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Old 03-17-2004, 09:28 AM
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More like 50-200%

You wouldn't belive the markup on some regular items...
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Old 03-17-2004, 09:32 AM
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Hmmmm.... I havent run a S. diode in years... I cant tell the difference with or without... but my new GT7 came with the board attached so I do run that now...
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ottoman: Put one on for the RR, you will feel the difference, it's soo smooth. Second thing: If you know anything about the losi's, what is the difference in seteup from trackside to road rage? I'm thinking just to lay the shocks down more.
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Old 03-17-2004, 10:38 AM
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sounds like I should add them. if i wanted to buy them at raido shack, what is the part # or description of the diods? thanks!
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Originally posted by pro3racer
ottoman: Put one on for the RR, you will feel the difference, it's soo smooth. Second thing: If you know anything about the losi's, what is the difference in seteup from trackside to road rage? I'm thinking just to lay the shocks down more.
If you reread my post I said I have tried WITH and WITHOUT the diode and I cant tell any difference... in feel or lap times nor have I had any problems with my speed controls (Novak)
Set ups are about the same... depends on the traction and track layout...

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Old 03-17-2004, 10:55 AM
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The main job of the diode is to protect the speedcontrol from getting damaged during braking. Thats why you can not use one on a speed control that has reverse it keeps the current flowing in one direction. With a touring car that doesnt use much brake its probably not as crucial compared to other classes that might require alot of braking.
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Old 03-17-2004, 12:26 PM
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Originally posted by PitCrew
More like 50-200%

You wouldn't belive the markup on some regular items...
yeah you are right....i mean i have seen people selling body pins for like 1.25 a piece....i get 100 for under 3.00!!!

also while we are the motor subject what size is the motor bolt in screws 4-40?
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Originally posted by Brandon R
yeah you are right....i mean i have seen people selling body pins for like 1.25 a piece....i get 100 for under 3.00!!!

where? TELL ME! I lose Body pins Approx: 6-10 every race
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Originally posted by Brandon R
also while we are the motor subject what size is the motor bolt in screws 4-40?
Motor screws are 3mm
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ottoman is right on the diode...ive tried with and without it and i didnt notice a difference with my sedan or Associated B4.....i never use brakes either...even in mod sedan....i do burp the brake on off-road however every once in awhile when i have to make that pass on the inside of a corner
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Old 03-17-2004, 07:23 PM
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I get all of my small stuff like screws and pins and tubing from a place called small parts in florida. The have all of the screws to make a chassis all stainless if needed and can also to titanium or aluminum for little extra. smallparts.com and order a catalog its got ALOT of good stuff in it
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