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Old 07-26-2006, 03:00 PM   #5326
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I've decided to get the Xray T2 Luxury Competition Touring car and the multi-diff. What should I get for spare parts and upgrades? I'd like to do this up front and not buy a piece here and a piece there...

I do plan on sitting down and reading this thread tonight to get a better understanding of the car and settings....

So look for more questions... THX in advance!
I have a T2 in new condition I'm selling for $300 that comes with a painted body, stiff carpet upper deck (and stock upper as well) and foam tires. It was only run a few times on carpet. It also comes with stiff springs for carpet as well as the kit springs. PM me if interested.
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Old 07-26-2006, 03:17 PM   #5327
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He already bought one.
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Old 07-26-2006, 04:13 PM   #5328
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I have a T2 in new condition I'm selling for $300 that comes with a painted body, stiff carpet upper deck (and stock upper as well) and foam tires. It was only run a few times on carpet. It also comes with stiff springs for carpet as well as the kit springs. PM me if interested.
The Xray T2 has been ordered.... With the multi-diff... Friday it should be here!!!!!
Thx for the offer but I want one that I can build from the get-go. I don't get a chance to buy a new car this type everyday!
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Old 07-26-2006, 07:39 PM   #5329
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You will be glad you picked up an Xray.

For spares:

front blades for the cvd's
front C hubs
Front steering knuckles
Rear hubs

Thats it....
I would also recommend a pair of C-hub bushings. Those can disappear easily. I keep one spare of drive shaft just in case. If you run outdoor a pair of belts would be also a nice to have
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Old 07-26-2006, 08:28 PM   #5330
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Nice to have a set of the rod ends and a replacement shock body or two.
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Old 07-28-2006, 08:54 AM   #5331
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Does anyone have a link(s) for a Titanium screw kit for the T2?
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Old 07-28-2006, 09:09 AM   #5332
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Old 07-28-2006, 10:15 AM   #5333
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SOme where in Northern Virginia a USP truck has my X-tray in the back and he/she/it is taking in sweet time in delivering it to me!!
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Thats what you get for using USP.... I heard the Xtray doesn't corner well!




Sorry dude... Had to.
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Thats what you get for using USP.... I heard the Xtray doesn't corner well!




Sorry dude... Had to.
Now that was a good one!!!!!!!!!!!!

Son reported he just received it!!!!!!!!! No outside damage to report.....
Box was warm thought... ( been 90 plus here the last 2 weeks!! )
He openned the box ANd reported everything was all right... I'm gonna have a talk with him when I get home!!! Now I need to find away to get out of work early
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I hear there is a weird RC strain of the bird flu going around.. aren't you coming down with it?? cough cough..
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Has anyone tried Tamiya dog bones with the T2? They look really close to the same size. And cost less.
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The ball on the inside of the driveshaft (diff end) is too small.
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I guess that you are saying even with the blade there would be to much movement in the outdrive.
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I tried it but they didn't work for me. The length of the Tamiya dog bone might work, but they don't quit fit the T2 axles. They bind quite a bit, so if you file the ball end of the bone, then I guess it would work.

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