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  1. xray

    Bonjour a tous, J'ai une Xray T4 2016 dont je n'arrive pas a calmer le train arrière qui se dérobe à la reprise d'accélération après un virage. Pour la config : - Ressort progressif 2.5-2.7 a l'avant avec le système PSS (amortos rempli en 300) - Ressort 2.6 a l'arrière avec amortos classique en 300 avec piston 3 trous. - Ouverture du train avant 2, angle de carrossage a 1 - Pincement du train arrière 2, angle de carrossage a 1 - Hauteur de chassis : 5 mm avant et 6mm arrière - Carro Bittydesign striker - Pneu volante ou corally en 36 - Différentiel a pignon avec de la 5000 Donc je cherche des conseils ou des astuces, pour arriver a progresser pour rendre un peu plus calme le train arriere et arriver a ce qui suit l'avant sans broncher Faut il changer l'huile du diff (+ dure ou + molle) ? idem amortos, etc... Merci pour vos conseil précieux.
  2. Bonjour j'ai acheté une xray t3 2012 d'occas pour rouler en exterieur, mais je ne trouve pas la version de ma xray t3 car les cellule ne sont pas orange comme beaucoup de xray mais elle sont violet. Je voulais savoir si c'etait pas une edition limité (hudy ou autre) j'ai cependant le certifica et la notice de la xray t3 2012 (sur la photo de la notice elle est orange). photo de la béte (cliquez pour agrandir) la modif pour le lipo en carbon et velcro c'est moi qu'il l'ai fait pour avoir plus de flex Donc si quelqu'un peut me donné des info sur cette voiture je le remerci d'avance. Cdlt alex
  3. <IMG src="" width="600"> The first indoor nationals was held in Randers in Denmark, in a big sports hall. The track was looking very nice, but the carpet was not the carpet you were looking to race RC cars on. The carpet hair was so long that every time we have raced 5 minutes you should use 30 minutes + just to clean the car from carpet, and I saw many guys there used many new ball bearings. The carpet was very strange to drive, it was like you have turned to the right and it just don’t stop until the carpet was laid down.The grip level never become good and with this long hair carpet it was a little hard to drive, but the track has a very nice layout and a good flow! It was Saturday and it was the first time I should drive the new XRAY T4’15, after a day of practice I have the fastest laptime and I was very confident with how the car was working! Sunday was the raced day, we got our tires form the race control and I begun to take my tire machine and sandpaper in use, because of the carpet new tires just not was working until you have taken the shiny of the tire. In the qualys I make some good runs, but I had a lot of mistakes, and could see that fast Patrick Hornum had found a good speed, and was some seconds faster than me. But I was trying to get my car a little bit easier because the carpet begun to become very hard to drive, in the last qualy the XRAY T4’15 was very good and easy and I was almost as fast as Patrick Hornum. First final was a good start for me, Patrick made a mistake in the first corner, and I took the lead! I was trying to hold back fast Patrick Hornum but after 2,5 minutes mark Patrick was trying to go on my inside but hit my rear so it spun out and his body get tuck in the wheel. I could drive still in front but not long because my car has been out of the racing line and in the long hair, and Hornum was in the rear end of me again, after I made a mistake Hornum got by and won the Final in front of me. Second final was not a good start, Hornum got a bad start and I was trying to take it easy as I could see he has no grip at all, and I got hit in the rear and my body get tucked.. Agian later it got tucked and Patrick Hornum was too long in front of me and won this final, to become the overall winner of round 1. I was down in the last position, but I got back in 3rd position after the 5 minute mark after some close racing. Last final I was just taking it easy, Hornum was fast and was trying to beat some lap times. I could take home the 2nd spot in this final with some safe taktick driving to get the 2nd overall. Morten Iversen who made a good second final got in the 3rd spot overall. Final Result: 1. Patrick Hornum 2. Mike Gosvig 3. Morten Iversen 4. Patrick Folman 5. Frederik Hovgaard 6. Johnni Andersen 7. Frederik Broløs 8. Palle Hornum Report from Mike Gosvig
  4. <IMG src="" width="600"> The all-new XB8E is an Electric Evolution of the new XB8 platform…designed & built based on one of the most successful 1/8 off-road cars. The XRAY off-road R&D team – including Chief Designer Juraj Hudy and European Champions Martin Bayer, Reno Savoya & Miguel Matias – have combined their knowledge, expertise and dedication to transform the XB8 into the most advanced 1/8 electric off-road car. Extensively tested in real race conditions by the Factory Racing Team around the world, and finely tuned to provide you the fastest & best handling car to bring you to victory. Evolution... Extreme... Excellence... Exclusive... Electric...XB8E
  5. <IMG src="" width="600"> This weekend the Czech Championship was held in a small Moravian village Jedovnice. The classes in which you were able to participate were Open, Stock, GT, Hobby and Formula. The track layout was really fast with lots of straight parts and during the weekend it was strating to be challening. ETS RIDE tyres were used in Open and LRP tyres in Stock. Grip was medium high and the racing tight in both classes. On Friday you had a chance to practise on this track and almost everybody came here. The qualiefiers got underway on Saturday. You needed to do 3 counted rounds of 5 for an overall result. In Open Class my car felt pretty strong and I won 4 rounds. I was using my standart carpet set up. In the last round of Quali I decided to try harder 1,4 rear anti-roll bar and it made my car really easy to drive and it was also pretty fast. The whole race was really fast young Jirka Vyšín who showed his talent and won 1 round. Then also Zdeno Kunák and Kuba Šimurda. It was getting harder to try go faster because the track layout was quite easy and when the traction increased, 5 minutes of racing were even harder and harder. In Finals I put in first two rounds 1st place and it decided about the whole result. In the last one we saw some fighting between Jirka and Zdeno and Zdeno putted the last win. Final results Open: 1. Černý Marek - XRAY 2. Kunák Zdenko 3. Vyšín Jiří - XRAY 4. Šimurda Kuba - XRAY 5. Nemček David - XRAY 6. Grof Petr 7. Hola Vítězslav - XRAY 8. Blahovský Michal 9. Doležal Karel - XRAY 10. Kanina Jan - XRAY More... Source: Xray
  6. <IMG src="" width="600"> The EOS series is one of the most competitive off-road series since not only all the European best drivers are present but various factory team drivers from overseas come to the race so the competition level is extremely high, almost like World championship series on carpet. With our team we did a lot of work and progress since we released the XB4 and the 2WD version and we continuously worked and improve from a race to the next race. We continue to work on the smallest details, tune our set-ups to an absolute perfection and do a lot of testing, many times crazy stuff which either moves us in front a little bit again or are not worth at all in other cases. Simply the entire team has been working very hard as the competition pushes the envelope further all the time as well. The third round of EOS was going to be special for me as it was to be run at the amazing Hudy Arena in Trencin which is something like home track for me. This was a real challenge for me as I had real motivation to take the win at my home track but at the same time it put a kind of pressure on me. Despite we have been testing with the XRAY team at the Arena, this time the track was just before the event completely rebuilt with an all new carpet and a changed layout which was much more challenging and a little bit more difficult but for me with some funny jumps that I really liked. Comparing to all previous indoor tracks this was finally one that is a real off-road track, challenging but one to enjoy. In the last EOS races I was always very close to the win but was missing the good luck. I was hoping that I can collect my good luck this time. I have travelled to Trencin already on Wednesday afternoon to meet with Reno and Lorenzo at the hotel to take a nice dinner and to relax a little. The show started early on Thursday with free practice the whole day. I worked most of the time to adjust my set-up to the new track conditions but those changes were really only some small details and the practice was for me more used to adapt from nitro racing style back to the electric one. On Friday we had 3 rounds of timed practice with counted 3 best laps which would set the starting grid for the qualifiers. I did not change my set-up to record the 3 best laps but prepared my qualifiers set-up which was for 5 minutes run but still I was able to achieve the fastest 3 laps time which set me on pace. The first 2 qualifiers in 2WD class were on schedule the same day in which I was able to finish 2nd and 3rd which was a solid start for me as I secured an A main position which gave me confidence to go more on the edge for the remaining qualifiers on Saturday. Followed by 4WD timed practice I had some more track time and the change from 2WD to 4WD was very fast for me and was able to record the fastest lap times which would put me on the qualifiers grid in first place. Saturday started with 4 rounds of qualifiers in 4WD qualifiers and since I was very confident in the car I was very relaxed and won the first qualifiers easily. I do not know why, probably because of the pressure, I was a little nervous in second qualifiers where I made several mistakes. I fully concentrated for the last qualifiers which I won with a large gap in front of Naoto Matsukura in 2nd place who was one of the most competitive driver this weekend. With the TQ position in 4WD class I could finally relax a little bit which gave me also a comfort for the upcoming last two qualifiers in 2WD class. The whole team was working very hard from qualifiers to qualifiers and we managed to get 3 cars in the 4WD A main final including Reno and Miguel Matias which was a very nice result and gave us higher chances for good final results. Saturday afternoon the last two qualifiers in 2WD were on schedule and for me to take the TQ I would have to win both, a difficult task but still not impossible. In the third qualifiers I took the win and to secure the overall TQ I would have to win the last one as well which went pretty good until I made a small mistake which Naoto used and took the win and overall TQ for him while I finished 2nd overall. Miguel Matias and Martin Wollanka did the blistering qualifiers as well which put them on the A main starting grid as well and we had 3 cars in the A main which is a very great result. Reno was this time unlucky with the same tie points he got BQ and I missed my homie in the final. The first 2WD final was on schedule still on Saturday evening. I had a perfect start when I made an amazing pass over leading Matsukura in the first lap but then made a huge mistake that dropped me way back and I lost ¾ of the lap over the first cars. As I had nothing to lose I pushed this time very hard and was able to work my way back to the front in 3rd place but could not reach on the leading two cars so finished 3rd. Though the car was working flawlessly which hold my confidence for Sunday finals. The last day at Hudy Arena had all the finals on schedule and we started early in the morning. In the 2WD class I won the second final which brought me back in the game and I could still take the overall win if I win the last final. I knew I need to fully concentrate and just keep no mistake driving and I can take the win. After the start of last final I took over Naoto and with no mistake at all I was able to cruise for a safe victory which brought me and XRAY team the first win in the 2WD class at the EOS series. The very hard work of the entire team has finally worked out. Winning the very competitive 2WD class gave me the personal confidence in myself and I was fully relaxed for the 4WD finals. In the first final I jumped the first double very safely and rather let Naoto to go just to pass him in a short time later on to take back the lead and did not give chance to anyone else until the end of the race. The car was working so well that I was sure if I do not make any huge mistake in the next final I can win that one also but I did not want to underestimate anything. We have checked before the next final again everything on the car and I went to the second final well prepared. The atmosphere was incredible and all the people encouraging me was a huge motivation for me to push the car but to keep it on the safe side and I took start-finish win fairly easily which secured me the overall win in the 4WD class as well. This weekend was extremely successful for me and the entire XRAY team. I am very happy that the huge amount of work and effort we put in between the races on testing and development has paid off and that we finally grabbed wins in both categories at the same time. Finally my dream came true and I am very happy that I could win this race at our home track. I would like to thanks to all my sponsors for big support from them! Especially I would like to thanks to XRAY and to Juraj personally as they give me maximum comfort during weekend! Very special thanks goes to entire Hudy family for making this race possible at this amazing facility! Thanks to everyone in the team for their very hard and dedicated work during the entire weekend including Reno Savoya, Miguel Matias, Lorenzo Crolla, Nuno Rebelo, Martin Wollanka, David Kukla, Ales Bayer, Igor Liptak, Malin Karlsen, Andreas Myrberg, Martin Hudy, Juraj Hudy and of course everyone else in the tam. Being very proud being member of this team. Report: Martin Bayer
  7. <img src="" alt="Hiro seiko - Petitrc - Titanium Hex Socket screw kits for Xray, Yokomo and Team Durango 1:10 Scale E" width="600" /> HIRO SEIKO release the Titanium Hex Socket screw kits for Xray, Yokomo and Team Durango 1:10 Scale EP buggy. Available for the XB4 / XB4 2WD, B-MAX4 III and DEX410 V4. #69813 B-MAX4 III Titanium Hex Socket Screw Set #69814 XB4 Titanium Hex Socket Screw Set #69815 XB4 2WD Titanium Hex Socket Screw Set #69816 DEX410 V4 Titanium Hex Socket Screw Set ________________________________________ Website:
  8. <IMG src="" width="600"> Not far from the world famous Nürburgring will be held on 08 and 09 March XRAY CHALLENGE GERMANY 2014 instead. The venue is the "Eifel-Ring", the permanent indoor track of the Model Car Club (MAC) Adenau. On the 90-meter-long carpet runway which is similar sophisticated as the nearby legendary Nürburgring Nordschleife, the internationally announced Xray Challenge Germany is extended into three classes: modified touring cars, touring cars floor and 1:12 standard. Participation is open to riders from home and abroad with 1:10 touring car chassis and 1:12 chassis all brands. Mandatory are only LRP CPX tires, LRP-adhesive Carpet 1/2/3 and a minimum weight of 1,350 grams for both touring car classes as well as for the stock class 13.5T brushless motors according to EFRA and dials in flashing mode. The minimum weight for the 1:12 vehicles with 10.5T motors and controllers in the flashing mode is 730 grams. XRAY Challenge Germany Track: Eifel-Ring Organiser: MAC Adena, SMI, XRAY Track address:'24'24,8'-O6'55'39,7' Website: Categories run: 1/10 electric modified touring 1/10 electric stock touring 1/12 pan car Date: Sa.08 -So. 09.March 2014 Time schedule: Practice, Saturday 10.00-20.00 Qualifiers, Sunday 07.30-09.00 Finals Sunday 09.30 Prize ceremony and tombola Sunday 17.00 PRO driver at the race: Alexander Hagberg ,Tobias Hepp Technical support: SMI RC Klein Kram Spare part service: RC Klein Kram Entry fee: Adults 18.00€ Junior 12.00€ T-shirt & tombola included Subscription:,, Fax: 02693/1288
  9. <img src="" alt="PETITRC - Davide Tortorici Joins XRAY" width="600" /> XRAY is happy to announce that multiple European and Italian Champion Davide Tortorici has joined the XRAY team to race the 1/10 electric off-road cars. Davide will race the XB4 & XB4 2WD at all Italian races and internationally at EOS and European Championship. The impressive list of achievements includes: 1/8 off-road: 2x European Champion 6x Italian Champion 2x Neo Vice-champion GP Montpellier winner Multiple EFRA GP winner Worlds finalist 1/10 off-road: Multiple National champion Davide says: XRAY welcomes Davide to the team and wishes all the best luck.
  10. <IMG src="" width="600"> XRAY is happy to announce that the young talented French driver Lorenzo Crolla joins the XRAY off-road team. Lorenzo will attend all French championship races, French cup, European championship and will try to get his ticket for the World’s in Italy! Lorenzo has been as a private driver already the European Championship A main finalists in Spain with the XRAY XB4 and will continue to race in both 4WD and 2WD 1/10 classes with the XB4 as well. Lorenzo says: Source: Xray
  11. <img src="" width="600"> Xray announce the XB4 2WD buggy...coming soon! More details -> Source: Xray
  12. <img src="" width=600"> Bonjour.... Photos: Article (in Italian) and Results: Some photos and results about the first on road AUTOMODELLI.IT event. Martin Hudy special guest !!! enjoy....
  13. <IMG src="" width="600"> RC Area, partner of PETITRC, contacted us to present you a selection of photos of the Xray XB4 build process! <IMG src="" width="600"> La suite / More details...
  14. Salut à vous modélistes, Le MBC 67 est un club qui à l'heure actuelle comporte 8 membres actifs, ce qui permet de nous faire plaisir, et depuis peut encore plus avec notre système de comptage (robitronic lapcounter). Nous nous réunissons les mardis et mercredis soir à partir de 18h à la salle de Schalkendorf (entre bouxwiller et haguenau - bas-rhin). Nous tournons principalement en xray m18t ou m18, mais rien empêche un amateur de team asso rc18t rc18b, mini inferno ou autre lrp ... , brushless ou brushed de se joindre à nous. à bientôt élian