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Old 04-24-2007, 08:13 AM   #1951
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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
I think at Ripon I was geared 10.64. I would think at SW you may want to be in the 11.0 range.
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Old 04-24-2007, 08:14 AM   #1952
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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.

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I could not agree anymore. I have watched Alan come up through the years and he has the passion to be a great racer. Hopefully we can help him get there.
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Old 04-24-2007, 08:15 AM   #1953
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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

I run my dual rate maxed out all the time and never reduce it. I will setup the car around full steering throw.
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Todd, check your mail...you got one waiting I'd like your attention on
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Hey guys,a few racers have been asking about where to print off the Sedan Challenge entry form. Well here ya go.

http://www.htufrederickmd.com/2007_..._entry_form.pdf
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I think at Ripon I was geared 10.64. I would think at SW you may want to be in the 11.0 range.
Hi Todd,
did you increase the timing of the BL motor how come you have to used ratio of 10.64 in medium small size track? thanks
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What's the truth: moving the shocks in/out on the shock tower affects increases or decreases grip/traction or it doesnt? Is it true that moving the shocks in/out on the towers only really helps with steeringby making shock react faster/slower?
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Old 04-27-2007, 08:40 AM   #1958
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hi Todd,

just wanted to thank you for the parts you sent over through Scotty... the type R is one sweet ride!!!
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