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PostPosted: Fri Jul 11, 2008 20:22:45 
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what do you need after you buy the nt1?


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MaxxP wrote:
what do you need after you buy the nt1?


I am not sure if I understand your question. If you buy an NT1 you need to build it and then if you love the baby and want to try it on the track then you just need some time and of course all the equipment: tires, engine, muffler, radio equipment, starter box, etc. As I am not sure if you are total novice with no equipment and experiens it is difficult to answer your question. Or do you ask about what options to get? Please specify your question.


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im saying, what is not included with the nt1 that i would need to go run the car?

ex: motor, servos, etc


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 12, 2008 08:51:44 
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you need:
1) Motor
2) Pipe with manifold
3) 2 Servos
4) Starter Box
5) Receiver
6) Radio
8) 5 cell flat Battery pack
9) tyres
10) body shell
11) fuel
12) glow plugs and ingiter
13) a few tools..


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Errm......... some good driving skills? :D :wink:

I think alot of the guys are running the car stock, straight out of the box.

NewLeaf1


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Errm......... some good driving skills? :D :wink:

I think alot of the guys are running the car stock, straight out of the box.

NewLeaf1

mine is stock. Changed the springs...went to a yellow clutch shoe and its ready to run.


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rcfoolz wrote:
NewLeaf1 wrote:
Errm......... some good driving skills? :D :wink:

I think alot of the guys are running the car stock, straight out of the box.

NewLeaf1

mine is stock. Changed the springs...went to a yellow clutch shoe and its ready to run.



Some optional rear-stabializers are nice too... maybe a solid front axle but that's it...


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PostPosted: Sat Nov 29, 2008 15:24:37 
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Hi!
I have a question, I have a problem, so that it serves off set?
That it changes in the behavior of the car when you change off set?

Thanks for averything and sorry for my english.


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 Post subject: Re: XRAY NT1 - 2009 Specs --- General Forum
PostPosted: Mon Mar 30, 2009 07:30:52 
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mario wrote:
I would like to take the opportunity to start-up this thread for the new, most exciting project coming out from the design boards of XRAY R&D team, a brand new nitro touring XRAY NT1, engineered and designed by Dipl. Eng. Hudy Juraj, the chief designer of XRAY. Enjoy the ride.


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 Post subject: Re: XRAY NT1 - 2009 Specs --- General Forum
PostPosted: Mon Mar 30, 2009 07:31:21 
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mario wrote:
I would like to take the opportunity to start-up this thread for the new, most exciting project coming out from the design boards of XRAY R&D team, a brand new nitro touring XRAY NT1, engineered and designed by Dipl. Eng. Hudy Juraj, the chief designer of XRAY. Enjoy the ride.


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 Post subject: Clarification on tech Tip
PostPosted: Fri May 22, 2009 15:23:53 
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The recent post on the Xray site regarding the 2 speed shaft suggest when the shaft is worn, it can be exchanged without charge, is that correct or do I have to just replace it on my own.

Also there seems to be a typo where there is the word "stack" with in the tip.


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The tech tip gives notice that if you has a worn shaft than you should replace it and not that XRAY will replace it for you :lol:


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 Post subject: upgrade
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Is the complete upgrade kit for my 1st gen. NT1 worth the investment? I'm pretty happy with the setup on the car now. With the upgrade kit, what characteristics does it change? Thanks, Nick A


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 Post subject: One opinion
PostPosted: Fri Aug 14, 2009 23:00:46 
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Nobody has an opinion about this?? :shock:


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hello there,

i would say Durability and more run time with less maintenance since all the main changes are made to strengthen the car as you can see, CVDs all around, aluminum shocks, V2 suspension parts (eventhough the stock ones are unbreakable), new fuel tank (better seal) i changed 2 on my NT1 in 2 seasons. belt tensioner posts, old one is not very good.

now is it worth the investment?? its your call. it wont change how the car reacts on the track but it will defintly boost the durability of the car. i think its worth it since durable car = less worries during races = less mechanical faliure = bring home the trophy :)
one more thing, i wont be feeling good runing my car and knowing that a newer version is out there :roll:

cheers

Ali


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Anyone knows if theres going to be a 2010 version? And what will probably be in it?


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I heard that there will be a european champion version which would include some lightweight hopups.

Maybe after that, we will see a new concept but who knows...


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#330002 XRAY NT1 EUROPEAN CHAMPION EDITON
..and now we are all waiting for some details and explanation on this new version of the best nitro touring car!

What is there in this new spec kit? :D :D


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It was my lucky that purchase a limited edition NT1 2009 spec from Xray family which include many optional parts


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I recently assemble an NT1 spec 2009 EC...
First impressions: High manufacturing quality, complete instruction manual, several optional parts included.

What "I would like to change" ? The notches of the upper bulkheads (Fr & Rr).
It’s a bit "difficult" to adjust the tension of the belts because the notches are placed inside the bulkheads and it is difficult to see them.

PS: What is the utility of the wider bumper?
I think that in case of an accident, the wider bumper will carries the force of the impact to the chassis...


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