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Old 02-02-2006, 04:53 PM   #2626
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Which bag is the last aid bag?
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Old 02-02-2006, 05:03 PM   #2627
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I was just wondering, lately the only thing that has broke on my T2 was the C-hub at the top, however every time its brakes, the CVD pops out and takes a chunk out of the outdrive and arm, now that it has done that, i have to bend the outdrive back, so the CVD will fit back in, upon doing so , (5-6 times) it finally broke (the outdrive) now in order for me to fix it i have to buy a new Tranny. Does this seem right, after all, to replace a outdrive on any other car would not be a problem, are you saying you have to buy a new tranny at $70 CDN, every time you brake or bend an outdrive? thats bull sh*t! other then that, I love the car, no I wasn't being sarcastic
What part are you referring to as the transmission? I'm assuming youmean the diff? If that is the case it should be less than $70Cdn...there is also the option of the Spring steel front diff if you find you are doing damage to your outdrives.

I also believe the outdrives are available separately...
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Which bag is the last aid bag?
The last Aid bag is a small bag that isn't consumed by the assembly of the kit. It should have inside it some plastic shims, screws, as well as sims of other various sizes...
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Old 02-02-2006, 05:12 PM   #2629
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In, my case, the car was perfect exept for the toe... I put my fk05 rear hub and the car was now symetrical so my problem was the hub (about .75 deg off).

I started to shim it but didn't like the Idea, so I heated my left hub with a butane torch and twist it a little to get my 2 deg. Took me 2 min and the car is now top notch. Now I just need some powa!!!!!
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Old 02-02-2006, 05:14 PM   #2630
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Anthony, calm down bro! It'sa gonna be alright. Relax, take a deep breath and look at that beautiful shelf queen and say, it's alright darling, Xray is going to fix you.
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Old 02-02-2006, 05:17 PM   #2631
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In, my case, the car was perfect exept for the toe... I put my fk05 rear hub and the car was now symetrical so my problem was the hub (about .75 deg off).

I started to shim it but didn't like the Idea, so I heated my left hub with a butane torch and twist it a little to get my 2 deg. Took me 2 min and the car is now top notch. Now I just need some powa!!!!!
Mine is off by about the same amount, .75. I measured the rear bulkheads with a set of calipers and it was dead on fron to rear. Now to get some replacements.

Oh yeah, if your looking for POWER!, go to TeamEAMotorsports.com and order up some horsepwer bro!
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Oh yeah, if your looking for POWER!, go to TeamEAMotorsports.com and order up some horsepwer bro!
Haha Thanx!!! I'll give them a try!!
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Are the ball joints on the T2 used on any other xray car?
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Are the ball joints on the T2 used on any other xray car?
I think some Serpent cars use them,why do you ask? Where you missing some from your kit?
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This sounds lame but I broke one putting the kit together...
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I also believe the outdrives are available separately...
They are not
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In, my case, the car was perfect exept for the toe... I put my fk05 rear hub and the car was now symetrical so my problem was the hub (about .75 deg off).
... or the hex or the pin hole on the shaft or both and the hub together
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Good thinking of making these rear braces up so people can purchase them, easier then fiddling with making your own.

Did end up making some myself for the rear end, after reading a few have broken them on the rear.

So have to ask anyone break a front shock tower yet?
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Huh, no wonder you told me to have fun with the car. I didn't know you were goin to buy his...... oops.

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Hey Dom it is no big deal....I got one coming hopefully next week......
Did you have any issued with your T2?
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