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Old 04-08-2009, 12:23 AM   #871
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I think im gonna try to get out my 4.5 and 7.4 lipo and see it go on our local nitro track. I think it would be cool to have the electric 200mm cars beating up on the nitro 200mm cars.
Yes Jason, let us know how you compete with the nitros! This is typical of my track, we are running with the nitros and some are very fast.
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Old 04-08-2009, 04:25 AM   #872
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Guys what speedos/bl motors You run?
Thinking of getting this chassis for this summer season(our rules are 10.5 BL with 4 cell Ni-Mh).

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The Lrp spx is a real good one. I use LRP,novak and Trinity motors
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Old 04-08-2009, 01:51 PM   #873
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Guys what speedos/bl motors You run?
Thinking of getting this chassis for this summer season(our rules are 10.5 BL with 4 cell Ni-Mh).

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I use a Tekin RS with 184 software, an LRP 10.5 and EnerG cells. I have an LRP SPX in my BMI 12RR, and htat works well too with an LRP X11 10.5 motor. I'd recommend either speedo, but the Tekin is just a bit smaller and easier to install.

Thoroughly recommend the BMI DB10R - mine is good to drive, consistent and fast. HTH
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so whos got a part number and on line shop that has that rear tire truer adapter i need.

integy turner, i ordered one from them, but then was told sorry on backorder
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Old 04-12-2009, 09:31 AM   #875
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so whos got a part number and on line shop that has that rear tire truer adapter i need.

integy turner, i ordered one from them, but then was told sorry on backorder
A-Main Hobbies should stock RCA905 adapter, fits 10th and 12th wheels, spendy though $44.95, HTH
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so whos got a part number and on line shop that has that rear tire truer adapter i need.

integy turner, i ordered one from them, but then was told sorry on backorder
Try rc4less.com

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Are any of you guys running a single cell lipo setup in your cars (1/10th or 1/12th) if so how do they compare to 4cell nimh? At the track where I race we are running 4cell nimh but good packs are getting hard to find.
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I used a set of JACO lilacs at the weekend and have just bought a set of CRC 'spec' tyres (with the strip in them). What can I expect will be the differance between the 2 sets and what changes could I epect to do to the chassis when using the CRC tyres over the JACO's? Thanks for the help guys, the local club runs a really tight schedule with hardly any time between heats, so if I make the changes before I get to the club, that would help on the night you see! Cheers, Chris.
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Ok folks it's that time of the month to meet up at Crystal Park Raceway. If you have debating if you should go and take your pan car out of the closet, well make it this weekend. Bring what you have, lets just have fun. If not enough pan car guys show, will be put in with a touring class so don't worry about not being able to participate. If your driving skills are not up to par, well mines are not up to par either just having fun. Remember unfortunately next month we will not have a meeting at Crystal Park as nitro racing is going on and took our spot. If you still cannot make this weekends race hit me up if you can make it any other weekend for some bashing/practice time and will meet up.



Here is the flyer for this Saturday's race so bring your pan car, touring, nitro.










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What kind of weight lube do i need for the side tubes ?
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What kind of weight lube do i need for the side tubes ?
10000 wt should be good
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wt or cst ?
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That is 10,000 wt
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Jasom pm. Thanks.
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