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Old 04-23-2004, 05:31 PM   #10231
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the bearings should press onto the pin tight.
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Old 04-23-2004, 07:24 PM   #10232
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Alrighty then.....I will give it a shot. Thanks for the help Evicerator. Let you know how it turns out.

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can i just say, Capacitors are awsome! took my servo twitch right out.
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the bearings should press onto the pin tight.
Matt and I are bringing some killer 19 turns so beware....LOL
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Matt and I are bringing some killer 19 turns so beware....LOL
Not sure if I'm going to run 19t, the only legal motor I have is a reedy quad mag. Other than that I got a handwound adjustable Redline motor and some Handwound Trinity d5s. What classes are you guys running? I might just run stock, I hear the track is real small.
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Get em in the first turn James
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If all else fails, maim 'em!
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Old 04-23-2004, 09:59 PM   #10238
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all this talk about how well the black belt system is performing is making me jelous since my lhs has em on back order and i cant find a place that has em in stock.

oh well...

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Not sure if I'm going to run 19t, the only legal motor I have is a reedy quad mag. Other than that I got a handwound adjustable Redline motor and some Handwound Trinity d5s. What classes are you guys running? I might just run stock, I hear the track is real small.
I forgot that they changed the rules........I still have one of the first preproduction redline 19turns with a fixed endbell. It's still faster than any Reedy that I've run against.

I'm only running mod but I will practice once with my 19 turn and scare the locals..
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can i just say, Capacitors are awsome! took my servo twitch right out.
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Tell me more at the race tomorrow...or Sunday.
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Not sure if I'm going to run 19t, the only legal motor I have is a reedy quad mag. Other than that I got a handwound adjustable Redline motor and some Handwound Trinity d5s. What classes are you guys running? I might just run stock, I hear the track is real small.
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You will likely have to go inside the store and buy a smaller pinion than you have ever run anywhere else...with whatever motor you use...
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all this talk about how well the black belt system is performing is making me jelous since my lhs has em on back order and i cant find a place that has em in stock.

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Horizon has them in stock - ordered and received them this week
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Horizon has them in stock - ordered and received them this week
that is awsome thanks for the info, need to get a order in before they runout.

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Default threaded shocks

im looking to get some threaded shocks for my car, though i see there is 3 different part numbers. Front and rear threaded shocks and titanium threaded shocks.

the titanium shock # doesnt specify front or back, so does it come with all 4?. Is there a 3rd party making them for our cars as well?
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NVisible...You need the .32 set for the rear and the .28 set for the front. Thats the same as the XXXSG+.

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