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Old 06-25-2004, 02:34 PM   #11296
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Edit: Holy crap....wrong thread

No wonder you guys were talking about belts....
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Old 06-25-2004, 07:34 PM   #11297
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I can tell you that I am excited to be back running a losi sedan. I went the Yokomo SSG and CGM route and the car was good at times but was hard to keep going fast. I ran xxxs for two years before making the Yok switch. Since the improvements like the black belt this car is really tuff to beat! The belt has the car very free now....looking forward to the Nats running this losi!

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Old 06-25-2004, 09:29 PM   #11298
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XXX-S bill, it took a lot of hard work and nagging to get Jeff back over to the good guys.. I think he got tired of being an outlaw!

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Old 06-25-2004, 09:43 PM   #11299
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Where is the best place online to buy the Trinity Red Hop ups. Can't seem to find the darn part numbers to order them. Someone have a list? or Listing of them all? Or site that sells them and has pics?
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Where is the best place online to buy the Trinity Red Hop ups. Can't seem to find the darn part numbers to order them. Someone have a list? or Listing of them all? Or site that sells them and has pics?
Look on eBay for a Power Seller store called "RC Racer Parts". They seem to have them all and the pricing for Buy It Now is reasonable. The seller's name is "demuxtmo".

Virtually all the local hobby shops seem to have run out lately.
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Old 06-25-2004, 09:59 PM   #11301
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Hey Randy,

What is happening with Team Br00d? Was hoping the website would be up by now.
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Old 06-25-2004, 10:14 PM   #11302
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The empty can rattles the most!
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Old 06-26-2004, 12:37 AM   #11303
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Hey Randy,

What is happening with Team Br00d? Was hoping the website would be up by now.
I'm not Randy, but I still drive for Team Br00d. The website should be up very soon. We just sent a few products away for pictures so it should be up and running within 1-2 weeks. Not everything will be up just quite yet, but it will be a functioning website where you may veiw our products.

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Old 06-26-2004, 01:21 AM   #11304
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If the website build was as fast as the motors, it would have been up a while ago.

They arent just using all OEM stuff, Br00d is actually testing a lot of stuff to make motors faster, that has been their main focus as of late.
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Old 06-26-2004, 01:48 AM   #11305
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Hopefully in the next 10-14 days the website will be going up. I have all the stuff ready for shane to get the product shots for the site. Once the site is up, the stuff will be going up fairly quickly product wise. I will be carrying a lot of stuff at really good deals, along with some special introductory(spelling) sales.....

Randy is right.....we are working on some special stuff. We just won't be like every other OEM motor company. While most make good products, I want more......and of course, we will be introducing our VERY own modified, 19t, and stock motors.....the mod motor will be first, followed by the 19t and then the stock. We also have some sweet new tools and accessories in the works, along with some new brush compounds.


I have stuff for sale, just contact me and let me know what you need......most stuff is in stock, including battery packs, motors, brushes, springs, etc.....

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I know you guys probally already have a guy for this but if ya dont, the guy who did the sites below is a friend of mine and I could probally get him for a good price.


www.ksjs.org
www.spartanproductions.com
www.johnmatrix.net
www.dalmarproductions.com

Two our complete working sites the other two are a week or so away.

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Ill 2nd that. Ive ordered some parts from him. hes fast & affordable.

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Look on eBay for a Power Seller store called "RC Racer Parts". They seem to have them all and the pricing for Buy It Now is reasonable. The seller's name is "demuxtmo".

Virtually all the local hobby shops seem to have run out lately.
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Old 06-27-2004, 10:17 AM   #11308
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Yesterday was the first day out with the Tamiya shocks, they are very easy to build and bleed, which is their plus, but I'm not sure that I like the performance as well as the Losi shocks on track. I couldn't get the car to settle down, it was driving on the edge all the time. I'll try them on some other tracks as well and give you guys some feedback, but if you dont mind the build time on the Losi shocks, they are fine on the track.
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Old 06-27-2004, 10:50 AM   #11309
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Are you sure it was the way the shocks are designed and not just the way you had them setup? Which pistons/springs/oil were you running?
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Old 06-27-2004, 10:54 AM   #11310
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The bladder will effect the handling of the car, and this is a rather thick bladder. I used the same oil/piston setup as normal with the Losi shocks.
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