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Old 03-12-2006, 09:03 AM   #3871
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anyone know where to get the wide plastic bumper brace?
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Old 03-12-2006, 10:02 AM   #3872
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Are you referring to this

If yes I have some in stock click here

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Old 03-12-2006, 12:13 PM   #3873
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Default Whens Xray going to sell separate diff out drives?

Can you get diffs in spring steel? If so, what's the part number?
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Old 03-12-2006, 12:23 PM   #3874
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Can you get diffs in spring steel? If so, what's the part number?
theres many pages on stormer hobbies look on there...i couldnt find the exact number but heres the page

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Old 03-12-2006, 02:17 PM   #3875
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Can you get diffs in spring steel? If so, what's the part number?
I think the spring steel ball diffs are discontinued. But it is always worth mailing to [email protected].
The part number is: 305001.

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Old 03-12-2006, 07:19 PM   #3876
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Looking for T2 driveshafts, does anyone know where I can get them, need urgently. Thanks
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Old 03-12-2006, 08:43 PM   #3877
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Default Well, I could use a set up front.

the aluminum ones hold up fair, but the T2 is a bit weaker than the 05. Companies these days only seem to build cars for the pros. I would like those aluminum shock bodies as well!
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Old 03-12-2006, 08:45 PM   #3878
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Default Well, I could use a set up front.

the aluminum ones hold up fair, but the T2 is a bit weaker than the 05. Companies these days only seem to build cars for the pros. I would like those aluminum shock bodies as well! The fact I have to spend $55 to get a diff outdrive? That's just BS.
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Old 03-12-2006, 08:53 PM   #3879
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The fact I have to spend $55 to get a diff outdrive? That's just BS.
100% agree.
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Old 03-13-2006, 01:05 AM   #3880
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Well the only thing to say about the new T2 is the manufacturer should hang his head in shame as it has got to be one of the biggest pieces of shit this company has put on the market. We have a saying in this part of the world shame shame shame
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Old 03-13-2006, 01:26 AM   #3881
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LOL!!! Thanks for the good laugh Safer!!!

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Old 03-13-2006, 02:06 AM   #3882
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Well the only thing to say about the new T2 is the manufacturer should hang his head in shame as it has got to be one of the biggest pieces of shit this company has put on the market. We have a saying in this part of the world shame shame shame
I agree. I've just about had it with this car. It is very quick, although XRAY/Hudy quality has not made it through to this car. My driveshafts are F%$#*&, the car tweaks, mine came with a faulty diff, the rear hub issue, the bearing on my layshaft collapsed, and the list goes on!!! I raced it at a fairly large meet yesterday and lucky there was like an hour + between races. Never worked so much on a car before. The only reason in persisting is because of sheer speed!!
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Issues with the rear hubs are not the hubs there is something else out on the manufactures side as this issue with the rear toe has been back as far as the freedom of choice car then the fk04 then the fk05 then the t2 so something else is the issue with the rear of the car.
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I agree. I've just about had it with this car. It is very quick, although XRAY/Hudy quality has not made it through to this car. My driveshafts are F%$#*&, the car tweaks, mine came with a faulty diff, the rear hub issue, the bearing on my layshaft collapsed, and the list goes on!!! I raced it at a fairly large meet yesterday and lucky there was like an hour + between races. Never worked so much on a car before. The only reason in persisting is because of sheer speed!!

I know this may sound dumb, but you guy's with issues ....are you building them properly???? I mean proper properly, not just following the manual...

My car is not tweaked, has a slight rear toe in difference but its so negligable that im not that worried....

Try removing some of the dame stiffness from the chassis, I have noticed here in the UK we are not running the car at full stiffness.....THe car is awesome.......and Im not an xray fan, only bought one as it was one of the cheaper options here in UK and far less prone to impact damage compared with a corally or brokomo.....
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I know this may sound dumb, but you guy's with issues ....are you building them properly???? I mean proper properly, not just following the manual...

My car is not tweaked, has a slight rear toe in difference but its so negligable that im not that worried....

Try removing some of the dame stiffness from the chassis, I have noticed here in the UK we are not running the car at full stiffness.....THe car is awesome.......and Im not an xray fan, only bought one as it was one of the cheaper options here in UK and far less prone to impact damage compared with a corally or brokomo.....
I agree, but that is a loaded question. I am SURE everyone has built their car correctly and all of the crashes are just “light taps”..
I have used my T2 for 2 meetings now and it has been superb!! No it is not a “magic car” I didn’t add 3 laps to my time or was 4 seconds a lap faster like a lot of people here claim. But it is well designed, easy to work on, and very easy to drive and be consistent with. Oh yeh, it is fast also.
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