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Old 01-06-2007, 09:34 AM   #31
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3.5 in a xxx-cr? Now that's funny, I don't care who you are! J/K
Good luck keeping the front wheels on the ground or slipper pads!
Depending on the track, 12 to a 19 will lay down the power nicely and keep the parts on the car. I run a 5.5 in a ZX-5 and it is scarry fast. Fast as most 1/8 scales.
I just started running a Birdman 19T in the mod class (BK2) and have been placing in the top 3 most nights. It still pulls the front wheels! Nothing like beating your buddy who is running a low turn mod with a 19T!! Not to mention if the longest straight is shorter than 100', he will have a hard time passing you!!

Have fun!
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Old 01-06-2007, 05:29 PM   #32
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lol.. just want to do something insane and sick.. lol ill put like a 5lb weight on the front.. lol j/k.. ill eventually get like a 12 turn this way if I ever want to race in a turny ill have the extra brushed motor. I was at the lhs for 3 n a half hours today just watchin everyone racing.. most had trucks n 3 had buggys and there was 1 mini buggy.. they were just fkn jumping right over the trucks and lapping them like crazy....
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