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Old 01-31-2004, 07:30 PM
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by RL Junior
[B]Oh ya XXX-S Bill, I guess I didnt think about the different rules.. our club runs strictly foam tires on carpet. We find them a lot easier to get hooked up, and faster, and they have so much more steering.

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Looks like I need to go to Canada some day to see how you guys go at it on foams.

Hmmmmm...Europe or Canada??? Well, maybe some day...
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Old 01-31-2004, 08:44 PM
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As you can tell there are different ways to adjust to get the results you need. IMO use your speedos torque control or in the newer models that have presets use the one for mod moters .Throttle response is smoother than a stock setting. radios that have throttle expo will also slow down the speed that your speedo goes from neutral to full . So what kind of radio and speedo do you have???That way we can tell what you can do with you equipment .
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