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Old 12-01-2006, 12:30 PM   #1066
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Very well!!!. You know I run Mod on indoor high bite asphalt and this car has more steering than the previous car. We are all going to the run on the rug this Sunday, I just got a 10.5 so I MIGHT run rubber tire since it's going to be a pretty stout class and to get ready for that January race at your track but I also just finished up my Gen X last night so I want to dial that in as well. Did Ruben say if Mod is also going to be rubber tire or foam like in years past? But the EU'007 is the ticket. I've been telling peeps down here that I really don't know what else Mr. Hudy can do to produce a more competitive car! But I know they will figure something out
All of the racing this year has been on rubber tire's. Trust me....the traction is way better than Vegas so you don't have to worry about that. There hasn't been a mod class yet but I'd rather run mod for this race rather than 19 turn if the turn out is up. until that happens i'm all 19, so long as i'm having fun
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Old 12-01-2006, 12:32 PM   #1067
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Old 12-01-2006, 12:33 PM   #1068
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I really don't know what else Mr. Hudy can do to produce a more competitive car! But I know they will figure something out
Im sure he will get some ideas from some one else's chassis
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Old 12-01-2006, 01:03 PM   #1069
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Im sure he will get some ideas from some one else's chassis
Stop being sheepish...it's not very becoming!!!

EDIT: More food for thought since you lost so MUCH money due to these allegations..."Imitation is the highest form of flattery."
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Old 12-01-2006, 01:39 PM   #1070
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Stop being sheepish...it's not very becoming!!!

EDIT: More food for thought since you lost so MUCH money due to these allegations..."Imitation is the highest form of flattery."
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hey guys,

just wanted to post a pic of the new 007 chassis kit that i am going into production with.it is a 3mm chassis and front and rear top decks.i pocketed the chassis down to 2.5mm and added extra pocketing under the arms so you can have more roll center adjustment and droop adjustment.all of the edges of the chassis are beveled and the battery slots are also beveled eliminating all hand work.the kit is alot more rigid than the stock chassis.hope you like it.
Besides this chassis and the '007 bulkheads, what else is required for a conversion?
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servo saver. top deck posts. layshaft mounts. top deck and rear deck
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Has anyone been running double pink foams all around on their 007 for stock racing? I have been reading alot about people doing it but what does it acomplish?

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Has anyone been running double pink foams all around on their 007 for stock racing? I have been reading alot about people doing it but what does it acomplish?

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Wicked steering! If you can handle it, you can carry more speed. You use less steering and scrub less speed. Most will need to turn down the dual rates!
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Question about servo placement on the T2 007. Are most of you running the servo mounted in the forward holes? I am using a KO 2365 ICS.
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Question about servo placement on the T2 007. Are most of you running the servo mounted in the forward holes? I am using a KO 2365 ICS.

i had to use spacers between the servo mount and servo itself, if not the linkage would rub on the top deck
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Question about servo placement on the T2 007. Are most of you running the servo mounted in the forward holes? I am using a KO 2365 ICS.
In most cases the forward hole gives you a better chassis balance. I use the Futaba S9550 servo. I drill and countersink one extra hole in the front to move the servo even more forward.
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Has anyone been running double pink foams all around on their 007 for stock racing? I have been reading alot about people doing it but what does it acomplish?

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At Cleveland - some of the top guys were running this combo and found in the early stages they gained 2/10th's versus the typical Dbl Pink Rear/Dbl Pink-Orange fronts. As the race continued on, some of these guys switched back to the traditional combonation as the dbl-pink/dbl-pink combo was unpredictable at times.
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At Cleveland - some of the top guys were running this combo and found in the early stages they gained 2/10th's versus the typical Dbl Pink Rear/Dbl Pink-Orange fronts. As the race continued on, some of these guys switched back to the traditional combonation as the dbl-pink/dbl-pink combo was unpredictable at times.
Both stock and mod or was it more of a mod thing?
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