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Old 03-13-2008, 10:50 AM   #2836
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Thanks mate!
Actually, can you tell me what's different about these things?
Post #2832 above.
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Old 03-13-2008, 03:04 PM   #2837
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Along with the kevlar belts, new lightweight 2speed shaft, Lightweight middle shaft, 2 speed springs, clutch spring, .7mm front blades, and rear blades, 3.0mm roll center bridge, and 1 degree front knuckles have been released. Some have already been mentioned, but just a reminder incase anyone missed the new Xray upgrades. I think that's all of them...
Can someone tell me what the difference is with the 'new' 2 speed springs and what is the part number for them.
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Old 03-13-2008, 03:32 PM   #2838
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I've been running them for 2 weeks now and D-nicest is correct. You get more steering angle on the outside front wheel. With the spool up front it gave me more steering from the middle of the corner out, which is a very good thing.

thnx Team gp,

what for a caster angel and ackerman do you running with this blocks. or is it not importend.....
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Old 03-13-2008, 06:30 PM   #2839
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CDS70, the new 2 speed springs are harder.
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Old 03-13-2008, 08:42 PM   #2840
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thnx Team gp,

what for a caster angel and ackerman do you running with this blocks. or is it not importend.....
Same as on Ralph's WinterNats setup sheet.
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Old 03-14-2008, 02:35 AM   #2841
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Post #2832 above.
Yeah, i've read that one :P
I'm just wondering how different it looks, not what it does

Nevermind, i'll just order
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CDS70, the new 2 speed springs are harder.
Thanks Lycan.

Does anyone know if they have a different part number? If so what is it and where can I get them from in a hurry.
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Thanks Lycan.

Does anyone know if they have a different part number? If so what is it and where can I get them from in a hurry.
X335582
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The new stuff for this week!
X-332211, composite steeringblock 1* king-pin right
X-332221, " " 1* " " left
X-335582, spring for gear-box - hard.


It's really cool, everything that seems to be wrong with the car, of could have some improvement is getting improved... it's really good noticing the same things as the guys at Xray do them self
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Where can I get these new transmission parts in the US?
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Where can I get these new transmission parts in the US?
You can call up RC America, 214-744-2400
Brooklyn Hobbies can also order them for you 718-951-2500
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Current UK 200mm Champion Darren Johnson has moved from TM to XRay for the 2008 UK season
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The new stuff for this week!
X-332211, composite steeringblock 1* king-pin right
X-332221, " " 1* " " left
X-335582, spring for gear-box - hard.


It's really cool, everything that seems to be wrong with the car, of could have some improvement is getting improved... it's really good noticing the same things as the guys at Xray do them self
well where did you get those part numbers? cause google and the xray site arent helpin me out there
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Current UK 200mm Champion Darren Johnson has moved from TM to XRay for the 2008 UK season
has he gone to a sponcership with xray ?
good to here a very clever racer that experinces with designs
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welcome to team xray muppet
i bet he improves hes racing as i did
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well where did you get those part numbers? cause google and the xray site arent helpin me out there

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