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Old 02-05-2012, 08:37 PM   #10396
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Thanks again Losiho for the powersupply, it ran flawlessly throughout the day
You're welcome Paul, catch you at TFTR this sunday.

Great race in 4WD stock with the other Chris and Carter. Didn't stick around for the finals, had more than enough dust blowing in my eyes all day.
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Old 02-06-2012, 06:37 PM   #10397
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Can you guys recommend where to buy a DX3S? Looks like AMAIN's my best bet... I might just run the 22 next meet. At least there'll be less smarty pants comments around the track
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Old 02-06-2012, 07:20 PM   #10398
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I got mine from the hobbyman in dandy.

However here on RCtech I also found these :

http://www.rctech.net/forum/australi...trum-dx3s.html
Spektrum DX3S transmitter - excellent condition. as new. its a spare radio for me. + SR3300T receiver $160. pick up in melbourne is o.k.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/australi...00t-sr300.html <-- -looks nice this one - 260 ono

Might still be for sale this one: http://www.rctech.net/forum/australi...dx3s-sale.html <--- 170 posted from the gold coast.

I would watch the for sale sections of the aussie forum for good deals like these. Hell the first 2 are up for grabs and less than half price for a new one
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Old 02-06-2012, 07:21 PM   #10399
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Just something I was wondering about - the club was talking about running a championship points system just with-in the club. Any chance thats going to happen? I noticed all the on-road clubs do it.
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Old 02-09-2012, 02:59 AM   #10400
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I'm probably gonna get an SCT around April/May. Being a Losi man I would like an xxx-sct but it just seems that the AESC10 is a better vehicle. What do you guys think? Also for those of you who have one, how's the driving different to buggy?

I was just thinking....

A 22 and an SCT, everything The Doctor (Mick) loves in rc HAHAHAHA

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Old 02-13-2012, 03:05 AM   #10401
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Hey Allen, you gonna give stock another go on Sunday? Dan, you coming down? Hopefully it'll be another big turnout with much better weather...

Paul, you gonna be working on the track Wednesday evening? I need to check out the cars on the track before Sunday. No biggie if you're working on the track just please let me know.

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prob just 2wd mod
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Old 02-13-2012, 02:40 PM   #10403
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Hey Allen, you gonna give stock another go on Sunday? Dan, you coming down? Hopefully it'll be another big turnout with much better weather...

Paul, you gonna be working on the track Wednesday evening? I need to check out the cars on the track before Sunday. No biggie if you're working on the track just please let me know.

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If I'm there on Wed it would only be till around 5:00 as I'll be racing at Boronia...thinkin of droppin a 17.5 into one of my 2wd's... maybe the RC10 would like to stretch its legs
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If I'm there on Wed it would only be till around 5:00 as I'll be racing at Boronia...thinkin of droppin a 17.5 into one of my 2wd's... maybe the RC10 would like to stretch its legs
Might make it more interesting up the front. Vintage, B3 or B4?
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Hey guys, noob question but ive never really gotten this right,

how should you properly set a slipper?
ive heard everything from holding the rear wheels and loosening it till it wont lift it self to puting it on high grip surface and measuring out how long it slips for,

just wanting to know how you guys normaly set them.
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Hey Billy,

Check this out, this might help you out, i even found it usefull even though it is for a 22 , right at the end is the Slipper adjustment

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=EToj2yX76NU
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Hey guys, noob question but ive never really gotten this right,

how should you properly set a slipper?
ive heard everything from holding the rear wheels and loosening it till it wont lift it self to puting it on high grip surface and measuring out how long it slips for,

just wanting to know how you guys normaly set them.

http://www.rccaraction.com/blog/2011...ed-tebo-video/
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Hey Billy,

Check this out, this might help you out, i even found it usefull even though it is for a 22 , right at the end is the Slipper adjustment

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=EToj2yX76NU
Wow, that was good and TLR as well!! No time to re-build and test before SUnday but will have to try that one.

I used the one Hacker suggested. Just for an alternative....

http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...er-clutch.html
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Might make it more interesting up the front. Vintage, B3 or B4?
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