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Old 09-05-2008, 01:44 PM   #1
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Default 10.5 BL to advance or not 1/12th racing

An number of racers have now aquired 10.5 so there is a bit of history running them in competition 1/12th 19t/10.5 bl
Has any one advanced them yet, if so by how much.How has this affected performance, run time ,rollout etc.
Did it change the settings on your ESC.As the first national is looming this info would be very usefull for those that have not run them yet.
I have 2 motors ,1 for the 19t/10.5 class on the saturday left as standard, roll out 58mm settings 2,4,0,0.
Second has been advanced till mark is almost up to the first solder tag. Plan to run this in the sportsman class on the sunday.As i have not run this yet dont really have any idea on roll out or ESC settings.
Motor is Nosram/LRP 10.5 bl
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