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Old 09-10-2004, 04:34 AM   #7081
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Adrian, nice talking to you today. I forgot to ask about the pulley, but I was 90% sure I knew the answer. 20T not the 17, right? Thanks again.
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20t pulley is always used. The 17t just sits in the box.

On another note, my goodies are coming in one piece ata atime, but my most important one are here. I want to test the stiction of these so call ceramic bearings. I am going to clean and install my kit bearings, hook up a stock motor, to my LRP pulsar, and test the amp draw with the motor @ 4volts driving the drivetrain(no wheels)., Then, I am going to disassemble the car, replacethe bearings with ceramics, and retest the same . To see what the difference is in amp draw. Hopefully it will be a good difference. We will see.

Adrian, I got my hubs, thanks.
I cant wait to get back to the carpet, to make some real adjustments now.
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Old 09-10-2004, 07:36 PM   #7082
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Adrian- have you guys gotten the new rear hubs yet?
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Old 09-10-2004, 10:19 PM   #7083
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PW, what ESC profile did you use on your 19T car at Portland? Your car had some major rip, where my car with the same speedo has always felt flat
I was using the Modified profile since I was using my mod car in both classes. I did the plus+ (on positive side) minus- (on negative side) cut on the brushes, Orion Viper springs, and geared to the moon (5.72)

Yes, 20t pulley.

Roly....Yes, the new hubs are in
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Old 09-11-2004, 09:58 AM   #7084
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Just got mine yesterday,Should I get the new rear hubs?
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Old 09-11-2004, 10:04 AM   #7085
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kat....The stock hubs produce the most traction and work great for tracks with med to low-bite traction (Speedworld). The alloy hubs are great for fine tuning on higher-bite tracks when your looking to free the car up for more cornerspeed. Get with MO and check out his stock Mi2 setup.
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Old 09-11-2004, 10:12 AM   #7086
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Yo PW- I've been meaning to give you a shout for your excellent 19t performances of late- way to go bro!!!

I got to hang with Pimp in Atlanta a couple weeks ago and really enjoyed racing with him. He's quite a racer and tuner. I've personally seen him improve in both tuning and driving skills over the last year or so- great guy.

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Old 09-11-2004, 10:31 AM   #7087
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xxxkat- Mo let me run his back up car for a few weeks before I bought my car and I had to the chance to run both the alloy hubs and the standard hubs and you definitly want to start with the standard hubs because this car has more steering then what ever you are running right now. Start with the box stock setup and after you have had a chance to run the car for a few weeks put on the Paul Wynn setup from the Roar Nats. The only things that I would say you need to get for the car right off the bat would be the carpet towers and the buds bumper. Billy has the carpet towers and the tc3 buds bumper also. You can come over and see how Stlnlst and I have ours on. You dont need the tamiya shocks either I am running the stock shocks with losi springs and the car is just fine. The tamiya shocks are just easier to build. You only have to wait another month or so anyway for the new schuie shocks anyway. You know that if you cant find Mo or stlnlst to help you out at the track that I am more than happy to help you out. And Matt Howard if you read this I dont want to read any comments for you buddy!!
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Old 09-11-2004, 12:55 PM   #7088
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So I take it you run the carpet towers even if you run on asphalt..I'm running a Pro4 and I thought nothing had more steering than that car..
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Old 09-11-2004, 01:55 PM   #7089
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what electronics do you guys use with these cars will the novak brushless system work these? btw anyone got one forsale?
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Thanks Jason, the 19 class was a lot of fun at the Nats

Tuil21....I haven't seen the brushless mounted on the car myself, but I know a few guys have run the Mi2 with the Novak system.
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what parts mostly brake on these things?
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Old 09-11-2004, 02:48 PM   #7092
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Well I would first put on a wider bumper like the P-Dub Racing bumper or any wide bumper from other car makes.

I would have extra front end parts as I would for any TC.

1. Steering block
2. Castor block
3. Arm
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PW- are you guys going to work monday? and do the new rear hubs take the place of the AE ones.
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Sup Roly! I'm not sure, I will wait and see what Ivan does

The alloy hubs replace the AE hub for the most part, unless you are using the lower inner hole on the AE hub.
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Old 09-11-2004, 05:25 PM   #7095
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hey PW do you sell these cars?
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