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New Precirotate S1 V2 1/10 2wd buggy

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Old 04-25-2013, 10:50 PM
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Originally Posted by Tony Newland View Post
Here's what I ran a few months ago.. I only had the car for a couple weeks to test so its not fine tuned but it was good enough to win a local big race
That would be the top secret "invisible" set up......lol!
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Old 04-26-2013, 06:41 AM
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would love to see this setup rear or mid motor?

I would assume the mid motor would be for smoother indoor tracks, or high bite tracks. Would be really cool if mid motor actually works on all tracks.
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Tony's setup is for rear motor. I run mid motor indoors. I haven't run mid motor outdoors yet.
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Old 04-28-2013, 12:55 PM
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Hobby Pro PRS1 worked great on it's debut club race. ; ) First win, among many to come.
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car looked amazing cant wait to get one
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car IS amazing..you will love it!!
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Yo Clint, new thread
http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...y-all-new.html
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Thanks Colin..
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I finally got to see the car today. Watched Colin Branch race his in qualifying. This buggy looks great. The buggy looked very smooth and definitely seemed to rotate thru the corners faster than the others. It was especially fast rotating and coming out of a large banked corner onto the front straight. The body is really cool in person. It looks almost space age looking. Very cool.
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Originally Posted by vwjuice View Post
I finally got to see the car today. Watched Colin Branch race his in qualifying. This buggy looks great. The buggy looked very smooth and definitely seemed to rotate thru the corners faster than the others. It was especially fast rotating and coming out of a large banked corner onto the front straight. The body is really cool in person. It looks almost space age looking. Very cool.
Was nice chatting with you. I decided to try slicks in that qualifier and it was very hard to drive. My run in the previous round is still holding as TQ though.
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It was nice meeting you Colin. If the buggy was that fast and controllable with the slicks then I can only imagine how good it would be with other tires.

Nice job on the TQ. I saw a lot of good racers there tonight.

I'll definitely be getting one of these buggies soon. I'll check and see if Tom is going to be stocking them.
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What is the chances of there being a truck or short course truck in the works? I really want to run truck or short course from the same manufacturers.
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so where can one buy a PRECIROTATE s1 v2? this one. http://www.pr-rc.com/pdt_view.asp?sn=827

Hobbyprousa isnt the same it seems.... dosent come with all the goodies as above and some pf the options parts they dont cary either.

http://www.pr-rc.com/pdt_list.asp?lv...2FOption+Parts
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http://www.ebay.ca/itm/PR-PROKEN-S1-...8351909&_uhb=1

its where I got mine.. and they have some of the option parts there as well..
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