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meche 08-20-2001 07:29 AM

Schumacher Corner
 
On RCtouring.com this was by far the best thread, with lots of info. Lets start it up again

AE_Racer 08-20-2001 12:15 PM

I asked before and I never really got a response..Is the SST 99 Pro a good car? as in competitive against Pro 3s, XXX-S's etc? Thanks

Radweld 08-20-2001 01:30 PM

Well im here, for a while anyway! I helped kick off the Schumacher thread on RCT.

The SST99 is still a very fast car when set up right! The Axis and Axis 2 are a little easier to dial in but in the right hands, the 99 Pro can compete at a high level.

You dont need the latest plastic, just be happy with what you have.:D

AE_Racer 08-20-2001 03:09 PM

Oh, ok...anybody else?

MattW 08-20-2001 04:55 PM

The 99 pro is still a good car. As to whether it could be competetive with the newest cars then i doubt it. Although i suspect that it could with the addition of Axis 2 suspension parts - hubs and bulkheads in particular

AE_Racer 08-20-2001 05:24 PM

Ok thanks

ovalnator 08-20-2001 08:56 PM

I know its not a TC, but anybody have any good info on the Cougar 2000 team car???

Caddzilla 08-21-2001 04:18 AM

I would say that with my 99 Pro it is a good 3rd or 4th place car at our track. Somedays a little better and others not so good. But I think it is only about 25% car and 75% driver that puts you in the winners circle. The best car in the world can't make up for limited driving skills on the track.

MattW 08-21-2001 04:13 PM

ovalnator -what do you want to know??

ovalnator 08-21-2001 06:12 PM

Where I can get the press on drive hexes for the rear of the car

MattW 08-22-2001 04:02 PM

They can be replaced with the steel ones from the Fireblade EVO/Cat 3000, so they should be available from any model shop.

ovalnator 08-23-2001 06:31 AM

oh really?? I measured them and they are like 16 mm or something and press on and I figured the new ones would be like the touring car ones

Corey Bernardo 08-23-2001 08:55 AM

Well I just wanted to activate my new account with RC TECH!!:)

Ty 08-23-2001 09:27 AM

Does Racer X know about this site? I saw him posting on rcracing.com. Someone should let hime know..

Taz_S 08-23-2001 09:38 AM

If i see Racer X i tell him.


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