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Old 10-24-2011, 10:50 AM   #3166
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So where did you buy all the upgraded parts?

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Just saw that TQ Rc racing has just got a lot of that in stock. Thinking about getting the counter weight.
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Just saw that TQ Rc racing has just got a lot of that in stock. Thinking about getting the counter weight.
I have a couple of the roll damper conversions coming in, but I forgot to order the counterweights, will get them on the next order.
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Since I clearly can't let my F103 die I installed some of the the F104 X1 upgrade parts on the 103 pod allowing for use of the new side damper and pod parts. Just need some time to test next weekend
is that a 1s Lipo?
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Old 10-24-2011, 11:01 AM   #3169
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Alloy in blue or black?
Price and what parts are involved?

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I have a couple of the roll damper conversions coming in, but I forgot to order the counterweights, will get them on the next order.
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is that a 1s Lipo?
Looks like a Shorty 2s. I am running the Losi one in mine when i'm not running the buggy and I love it.
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http://www.tqrcracing.com/
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is that a 1s Lipo?
it's a 2s venom pack
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Alloy in blue or black?
Price and what parts are involved?

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only saw the blue, $55 & $10 for the parts
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I love that place, just got a box today
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Yes indeed, Sean's a great track/shop owner!
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Hi,

I am writing rules for 2012 F1 series...

I am wondering what tire to recommend for a wet day race..?

I am thinking it must be a rubber wheel and probably one with groves..

I do not know what is available along thoose lines

So please rubber tires with groves
brand and partnumber if possible also a link to a place to get them. pics?

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You'd be surprised but the slicks work better in the wet than most if not all of the tires made for F1 that has grooves or tread. Once the track gets wet enough the grip is often times higher than it is in the dry...but the in between time the grip is very loose no matter what tire you have.
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I think most use 20R tires in the wet....
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You'd be surprised but the slicks work better in the wet than most if not all of the tires made for F1 that has grooves or tread. Once the track gets wet enough the grip is often times higher than it is in the dry...but the in between time the grip is very loose no matter what tire you have.
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I think most use 20R tires in the wet....
OK, slicks...
I'm not a rubber tire person so 20R tire what is that?
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