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Old 02-12-2010, 11:49 AM   #106
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I can open the principal page (with some problems) but i canīt open any menu... In two different computers i have had the same problem... Iīll try again...

2wdrive: Where can I purchase speedtech traction compound?

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Old 02-12-2010, 11:58 AM   #107
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i just tried the website and it works for me perfect so no idea why it doesn't work for you?

Go to RC RACING and then on the top of the page there is PREISLISTEN push that button
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any rules in pro 10? other than tire size, body size, battery size and 540 size motor?
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overhere there is Stock and modified.

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10.5t 2s lipo, star wind motor from any brand.
Only pro10 bodies are allowed, so for example porsche 962 is not allowed as it is a 1/10 235mm nitro body. Some other small rules but these are the most important.


modified: pretty much everything can be used
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Old 02-13-2010, 02:39 AM   #110
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overhere there is Stock and modified.

Stock:
10.5t 2s lipo, star wind motor from any brand.
Only pro10 bodies are allowed, so for example porsche 962 is not allowed as it is a 1/10 235mm nitro body. Some other small rules but these are the most important.
And I think that this is going very good overall. With the modern 10.5 motors and ESC's on the market the power and speed is awesome. On some tracks we are driving 87 km/U (54 mph) on the straights and personally, I think we can go even faster once we all have full knowledge of our equipment and how to set it up properly. If that happens speeds over 95 km/U (59 mph) should be possible...

This coming outdoor season the Dutch Nationals are now an official class and I really hope that it will turn into a great series of races. Besides that offcoarse also the Saturday Night Competition on the MACH track which will bring me a total of 12 interesting races in the season...

@karamelobcn: For SpeedtechRC Foam Liquid try the wedsite from SpeedtechRC. It is all in German but there is a contact button (.kontakt) and you can write Markus Mobers in English, it is not a problem...

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Old 02-13-2010, 04:11 AM   #111
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@karamelobcn: For SpeedtechRC Foam Liquid try the wedsite from SpeedtechRC. It is all in German but there is a contact button (.kontakt) and you can write Markus Mobers in English, it is not a problem...


I have spoke with markus. 2wdrive let me know this information too. Thank you very much. Are so kind you both
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Old 02-13-2010, 06:04 AM   #112
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hi here in belgium pan car will be demo class as last year
but we have no one coming
where can i get the schedual of the dutch races
and are they "open" or limited to dutch license holder
also my home track is holding club event including pro 10 10,5 2s with good folowing
if you're looking for a venue for the lemans series we could be interested

if you wanna see pictures of the track google for "mrcc" site is old school

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lemans series are open for everyone

nk's you have to be member of a dutch rc club.

http://www.invisio.nl/forum/phpBB3/index.php dutch forum,need to register

http://www.rclemans.tk/
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there were some interests with the drivers in the RC Lemans series to vissit the new 1/8 circuit in Genk Belgium but i am not sure what the status is from that.

Would be nice to have a bigger line up of circuits. Planned line up so far for the RC lemans series are:

11 april 2010 Velp. (Netherlands)
2 May 2010 Bad Breisig alias Sinzig (Germany)
16 May 2010 Oberhausen (Germany)
27 Juni 2010 MAC baanbrekers te Rucphen (Netherlands)
25 juli 2010 MACH Heemstede (Netherlands)
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overhere there is Stock and modified.

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10.5t 2s lipo, star wind motor from any brand.
Only pro10 bodies are allowed, so for example porsche 962 is not allowed as it is a 1/10 235mm nitro body. Some other small rules but these are the most important.


modified: pretty much everything can be used

So you could run a touring car chassie?
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The RC Le-mans rules state that it must be a car with direct drive on the rear axle.
That rules out touring cars.
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So you could run a touring car chassie?

As you were asking about the pro10 rules i thought it was pretty obvious but i gues it was not
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As you were asking about the pro10 rules i thought it was pretty obvious but i gues it was not
i dunno nothing about pro 10 i was hoping it was a open class. like 1/8 track.
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I have a question.

I just picked up two 235mm pan cars.

After trying to install two different motors ( Orion , Novak ) both 10.5's after getting them in and placing the pinion on, the motor is too far forward and pushing on the rubber boot on the bottom of the shock mount.

I figured the pinion or spur needs to be changed. Seeing as they both came with the same sized spur and I don't have an extra, it would be easier to get a smaller pinion.

So...what size pinion do you recommend with a 90T spur?

Thanks
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Old 02-14-2010, 12:36 PM   #120
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Wich brand/type cars do you have?

First for a guesed rollout anwser these questions:
48 or 64dp
motor brand
esc brand
track size
tire diameter

99% sure with a 10.5t motor you will need a smaller spur. Roughly between 68t and 81t (48dp) But not knowing the track size it is just guesing. For a big track the rollout would be roughly between 48 and 60mm depending on your esc and sensor/sensorless driving.

It doesn't make sence to just put a smaller pinion on when it is not the correct rollout for your motor/track size. If the rollout is too high or too low your motor will just get too hot.


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I have a question.

I just picked up two 235mm pan cars.

After trying to install two different motors ( Orion , Novak ) both 10.5's after getting them in and placing the pinion on, the motor is too far forward and pushing on the rubber boot on the bottom of the shock mount.

I figured the pinion or spur needs to be changed. Seeing as they both came with the same sized spur and I don't have an extra, it would be easier to get a smaller pinion.

So...what size pinion do you recommend with a 90T spur?

Thanks
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