new parts will be good, the steel steering rack with last a lot longer, I did find with the std one that if you got any material on where the bearings where running it would mark.
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Is there an ETA when the optional parts will hit the US distributor? Or where I can order them?
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The order has been placed should see them in a week or two I would hope. Keep checking the site. The us distributor is xenon-USA.com
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It's quiet in here, how's everyone with the car?
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It's quiet in here, how's everyone with the car?
I ran mine for the first time. It was also my first time running sedan as I'm coming over from dirt off-road. I need to get more time on the car but it feels pretty good to me.
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Old 11-24-2016, 08:39 AM
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Building up a second car for the indoor season, very happy with the out door car this year, quick easy and very drivable car.
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I running mine in USGT with very good success and I'm getting a 2nd one for 17.5 touring
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The instructions don't give a list of hex screw sizes I will need? Does anyone have the list of tools needed to assemble this kit?
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found out this weekend...get a 2.0. i used a 5/64 until i got to the store to pick one up
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Old 12-05-2016, 07:37 AM
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So those are all the tools I'll need to assemble this kit?
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from what i've seen that's all you need. i didnt build mine, i purchased it assembled, but everything i've seen on it so far is just the 2.0 hex head. at least 90% of the entire car is that size. coming from associated, I LOVE IT
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1.5 and 2.0 are going to be the primary hexes. 7mm nut driver needed for the wheels.
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Great! Now it's time to order new tools before I get my kit! Anything else you all would recommend getting?
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Great! Now it's time to order new tools before I get my kit! Anything else you all would recommend getting?
Also you need 3mm hex for pivot ball for shock
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Thank you I can't wait for my 1/12 and TC from destiny!
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