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Old 05-01-2010, 11:39 AM   #16
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Dane thanks for your tips. Everything on my car is stock other then the body and electronics. I did get a chance to run on pack or 20 min threw this morning before it started raining again.
My 8.5T will be staying in it now after seeing the power..lol Do need to work on set up to help with the understeer at high speeds. Also think I will get some taller gears to try out as my stock pinion (26T) seems to be good but it never even got warm after the 20 min. I did end up unglueing the right rear tire that caused me to slam into the curb..lol Nothing broke other then some scraps on the wheel.
All in all I think this car will make for some fun times in parking lots and family fun. Looking forward to getting springs and gears to try new adjustments.
Using my RC's to stay alive during these hard times...
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Old 05-01-2010, 01:08 PM   #17
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Motor should come off the track after 5-6 minutes at 160 degrees or so.

Have fun!
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