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Old 12-22-2005, 08:09 AM   #811
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Team GP also forgot to mention the front and rear belts will transfer over as well. (30-5431) front belt (30-5442) rear belt.
I apologize for the missing information. The belts are the same as well. Here is an updated list:

* ball diff
* multi-diff
* diff hub bearings (10x15x4) front & rear
* front & rear belts
* drive shaft plastic caps
* 5.0mm double bevel shoulder pivot balls (outer camber links and steering linkages)
* hex screws 3x6, 3x8, 3x10 (only certain applications)
* servo saver plastic covers (chassis & top deck)
* both servo horns
* shock parts: rubber membranes, all o-rings, alum adjustable nut, e-clip (1.9 & 2.3), washer 3.2, all fixed & adjustable pistons
* alum servo mounts
* composite battery backstops
* antenna mount & tube
* All hudy wheels
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Old 12-22-2005, 08:19 AM   #812
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how big of a spur gear can fit ?
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Old 12-22-2005, 08:28 AM   #813
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Moved from T1FK05 thread...

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what about?
1. 2 degree rear aluminum hubs
2. 6 degree castor blocks
3. motor guard
4. mounting holes for motor fan set-up
1. The rear uprights have built-in outboard 1 toe-in. The rear toe is adjusted with adding shims of different thickness between the rear suspension holders and the rear bulkheads. Aluminum shims come with the kit.
2. The kit comes with 4d caster front c-hubs. The other caster sizes available will be 2d & 6d.
3. I'll have to get confirmation that the motor guard is compatible, but it looks to be.
4. The top deck mounting holes are much different
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Old 12-22-2005, 08:29 AM   #814
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If the layshaft height is the same as the FK05, then comparing 64p to 48p:
112t 64p = 84t 48p
116t 64p = 87t 48p
120t 64p = 90t 48p (this option was only usable on the 3.0mm chassis without the spur protruding out the bottom of the chassis)

(84, 87 and 90 were used as these were the options provided by Xray on the FK05 for easy reference)
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Old 12-22-2005, 08:35 AM   #815
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how big of a spur gear can fit ?
In 48p, anywhere from 80t to 87t is recommended. The new Hudy Setup Book will have a very useful gearing rollout chart with different size spurs and a fixed 63mm wheel diameter for rubber racing.

In 64p, anywhere from 110t to 118t is recommended. The new Hudy Setup Book will have a very useful gear chart for foam racing which shows the correct pinion gear needed to maintain your rollout with a 116p spur as the tires wear down. If you use a 112 spur, you can just add approximately .8 to the rollout number for quick reference.

Spurs larger than 87t (48p) or 118t (64p) will hang below the 2.5mm chassis.
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Old 12-22-2005, 08:39 AM   #816
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Will the alum. shock bodies from the 05 fit on the T2 if you use the shorter shock shafts? (I like the alum better then the plastic ones.)
Or......Will XRAY come out with a set of alum. made for the T2??
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Old 12-22-2005, 08:45 AM   #817
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I checked at the GP race last weekend, the tamiya shocks can fit just fine (lenght is exactly the same if you dont thread them all the way in), in case you really need alum shocks.

All drivers with T2 ran the stock shocks without any problems. They seemed to be more than enough for everyone.
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Old 12-22-2005, 08:46 AM   #818
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Valid question.

Only in non-US kits.
What is the logic behind this? Why should the kits be any different?
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Old 12-22-2005, 08:52 AM   #819
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That topic was covered early in this thread.

The US and Canada market is largely running foam on carpet, where the preferred setup has been 2 diffs for most tracks.

Due to this..and the reaction when people complained in the US and Canada about the T1FK only having 1 diff and a one way, RCAmerica asked for the US and Canada versions of the FK05 and later kits to come with 2 diffs to suit the requirements of the larger body of their order base...

That being said it was also further explained, that the additional diff (should you require and purchase a one-way) can be used for spare parts and/or service as a replacement for your rear diff...still providing value even if you prefer running with a one-way...whereas a one-way if you only run with 2 diffs doesn't provide this added value...
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When will the building instructions be published as a download ?

Can you already give the part numbers for these parts:
+ battery brace
+ uprights rear
+ suspension arm rear
+ suspension arm front
+ steering block front
+ c hub front blocks
+ complete ball diff set

Will there be anti-roll bars in the kit ?

Will the 303060 motor guard fit ?

Will there be a possibililty to buy the suspension parts in a set
(uprights+all arms+steering blocks+chubs) ?

Thanks
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Old 12-22-2005, 08:55 AM   #821
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What is the logic behind this? Why should the kits be any different?
The standard international kit comes with one multi-diff and one ball diff. Per request from RC America, all US kits will come with two ball diffs to better serve the majority of US customers.
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Old 12-22-2005, 09:02 AM   #822
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Will the alum. shock bodies from the 05 fit on the T2 if you use the shorter shock shafts? (I like the alum better then the plastic ones.)
Or......Will XRAY come out with a set of alum. made for the T2??
I'll have to get confirmation on whether the bodies are compatible.
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Old 12-22-2005, 09:12 AM   #823
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When will the building instructions be published as a download ?

Can you already give the part numbers for these parts:
+ battery brace
+ uprights rear
+ suspension arm rear
+ suspension arm front
+ steering block front
+ c hub front blocks
+ complete ball diff set

Will there be anti-roll bars in the kit ?

Will the 303060 motor guard fit ?

Will there be a possibililty to buy the suspension parts in a set
(uprights+all arms+steering blocks+chubs) ?

Thanks
The instructions will be included in the kits and available for download on or shortly after the date of release.

Anti-roll bars will not be included in the kit.

I've taken down your other questions and will provide the answers ASAP.
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Old 12-22-2005, 09:39 AM   #824
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FYI,

The information I am providing is official and I am in contact with Mario to get confirmation on everything. However, I am actually working from home while battling the stomach flu and XRAY HQ's time zone is six hours ahead of US Eastern. Please be patient with delayed responses, or if there is a mistake and update to information already provided.
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im hanging to see if these arms hubs and drive shafts fit my pro4 it maybe worth keeping with some xray on it
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