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Old 01-16-2004, 11:28 AM   #5971
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have fun getting hit by the TC3 driver's I'm sticking with 19 turn rubber
Like the one that took me out in the hairpin on the front stretch... and I mean took out, I was in the apex of the turn, and he wasn't even using brakes, just used me to make that turn.
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Old 01-16-2004, 01:30 PM   #5972
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aaah sweet! Matt's gonna throw down in mod this time Should be fun
I'll probably run 19T too just so stlnlst doesn't think he still owns that class
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Like the one that took me out in the hairpin on the front stretch... and I mean took out, I was in the apex of the turn, and he wasn't even using brakes, just used me to make that turn.
now you know why the 19T class has been pretty popular this winter, I can't wait to back outdoors to run mod where they actually call the stop and go's (speedworld)
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Guys,

I need a good carpet set up for Rayspeed chassis, running rubber tires with front diff and one way.

thanks for your help
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Guys,

I need a good carpet set up for Rayspeed chassis, running rubber tires with front diff and one way.

thanks for your help
email me at [email protected] and I'll give you my setup I run with a 19T motor and rubber tires
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Hi guys,

I just got a SD to try out this week-end. I'm pretty new to rc and own a TC3 and a XXXS. Neither of which I have run. I looked at the SD and liked what I saw. I hope it works well for me.

My question is mainly about gearing the car. It came with a 70T spur and I have a choice of P2K, P2K2, Monter Stock or MVP.
What would you guys recommend to use on a carpet track, kinda medium in size using foam tires? And how should I gear it?

Do you guys like to stay with the 48P or do you usually change over to 64P gears?

My set-up plans are to copy Chris's car from the Novak race. Hopefully it will work well with a stock motor.

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Hi guys,

I just got a SD to try out this week-end. I'm pretty new to rc and own a TC3 and a XXXS. Neither of which I have run. I looked at the SD and liked what I saw. I hope it works well for me.

My question is mainly about gearing the car. It came with a 70T spur and I have a choice of P2K, P2K2, Monter Stock or MVP.
What would you guys recommend to use on a carpet track, kinda medium in size using foam tires? And how should I gear it?

Do you guys like to stay with the 48P or do you usually change over to 64P gears?

My set-up plans are to copy Chris's car from the Novak race. Hopefully it will work well with a stock motor.

Thanks
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A lotta questions there,

Get a monster AND a p2k.

On carpet, both of those will work.

I like using 64P to get finer adjustments in my gearing.

You can't really copy someone's setup without the same motor and tires. I'm assuming you haven't bought any pinion gears yet. . . .
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Like the one that took me out in the hairpin on the front stretch... and I mean took out, I was in the apex of the turn, and he wasn't even using brakes, just used me to make that turn.
my car didn't even stay on the track when I got hit.
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I'll probably run 19T too just so stlnlst doesn't think he still owns that class
I'll still own the class...
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I'll still own the class...
why don't you go over to the schumacher thread and hang out with Mauler and Stidham? I'm sure they have a dialed setup that they're not going to share with anyone When you get a win over myself and Alex then and only then will I even consider you as part owner of 19T at stockton
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why don't you go over to the schumacher thread and hang out with Mauler and Stidham? I'm sure they have a dialed setup that they're not going to share with anyone When you get a win over myself and Alex then and only then will I even consider you as part owner of 19T at stockton
Is that a challenge???? I look forward to our first meeting with the new car. Don't mention Alex.....he's my hero and I won't say anything bad about him
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Now having a 2.5 gear ration vs. a 2.35 ratio will do what? More punch I thought. Right?
Using 2.5 internal ratio over standard Yok SD kit 2.35 internal ratio will give better acceleration and less top speed for any given pinion/spur combination. Probably useful for tight/indoor circuits.
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I would like to know where can i get those befor the birds.... i would like to try the 2.5 gear set in my SD
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I have about 2 weeks to get what i need for this SD...



Thanks for the help
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