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Old 04-29-2014, 11:25 AM   #1276
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Some proof of tony's teamC performance from the Nova challenge!!
I like to look at top 15 avg for how good my car is performing, it rules out glory laps, is more realistic and NUMBERS DONT LIE!!!!




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Old 04-29-2014, 05:05 PM   #1277
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TeamC wins the sportsman class at the Novarossi challenge and TQ /Q2!
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Old 05-07-2014, 04:46 PM   #1278
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I have been searching for optional shock springs without any luck, can someone point me in the right direction?
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TU1820 fr ultra hard
TU1822 rear ultra hard
Or find another set of front shocks place them on the rear using rcshox shock towers and use serpent springs
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TU1820 fr ultra hard
TU1822 rear ultra hard
Or find another set of front shocks place them on the rear using rcshox shock towers and use serpent springs
Thanks
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Questions?? Tried Team C slick tires?

Hi people, would like to know if anyone tried the Team C slick tires (TC0809)? There isn't much info available abt this tires; would appreciate you views of these tires, TIA.

Link is http://www.teamcracing.net/index.php...mart&Itemid=71
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Hi people, would like to know if anyone tried the Team C slick tires (TC0809)? There isn't much info available abt this tires; would appreciate you views of these tires, TIA.

Link is http://www.teamcracing.net/index.php...mart&Itemid=71

Tony and i have both used them and they are actually pretty good, the compound takes a bout 4 laps or so to get warmed up once that happens they are good to go. do not have the steering of the Alphas but are about the same as Sweeps, they are also slightly taller than Sweeps. add some toe out to compensate for the lack of steering. I have a new set i will sell for 45 shipped.
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Tony and i have both used them and they are actually pretty good, the compound takes a bout 4 laps or so to get warmed up once that happens they are good to go. do not have the steering of the Alphas but are about the same as Sweeps, they are also slightly taller than Sweeps. add some toe out to compensate for the lack of steering. I have a new set i will sell for 45 shipped.
Thanks for the info Marcus! Got offered from LHS. Will try it out.
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What changes are you guys making to implement Grp's (due to fitment)?
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What changes are you guys making to implement Grp's (due to fitment)?

I do not know of anyone running GRP tires except the speed run guys. So i am not aware of any fitment issues. You may want to ask that question on the OFNA V2 electric thread, those guys use them and are over 120mph!!
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I have a GTV2e Pro coming tomorrow, can you share some set-up tips on the electric side of RCTECH?

OFNA GTV2E PRO “ON-ROAD”
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i used to post on that thread but it turned into a top speed only thread. I have not even driven the electric version so i really do not know what to change or how that car is equipped out of the box!
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i used to post on that thread but it turned into a top speed only thread. I have not even driven the electric version so i really do not know what to change or how that car is equipped out of the box!
I started a new thread any information would be helpful, I have been reading the other thread some info on racing the rest is speed runs. I notice other electric racer asking question on this thread. How about adjusting rear toe, caster, anti-squat etc.
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I started a new thread any information would be helpful, I have been reading the other thread some info on racing the rest is speed runs. I notice other electric racer asking question on this thread. How about adjusting rear toe, caster, anti-squat etc.
HAHA i just realized what you named the thread

I will chime in over there!
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