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Old 07-12-2011, 10:44 AM   #3241
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in what condition will 6hole pistons works on our car?
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Old 07-13-2011, 03:04 AM   #3243
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Konichiwa Hiro San. Looks like I am going to be joining the Hot Bodies camp for the rest of the year.
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I can't wait for those parts to be released. It will make a dialed car more dialed

Also Hiro, do you ever play with the screws on the top deck for more or less traction gain. I was testing some combos yesterday and it seems to make quite a difference.
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in what condition will 6hole pistons works on our car?
Hi Littlealex,

what we found from the testing with six hole piston was that they don't heat up the tires as much as 3 hole pistons. Also, now we can use a lot softer oil but still have good pack. That means car moves quick at the slow speed but at higher speed (faster input), it stiffen up and hold it really well.

We still need to do more testing but i have a feeling it will be a good setup for hot outdoor race condition.
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Hirrrroooooosan. Nationals?

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Hi Littlealex,

what we found from the testing with six hole piston was that they don't heat up the tires as much as 3 hole pistons. Also, now we can use a lot softer oil but still have good pack. That means car moves quick at the slow speed but at higher speed (faster input), it stiffen up and hold it really well.

We still need to do more testing but i have a feeling it will be a good setup for hot outdoor race condition.
thanks for your reply, hopefully i can try it this summer
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I can't wait for those parts to be released. It will make a dialed car more dialed

Also Hiro, do you ever play with the screws on the top deck for more or less traction gain. I was testing some combos yesterday and it seems to make quite a difference.
Hi Eric, how are you?

Yes i have tried many different for the top deck screws but eventually i found that it's always better with all screws tighten with stock 2.0mm top deck. I think it's even better to use with concave washers for those four screws in the very back side on the top deck.

However with the new 2.5mm top deck, we sometimes use less screws on the top deck but still full screws tighten is used most of the time.

Hope it helps.
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Pretty sure he's going. He keeps telling me to go too :P.
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Pretty sure he's going. He keeps telling me to go too :P.
do it you'll love the track at Jackson
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Plane tickets are so much $$$$$$$$!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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flying into where? Newark, NJ or Philly?
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Newark is where I checked. Either way, I won't be able to make it sadly
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can anyone tell me what spec r diff oil to use in spec r gear diff for medium traction technical track please?
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Old 07-14-2011, 06:41 AM   #3255
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Exotek Racing TCX hardened steel CVD axles
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New from Exotek Racing are these 46mm hardened steel replacement CVD axles for the Hot Bodies TCX. Ultra strong, you can now drive your car and high power motor without fear of twisting your axles. A direct fit to the stock stub axles and CVD hardware.
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