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Old 03-25-2012, 10:18 PM   #1576
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Where you racin' this weekend Paul? I have a SouthWest plane ticket that expires in 8 days and have a pass to anywhere I want to race...


See ya at Asphalt Nats hopefully.
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Hi Adub. Not really sure as of yet. if you are serious call me to discuss your options.
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Old 03-29-2012, 01:18 PM   #1577
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Hi Paul
for a good set-up is necessary that the rubber are spent evenly across its surface?
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Old 03-29-2012, 02:16 PM   #1578
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Hi Adub. Not really sure as of yet. if you are serious call me to discuss your options.
I forgot I posted this so I pulled the trigger on Chicago. I'll be there through Sunday. Hope your weekend goes well.

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Old 03-29-2012, 03:18 PM   #1579
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for a good set-up is necessary that the rubber are spent evenly across its surface?
Hi! I don't think so. I look at tire wear but i don't worry a ton about the tire wear across the surface. sometimes the wear is even across and sometimes it is not.

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I forgot I posted this so I pulled the trigger on Chicago. I'll be there through Sunday. Hope your weekend goes well.

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Old 03-29-2012, 10:01 PM   #1580
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HI Paul,

I was looking through Thunder Power the 6000mah 65c lipo and under the case type its stated Mid-Bullet.

Can i know what does it mean by Mid-Bullet Case??

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I was looking through Thunder Power the 6000mah 65c lipo and under the case type its stated Mid-Bullet.

Can i know what does it mean by Mid-Bullet Case??

thank you.

Hi. It is the case size and connector. so it is obviously a bullet plug pack and the Mid is more for Thunderpower's use to identify the case that goes with those cells. it is a normal size 2cell case.

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Old 03-30-2012, 02:38 PM   #1582
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Do you have any pics of the new Thunder Power Z3R-550 motor?
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Do you have any pics of the new Thunder Power Z3R-550 motor?
Sorry, i don't. Jim from Thunderpower checks this thread sometimes. maybe he will post some pics.

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[QUOTE=Cult Racing;10537708]Do you have any pics of the new Thunder Power Z3R-550 motor?[/QUOTE




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Thanks!
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Paul, those motors will work great in that new 4x4 off-road vehicle that you are going to buy.
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Paul - I know this isnt the "gravity" thread but I was wondering what 1/12 compounds might work on the Leisure Hours asphalt track? Thanks in advance for your help
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Hi Paul,

just purchased a 8.5T THPRC motor may you provide settings for lrp SXX stock v2 and for Tekin RS Pro and final ration, thanks.
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Paul - I know this isnt the "gravity" thread but I was wondering what 1/12 compounds might work on the Leisure Hours asphalt track? Thanks in advance for your help
Hi, Im not 100% sure yet but for asphalt i think Med's will be the best. sauce will be important, LG2 should work well, as it work's great for nitro at LH.
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just purchased a 8.5T THPRC motor may you provide settings for lrp SXX stock v2 and for Tekin RS Pro and final ration, thanks.
Hi, Is this for TC? for TC i would start at a 7.3 ratio. LRP speedo setting (3 boost) (6 punch) (4 drag brake) I have never used this wind with those speedo settings but that is my guess for TC. for Tekin I dont know at all.

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Yes it is for TC thanks a lot, what is the max temp in C deg that the motor may run on.
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