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X-Ray T2 RWD project

 
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Davis


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PostPosted: Fri 5 Jul - 21:38 (2013)    Post subject: X-Ray T2 RWD project Reply with quote

Nice upper arm construction. - How solid is it? Looks like it might get quite some play over time with the angled connection of the two links.

Be careful when first using the gyro with that servo. Check if the servo gets hot when running, I almost fried one today. Wink - If it does get hot, setting the gyro for "normal" mode seems to be a better choice.
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PostPosted: Thu 11 Jul - 08:51 (2013)    Post subject: X-Ray T2 RWD project Reply with quote

seems very good! you can make some video out board? to see how the chassis run? the onboard is great, and it seems very stable Wink
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PostPosted: Thu 11 Jul - 17:28 (2013)    Post subject: X-Ray T2 RWD project Reply with quote

As soon as I can find someone to record me!

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PostPosted: Sat 2 Nov - 00:28 (2013)    Post subject: X-Ray T2 RWD project Reply with quote

Looking good. Were you the only one drifting RWD?
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PostPosted: Sat 2 Nov - 00:58 (2013)    Post subject: X-Ray T2 RWD project Reply with quote

The black 240sx s13 hatch with the white hood was rwd too.

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PostPosted: Wed 13 Nov - 01:12 (2013)    Post subject: X-Ray T2 RWD project Reply with quote

your pics are a little too big, may I ask you to resize them?
good chassi none the less!
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PostPosted: Wed 20 Nov - 11:50 (2013)    Post subject: X-Ray T2 RWD project Reply with quote

Nice man! smooth and clean Smile when you start to play with apexs and walls, it means your chassis and your skills are getting good Wink
Thanks for pic resize, much better!
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PostPosted: Wed 20 Nov - 23:12 (2013)    Post subject: X-Ray T2 RWD project Reply with quote

very good bro! this xray seems very easy to drift!  Okay
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PostPosted: Sun 24 Nov - 09:45 (2013)    Post subject: X-Ray T2 RWD project Reply with quote

florianar wrote:
very good bro! this xray seems very easy to drift!  Okay



its an absolute dream. smooth as all hell. i will pick up my controller and be all over the place and then ill try out his and just kill it!


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