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Old 06-27-2009, 11:08 AM
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the track pics near my home........
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Old 06-27-2009, 11:48 AM
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Where is this track?
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Old 06-27-2009, 11:57 AM
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Originally Posted by rgrg2 View Post
Where is this track?
this track located in guangzhou,china.... is a newly build indoor track....
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Originally Posted by rc_cal View Post
the track pics near my home........
that track is SICK
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Old 06-27-2009, 12:00 PM
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Originally Posted by micrors4guy View Post
that track is SICK
this track have soooooooooooo many jumps......and very tight( only around 1.2 meter large on the drive way)
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Originally Posted by rc_cal View Post
this track have soooooooooooo many jumps......and very tight( only around 1.2 meter large on the drive way)
it has the flow os a us style track. Looks very fun and will reward smooth drivers. looks like it has options when going threw the corners also. Very sweet.
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Old 06-27-2009, 01:37 PM
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Originally Posted by rc_cal View Post
hi ! everybody..... im new to ep buggy.... today i have just bought a used ae b4.... it comes with some hop up something like losi shocks, rpm parts... i plan to put in hobbywing 60amp brushless system with 8.5t 4000kv sensored brushless motor....... i need some advise how to make the car good and easy to drive....i have attach the pic if the track near my home....
that is a very nice b4 and that track is so nice
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Old 06-27-2009, 04:56 PM
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Originally Posted by mattc46 View Post
I have my B4 with and Orion 17.5 geared at 32/72 with no overheating problems at all, uses around 700-800 mah of my Lipo per 5 Min race so i can go a day of racing without charging (i normally top it up between races anyway just to make sure!), i have also tried 33/72 without a problem but the 32 pinion suits the Track i race on better.
I'm running a T4 truck, not a buggy. Sorry, I should have clarified.
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Originally Posted by MUDVAYNE View Post
I'm running a T4 truck, not a buggy. Sorry, I should have clarified.
When i ran a 17.5 on a smaller track i was geared 78/30. That was with a novak 17.5.
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Old 06-28-2009, 07:18 AM
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Originally Posted by CClay1282 View Post
When i ran a 17.5 on a smaller track i was geared 78/30. That was with a novak 17.5.
I have a trinity duo 17.5. (it's the first one,not the one that they just released.)
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Originally Posted by mr crum View Post
that is a very nice b4 and that track is so nice
thanks man !!!
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Originally Posted by rc_cal View Post
thanks man !!!
M8, when you get a chance to post something on you tube, put a link on here for us.
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Old 06-28-2009, 10:31 AM
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M8, when you get a chance to post something on you tube, put a link on here for us.
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ok ! i will....maybe this weekend...but i will post on the other website.... cause china here is ristricted to enter youtube.... i will post other link
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I need a starting point for a loose sand clay outdoor track for a FT T4. I'm just getting into offroad, but I've been racing asphalt oval for about 5 years. The class is open, but most are running a 4600kV Mamba system. I was thinking about a Novak GTB with a 13.5 or 10.5. I'm not crazy about running a sensorless system. We also run a 5000 lipo. Any help will be appreciated!

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Originally Posted by jdearhart View Post
I need a starting point for a loose sand clay outdoor track for a FT T4. I'm just getting into offroad, but I've been racing asphalt oval for about 5 years. The class is open, but most are running a 4600kV Mamba system. I was thinking about a Novak GTB with a 13.5 or 10.5. I'm not crazy about running a sensorless system. We also run a 5000 lipo. Any help will be appreciated!

Thanks!
The stock setup is a good all around starting setup for any track, try that, then tell us what problems you are having, tire wise, i would think directional up front and probally the m3's in the back would would but if not, then something with larger pins.
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