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Old 07-07-2006, 11:13 PM   #91
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UFShadow - you are correct regarding 2WD based on Touring (T1R?) are muchmore forgiving than true pan car, IMO : 1. T1R have longer suspension stroke length > more suitable for bumpy track 2. Rubber tire (as seconday suspension) absorbs bump much better than foam
But TC suffer more drivetrain friction than DD car,
try to push pan car and belt TC with your finger on the floor (w/o motor and batt) then pan car will always go further

at least, using Touring Car tire (rubber + soft insert) should help pan car gain traction on imperfect asphalt,

What I have try with auldey and 10L3T :
- Indoor cement floor Both car with foam tires and > on-throttle traction and handling are easy and almost equal both car
- Outdoor smooth asphalt Auldey with touring tire sorex 40R + soft insert > far better on-power traction than 10L3t on foam
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what shore foams were you running?
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jo90, no pan car part in my 2wd touring. just converted T1R evo2 xray car. Last to day, I was try my car using shadow motor. struggle to keep the racing line. But the speed look similar to 5 pot 1/10th nitro. Thats what I want. Tyre 37shore (rear) speedmine and 40 (front). Still under testing...
With SS5800 easy to control close to 7T brushed speed, but since 4wd can blow the throttle at 1/3 of the corner. I don't have advantage.

Shadow give the speed that I ask. At last pack, reduced throttle exp to -40%...looks better. Next testing...I will find tyre that more grip for rear tyre.

Anybody, How to calculate roll-out?
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performance: you need to get on the ball. this fella seems to have found what your looking for...
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My SPX3 Pro sold. This is a excellent car with good plastic material. Original tyre don't have enough traction as I like. This car very stable once you get enough traction.
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shadow, did that car come with a body? also, does it use 1/10th scale tires or 1/12th scale tires? i wish i had the part number for the body...
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That is the old SP3-X not the SP3-XT

Same cars different sizes

1/10 SP3 XT Touring Car
■ WIDTH : F-185mm/R-188mm
■ WHEEL BASE : 257mm
■ TREAD : F-161mm/R-164mm
■ WEIGHT : 1,300g(RUNNING WEIGHT)

1/10 SP3 X , SP3 X PRO
■Width..............230mm
■Wheel Base..............259mm
■Tread (F/R)..............180mm/179mm

1/12 SP3 EXTREME, LANCE, SP3 2
■Width..............172mm
■Wheel Base..............198mm
■Tread (F/R)..............132mm/137mm
■Weight..............863g(Approx, Battery Included)

1/10 SP3 MATIZ
■Width..............172mm
■Wheel Base..............198mm
■Tread (F/R)..............137mm
■Weight..............906g(Approx, Battery Included)
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the SP3 Extreme ,Lance and Matiz are the only SP3 with factory body
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what shore foams were you running?
Kawahara 37 Front (28mm width) , 35 shore Rear (32 mm width)
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no 200mm 1/10th scale bodies available?
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no 200mm 1/10th scale bodies available?
SP3 X pro using 1*10th tires with 230 GT body.
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200mm shells Not from Academy
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If you are looking to run rubber on a pan car then go invest in some buggy rims. The rims are actualy very similar in size to a pan car rears and you should be able to find a good tire for asphalt.
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If you are looking to run rubber on a pan car then go invest in some buggy rims. The rims are actualy very similar in size to a pan car rears and you should be able to find a good tire for asphalt.
Actually, if you want to run rubber tires, go find yourself some pan car to hex adaptors and you can run TC wheels/tires. Does anyone remember who makes them and where to get them?
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no 200mm 1/10th scale bodies available?
Sedan or GTP?
GTP? Rcmart have some of them
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