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Old 08-05-2010, 06:54 PM   #19336
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Old 08-06-2010, 10:53 PM   #19337
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How are the guys that went to nats doing so far in practice?
The Hotbodies team is running strong here at the Nats. Ty is running well with the new TCX, remember he hasn't run On-road asphalt in a long time. There are also 3 Hotbodies in the top ten of Expert 17.5 We are all working together and getting faster every round. I missed the first qualifier and a over voltage battery was to blame. Second qualifier made up for it
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Old 08-08-2010, 01:27 AM   #19338
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Which geardiff fits in which way to the TC? I'm racing the TC with Exotec and would like to try a geardiff.

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Old 08-08-2010, 05:51 AM   #19339
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Could someone explain under what track conditions and situation would you use the cut rear deck and cut middle deck?

Also what situation would you use say just a cut rear deck or just the middle deck?

An explanation would be great

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Could "RCMARKET" then anybody tell me why in the picture of the car(left), the diff has double pulley flange if original(right) Nt1 diff pulley has only in single side, please?

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Old 08-09-2010, 05:40 AM   #19341
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Which geardiff fits in which way to the TC? I'm racing the TC with Exotec and would like to try a geardiff.

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Old 08-09-2010, 06:02 AM   #19342
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What is the website for Hotbodies?
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http://www.hotbodiesonline.com/
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Thanks,anyone have a good base set up for 17.5 rubber,carpet.
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Also the car i recently bought has the "pro4" style arms are part #hbs67717 a newer style arm?
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Also the car i recently bought has the "pro4" style arms are part #hbs67717 a newer style arm?
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Just got back from the On road Nat, There are 2 Cyclone in the 17.5 Amain in between the strong local "Top racing" team. Congratulate to Korey Harbke for finishing 3rd in the A. Dur to my lack of experience, I only able to to finish 8th in the A, But it's nice to meet the "Team Hotbodies" I finally learn how to set my droop thanks to Hiro and Korey.

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But it's nice to meet the "Team Hotbodies" I finally learn how to set my droop thanks to Hiro and Korey.
What did you learn?
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Just got back from the On road Nat, There are 2 Cyclone in the 17.5 Amain in between the strong local "Top racing" team. Congratulate to Korey Harbke for finishing 3rd in the A. Dur to my lack of experience, I only able to to finish 8th in the A, But it's nice to meet the "Team Hotbodies" I finally learn how to set my droop thanks to Hiro and Korey.

Hope to see everyone from "Team Hotbodies" soon

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It was very nice to see you at the event Felix!
I'm looking forward to see you next time.

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What did you learn?
usually, I set my droop with the hudy setup block. I learn how to read the droop setup from the current hotbodies setup sheet. you measure the height of the hinge pin to setup your droop.
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