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PostPosted: Sat Dec 20, 2008 16:02:43 
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The car was on the IFMAR orange will it be orange now to?

Swords,


The XII is silver color.


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When will an Xray 10th scale 200mm version of the XII come out?


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adamg wrote:
When will an Xray 10th scale 200mm version of the XII come out?


With the 1/12 as base I think it will not last long.


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brano or martin, just fyi tell your web master that the XII setup sheet probably shouldn't be called rubber tire carpet setup lol


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hoops :shock: we will fix it, thank you


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Hey guys,
Reading through the setup book for the XII I notice it mentions a Hudy setup system for 12th scale.. I didn't realise there was one ?

Is this a product that's going to be available soon ?


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I had my first run today :-)

Wanted to run in 2008:-)

Is really nice, very smooth in standart setup :D


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What rims are on the car in all the promo pics?


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Hellow,

You should put on the manual that you need a 3/32 inch allen for the wheel screws because is needed one like that and didn't knew.

For the rest the car is great to build and i'm sure that i will be great to drive.

Swords,


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dadaman wrote:
What rims are on the car in all the promo pics?


parma


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Hellow,

Everyone got inch screws for the wheels?

Swords,


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swords wrote:
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Everyone got inch screws for the wheels?

Swords,


The screws for the rear wheel is mm screws frome the manual
"375390 ALU HEX SCREW M3x8 FOR REAR WHEELS (6)"

And the nuts to the front wheel is mm nuts.
"960031 ALU NUT M3"

I only got metric things on my car so im not realy understand what problem you got :?


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Hellow,

I got inch for the wheels 3/32 is the tool i need to use.


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Hellow,

Mario somethink on this one? Everybody uses 3.0mm screws i need to use 3/32" de screws gow in very easy. What will be the problem? What happend?

Swords,


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I think you should try an ordinary M3 bolt, just to check the treads.
If the treads is M3 and you use the inch screw you will mess up the treads.

i think you just got wrong set of screws.


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swords wrote:
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You should put on the manual that you need a 3/32 inch allen for the wheel screws because is needed one like that and didn't knew.

For the rest the car is great to build and i'm sure that i will be great to drive.

Swords,


The wheel screws are special alu M3x8 screws and you will need standard metric 2.5mm allen wrench.


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The wheel screws are special alu M3x8 screws and you will need standard metric 2.5mm allen wrench.


I have a 2,5mm (Hudy!) allen wrench but if I try to insert it in the wheel screws I have the feeling to destroy the screw because it hardly fits.
Are you really sure it is a standard 2,5mm allen wrench ??

I don't understand why Xray doesn't just put 2mm screws for the rear wheels in the kit... it really sucks having to buy a load of tools which are used only for one specific thing.

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Hellow,

In the manual they don't speak about a 2,5mm allen needed?
A 2 is to little a 3 to Big and a 3/32 fit's perfect.

Swords,


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Hellow,

If you take a good look ad you parts list at number 375390 than you see ALU HEX M3X8 FOR REAR WHEELS.

There stands 3mm? Not that correct then?

Swords,


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The 1,5mm, 2mm, 2,5mm and 3mm allen wrenches don't fit the damn screws - so it must be the wrong screws that were supplied in the kit.

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