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Old 10-04-2011, 01:45 PM
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Originally Posted by gwhiz
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If anyone is looking to buy an xray T3 011 with parts lemme know. This "Russky" Slav is looking at bringing a bit of his homeland stateside !

Anyone know its overall weight ? Looks like it could be a bit chunky !

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Originally Posted by Magnet Top
If anyone is looking to buy an xray T3 011 with parts lemme know. This "Russky" Slav is looking at bringing a bit of his homeland stateside !

Anyone know its overall weight ? Looks like it could be a bit chunky !

Jake
Given what type of materials the car is made of and the way they were machined i would say the car is very light wieght. just look at the instructions and then you will see. I would love one of these looking forward to seeing the used ones for sale !
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Originally Posted by jeff jenkins
Given what type of materials the car is made of and the way they were machined i would say the car is very light wieght. just look at the instructions and then you will see. I would love one of these looking forward to seeing the used ones for sale !
I was just counting all the aluminum in the drivetrain, gear diff, steering blocks, shocks, etc, but I guess the carbon fiber "A" arms and such counter much of that. I hope you are right, and you being a machinist, I'll trust you are !
Anyway, I love the motor being inline and all the weight being quite low, the new damper design. Some great innovation here. Lets hope the other manufacturers finally get off their butts and start "thinking outside the box".
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The Tub will soon carry Trinity 64 pitch pinions in all the popular big sizes, finally!!! Every gear between 45-56 will soon be in the Tub!

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Hey Sean, Wondering if you guys have the plastic dual servo saver arms
http://www.nexusracing.com/product_i...8a6689e548cdaa

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Originally Posted by arn671
Hey Sean, Wondering if you guys have the plastic dual servo saver arms
http://www.nexusracing.com/product_i...8a6689e548cdaa

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Yep, we got em!
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Is it Wed yet or what? I wanna race!
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Is it Wed yet or what? I wanna race!
Me too, I finally got my new car together. Time to shake and bake!
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You gotta shake it, before you bake it...
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Oh, ferchrissakes. Why am I thinking about 1:12 again?!?

I don't wanna trim new tires down to nothing and feel like chucking my car in the trash! I don't wanna hunt down the "it" rubber combo and chunk new tires!

MUST.....RESIST......
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Heard the top drivers are cutting the tire before each run .....
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