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Old 12-02-2005, 05:41 PM   #511
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What exactly is it that makes the T2 just like the 415MSX?
Outside of the general platform of course.

I'm not trying to be smarmy... I just know nothing about the msx.
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Old 12-02-2005, 06:19 PM   #512
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http://team-td.net/frame.htm, klik on 11-29 news for close up looks. Tamiya has adapted Xray style externally adjustable rear ball diff as well as driveshafts couplings (they called it blade) in MSX.
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http://team-td.net/frame.htm, klik on 11-29 news for close up looks. Tamiya has adapted Xray style externally adjustable rear ball diff as well as driveshafts couplings (they called it blade) in MSX.
You mean, Schumacher-style driveshaft couplings
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Old 12-02-2005, 06:25 PM   #514
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You mean, Schumacher-style driveshaft couplings
you`ve got me on this one
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Old 12-02-2005, 06:28 PM   #515
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What exactly is it that makes the T2 just like the 415MSX?
Outside of the general platform of course.

I'm not trying to be smarmy... I just know nothing about the msx.
thatss what im thinking exactly whats differant about it thats differant that the msx
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that's what im thinking exactly whats differant about it thats differant that the msx
that's a hard one LOL
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Some things are adding up now. A local Xray driver (pro) was running a 415msx (disguised under a white body) a few weeks ago with a big smile on his face. Hmmmmm........I guess if I could go around a track as fast as him I wuld be in on stuff too!
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Old 12-02-2005, 08:44 PM   #518
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Some things are adding up now. A local Xray driver (pro) was running a 415msx (disguised under a white body) a few weeks ago with a big smile on his face. Hmmmmm........I guess if I could go around a track as fast as him I wuld be in on stuff too!
That was a MSX...not the new xray. There is only 1 of the T2's in the US right now...and the person you are talking about does not have one.

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That was a MSX...not the new xray. There is only 1 of the T2's in the US right now...and the person you are talking about does not have one.

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I don't think I was implying that it was a T2, just that it was an MSX.
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That was a MSX...not the new xray. There is only 1 of the T2's in the US right now...and the person you are talking about does not have one.

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BTW, how do you know?

PS I just pre-ordered on Speedtech.
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PM sent.

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EA is correct there is only one t2 in the U.S. and the car your friend was driving was a msx not the T2.
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EA is correct there is only one t2 in the U.S. and the car your friend was driving was a msx not the T2.
Thats what I said!
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Yes your right...I re-read what you wrote....If you read it fast its easy to read to much into your sentence....My bad for reading it to fast!!

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Yes your right...I re-read what you wrote....If you read it fast its easy to read to much into your sentence....My bad for reading it to fast!!

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EA your just fast at everything...... When you leave for NC? LOL
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