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Old 05-24-2006, 08:17 AM   #1936
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Todd, i'm going to the iic in vegas, where is a good place to start when it comes to picking the compound of foam that you take to a race like this?

Its easy. Jaco Double Pink Orange Fronts and Double Pink Rears. Parma also sells the same compounds just under a different name. Their fronts are Cyans and the rears are Magenta.
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Its easy. Jaco Double Pink Orange Fronts and Double Pink Rears. Parma also sells the same compounds just under a different name. Their fronts are Cyans and the rears are Magenta.
Should we go with the 2-stage Jacos? That is all I have been using....on my TC cars.
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Old 05-25-2006, 12:26 AM   #1938
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2-stagers feel a little nicer when the traction builds up. They calm the car down and let it "float" a little better in the corner. I know a lot of the mod guys that run the single stagers because they are a little more aggressive. Just personal preference though.

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2-stagers feel a little nicer when the traction builds up. They calm the car down and let it "float" a little better in the corner. I know a lot of the mod guys that run the single stagers because they are a little more aggressive. Just personal preference though.

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You may not be Todd; but, that is a perfect explanation. Thanks kiddo!

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Old 05-25-2006, 08:12 AM   #1940
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Its easy. Jaco Double Pink Orange Fronts and Double Pink Rears. Parma also sells the same compounds just under a different name. Their fronts are Cyans and the rears are Magenta.
I THANK YOU.....
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Old 06-26-2006, 05:03 PM   #1941
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Todd- Where do you guys get those black body clips??? I looked on tower, horizon, and ebay and couldn't find anything.

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Todd's black body clip are dialed
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Old 06-26-2006, 06:38 PM   #1943
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Todd- Where do you guys get those black body clips??? I looked on tower, horizon, and ebay and couldn't find anything.

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Old 06-27-2006, 08:34 PM   #1944
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Todd- Where do you guys get those black body clips??? I looked on tower, horizon, and ebay and couldn't find anything.

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They are just Team Losi body clips that I have sent out and black oxided!
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They are just Team Losi body clips that I have sent out and black oxided!
I figured it was something special like that. I'll just get some of the racers edge ones. Thanks.
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Old 08-23-2006, 01:25 PM   #1946
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Hodge is surname number 509 in the USA.

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Old 08-23-2006, 01:51 PM   #1947
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Hodge is surname number 509 in the USA.

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Hartch, as a surname, does not exist in this database, because it is not among the top 55,000 most common names in the US.
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Hey Todd, are you running the Orion 3.5 brushless? If so, what would you gear it at Speedworld? I tried it today at the 9.2 "Large Track" recommendation in the box but it didn't seem right. Thanks, MO
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Hey Todd,

I wanted to congradulate You and Team Losi on the recent aqusistion of Alan Hewit to the team, Saw him race Ron Schorr's Carpet car on Sunday with very nice results. Can not see what he can do with a freash car and fresh pair of eyes....

Good kid and and great attatude, should bring great things to Team Losi...
I still remembering helping him setting up his first TC3 back in 2003 in a dusty ol parking lot.....Now the kid just lays a smack down.

Contragates, great choise.
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Hope the kanies are doing well...
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what do you run for your dual rate in your tc? im trying to work on getting my tc3 (yeah its old) setup close to "correct" for onroad
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