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Old 03-09-2003, 03:54 AM   #16
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Cole Trickle, just to let you know...

on friday night at my local club my pro 2 was sweet

i got in the A main and bought it home in 5th behind 3 sponsered drivers(2 losi, 1 xray) and anyother fully optioned xray

the car was very much on the pace even with my core stock up against the top 4 with there brand new monsters

so the car still has some life in it yet and i run with no options, but i am hopeing my mate will provide some one-ways for next meeting
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Old 03-09-2003, 06:50 AM   #17
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Could someone tell me there experiences for using the stick pack setup versus the saddle? Handling wise. Also, what about the optional chasis handling kit that changes your roll center. Is it worth getting?
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Old 03-09-2003, 07:32 AM   #18
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My pro2 is a great car! I won a points series w/ it over x-ray and tc3's. It has alot of bells and whitles on it.It will be running to get ready for the hpi challenge here in Texas soon.
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Old 03-09-2003, 12:11 PM   #19
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Tom, congratulations. And yes, those one-ways are SWEET! Especially the diff, the on-power acceleration are soooo grrrreat

dannybcaitlyn; Sticks versus saddles; With saddles the handling are better, the car turns better and easier. The car gets easier to drive, since the weight are more centralized and a little lower. As a bonus, you can use an equalizer, which gives more speed AND longer battery lifetime.

I havent tried the handling kit. It raises the roll center slightly, wich gives a little more rear, that is, more grip. Usually, I play around with the rear camber links instead.
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