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Old 06-03-2006, 05:32 PM   #4816
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I would like to know if someone know where can I find screw in titanium for the T2 ?
Speeedtechrc ( http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebp...alpage=special ) has all the sizes and types in separate packages of 5 or 10pcs...
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Old 06-03-2006, 07:22 PM   #4817
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Ray, just go back to flat front hinge pins in the 0/0 position and add a front swaybar. What you're describing is too much initial and then a loss of center/exit steering. Going flat on the front will put some center/exit back in it and the swaybar will take that edgy feel away. You'll most likely end up going to high r/c in the rear to get the overall steering back. Also, flattening the front and raising the rear will raise the roll centers making the car want to roll less- which is why it's doublesteering right now (IMO) cause it's rolling too much...
Rody, Jason and team GP-thanks for all your input. I cannot wait to head back to the gate to test all this out again.
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Old 06-03-2006, 09:07 PM   #4818
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Ray:

Hi,

E mail me. I'll send you Tim's setup. you should try it.

Thanks
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I would like to know if someone know where can I find screw in titanium for the T2 ?
http://www.rcscrewz.com/index2.php/1...sort/4a/page/6
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Old 06-03-2006, 10:43 PM   #4820
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Anyone out there interested in an aluminum spool for your Xray? Made from the same 7075 aircraft grade aluminum as all of my other Xray parts. PM me or email me through my website at http://www.teamtamale.com
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Old 06-04-2006, 11:20 AM   #4821
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OOOhhhh pretty!! Expect my email with my order!
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Anyone out there interested in an aluminum spool for your Xray? Made from the same 7075 aircraft grade aluminum as all of my other Xray parts. PM me or email me through my website at http://www.teamtamale.com
Hey Larry,

How will this aluminum part hold up to the rigors of the Xray's spring steel outdrives??

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OH-hey-I forgot I got a tip for durablity to pass along. If you run the short camber position on the rear hubs, put a grub screw in the outer unused hole. This makes the plastic hub much more rigid and the ballstud wont bend then eventually break through the thin plastic between the holes in a tank slapper hit.

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in a tank slapper hit.

What in the world?
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Hey Ray, these cars have 4 wheels not 2 & no fuel tank. LOL
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Hey Ray, these cars have 4 wheels not 2 & no fuel tank. LOL

OKay-in non mixed up racing lingo-when you smack the board really hard with only the rear wheel-usually occurs when glancing off the inside board at full throttle and going straight across the track in 0.001 sec and hitting the outside board and emmiting any number of words, my favorite being OH SH-T!!!
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Aah. Bike-speak. Refreshing.

I miss my 'ol ZX9 (10.2s 1/4m with p,jk, & 255lbs )...

Ok. Back to the thread topic...
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Does anyone know what spur gear to run on the T2? On the O5 I was running the pse 116. I wasnt for sure if the diff in the gearing was going to make a big deal.
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Does anyone know what spur gear to run on the T2? On the O5 I was running the pse 116. I wasnt for sure if the diff in the gearing was going to make a big deal.
Gearing is the same for both cars, FK05 and T2. 1.7:1
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