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Old 08-11-2006, 03:25 AM   #1
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Default What's a good weight of a 1/10 car

Is 1.352Kg to heavy for a 1/10 touring car?
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heavy minimum weight for racing is 1500g
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Whatís the average? But Iím not into racing yet I think my setup would never be allowed and plus thereís no club in my town yet
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so whats your setup?
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What car is it, and is it weighed complete with shell running?
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its a severely modified electric colt lol with lmt 1930/8, 4cell, mgm 16012 and thats without shell
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its a severely modified electric colt lol with lmt 1930/8, 4cell, mgm 16012 and thats without shell

Hmmm
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Well, my FT TC-4 weighs in on the kitchen scales at 1,438g with 4 cells with a small receiver pack and the bodyshell using rubber tyres.
The Japanese 4 cell weight limit is 1,375g.
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hey mike what motor and esc did you use?
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The FT TC-4 had an Orion V2 6x1 and an LRP QC2 speedo.
My normal TC-4 weighs in at 5g less but without the receiver pack and that has a Novak GTX in it and a V2 7x1.
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