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Old 04-05-2013, 05:04 PM   #3016
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If we order from HH we guaranteed the fixed mold?
y order? just call them and talk to someone in Customer Service and tell them Ryan said they have the new lower shock caps and they should send them out to ya...They will take care of ya
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Old 04-05-2013, 05:33 PM   #3017
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Mmm hmm!! ?:@)
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Old 04-05-2013, 06:23 PM   #3018
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Who makes the orange turnbuckles that I see guys running?
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Old 04-05-2013, 06:40 PM   #3019
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Found the perfect receiver box!!! (Until some company makes one for the losi!)
My receiver is an airtronics 92744 and its a tight fit. I just installed it on the side of the servo. Cut whatever you don't need with an exacto knife. Ohh and dirt cheap!
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...r-Receiver-Box
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Old 04-05-2013, 07:09 PM   #3020
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will my diff wear in??
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Old 04-05-2013, 07:21 PM   #3021
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Who makes the orange turnbuckles that I see guys running?
I've seen people use the aluminum ones from the durango. They are an orange color.
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Old 04-06-2013, 12:10 AM   #3022
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I know at different tracks and condission not all tires will work at any given time lot depends on weather if its cool warm or hot outside if the track is dry slick dusty rought or smooth or if its watered alot durning the race day or watered only alittle.Certain tires might work really well starting out but wont as well as the day gets hotter,so my question is from the list of tires below

aka cityblocks soft
aka enduros soft

jconcepts goose bumps soft
jconcepts subcultures soft

proline calibers med
proline bow tie soft
proline bow frighter soft

What tires work well on a hard packed dry slick dusty track that is large in size and gets watered durning the race day but drys out fairly quick between rounds.If there are better type tires for what i am asking about please post what they are and how they work for you i know its all a matter of opinion but i would like to know Thank you
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I run a track like that n use enduros, bow fighter n calibers super soft hope this helps and after watering i go with a pin tire so the dirt dont cake up in them
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Old 04-06-2013, 10:31 AM   #3024
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I know at different tracks and condission not all tires will work at any given time lot depends on weather if its cool warm or hot outside if the track is dry slick dusty rought or smooth or if its watered alot durning the race day or watered only alittle.Certain tires might work really well starting out but wont as well as the day gets hotter,so my question is from the list of tires below

aka cityblocks soft
aka enduros soft

jconcepts goose bumps soft
jconcepts subcultures soft

proline calibers med
proline bow tie soft
proline bow frighter soft

What tires work well on a hard packed dry slick dusty track that is large in size and gets watered durning the race day but drys out fairly quick between rounds.If there are better type tires for what i am asking about please post what they are and how they work for you i know its all a matter of opinion but i would like to know Thank you
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I've had the best luck on a watered then dry track with calibers and cityblocks. M4/SS in coolconditions, M3/Soft in warm weather.
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My track is similar too. I've tired a lot of tires and I love soft grid irons. I'm on my third set (between my 1.0 and 2.0) and I feel the most consitent with them. I found super soft a good in colder conditions but can wear fast.
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Hi, besides imageshack, what other app can be used to upload pics from the iphone? With imageshack some pics uploads inverted and the rest are super large. Only once I could upload an image correctly. Thanks
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Hi, besides imageshack, what other app can be used to upload pics from the iphone? With imageshack some pics uploads inverted and the rest are super large. Only once I could upload an image correctly. Thanks
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Our outdoor track is hard on the line but soft and loamy on the outsides where the dirt gets thrown.
We have found Calibers in M4 or M3 to be great on our SCTE's and sc10's.
As the day turns to night and the dew starts to dampen the track they sometimes have a bit too much traction.
Tried holeshots but the Calibers were definitely better
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Our outdoor track is hard on the line but soft and loamy on the outsides where the dirt gets thrown.
We have found Calibers in M4 or M3 to be great on our SCTE's and sc10's.
As the day turns to night and the dew starts to dampen the track they sometimes have a bit too much traction.
Tried holeshots but the Calibers were definitely better
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