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Old 11-19-2006, 04:54 PM   #16576
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What are your experiences of Kick-Up, Anti-Squat and Anti-Dive etc on carpet with rubbers and how it affects the handling?

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Paul Wynn TQ and finished 2nd (because of me ) Paul easily had the win but due to a dumb mistake on my part I cost him the win!! Paul Im sorry and next time Ill keep my eyes a little more open and Ill try to move a little quicker!! Is just that your new car was moving SOOO fast! but again sorry for the mistake!
Thanks Marcos...Stuff happens and it's all good. Heck, if it wasn't for you I wouldn't of been racing; thanks again for the crazy HP My car was SOOOO FAST on the straight
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Thanks Marcos...Stuff happens and it's all good. Heck, if it wasn't for you I wouldn't of been racing; thanks again for the crazy HP My car was SOOOO FAST on the straight
Thanks PW , Ill have that motor in my box if you need it in the furture
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HACK!!!!!!!!!!! you know you wanna say it!!!

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Old 11-19-2006, 11:31 PM   #16581
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hey guys, anyone have any gearing suggestions for a 19t motor? specifically with a KD? its a medium size carpet track with foam tire, im kinda new to the 1/10 TC scene and im the only one with a Mi2 at the track so taking gearing suggestions from all the T2 owners only gets me so far..currently im at 33/116 and the car feels flat, im using 4200 WC cells and they have good numbers, motors are always taken care of also, diffs feel fine..just wanna see what others are using....thanks
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reigle,
bob has offered his mission so i have somethin to race. i have no knowledge base of schumacher cars later than the original cat bug. what should i know goin in, and beyond where to get parts....are there any parts that work from the new car in case of failure? gonna be really flyin blind on this but any heads up would be appreciated b4 i go out and test all day saturday.

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Old 11-20-2006, 08:15 AM   #16583
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reigle,
bob has offered his mission so i have somethin to race. i have no knowledge base of schumacher cars later than the original cat bug. what should i know goin in, and beyond where to get parts....are there any parts that work from the new car in case of failure? gonna be really flyin blind on this but any heads up would be appreciated b4 i go out and test all day saturday.

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I don't think much is interchangable from the MI2 EC that I run to the older Mission. That car is the model before the MI2 and MI2 EC. I'm sure Schumacher has parts for the car as you would need the normal front end stuff like caster blocks, steering blocks and a set of arms to get started.

To get the most info call Schumacher. Adrian and Paul are excellent on info like that. I can help you set up the car. I never had a Mission. My last Schumacher car was the Axis I and II and now my MI2 EC.
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We have everything for the Mission. The suspension parts, upper and lower arms, hubs, etc... are still in use on the Fusion.
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hey guys, anyone have any gearing suggestions for a 19t motor? specifically with a KD? its a medium size carpet track with foam tire, im kinda new to the 1/10 TC scene and im the only one with a Mi2 at the track so taking gearing suggestions from all the T2 owners only gets me so far..currently im at 33/116 and the car feels flat, im using 4200 WC cells and they have good numbers, motors are always taken care of also, diffs feel fine..just wanna see what others are using....thanks
I think you are still undergear a little...I know 19T has a lot more torque then stock motor, and I ran 31-33T on stock motor foam (56-57mm foams)

I think you can start from 34T and up............

I just ran my stock foam with 13.5 with 34/116.......car was flat, and can't keep up with the tunned stock brush motor, and someone mentioned 34 is like 6-8 T too low for the 13.5 brushless
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I just ran my stock foam with 13.5 with 34/116.......car was flat, and can't keep up with the tunned stock brush motor, and someone mentioned 34 is like 6-8 T too low for the 13.5 brushless
I run 13.5 in my EC at 35mmpr and it's great. Thats about 5.72 fdr and you would need to go to 36 or 37 to get that.


By the way - my son Scott just finished 7th in the Australian Nationals on the weekend driving a rubber EC with Novak Brushless 3.5..... proud Dad
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I think you are still undergear a little...I know 19T has a lot more torque then stock motor, and I ran 31-33T on stock motor foam (56-57mm foams)

I think you can start from 34T and up............

I just ran my stock foam with 13.5 with 34/116.......car was flat, and can't keep up with the tunned stock brush motor, and someone mentioned 34 is like 6-8 T too low for the 13.5 brushless

Not to contradict or anything but we routinely gear our CO27's higher than our KD's. im assuming you had a 116 spur on the car with 57mm tires and geared that stock motor at 33. That puts you mid 27mm rollout. we were running 30-34 rollout. The old Blue can Atlas 19T you could run 35-37 rollout as long as you had a fan on it. with this years batteries compared to last years I would think you need to drop 1-2 teeth to not fade. Just my .02
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Thanks Marcos...Stuff happens and it's all good. Heck, if it wasn't for you I wouldn't of been racing; thanks again for the crazy HP My car was SOOOO FAST on the straight
PW, your car looked real good and yep, that thing was a ROCKET!
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I just ran my stock foam with 13.5 with 34/116.......car was flat, and can't keep up with the tunned stock brush motor, and someone mentioned 34 is like 6-8 T too low for the 13.5 brushless
Put a sintered rotor in it and gear it to the moon. I've been doing some testing at SoCal for ROAR to see what would be a true 19 turn equivalent and I had to do just that with the 10.5. I ran a 9.5 turn that when geared like a 19 turn, it was really close, but it could be geared up and made way too fast without going into thermal shutdown. Even with a stock rotor in it. But the 10.5 was too slow and had to be geared up. But it kept going into thermal with the stock rotor. I tossed a sintered rotor in and now it's impossible to tell I'm running brushless when I'm on the track with other 19 turn cars. 10.5 (SS4300) turn Novak brushless w/ a sintered rotor and geared @ 5.6.
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Not to contradict or anything but we routinely gear our CO27's higher than our KD's. im assuming you had a 116 spur on the car with 57mm tires and geared that stock motor at 33. That puts you mid 27mm rollout. we were running 30-34 rollout. The old Blue can Atlas 19T you could run 35-37 rollout as long as you had a fan on it. with this years batteries compared to last years I would think you need to drop 1-2 teeth to not fade. Just my .02

hey bob, when you coming to the belly again, your initial setup help with the Mi2 was a great starting point, just need to get it geared right now
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