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Old 08-15-2003, 03:49 PM   #16
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For the xs3 with the rs300 rx which is better, 27 MHz or 40 MHz?
I'll have to see what frequency the racers at my track have (everyone has jr radios except for three who have m8 radios).

Thanks for all the info guys!!!
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Old 08-15-2003, 04:38 PM   #17
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40mhz is illegal in the US. Your only choices are 27mhz or 75mhz.
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wut is a front spool???and are IRS input shafts really worth to get?? Thx!!!

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I'm going Saturday to try to sell my E-maxx, so I guess I might order that JR radio for $140 if I sell it. Also were can I get the front spool?
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I want to race tonight and my rear outdrive was broken before I even started racing. My car handled HORRIBLE, it wouldn't even turn at low speeds (because how I set it up before not knowing what I was doing). So I think I'll get setup gauges now. Also what top position should I put my shocks on.
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I don't know the TC3 so I can't really help you out, but we all have a race day's like that now and then. Ones where everything goes wrong and every set-up change you try, makes a horrible handling car even worse.
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I just ordered a bunch of stuff to help me set up my car (like spacers, shock oil, setup gauges, and outdrives which I broke).
I'm going to use Russell Williams setup for carpet (it seams like a good setup).
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Old 08-19-2003, 07:57 PM   #23
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I think the track has vht or soda on it. Do any of you have setups for that?
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