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Old 08-21-2009, 05:38 PM   #61
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Yep car is better than it's been in a almost a year looking forward to tomorrow.

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Old 08-22-2009, 10:27 AM   #63
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Mike a thought with the min weight dropping (1420g) for the nats and maybe overall maybe an option to have the battery weights molded in plastic would be something to look at. Just a thought if ROAR does that across the board

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Mike a thought with the min weight dropping (1420g) for the nats and maybe overall maybe an option to have the battery weights molded in plastic would be something to look at. Just a thought if ROAR does that across the board

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Hi Rod,

I've also tested with 3mm carbon fiber battery holds so we should be ready for the lowered weights if that is required It just gets trickier balancing left and right unless you move the battery all the way out.

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Didn't even think about graphite that's good! Racing starts at one, car feels really good in practice. I am really happy and impressed with the chassis, thanks.

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Overall happy with the car now. Started off running my fastest lap about 3/10ths faster than I have lately for early in the day. Stayed consistant but little slower after that (Usually get faster during the day). This was definitely not the chassis fault. After racing stuck around and put the car on the setup station and straightened out a few issues and went back out. Car was very good to me. I believe I can continue to get faster with this chassis. Handling is great now need to work on the driver

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Would there be any interest for chassis protectors for either the TC5 or Mi3/3.5 chassis at all??
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