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Old 10-28-2003, 02:14 PM   #1
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Default LRP Quantum Competition Specs

Hey guys, I wanted to know if someone could tell me the different profiles of the Quantum competition speedo. I know that there is an offroad setting, low traction setting, and touring car setting and so on. Can someone explain to me or send me in the right direction where I can get the specs of each profile, like the torque setting and frequency setting and all of the other settings in each profile. For modified sedan racing, I have used the offroad setting and the low bite track setting and wanted to see if anyone could explain each profile to me. I would appreciate any info.

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Hey guys, I wanted to know if someone could tell me the different profiles of the Quantum competition speedo. I know that there is an offroad setting, low traction setting, and touring car setting and so on. Can someone explain to me or send me in the right direction where I can get the specs of each profile, like the torque setting and frequency setting and all of the other settings in each profile. For modified sedan racing, I have used the offroad setting and the low bite track setting and wanted to see if anyone could explain each profile to me. I would appreciate any info.

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I am using 8T & 9T motor with map=punch setting no.4,ie. for touring car. My friend is using the map 5 for stock racing with his 8T Xenon motor. The motor feel so punchy but be careful it cause yer motor comm to wear faster. map 5 is especially good for stock racing=23T motor. This take the best of the motor to the utmost limit.

On our recent 8 minutes race...i use the map=punch no.3 for high bite track. This is actually smoother than no.4 & 5...and maybe actually save yer battery power. i use reedy 9T single and can finish 27 laps in 8 mins plus.
just my 2 cents.
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