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Old 04-08-2007, 12:02 PM   #15196
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Yeah im testing Symantec BackupExec 11D and it wont do a brick level backup of the exchange public folders. Any ideas on what is wrong?
I gotta admit you got me there with that one.
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Old 04-08-2007, 12:14 PM   #15197
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You have to specify "Low-Level Copy."
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Old 04-08-2007, 04:42 PM   #15198
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Default any stock setup for asphalt

any good setups for asphalts in stock getting the pro 4 redy for outdoor and keeping the cyclone for carpet thxs reggie
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Old 04-08-2007, 10:38 PM   #15199
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I woud stick with 64 pitch. Starting with the 98t spur, go with a 28t pinion and work your way down, The 6900 isnt as ballistic as the 7700, meaning that it will give you nice torque off the line without being overly aggressive. Checking your motor after say 10 minutes (you are running Li-Po right?), if your motor can is warm but not hot (120 degrees or so), it all depends on the top end. If you like what you see, stay there. If you want a little more top go up a tooth. More punch less top, go down one. Rip em and kill em!
If the motor is hot, like more than 120 degrees, I will have to go down on the gearing right? like from 28t pinion going to 27t pinion.

Actually I'm using 3600 Nimh at the moment, will I'll be okay.

Thank you for the tip ...
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Old 04-08-2007, 11:04 PM   #15200
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If the motor is hot, like more than 120 degrees, I will have to go down on the gearing right? like from 28t pinion going to 27t pinion.

Actually I'm using 3600 Nimh at the moment, will I'll be okay.

Thank you for the tip ...
Actually no. With brushless motors, as long as you stay below 160, you are fine. 120 is fine, barely even warm to the touch. Now, if it is HOT, definately drop a tooth or two. But at 120, you are way better than safe. Picture this, I am only getting to 98 degrees on my motor running a final drive of 9.95. I am jumping up two teeth on the pinion, figuring to get in the 125 degrees range, killing some low end and putting it on the top.

As far as your pack, brushless are power hungry. You will eventually have to upgrade, if not to Li-Po, at least to some IB 3800's. Those puppies feed the voltage. And dont be afraid to monitor those cells, you dont want them hot enough to loosen the battery bars, ending your race (and fun).
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Old 04-08-2007, 11:51 PM   #15201
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Default Thanks again...

I have a lot more questions ... but its not pro4 anymore. I'll ask on the other threads. Thanks for the help.
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Old 04-19-2007, 07:49 AM   #15202
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my garage just got bigger!!! i have been wanting a Pro4 for the longest time. finally, i have one.

i will be running it in 27T stock.







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Old 04-19-2007, 11:18 AM   #15203
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my garage just got bigger!!! i have been wanting a Pro4 for the longest time. finally, i have one.

i will be running it in 27T stock.







THAT LOOK'S GREAT!!! NICE PICS...
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Old 04-19-2007, 11:31 AM   #15204
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Car looks good. First chance you get, change those springs. Too bouncy. Get some Hara purple or xray's when you can
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Old 04-19-2007, 02:07 PM   #15205
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thanks BX. what spring rates would you recommend i get? according to the kit these 16.9pound Silver and 19pound Gold.
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Old 04-19-2007, 04:04 PM   #15207
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thanks BX. what spring rates would you recommend i get? according to the kit these 16.9pound Silver and 19pound Gold.
Using xray springs, when I ran 19turn, front was 30xray front and 22.5 xray rear.
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Default pro4 w/ mm 6900

Hi guys, just got the mamba 6900 this morning...

Is there anything I have to upgrade on the pro4 to handle the power?

I was reading about other tc cars, going for the steel outdrives... but I can't find anything for the pro4 ...

Need to know anything?, before I zipped on the straights ...
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Old 04-21-2007, 09:32 AM   #15209
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Hi guys, just got the mamba 6900 this morning...

Is there anything I have to upgrade on the pro4 to handle the power?

I was reading about other tc cars, going for the steel outdrives... but I can't find anything for the pro4 ...

Need to know anything?, before I zipped on the straights ...
RC Zombies makes custom parts for the pro4, pm Bxpitbull for more details. Take Care...
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Old 04-21-2007, 08:47 PM   #15210
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Hi guys, just got the mamba 6900 this morning...

Is there anything I have to upgrade on the pro4 to handle the power?

I was reading about other tc cars, going for the steel outdrives... but I can't find anything for the pro4 ...

Need to know anything?, before I zipped on the straights ...
The diffs and bevel gears are going to suffer. Sleepy23 used to fabircate outdrives, but with the lack of demand, has moved on to greener pastures. If you can find a fabricator to make the outdrives in metal, do it. Get that done and buy some Cyclone blades; these will lessen the stress of the torque coming off of the dogbone. The bevel gear that feeds power to the diff is suspect. Unforunately, no metal there. Stock up on them. Running 64 pitch? Well, unless you are going to stay on perfectly treated tracks, looks forward to stripping a gear or two (or three or four). Go 48pitch and the less gears you will strip. Thats about it.
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