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The car is still being developed and tested, release date will probably be announced in a few months. Chassis photos coming in early April

*Update car appears to be ahead of schedule so far*

"Let's have a closer look at the Xpress Execute XQ1 1/10 Touring Car! This is a prototype and small changes may be made when it is released later on this year! So, what do you think about it?" - Xpress.















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Introducing the Xpress Gear Differential for our upcoming 1:10 touring car Execute XQ1.

The differential features injection molded composite gears with high precision ensure a smooth and long lasting gear differential and aluminum outdrives with sleek black anodizing. It is also a direct replacement for XRay T3/T4

Parts No : XP-10022


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I saw the xpress test at my local track and was able to look at the chassis up close and I'm impressed with the design and build quality. It uses a one piece front and back bulkhead and keys into the cutout on the chassis which they say eliminates the possible misalignment happens with regular bulkheads.

It was on par with xrays and bd8s at the track. Definitely gonna order one when it comes out.
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Boom!

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From Red RC China. Different chassis



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Pretty good results from CETC, not bad from a small company and a prototype car.



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I can't wait till it comes out.










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Xpress was one of the earliest companies I found when I first got into R/C - with delrin diffs, reactive caster, chamfered aluminum and trick option parts. Good to see them make it back.
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Originally Posted by MDawson View Post
Xpress was one of the earliest companies I found when I first got into R/C - with delrin diffs, reactive caster, chamfered aluminum and trick option parts. Good to see them make it back.
Don't forget the crazy adjustable front suspension!

A bit less innovation with this one though, but if the right cars were benchmarked (looks like they were... ) it should be a worthy contender

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Looks good, seems like not long till release =)
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Love the detail they are putting into the car, black and red anodizing looks awesome. The Executioner is coming
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Sure looks pretty - I like what they did with the anti roll bar mount.
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I like the one piece bulkheads. Should make it easy to keep everything true and free in the drivetrain.
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Anyone have an idea what this might cost? Ballpark
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