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Old 04-28-2008, 05:26 PM   #1
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i have a zx-5 sp with a mm5700 but seems alittle to much for the track was wondering what would be a good match for a tight track high traction was thinkin of a orion or something
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Take your laptop to the track next time you go & fool around w/ programming the esc untill you find something you like. To start things off I would try setting the timing on very low & setting the punch control to 50%.
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I got a Hpi E-Firestorm, anyone change their E-Firestorm to brushless type already? Please share some info on which brushless kit is good.

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i have a zx-5 sp with a mm5700 but seems alittle to much for the track was wondering what would be a good match for a tight track high traction was thinkin of a orion or something
turn the throttle epa down on ur radio
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i have a zx-5 sp with a mm5700 but seems alittle to much for the track was wondering what would be a good match for a tight track high traction was thinkin of a orion or something
Orion 7.5 is perfect for me on our medium/small indoor clay track. Lot's a rip !!
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I run an Orion 6.5 at 80% (i think it is geared 22/78) of the tracks, but the 7.5 is good on smaller or looser tracks.
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