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Old 04-14-2004, 05:39 AM   #466
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When do you use :
-Spool (Carpet or asphalt / Wide or tight track)
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i believe if i remember right he was the only one in the a main to run a spool at the novak race.

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Old 04-14-2004, 11:32 PM   #468
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Chris,

When do you use :
-Spool (Carpet or asphalt / Wide or tight track)
-One Way ( """""""" )

Regards,

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I don't know what track, it is something you just have to test.
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Old 04-15-2004, 10:15 AM   #469
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Hey Drew,
Whats up dude!? U racing at RSJ on Saturday for that trophy race? I'll be there, I know Johnson and others will be too.
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Old 04-15-2004, 05:02 PM   #470
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Stephen whut up dude yeah I 'm coming see u there later Drew
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Hey Chris-

I saw earlier in the thread that you use the LRP-QC2. I think seeing this has made up my mind, I've been racking my brain trying to decide between the QC2 & the GT-7. What's your 2 cents on the GT-7?
Also is that a Airtronics (#94758Z) servo? I have to look at that picture alot closer to see exactly what you did there. I just put my first kit together (it's the Yoke SD) and it's tight for electronics so here's what I'm planning on using:
Airtronics (94758Z) servo
Novak XXtra Syn. receiver (75Mhz)
LRP QC2 or GT-7 esc
Revolution V2 Touring motor (10x1) or Atsushi Hara edit. (10x1)
SMC, ProMatch, & Fukuyama batts (I want to compare all three)

Maybe you could let me know what you think of these electronics together, I'm TOTALLY green on this stuff (but I'm starting to lose my color )
It's GREAT to know that the main man for Yokomo has a thread.
WOW!!!!!
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Old 04-18-2004, 08:08 PM   #472
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Oh I forgot, ANYONE can reply to this




YOKOMO: simply put-- THEE BEST!!
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Chris- Have you been able to get the CGM out on some larger paved tracks and rubber tires yet this spring? That season is just starting for us. Would love to know what you are running setup wise on asphalt!

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first off to compare packs, take smc out the mix, and add huricane, then buy 2 times as many fukus as the rest of them because fukus > all
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Hey Chris... was wondering what motor you were using at La Mirada... it was ballistic on the straights!!! Were you using the spool from Speedtech as with the rest of the yokomo guys? Your car looked so hooked up last Sunday...
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Hey Chris-

I saw earlier in the thread that you use the LRP-QC2. I think seeing this has made up my mind, I've been racking my brain trying to decide between the QC2 & the GT-7. What's your 2 cents on the GT-7?
Also is that a Airtronics (#94758Z) servo? I have to look at that picture alot closer to see exactly what you did there. I just put my first kit together (it's the Yoke SD) and it's tight for electronics so here's what I'm planning on using:
Airtronics (94758Z) servo
Novak XXtra Syn. receiver (75Mhz)
LRP QC2 or GT-7 esc
Revolution V2 Touring motor (10x1) or Atsushi Hara edit. (10x1)
SMC, ProMatch, & Fukuyama batts (I want to compare all three)

Maybe you could let me know what you think of these electronics together, I'm TOTALLY green on this stuff (but I'm starting to lose my color )
It's GREAT to know that the main man for Yokomo has a thread.
WOW!!!!!
I try to use ant good fast and strong airtronic servos and gt7 is good and any small airtrinics reciever is good or novak.
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Hey Chris... was wondering what motor you were using at La Mirada... it was ballistic on the straights!!! Were you using the spool from Speedtech as with the rest of the yokomo guys? Your car looked so hooked up last Sunday...
I used my socal setup that I got working good last week and it was a one way..I used a 8double reedy kr in the main and a fuku 8 double in the qallifiers..
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Old 04-21-2004, 11:29 PM   #478
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Hey buddy what's up? We need to go back to the LIBRARY some time.

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Wheres My Fuku 8 dub???????
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