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Old 01-22-2004, 02:03 PM   #1
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Hi i am looking for an est of roll out with stock motors for a 36x80 track open track and what to use for a tight track?
my car is a yokomo sd but most of the roll out is based on the motors i assume ,
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okay, off the subject, but how do you like the BS2 on a tight track, compared to a monster? Bought one a month ago, but i decided to race mod for my lhs's season. I'll be running it at more of an opener track in a few months, but i want to run it in more than one track, get my idea.
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The bs2 is fast. i didnt like it on the tight track that i got to drive it on. i think it will be great once i get to run on a open style track. i am just not sure what people are using for roll out on these motors and the others that why i want to find out so i can really test out and see if i like the bs2
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Hi i am looking for an est of roll out with stock motors for a 36x80 track open track and what to use for a tight track?
my car is a yokomo sd but most of the roll out is based on the motors i assume ,
the motors i use are

monster stock
binary 2
p2k gold can
I also run an SD with a monster and use 23 pinion w/ stock 70 spur.
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What sized tires and what type of track?
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on a tight track.... between .8 and .9 rollout... depends on how tight and how long the straight is. I generally start out with a high .8 on a tight track and adj for lap best lap times.
Pro3racer... at Road Rage I run a mid to high .9 rollout depending on track layout
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i was wondering, on the rollout chart, do you use the metric or inches for tire size. I remember last time i tryed to get rollout, i got like a 30 something.
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