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Old 09-04-2003, 03:24 PM   #4006
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For you socal racers are you guys using the standard springs? Thanks.
you will find the rayspeed springs are nice also
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Old 09-04-2003, 03:30 PM   #4007
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OK guys

might as well post this here 2..


All of the CUdas are gone but the Purple R2 with PAL hubs and so much crap that you can shake a stick at...

if any of you are interested.. please pm me..

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you will find the rayspeed springs are nice also
Rayspeeds are much too stiff for SoCal... I dont even use the 1.5 springs...
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Rayspeeds are much too stiff for SoCal... I dont even use the 1.5 springs...
i was just saying that there nice springs and they do have several different softness - hardness
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For you socal racers are you guys using the standard springs? Thanks.
get the softest ones you can get and use 250 oil ...perfect for that track
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Old 09-04-2003, 03:44 PM   #4011
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get the softest ones you can get and use 250 oil ...perfect for that track
Dave's in one of his sarcastic moods right now
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Old 09-04-2003, 03:49 PM   #4012
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Dave's in one of his sarcastic moods right now
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I was being serious stock pistion and such with the web 250 and a soft spric with the long span a-arms with a ton of droop

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Old 09-04-2003, 03:53 PM   #4013
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ooh, we've already told him about the HPI #2 pistons...

I run 1.4 x 5.5 in the rear, and 5.25 in the front, like the car to have very little roll.
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So should we expect your sig to shrink a little Dave?
you going to have a couple beers to mourn the loss of a couple Cuda's?

I like the 1.4 Alex Racing springs I got the other day, nice spread of stifnesses and of course they fit perfectly on the kit shocks
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I doubt Dave's signature will ever shrink, with all of the new stuff that comes out for the R2, he's like a kid in a candy shop over there in J-Land
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Dan - Pinky is on it's way You should get it tomorrow I'd think.
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Why are the batteries on a different side on the pics above? Is that not a stock chassis?
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Why are the batteries on a different side on the pics above? Is that not a stock chassis?
That's the Triox Xplosion
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Dan - Pinky is on it's way You should get it tomorrow I'd think.

I'm having second thoughts because this is such a nice kit to let go..... j/k

Did you know it comes with a full set of $200 Tamiya Ti screws? I didn't know that.

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And not to mention the 3mm thick chassis and pre-mounted sorex tires and inserts and. [email protected]



I got the shipping labels printed out so it's on it's way too.

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