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Old 06-28-2014, 10:08 AM   #1426
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@ Pro10noob, nice pics! I still cant get over the envy I have for those beautiful outdoor tracks you guys run on. Which car is yours in the pics?
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Old 06-28-2014, 12:02 PM   #1427
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Those are our wonderfull nitro and bigscale tracks.
The one in the middle is my car(first pic)
The thirth person on the right(second pic) is my team mate and designer of the car(thirth pic is the car)

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@ Pro10noob, nice pics! I still cant get over the envy I have for those beautiful outdoor tracks you guys run on. Which car is yours in the pics?
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Old 06-28-2014, 02:15 PM   #1428
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Was it from one of the mfg at the "Meet and Greet" from last years IIC?
Yup! From Bruce at Speed Merchant
http://www.teamspeedmerchant.com/news.html
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Yup! From Bruce at Speed Merchant
http://www.teamspeedmerchant.com/news.html
Very nice.
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Greetings Pro10noob. Thank you for the pics. I've gotta get out more to run my pan cars-there's so much real estate on my rc10L's and the BL systems drop right in to those wide pods.Thanks again Pro10noob.
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Old 06-29-2014, 12:31 AM   #1431
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@!Oreo.... It is a prototype car with T-bar setup.
Front is Asso, rear is IRS with indeed a wide pod
Car runs perfect and is very easy to drive.
Check my photo album for more pic's and pic's from the older car

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Old 06-30-2014, 08:14 AM   #1432
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Yup! From Bruce at Speed Merchant
http://www.teamspeedmerchant.com/news.html
looks very nice.
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I hear there might be a new 235mm pan car platform coming out of a "little" shop in massachusetts... should be interesting.
Might, possibly, maybe one coming from out west at as well......

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Old 07-01-2014, 03:41 PM   #1434
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Anyone know how to resolve a RC10L2 from spinning out on power? Its not after immediate power input but it just gets to a point where the car can not support the power and spins out. 10.5 boosted on asphalt. Im used to a car that feels glued to the track and this just feels very floaty and sketchy on power. I have turned the speedo punch down to 80% and added Neg expo on the throttle curve of the radio.

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Ride height is 5mm forward and back.
Silver Center Spring w/ 30wt oil.

I ran a RC10L2 back in the early 2000's with 19t motors and never had an issue. I'm not sure what the problem is. Tweak is spot on as well. Battery position was tried forward and back. Back was better. I never really liked the "natural rubbers" on asphalt so I may try Green. I used to have success with that as a rear tire. But its firmer and seems to be opposite of what people are running with Lipo batteries. The local club runs 1s 10.5 boosted so I have two packs strapped in and only plug in one at a time.

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Try a softer centerspring. The centerspring directly has influence on the on- and off-power steering.
The rest seems fine although I don't understand the white rear tires on asphalt.

Over here we also drive 10.5 boosted on 2S. Front springs and Purple fronts sound okay but most of us here drive DoublePink (35-36 shore) in the rear.
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Might, possibly, maybe one coming from out west at as well......

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This is interesting! Can you say who its from?
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RAL, so out of the corner it doesn't spin out, it spins out later? At what point does it start to spin out?
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Try a softer centerspring. The centerspring directly has influence on the on- and off-power steering.
The rest seems fine although I don't understand the white rear tires on asphalt.

Over here we also drive 10.5 boosted on 2S. Front springs and Purple fronts sound okay but most of us here drive DoublePink (35-36 shore) in the rear.
Most are running link cars. Some are BMI with their fiberglass blade type link. White is what they are all using in the rear. I also tried a black center spring (softer) and it still spun out it just had less steering.
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Is the center screw on t-bar in or out?
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RAL, so out of the corner it doesn't spin out, it spins out later? At what point does it start to spin out?
On power corner exit the rear breaks loose. Also does not feel stable off power in corner entry (the rear will snap loose). I think I may need to try a different rear tire. Rear wheels are also equal distance from the center-line of the car. Rear track width is about 231mm. Pod is level. What diameter circle are you guys generally using for EPA adjustment?
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