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Old 04-28-2007, 02:16 PM
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Not gonna get the results anyways, Schumacher don't have any international A-main drivers anymore...
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Old 04-28-2007, 02:31 PM
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Originally Posted by Nielsen
I believe the mentiened they where hoping to get th Mi3 to this race... But they wasn't sure.

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Not so many Schumacher/LRP drivers
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Old 04-28-2007, 04:28 PM
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This is all about the Mi3 so it definitely made it :

http://www.lrp-electronic.de/tcm2007...0428_2030.html
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Old 04-28-2007, 05:35 PM
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looks Like Paul is 9th How many ran brushed motors?
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http://www.blogs.se/srv/media/media_...1417733&size=l

Huh, that BL motor has Hall sensors (not connected) with a Checkpoint and MM BL 3.5 label. That's the Quark ESC you say? Seems like they're running it w/o the Hall sensors. I don't know if that one can run with them or not. Interesting stuff on the brushless front for sure. I'm still not convinced it's not a bunch of companies slapping their sticker on someone's motor, though.
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Old 04-28-2007, 06:44 PM
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I wonder if that GM ESC without the case the Genius 100? I sure wish someone would distribute GM stuff in the US.

It seems like nobody is running their BL motors with the Hall sensors, even with the option. The GM ESC supposedly will run in a hybrid mode if they're connected (sensors at startup, sensorless at higher RPMs) yet at least Marc Fischer opted to leave it off in his Phi and his 12x at the Snowbirds.

That Phi has a topdeck with the triangle machined in the rear rather than the Phi symbol. I wonder if there's two styles, or it's just a prototype version? Both have shown up in pictures.

The TC5 continues to impress with its simple, clean good looks. The Mi3 is kind of blah in all purple.
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Old 04-28-2007, 06:53 PM
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http://www.blogs.se/srv/media/media_...1423998&size=l

Trinity N80 w/proto GM ESC (Genius 100?) That's the only wye BL I've seen from the pictures, unless the GM guys are using the wye motors as well.
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Old 04-28-2007, 07:44 PM
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Originally Posted by syndr0me
The Mi3 is kind of blah in all purple.
It's not all purple
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Old 04-28-2007, 10:43 PM
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Originally Posted by ottoman
looks Like Paul is 9th How many ran brushed motors?
I thought I read that Marc and Paul were the only seen with brushed motors...could be wrong though
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Interesting to see Marc´s car
http://www.blogs.se/srv/media/media_...1424122&size=l

going in the exact opposite direction than tamiya

old 415MS
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Has he been to the tamiya museum???

when dooing the DHI cup in Denmark, he ran the same configuration
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everyone is bringing new prototype cars to the masters........except the TRF drivers. they are bringing 5 year old cars.
shows something is "wrong" at tamiya...........very disappointing
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Originally Posted by habis
everyone is bringing new prototype cars to the masters........except the TRF drivers. they are bringing 5 year old cars.
shows something is "wrong" at tamiya...........very disappointing
Well, I think Tamiya is focusing on the 1:10 Buggy World Champonship this year and the "old" 415 is still one of the best cars on carpet. Wilck, who currently sits on 2nd place in qualifying, runs one.
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Originally Posted by habis
Interesting to see Marc´s car
http://www.blogs.se/srv/media/media_...1424122&size=l

going in the exact opposite direction than tamiya

old 415MS
3mm Chassis
Spool
Ta-04 short arms


Has he been to the tamiya museum???

when dooing the DHI cup in Denmark, he ran the same configuration
Seems you don't know anything about TAMIYA 415 models, otherwise such idiotic comments woulnd't escape your piccolo brain....
On carpet 415 with top deck above the belt and the short arms is the est configuration.

Originally Posted by habis
everyone is bringing new prototype cars to the masters........except the TRF drivers. they are bringing 5 year old cars.
shows something is "wrong" at tamiya...........very disappointing
Have you considered that anything is wrong with you???
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Originally Posted by habis
everyone is bringing new prototype cars to the masters........except the TRF drivers. they are bringing 5 year old cars.
shows something is "wrong" at tamiya...........very disappointing
Tamiya brings the original, everyone else brings "copy's"
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Originally Posted by rcpaintworks
Seems you don't know anything about TAMIYA 415 models, otherwise such idiotic comments woulnd't escape your piccolo brain....
On carpet 415 with top deck above the belt and the short arms is the est configuration.



Have you considered that anything is wrong with you???
What an idiotic posting…………try to be a little less personal when making your statements.

Coming out of Europe I have run every version of the 415 on carpet/rubber, so I know what I’m talking about.

However if you have followed the RC scene, you will notice that Tamiya is loosing ground on carpet tracks and fewer is driving Tamiya on rubber/carpet, and more are riding X-ray/HB.
Ever think why that is???????

My point is – every RC company is supporting their drivers effort to improve on carpet/rubber by improving the cars…. but not tamiya.

I drive tamiya – and will continue to do so, also my 415 on carpet/rubber.
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