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Old 04-07-2012, 03:45 PM   #736
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Its a homemade design so its not for sale. We did the milling our selves.
Some small changes have to be made to the design, it is was designed to use 3 damper in stead of 1 damper and 2 tubes so the top deck of the motorpod need some small changes.

Version PX10W.1 will be release soon.
If you aren't going to sell it are you planning on releasing cad files/plans for it so others can make it themselves?
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Old 04-08-2012, 02:19 AM   #737
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Probably not... We make our own designs in a way that we think it should be. We use them to make one or two cars at the most and there is no commercial intention behind it in any way.

If I (or Kees) was to sell the CAD-plans it would be wise to put some sort of patent on them but that is not cheap. I personally will never put my plans on the web just like that. That would be our luck, putting our plans on the web and then some company takes it (because there is no patent) and then all of the sudden you see your own design somewhere in a kit. I personally don't want to take that risk so my plans stay where they are.

My suggestion would be, get yourself into AutoCAD and start being creative. That's how we did it.
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[QUOTE=Joost K.;10566742]This may seem that way but they don't. The rotating speed is actually the same on both rows. If the spurgear turns at say 10.000rpm, both rows turn the same speed. But the centrifugal force of the two rows is different and that may cause the diff to scrub and what you said the rows are fighting each other is therefore true. [/QOUTE]


The problem is not the rotational speed but the amount of pressure being applied to the outer balls. As you tighten the diff, the rings will bend inward (Just slightly) to create the preasure on the balls. The contact will only happen with the balls closest to the center, and the balls will act as a pivot point for the rings, preventing the contact of the outer balls.

As for rotational speed of the balls, the balls on the outer rings will be traveling faster then the inner balls as they will have to cover a greater distance in the same amount of time as the inner balls. But really it doesnt matter, just run one set of balls! Preferrably the outer ring so you dont have to tighten the diff as much, (More balls).


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Old 04-13-2012, 03:29 AM   #739
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Thumbs up Benelux+ race 2012

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Like last year the Benelux + race will be hosted on the beautiful and high speed track of Baanbrekers.
The track is located in the south of The Netherlands.



Pro10 will have 2 classes, stock and modified.
-weight 1200 grams
-open esc
-all 10.5t are allowed in the stock class
-no motor limit in modified class

Friday: Track is open from 12:00 for non controlled practise
Saterday: 2 controlled practise and 4 qualifications
Sunday : non controlled practise, 10:00 5th qualification and 3 finals. 17:00 trophies

Camping site is on the tracks premises.

Website: http://www.macdebaanbrekers.nl/benel...tric_2012.html

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Where do i find these NOMAC rules for Pro10
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Old 04-14-2012, 05:44 AM   #741
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What do you want to know?
This because it is in dutch
Nomac rules(simple)

2WD(rear) pancar 200 or 235MM
Tires: Foam or rubber(capped in rain)
Weight minimum: 1200Grams
Motor: 10.5 brushless or 19 turns brushed
Battery:2S lipo
Body: Lemans prototype, PanCar, CanAm, GTP, GT or WSC
Wide rear:Max 235MM.
Wide front: 220MM
No independant rear suspension
Wheelbase from 225 to 280MM
No 2 speed allowed.
Max diameter of the wheels 48MM
Max wide of wheel 52MM
Minimum height 75MM

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Old 04-14-2012, 05:53 AM   #742
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Nomac rules. http://www.nomac.nl/wp-content/uploa...-1-10-EC10.pdf

Like roy said it is in dutch but "google translate" does a wonderfull job.

@roy, Width is maximum 250mm. Front width is not mentioned
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Me bad

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Old 04-17-2012, 08:22 AM   #744
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And to follow up the pictures of our P235-CS '12 that Roy posted...

Here is mine...











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Old 04-17-2012, 04:24 PM   #745
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And to follow up the pictures of our P235-CS '12 that Roy posted...
Beautiful!!!!
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Old 04-17-2012, 07:06 PM   #746
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Daaannngg!! WooHoo!
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Old 04-19-2012, 06:11 AM   #747
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Serpent releases PRO10 upgrade set for their pancars S100 link and S100 LT
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Old 04-19-2012, 06:50 AM   #748
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Some pictures of the car with electronics.

In the near future I want to change all the servo leads to be all black but for now this will do the job.



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Seems Pan cars are 1 second per lap faster than Modified Touring cars in the Heemstede track. Look and compare! Play the first video to 10 seconds (when first pan car crosses the line), then pause. Then play the TC video. Then play the Pan car video once the first TC crosses the same line. After two laps Pan Cars are ahead!!! Whooo!!!

1/10 2WD Pan Car
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correct, the modified pro10 make 1/8 nitro laptimes.

We don't prep our tracks overhere, you just have to cope with the traction that is pressent. On that video the traction was relative low and some drivers in the mod class were there for the first time with most having run only half a day practice on the track. So you see some drivers not able to cope with the traction levels. Later in the evening (running under floodlight) traction got quite bad so it was really difficult to find a stable setup.



@ joost, in comparison with you my chassis looks like a jumbled up ball of wires. Don't worry about looks...worry about the competition
BenV scored a 16.5sec lap or something. Yes only one lap and the rest was higher but he only has driven the car for a few days so it does show it's potential.

Let's hope saterday won't rain so we finaly have a nice race. I hope not but by the looks of it we have a high chance of a rained out summer season again.
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