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Old 04-07-2006, 12:01 AM
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I was wanting some advice , i am racing 540 electric and nitro road , am getting sick of working on nitro car and want to go 19t or stock electric which would be the better racing class.
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What does your local track do? I would do the most popular at our local track.
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I enjoy 19t a little more than stock. My reason being that sometimes I have a hard time getting my stock motors to where it should be, where as my 19t's can be a little off, but still competitive. I don't have to search for power as much. Just remember...the faster you go, the faster your tires go.
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I have 2 clubs to race at 1 races stock the other 19T , would you recommend having multiple chassis or just keep changing cans.I currently have a venom pro , was thinking of adding the new Xray T2.
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Originally Posted by Green Machine
I have 2 clubs to race at 1 races stock the other 19T , would you recommend having multiple chassis or just keep changing cans.I currently have a venom pro , was thinking of adding the new Xray T2.

i race stock, 19t and mod. all on the same chassis. i do setup changes everytime i turn up to the track anyway.

just dont run stock and 19t on the same day with same chassis. the setup for stock and 19t are completely different.
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