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Old 10-11-2007, 12:18 PM   #31
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no problem. I dont disagree, I know my losi is working at the moment
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Old 10-11-2007, 12:27 PM   #32
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Yeah, same here. I actually really like the Losi a lot... I would probably pick one up for fun, but b/c they use SAE parts, I'd have to retool...

That ain't gonna happen unless somebody gives me a deal on their kit and tools.

I have been closely watching the 8ights on the track, trying to figure out if I really wanted to try one out. They seem really resistant to being 'over-driven' - I.e. most drivers are putting too much 'input' into the chassis during a race. I sometimes fall into that catagory when I get harried or am behind in a main, and the Hyper 8.5 still seems like it is the best kit for my driving style/habits. It does prefer a finesse style, and I seem to be developing more and more of a finesse style driving it. I'm still prone to noob-tard lapses from time to time... LOL

Regardless of kit, many folks simply over drive their kits, and this is what slows them down. I'm still in this catagory from time to time, but am slowly clawing my way out.

Jammin' is the most forgiving when it comes to being 'ham-fisted' with the transmitter...
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