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Old 05-15-2006, 07:58 PM   #4651
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Old 05-15-2006, 08:25 PM   #4652
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Any T2 owner that is not happy with their car should check out my FK05 that is available for trade. Just follow this link:

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=113654

Who in their right mind would trade their new t2 for an older and alot less expensive fk05????!!!!
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Old 05-15-2006, 09:25 PM   #4653
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dont like to be a b**tch but i dont think ne one would want to trade a t2 for a fk05 my 2cents
Then don't!!!
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Old 05-15-2006, 09:36 PM   #4654
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Figured I'd link the whole FAQ for anyone else who hasn't seen it, it's a good read for the new T2 owner.
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Old 05-15-2006, 11:13 PM   #4655
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i am stoked right now, i ran my fk04 as fast if not faster than a t2! i was about 3 seconds off TQ, and the top like 7-10 (except me) were all t2'ssweet i now know i dont have to buy a brand new car for this year. i dont know what the fuss is all about, the parts are expensive, they seem to..:they tweek easier, break easier. pickier setup wise, etc

and im 17, only just starting my 3rd year.
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Old 05-16-2006, 09:06 AM   #4656
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i am stoked right now, i ran my fk04 as fast if not faster than a t2! i was about 3 seconds off TQ, and the top like 7-10 (except me) were all t2'ssweet i now know i dont have to buy a brand new car for this year. i dont know what the fuss is all about, the parts are expensive, they seem to..:they tweek easier, break easier. pickier setup wise, etc

and im 17, only just starting my 3rd year.
Thats cool to here jarradh, I am also runnin an '04 with great resaults. I was thinking of gettin the T2. So thanks
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Who in their right mind would trade their new t2 for an older and alot less expensive fk05????!!!!
I had some growing pains when I first got my T2. In fact, I was still racing my FK05 long after I had outfitted my T2 with all the goodies (nothing but the best including Team Tamale hop-ups). Its just that my FK05 was totally dialed at the time.

However, I am now very happy with my T2. It took some getting use to but it is now even faster than my FK05 and easier on the tires. Either car are both great which is why I am having a hard time trying to let go of my FK05 which is now just a spare. But the T2 is supposed to eliminate the need for a spare and that makes the 05 now useless to me.
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Does any one know wich online stores have the T2 in stock ??
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speedtechrc.com still has them in stock
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Does any one know wich online stores have the T2 in stock ??
Fast Track Hobbies out of Orlando, FL has about 4 of them in stock.
http://www.fasttrackhobbies.com/cata...roducts_id=203
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www.rcring.com has them still in stock and good price
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Fast Track Hobbies out of Orlando, FL has about 4 of them in stock.
http://www.fasttrackhobbies.com/cata...roducts_id=203

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When people run a oneway and/or spool with their T2's outdoors are you pretty much using the Xray MultiDiff or is there a specific spool only and oneway only thing?
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Use heat shrink over the pin, and put a flat spot on the pin with a dremmil.
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When people run a oneway and/or spool with their T2's outdoors are you pretty much using the Xray MultiDiff or is there a specific spool only and oneway only thing?
I use the multidiff. It is everything in one package.
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