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Old 03-30-2002, 02:18 AM
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Just thought of creating a thread on XXX-S.

Any tips to share ?

Heard that a lot of people has been breaking stuffs on the XXX-S. What have you broken so far ? For myself, just 2 hub carriers.

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Old 03-30-2002, 05:13 AM
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front hub carrier as well.

the bumber is way too small.

else its a fun car. nothing much to tweak.
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Old 03-30-2002, 06:37 AM
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Great! Gives me a chance to get rid of this stuff.

U see, i bought these team Losi Springs but can't fit my Tamiya dampers. They are brand new though the package is open.

1 pair Orange Spring rate 8.6
1 pair Yellow Spring rate 9.6

anyone interested to get them for yur xxx-s, please PM me or email [email protected]

sell Cheap Cheap Lah.....
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Originally posted by fuse01
front hub carrier as well.

the bumber is way too small.

else its a fun car. nothing much to tweak.
I managed to mail order the brp bumper. Not sure
if it help so far, but it certainly more stuffer.
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Originally posted by fuse01
front hub carrier as well.
I think winnie's shop has run out of hub carrier.
But she got a couple of AE TC3 0 degree hub carrier
that has the same size as the XXX-S ones. The only
trouble that you need to file it a little to make the
CVD go thru.
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we got our conversion kit and it came with the hubs..

cool stuff. i think xxxs will start to win some races.
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Originally posted by fuse01
we got our conversion kit and it came with the hubs..
Is the conversion kit useful ?
I noticed that the weight saving may not be significant,
but I like the milling done. I find that the tub chassis seems
to collect sand & dirt. Couple of hole that make the sand
fell thru, I guess.
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what ever it does, i have no idea but it look trick. and save a few oz.
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Hi fuse01, like to know where do you play your car and what is your setup like ?

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Ongbenghui,

Is your XXX-S new to you? If it is you should start with the factory set-up. It's a good start for all type of road condition. Form here, then you fine tune with different spring rate and shock oil.
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Originally posted by MAX
Ongbenghui,

Is your XXX-S new to you? If it is you should start with the factory set-up. It's a good start for all type of road condition. Form here, then you fine tune with different spring rate and shock oil.
You old bird XXX-S driver come out and tell new bird.... Very Good....
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Originally posted by MAX
Is your XXX-S new to you? If it is you should start with the factory set-up. It's a good start for all type of road condition. Form here, then you fine tune with different spring rate and shock oil.
Yes, The XXX-S is new to me. I am changing to blue spring
and planning to try out #57 shock piston. I would like more
traction. Any advise.
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Originally posted by ongbenghui


Yes, The XXX-S is new to me. I am changing to blue spring
and planning to try out #57 shock piston. I would like more
traction. Any advise.
First, consider the right tyre compound for the ground condition.
Do you have a short shock for the front?
Alway remember, do not change so many thing at one time. If any thing goes wrong, you do not know which setup went wrong.
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