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Old 09-23-2003, 05:32 AM
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Hey Heavy, that front caseing that I mentioned to you for the CEN, it possible to have one of those for next race meet? So will next race meet be the start of the new season? Till then Dave.r
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Old 09-23-2003, 05:42 AM
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Regarding sotck motors:

Trinity Monster stock is the flavour of the month. Very high RPM, you'd need a lot smaller pinion to run one at Yeronga.

Team Orion Core RS also good, theoretically best suited to Yeronga as the motor is more tourquey.

Reedy MVP: Again torquey.

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I was running both Core and monster at the carpet titles (not at the same time)!

Both were good - gearing is VERY important though.
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Old 09-23-2003, 06:17 AM
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Another Idea for the track - A little more complex

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Old 09-23-2003, 11:31 AM
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Originally posted by david.r
Hey Heavy, that front caseing that I mentioned to you for the CEN, it possible to have one of those for next race meet? So will next race meet be the start of the new season? Till then Dave.r
Already have the gearbox in ready for you. I won't be there next Friday unfortunately but will try to get someone to bring it for you.
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Originally posted by hawker
Heavy, that speed controller that I was looking at, the Sonik one I think?

can you give me some specs on that, and what model/brand is it?

and a question to anyone, though heavy, u'll know, whats the most popular stock motor at the moment?
Actually the ESC in question was a Schumacher labelled one called Matrix 12F. Is a 12 turn motor limit fwd and brake. Same as Msonic Tempo.
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Old 09-23-2003, 03:33 PM
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Thanx heavy, I'm looking for a speedy for Dad's mini so I might grab that one, if dad puts up the funds lol.
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Is your Dad going to drive the Mini or you ?
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Old 09-24-2003, 03:01 AM
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i like adams track better. a bit more complex but i say yes to it.
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Old 09-24-2003, 05:23 AM
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Your not thinking about the velcro!... The technical track is cool but just think if your entering the center of Adam's track design on the hairpins, this is where the problems start!... That velcro strip right through the middle will be a major dilema, if you hit the hair pin it splits the carpet appart and when the cars run down that middle section i can see we'll be taping it up all night, Stu's design is simple easyer to setup and put away!...
Anyway, it might look all good on paper but if you were to setup Adam's track that chicane in the middle will be somewhat pointless!... Novice will kill it!!!

I want to do more laps not less laps...
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HI STEW,

I also thinking next time the club needs to replace the carpet we might look at getting two pieces, i am sure we could fit two pieces down under neath.

be a bit heavier, but a few carrying would work.

Does anyone know anyone, who lay carpet or work in the carpet inductry, maybe they might have a great soloution to the joining problems we are experiencing.

regards brad p
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Old 09-24-2003, 06:58 PM
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heavy,

dad will be racing the mini, i don't know how often, he doesn't have a lot of free time, but he is keen so i'll see what happens, no doubt I'll race every now and then too :P
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Hello Everyone,
NSW is different... thats for sure.
I'm in ACT right now..and went to this hobby store. Schumachers...mmmm...
They have S1's for 350...
I know heavy is better we all do.
I might see some petrol action tomorrow...but its good down here. Cold though...hope to see you guys at yeronga next week.
Bye have fun
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Old 09-28-2003, 08:19 PM
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Ercle (stephen)

I need that pinion, you said you would drop it off last thursday, but u didn't, I need it urgently as I'm testing cars all this week.
I'm at work on tuesday, 9-2 and the usual thursday and saturday, i'd like it back by tuesday please.

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Does anyone have any control tyres they could sell/lend me on friday? I still need them
they guys down here dont have pro line tyres
I'm starting to panic as i am coming back on thursday, well try to keep in touch. Those photos i will try to burn them to cd
if i can find one
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If your in dire need, I have a spare set on rims, however that are in pretty bad condition, the treads ok but they won't stay stuck to the rim very well.

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