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Old 02-11-2004, 03:10 PM
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speedo=quantum-GT7 quantum2-Keyence
stock motor-Bianary stock (if legal) If not Monster Stock By trinity
19turn-no clue I have a Axiom 19turn and its REALLY! fast
body-Mazda6 Or alpha would be nice
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Old 02-11-2004, 03:12 PM
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Originally posted by speedxl
they started testing the spec tire in 99 and got it set up for the 2000 season with those stupid proline h-13 rubberbands! oops i mean tires and the 19t motor.
19t was the first class to have the spec tires and then mod for 1 year after the h-13 which sucked wind we allowed any tire but you were only allowed 2 sets and they had a sticker with a sign of but people still bought a ton of tires then schumacher stepped up with the c-s27 and its been the tire we have been running since then. the 10dbl rule happend i think six months before reedy did it but he did have some infuence with here because we thought it was a good idea.
I see and belive and yes h13's suck I still have 4 sets left over from the Reedy in 2000
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Old 02-11-2004, 03:24 PM
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underhill i can sit here and sell you the world but hey thats to easy.
if want the chassis bad then the d-1 is the way to go novice or pro.

and to be honest underhill race what you have drive it beat it burn it once your are ready then you'll need everything else.
seriously get acustomed to onroad you dont need super equipment starting out feal things out then buy thing as you improve!
i am a factory driver for warpspeed but as you see we are all a big family and we will all steer you in the right direction !

if you need to know what equipment here goes.

get a good servo futaba or ko
high speed and torque 9402 or 9150
recievers a sthythisized novak is good or a lrp mini
a lrp quantum or novak gt-7
batteries most companies offer good packs so which ever get gp 3300 cells
motors putnum., trinity or anybody that uses an epic based can is good wether 19t or stock!
pluss youll need a warspeed chassis to go with all that!
you the chassis first though!
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Old 02-11-2004, 05:50 PM
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Originally posted by howard hudson
yup starnger things have happened

should be pn 9854 from losi catalog
Ok I'm not losing my mind. The part number off the package is

LOSA9854
Graphite Offset RR Hubs:XXXS/G+

That is word for word off the package!
When I mount the hub and install the bearings the dogbone doesn't reach the outdrive, and if I lean the hub in then I have like 45 degress of camber.
Am I the only one that has this problem? Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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Old 02-11-2004, 06:21 PM
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Originally posted by kevinm
Ok I'm not losing my mind. The part number off the package is

LOSA9854
Graphite Offset RR Hubs:XXXS/G+

That is word for word off the package!
When I mount the hub and install the bearings the dogbone doesn't reach the outdrive, and if I lean the hub in then I have like 45 degress of camber.
Am I the only one that has this problem? Any help will be greatly appreciated.
man I wish i had a answer for U thats the same pn that i use and have had no prob whatso ever
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Old 02-11-2004, 06:25 PM
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Originally posted by kevinm
Ok I'm not losing my mind. The part number off the package is

LOSA9854
Graphite Offset RR Hubs:XXXS/G+

That is word for word off the package!
When I mount the hub and install the bearings the dogbone doesn't reach the outdrive, and if I lean the hub in then I have like 45 degress of camber.
Am I the only one that has this problem? Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Kevin...either your turnbuckles are the wrong length or you have the 200mm arms on your car. I used the Losi Hubs too and had no problems
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Old 02-11-2004, 06:35 PM
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how do knuckles look like?(Losi knuckles )
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Old 02-11-2004, 08:09 PM
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"True R/C Racing" and speedxl...

Thanks for the input. Good advice speedxl about waiting to get the upgrades. I plan to get several weeks of racing in before I lay out much cash. My equipment is all pretty good from my offroad days. I wish I still had my cyclone speedo but I'll make do for a while with the Super Rooster.

I've already got a very good HiTech digital high torque high speed servo which makes a HUGE difference. It ran me about $130 about 2 years ago.

I think what I'm going to need most in the next few months is a few more 3300 packs and possibly a smaller speedo... the novak super rooster is massive.

What is the weight difference when switching from a stock TC3 racer kit to a Warpspeed D1 chassis? Increase or decrease in weight?

Thanks again and I'll keep my eye on this thread.
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Old 02-11-2004, 08:15 PM
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Graphite Offset RR Hubs:XXXS/G+
You cant use the offset hub. Just the stock XXXS hubs will fit. Those are made for the new arms.
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Default Re: sunday in the park

Originally posted by howard hudson
well sundays racing went well for me in stock I ran the D1 qualified 3rd and ended up there
-- expert stock sedan - A Main --
Pos Car Laps time name
1 5 21 5:12.28 kevuin smith (losi)
2 3 21 5:14.55 walte cosico (? )
3 6 21 5:16.31 howard hudson(warp driver)
4 2 20 5:00.10 magic man ( has warp car)
5 4 20 5:00.80 mark arden (BMI)
6 1 20 5:08.01 oliver (warp driver)
7 7 16 5:12.43 scott arrington (TC3)

in 19t I qualified 3rd in the A also but blew out in the main ( man I should have left my motor alone) But the D2 was straped up............ man that car is great
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WOW! Congradulations, great job
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Old 02-11-2004, 09:06 PM
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Default WARPSPEED RACING....SNOWBIRDS

It has been awhile since we have posted. We are both still tired since the trip.

We would like to say that it was our pleasure to meet everyone at the Snowbirds.

Ray, Shane, Rob Love, Daniel Fukuyama, Gary Owen, Latif,
Chris Doseck, George (from Brooklyn) and the list goes on and on and on. I know we have left out many, many names, but would like acknowledge everyone if your name has not been mentioned.

Watching Ray, Hector, Chris, John, Rob B., Toni and many other racers doing an awesome job at the Snowbirds was great. Nice Driving.

We would like to take this time the THANK all
WARPSPEED DRIVERS for their hard work and dedication to
WARPSPEED RACING.
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Victor, it was great that you and Eva and all the kids made it over to the birds. Hopefully next year we will do better (Toni). It was her first big event and she wants to go back and try again. Maybe by next year an other kid (Chris Franco) will get a chance to run at the birds. (hint,hint)!!!!!! Hope to see you at the track this weekend. Take care.
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Originally posted by CraigH
You cant use the offset hub. Just the stock XXXS hubs will fit. Those are made for the new arms.
Thanks, I will try it out and see. I was gonna throw in the towel.
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Originally posted by howard hudson
man I wish i had a answer for U thats the same pn that i use and have had no prob whatso ever
I did some checking and the only way that I can tell to make the offset hubs to work would be to run the longer (200mm) dogbones. Is that what you might be running? I think I'm getting closer to figuring this out. I really appreciate the help from all of you.
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