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Old 07-02-2005, 10:13 PM   #271
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Unfortunatly I will not be there.
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Old 07-03-2005, 12:15 AM   #272
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randy, just wanted to let you know i may be in the market for a battery or two tomorrow/today at FW, that is if the guy shows up to buy some items i have for sale.
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Old 07-05-2005, 11:59 PM   #273
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hello guys i like to say im a new member of the team my name is reggie wade i live near charlotte nc, actually lancaster sc i travel to alot of big races mostly on the east coast, such as hpi challenge in orlando, finish 9th in a-main several races in ga,sc , tn finish 4th in tn state race 2004, go to snowbirds,us indoor champs run some florida state races so any team member near here give me a call 8032898183 i like to give thxs pro4 capece for all the advise

also fellow team members i used to live in tacoma wa

also who will be my contact on motor and batts thxs for the invite on the team also planning on going to the nats
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Old 07-06-2005, 06:39 AM   #274
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Reggie,

Welcome... Everything will come through me. Let me know what you need.
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Old 07-06-2005, 07:03 AM   #275
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Welcome... Everything will come through me. Let me know what you need.
thxs rt76 i appreciate that thxs for the support are you going to be at the nats,
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Unfortunatly I will not be there.
how long ago did you live in tacoma, ever race at FW or TRCR
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Old 07-06-2005, 06:53 PM   #277
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how long ago did you live in tacoma, ever race at FW or TRCR
i live there from 91 to 96 i was in the army was not into rc then just fast cars/ ladys i moved bck to carolina tke care of my grandfther till 2001 whn he passed,

good tlking to you rt76 i had to listen to my cell phne 20x to get the number
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Old 07-06-2005, 10:17 PM   #278
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Team High Velocity is growing.....

B.Card and I had a good showing in the heats (qualified 5th and 4th respectively) at the Palmetto TC Championships. We both got hacked in the main though

Welcome to the team Reggie



Randy, can you tune a Core stock motor from Orion? If so, can you pm me what you've found to be a good setup. That's what we'll be running at the On-Road Nats, and no one that I know knows what to do with that motor.
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The whole idea behind having a motor - battery sponsor, is to use and promote thier products!
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randy, i'm sure its a "handout" motor, the racers have no choice but to run them last year we had to use the MVP.

pro4, i have run the core stock in off road truck, the motor sucks, unless you cut it down to around .275 comm size. and double red springs. use randys new brushes. i would suggest going out and buying one before the race and experimenting,
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Yes, it is a handout motor. I'd love to run your stock motors b/c I know they RIP, but it's not up to me. Thanks for the advice Turtle.

Which new brushes are you talking about?
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B.Card and I had a good showing in the heats (qualified 5th and 4th respectively) at the Palmetto TC Championships. We both got hacked in the main though

Welcome to the team Reggie



Randy, can you tune a Core stock motor from Orion? If so, can you pm me what you've found to be a good setup. That's what we'll be running at the On-Road Nats, and no one that I know knows what to do with that motor.
thxs chad will represent well at the nats
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Yes, it is a handout motor. I'd love to run your stock motors b/c I know they RIP, but it's not up to me. Thanks for the advice Turtle.

Which new brushes are you talking about?
the new silver ones, i forget what they are called, platioum or something like that, on his web site, the xxx brush but for a stock motor.
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Oh, the Platinium brushes. I'm still running the ones I bought from HV a few months ago
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Pro4,

Ritchie is right about the com size and springs, the core stock works better with the com cut down and yeilds its best performace in the 270 to 280 range. Sping wise double reds do work best but non the orion reds use the 9oz trinity ones instead. I did some testing a couple months back with an old core I had and found that the motor performed best with F brushes, verticle cut on both. Other brush setups that worked well were: 4503 pos verticle cut w/ 4499 neg .050 hole, XXX full face (no serations) with a .050 hole in both.

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