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Old 06-02-2010, 10:24 PM   #16
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THEY ARE JUST LIKE REV!
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I haven't been to Hemet in a long time so I can't really help you there. For Thunder Alley I would still go 13/48.
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I've used up to 15/48 for a track with a long straight. Keeps motor from overrevving.
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I favored 13/48 or 13/50....Granted my Motor's Rarely need help on bottom.
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