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Old 02-26-2006, 02:08 PM   #271
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You know that photos are the next thing you MUST do!
Yea I know I went to go and do that yesterday....NO DICE...Wife broke it....So I will ahve to wait on that...LOL
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Old 02-26-2006, 02:55 PM   #272
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The Jammin' or the camera? lol
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The Camera......The CRT is of no intrest to my wife...
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Old 02-27-2006, 11:23 AM   #274
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I've bought the RTR and was in the process of upgrading the clutch. What would be a great adjustable clutch to get for the Ofna .28?
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HAHA...You have a wife like mine. What track do you race at? I'm just starting 1/8 myself.
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Old 02-27-2006, 07:47 PM   #276
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HAHA...You have a wife like mine. What track do you race at? I'm just starting 1/8 myself.
Well if this silly rain would end it will be HotRods on Tuesdays and maybe Rev adn Sun Valley but I still need some practice and some skill....touring car has been great and I love it but my schedule is geared more for off road...
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I've bought the RTR and was in the process of upgrading the clutch. What would be a great adjustable clutch to get for the Ofna .28?
Check out the Orion CRF V6 clutch, and the Werks racing adjustable clutch. Both are basically the same design, I guess whichever one is easier to get parts for would be the better one to get.
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Just to keep you guys updated...

http://www.neobuggy.net/modules/news...hp?storyid=405

They will have the ones for the CRT will only be black and they will be ready on the 17th of March.
They are also workign on wing mount stays as well...not the supports but the actual mounting plates that go on each side of the wing mounts...

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HAHA...You have a wife like mine. What track do you race at? I'm just starting 1/8 myself.

Well, i will buy my first 1/8 Buggy by end of May 2006 ... right now im racing Monster Truck since Christmas ... my wife gave me the Tamiya TNX PRO truck and now she is encouraging me to try Buggy 1/8 !!! ... and she paints my bodies ... .... BUT ... she does not like to go to the track, the only other person in the family who goes with me is my 5 years old doughter who is already asking for a truck

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OK So Cal guys,

Lets talk about gearing, we just got a break in the weather up here last weekend and i got the chance to break in the Picco .27 and the Jammin, running the stock gearing and a JP2 pipe the truck gets up to speed so fast it really seems to be maxing the engine out way early.

The track we will be building here in the next 2 weeks will have a 160+ foot straight with a HS sweeper at the end.

My question for all of you running at KZ, on that massive straight is have you had to gear up for it? (I know 160 is short compared to the straight at KZ) If so how much have you gone? 14, 15? Im looking for a starting point.

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Lets talk about gearing, we just got a break in the weather up here last weekend and i got the chance to break in the Picco .27 and the Jammin, running the stock gearing and a JP2 pipe the truck gets up to speed so fast it really seems to be maxing the engine out way early.

The track we will be building here in the next 2 weeks will have a 160+ foot straight with a HS sweeper at the end.

My question for all of you running at KZ, on that massive straight is have you had to gear up for it? (I know 160 is short compared to the straight at KZ) If so how much have you gone? 14, 15? Im looking for a starting point.

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Well I run at HotRods and with the tighter track and that I am using a .21 the 13T is perfect, But if I were goign to KZ I would probably start with a 14T and bring a 15 and even 16 just incase...
So I would say, put a 14T to start and keep an eye on temp and where the enigine is maxing out its rpm. You want your mill to get up to max revs about 2/3rd the strait away, so that is what I would do...Try different ones. Each mill has its sweet gearing.
I usally start lower and build up on where the mill maxxes out.
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im runing the 14 on my nova rossi N528XR and it seems to be just right for all track that i have run on with it sofar
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a friend of mine got his crt pro jacked, and was debating on getting a RTR, any major quality issues? I advised him to take his money and save up again. but that might not be an option. Any ideas will be helpful, thanks,
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