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Old 05-23-2013, 11:32 PM   #9226
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Old 05-28-2013, 10:11 AM   #9227
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just finished building the body for my WORLDS

HPI Porsche 911 GT3 RSR







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Old 05-28-2013, 11:35 AM   #9228
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[QUOTE=-jacob-;12198708]just finished building the body for my WORLDS

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DAMN man!! That body looks sweet as he!! on there.
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Old 05-28-2013, 01:50 PM   #9229
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has anyone got access to a good set up for med traction tarmac 17.5 blinky ?
im trying to set my sons car up as its about 1 sec a lap down,thanks in advance
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Old 05-28-2013, 02:58 PM   #9230
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hey all...we were talking at the shop the other day talking about the effect of thicker diff oil/putty in a front gear diff. We tried to walk through the effects...the best we came up with was improved on power steering but that seems counter intuitive. I do run the front gear diff in a 6.1, tried the cleaning putty and ,total guess here, feels like 10K max. It seems to have work in a bunch and is less effective at locking now. I just popped for some of the 1 million silicon oil and 2.5 mil silicon putty from Gravity RC. I do like how the car drives now great turn in but it does seem like on power is a little pushy. I'm hoping the thicker front diff will keep the lines tighter on power. What do you think?
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Old 05-29-2013, 12:00 AM   #9231
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got bored today and cleaned up my already clean set up...

Shrink wrapped all solder spots(motor/lipo bullets), shrink wrapped all all wires. shrink wrap clear the lipo Battery, rewired the motor., finished the LRP Radical Fan kit. Installed Tamiya Body Post Adjuster

here is my masterpiece TC6.1 Worlds Car











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got bored today and cleaned up my already clean set up...

Shrink wrapped all solder spots(motor/lipo bullets), shrink wrapped all all wires. shrink wrap clear the lipo Battery, rewired the motor., finished the LRP Radical Fan kit. Installed Tamiya Body Post Adjuster

here is my masterpiece TC6.1 Worlds Car











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Very clean. How do you get the receiver wires so short?
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Old 05-29-2013, 06:58 AM   #9233
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You can buy a new harness online to cut and splice
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has anyone got access to a good set up for med traction tarmac 17.5 blinky ?
im trying to set my sons car up as its about 1 sec a lap down,thanks in advance
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Last year I ran Rick Hohwart's 2012 asphalt nats setup in 17.5, and I really liked it. If you don't have the springs for that setup, you can run the ae silvers. The setup is on the associated website, as well as a bunch of others.
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I use this on outdoor asphalt, works pretty good. Rick H. has also suggested the same set up with 1b all the way around in back. I would imagine that would be used for a higher grip tracks than this set up, please correct me if that is in error.

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I use this on outdoor asphalt, works pretty good. Rick H. has also suggested the same set up with 1b all the way around in back. I would imagine that would be used for a higher grip tracks than this set up, please correct me if that is in error.

http://www.teamassociated.com/pdf/ca...ya_11-2012.pdf
thats a mod set up that wont work in blinky
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Last year I ran Rick Hohwart's 2012 asphalt nats setup in 17.5, and I really liked it. If you don't have the springs for that setup, you can run the ae silvers. The setup is on the associated website, as well as a bunch of others.
i cant find that set up i have jeff cuffs as thats the only 17.5 that i can find,the track kinda demands a stiff set up to carry corner speed
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thats a mod set up that wont work in blinky
Really? Well, don't tell my car...I run blinky.
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Mod setups are ideal for blinky.
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