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Old 06-20-2011, 04:48 PM   #2206
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Well if we going to go lite I have a Jammin Scrt that I can make into a lite GT8 in about an hour.
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Old 06-20-2011, 05:20 PM   #2207
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With all of the Slash 4x4 talk, you could always convert it to drive on water. This guy drives across a lake with this Slash..

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Old 06-20-2011, 05:39 PM   #2208
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Here's the video from the GT8 A Main. Congrats to Jai!! As always he put on a great show yesterday. Thanks to Charlie B and all involved for making it a fun and great day of racing on "Father's Day".

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Nice video Fangs, thanks for sharing it.
The Slash looks good too.

Congrats Jai, Nice win!!
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Well if we going to go lite I have a Jammin Scrt that I can make into a lite GT8 in about an hour.
Hmm... New product? Got one of those as well.
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Are those prices per wheel??
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Are those prices per wheel??
Price per Pair
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Any body have good GT setups
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For which are are you inquiring?
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Well I have a Mugen MBX-6 eco that I liked to setup and looking for a starting point sheet.
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I would start with the diff oil

front 30k
center 100k
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Find out what tires hook up at the track you run at.
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Old 06-21-2011, 11:37 AM   #2217
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Steve: thanks man

William: Ran Sweeps and PMT's this past weeking and loved the way the car handled on the PMT's
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Steve: thanks man

William: Ran Sweeps and PMT's this past weeking and loved the way the car handled on the PMT's
As Steve from SNR put it, if you don't run PMTs at Corona, you will struggle.

I really think PMT has gone their home work with the compound in their tyres. They're very similar to 1:1 rubber, they even look and feel like real tyres where as others RC tyres look more like latex rubber. I only wish they would do their home work on those fugly rims. You can't win them all I guess.
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I was making vinyl stickers so you can put them on the dish rims and Charlie made some killer one, you should hit him up.
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