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Old 06-03-2004, 10:42 PM   #10936
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James - You think my SoCal setup will work at SW?

I just got off the phone with Josh, he's gonna see if he can get some funds to go up to the TL race.
It might, my setup seemed to work pretty good at socal when I went. If not use MF's setup from the Reedy.
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Old 06-03-2004, 11:24 PM   #10937
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I talked to Matt yesterday and he gave me that setup, so it's actually already on my car, going to try it at RCHeat this Sunday.
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I talked to Matt yesterday and he gave me that setup, so it's actually already on my car, going to try it at RCHeat this Sunday.
James,

How applicable do you think this setup would be to Sportsman Stock. Could put it on my second car for tomorrow's practice. Thanks
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How applicable do you think this setup would be to Sportsman Stock. Could put it on my second car for tomorrow's practice. Thanks
It's actually PRETTY close to the setup I am running right now. You should probably run a oneway in stock though. It should work good in 19t and mod though.
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It's actually PRETTY close to the setup I am running right now. You should probably run a oneway in stock though. It should work good in 19t and mod though.
Many thanks. But, I still have a BIG learning curve to get over when using a one way.
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Old 06-04-2004, 12:15 AM   #10941
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Many thanks. But, I still have a BIG learning curve to get over when using a one way.
You can't learn unless you try, try, and try again. Try a oneway all day tomorrow. Don't worry about going fast, try to focus on your lines in and out of the corners. Learn to time the entry and exit of the turn and also learn how to let the car roll through the corner with a one way. You have six and a half hours to learn and get used to it tomorrow.
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Hmmmmm....6.5 hours times 12 charges per hour is....

Hope Billie has enough chargers for sale so I can get about 80 charges on my packs...Might have to build a few more packs too.

Oops! Forgot about prep time. How about 40 runs?

Oops! Forgot about Ripon. How about 20 runs?

Oops! I'm too old to rush. How about 10 runs?

Why was I going to Speedworld?

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Hmmmmm....6.5 hours times 12 charges per hour is....

Hope Billie has enough chargers for sale so I can get about 80 charges on my packs...Might have to build a few more packs too.

Oops! Forgot about prep time. How about 40 runs?

Oops! Forgot about Ripon. How about 20 runs?

Oops! I'm too old to rush. How about 10 runs?

Why was I going to Speedworld?

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HAH! I usually run about 2 packs when I am there. Most of the time is spent wrenching and perfecting the setup. I am wierd. It's gotta be perfect for me or else I do it over. Start charging your practice packs now so they will be ready when you get there and peak them before you run them. They are just practice packs.
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Hmmmmm....6.5 hours times 12 charges per hour is....

Hope Billie has enough chargers for sale so I can get about 80 charges on my packs...Might have to build a few more packs too.

Oops! Forgot about prep time. How about 40 runs?

Oops! Forgot about Ripon. How about 20 runs?

Oops! I'm too old to rush. How about 10 runs?

Why was I going to Speedworld?

Night, night!
If you're packing up early to go to Ripon then you should practice what you're comfortable with. The oneway is tricky if you're not use to it. If you have a back up car why not try a oneway on it.
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HAH! I usually run about 2 packs when I am there. Most of the time is spent wrenching and perfecting the setup. I am wierd. It's gotta be perfect for me or else I do it over. Start charging your practice packs now so they will be ready when you get there and peak them before you run them. They are just practice packs.
My oneway set up will be on the car tonight. I'll see you out there bright and early. What final drive ratio do you run your monsters at?

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Most of the time is spent wrenching and perfecting the setup.
You forgto to add "and harassing all the slow guys practicing"
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You forgto to add "and harassing all the slow guys practicing"
Good one, Harsh...

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It's actually PRETTY close to the setup I am running right now. You should probably run a oneway in stock though. It should work good in 19t and mod though.
woaaah, you guys dont use a 1 way out there? I'm gonna be slow again at the Losi race if there isn't a 1 way up front...
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Yeah, I almost can't drive on asphalt without a one way lol.

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My oneway set up will be on the car tonight. I'll see you out there bright and early. What final drive ratio do you run your monsters at?
About a 7.3-7.1. I'll have to try them. Haven't ran it in a long time.
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