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Old 12-23-2013, 11:22 PM   #436
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What size battery are you guys using?
I ran a 5300 65c thunderpower.
Geared 96/49 with 30degrees on the motor.
It came off at 125 speed control and 148 motor after 15 min.
I charged my battery and put back 4869 mah. I believe i got all of that battery. Lol. We killed the nitros and had everyone talking about the H4 in the pits. Way too much fun.
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Old 12-24-2013, 12:07 AM   #437
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I ran a 5300 65c thunderpower.
Geared 96/49 with 30degrees on the motor.
It came off at 125 speed control and 148 motor after 15 min.
I charged my battery and put back 4869 mah. I believe i got all of that battery. Lol. We killed the nitros and had everyone talking about the H4 in the pits. Way too much fun.
I'm not jealous at all
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Old 12-24-2013, 02:07 AM   #438
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Any pics of the new shafts yet?
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Old 12-24-2013, 02:09 AM   #439
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Where can i get a big ofna or hobao banner to put up at the club i run. Do they do pit towels aswell
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Old 12-24-2013, 08:29 AM   #440
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Me too ^^^^^^^
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Old 12-24-2013, 09:43 AM   #441
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You can design your own 15" x 18" Pit Towel here, min order is 12 @ $15 each:

http://www.customink.com/designs/hob...txt-_-prehead1



I wouldn't mind buying a couple for myself if folks want to go in on a group purchase?
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Old 12-24-2013, 10:29 AM   #442
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Here's the vid to the race.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KSCGI5UKuuQ

The one thing about the car is the arms are rock solid, so to break and arm must have been a good hit. The cvd's are still a work in progress as we have been through 2gen which were stronger but not enough a 3gen is getting even beefy-er , keep in mind when the dcj gets thick the yoke and the axle aslo has to be enlarged so it's 3 new parts. Have not got the gen 3 yet but I heard a test set will be on the way.

One time I was told by the boss to hit the boards on the 2gen dcj's in a couple of laps I turned full speed to the left on the straight to the non-moving board then hit the angle bend at the end of the sweeper then turn too soon to the left into a mid to high speed turn, bounced of that and shot over to the other side and hit that board, then at the end of the straight I pancaked the corner by letting the car drift and banking off all three boards on the outside. In all hit about 6 times in those few laps and did not break those cdj's but they did get loosen up quite a bit because later in the night I finnaly snapped one and it was a high speed turn.

Now I can say they got there workout by getting beat up because the boss made me do it but I know if was your car these would have been a better product because you would do what I did. But the boss is back the table making a better set. As for plastics no breaks and I have the new cnc knuckle in test works so the next thing that should be breaking is the c-hub, but no breaks there.
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Old 12-24-2013, 02:58 PM   #443
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Sounds good r2. Its nice for a company to actually redesign stuff. Ive not had a problem with the arms, hubs or c hubs just the shafts. I think its because where i race we use rope as track markings so they give a bit on suspenion parts but arent very kind on driveshafts.
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Sounds good r2. Its nice for a company to actually redesign stuff. Ive not had a problem with the arms, hubs or c hubs just the shafts. I think its because where i race we use rope as track markings so they give a bit on suspenion parts but arent very kind on driveshafts.
Wondering about the rope. Never seen that onroad. Don't the cars get stuck/wedged with rope? Is there a pic/vid posted?

We've only broke the front drives on hard angled hits on perimeter immovable boards. What power level are you running?
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Old 12-27-2013, 05:44 AM   #445
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http://earccnorwich.wix.com/earcc

This is the track. I run 17.5, sometimes blinky, sometimes with a little boost
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http://earccnorwich.wix.com/earcc

This is the track. I run 17.5, sometimes blinky, sometimes with a little boost
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The cars can get wedged/ dragged into the rope if you catch it wrong
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Old 12-27-2013, 06:42 AM   #448
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Interesting layout. I assume you're making use of the climbing and workout ropes present at the gym. I can see where making hard contact with those heavy ropes would be hard on drivetrain components. They could reach out and grab a tire.
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Old 12-27-2013, 06:48 AM   #449
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We own the rope, its original purpose was fishing boats etc. It is a bit grabby, when we get some money in the bank we are going to be using the plastic tubing like down the straigh for the whole track
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Old 12-27-2013, 07:37 AM   #450
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At are local track we have boards. With the side covered in lexan type plastic. Nothing against any track I have seen posted on hear but I'm so thinkful my local track is simply one of the best indoor track in the us.
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