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Old 02-01-2005, 10:25 AM   #8851
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Old 02-02-2005, 05:27 AM   #8852
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Hi all..back again

while back i had 2 Mi1's..one CF, one S1..

i sold both (mistake..bad one at that)

now ive just bought a Mi1 S1..
and a GM V4 esc....what Radio gear and batteries do you goes recomend for stock racing??..and a good stock motor too..i dont need something very "computerised"..just a Futaba 2PL..or something...

any help will be great
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Old 02-02-2005, 08:41 AM   #8853
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Hi Adrian just wanted to see if you fixed that twelve scale yet! I am hoping for you to come out and play at the next state race punk!

It was alot of fun bro. your car looked good till the t-plate decided to self distruct!

Seriously you think you will make the next one?
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Old 02-02-2005, 09:40 AM   #8854
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Hi all..back again

while back i had 2 Mi1's..one CF, one S1..

i sold both (mistake..bad one at that)

now ive just bought a Mi1 S1..
and a GM V4 esc....what Radio gear and batteries do you goes recomend for stock racing??..and a good stock motor too..i dont need something very "computerised"..just a Futaba 2PL..or something...

any help will be great
the jrx3 radio will work or futaba will be good too. Batteries 3300 gp's anything from 1.15 and up will work for stock. Motors any roar legal stock like a monster stock or orion stock
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Old 02-02-2005, 10:09 PM   #8855
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XL - I'd like to but probably not. I stay pretty local.

The 1/12th is back! I ran it last weekend. A T-Bar is no big deal to fix...lol!
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I was hoping you came out next race it would have been fun. Would be nice to have you chasing me! JK I was just wanting for the class to grow.
You did well you earned some respect!
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Old 02-03-2005, 03:41 AM   #8857
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Hi guys,
Can anyone tell me where I can get setup sheets for Schumacher SST 2000(Sport).
I cannot find sheets anywhere, Schumacher should have it on their website, but it is not there.

plz comment.
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Old 02-03-2005, 09:10 AM   #8858
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The SST2000 is a 8 or 9 year old car. They usually don't list setup sheets from that long ago. However any setup from the SST 98, 99, Axis and Axis2 will work as the suspension was the same. I would suggest getting some Axis 2 shock towers as they have some better shock locations and let you use more modern setups.
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anyone here who has a good spool set-up that i can compare mine to? sir paul wynn, teemu leino? hope anybody can help me out

adrian: i copied your avatar... hope thats fine with you
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rbboy, you can find many of the setups on www.gearchart.com or on my site, www.mo-net.ws
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rbboy- give me your Email addy and I'll send you a Excell spreadsheet with a good spool setup for outdoor asphalt.
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Got my Mi2 yesterday. Started taking it apart to replace the torx screws with Ti screws, and I learned an important lesson. Torx sucks. Literally broke a torx driver trying to take a screw out of one of the bulkheads. Looks like this screw may have fused in the bulkhead, as it's WAY hard to loosen.

Does anyone know... do I need to use some anti-seize compound on my Ti screws before putting them into the bulkheads?

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I don't have the Torx screws but I do have Ti screws in the upper deck and they're fine without any anti-seize.
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Old 02-03-2005, 12:39 PM   #8864
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anyone here who has a good spool set-up that i can compare mine to? sir paul wynn, teemu leino? hope anybody can help me out

I saw Teemu droven with foams and spool last weekend our clubtrack and that was awsome

Sorry i can`t help you out with that set-up, because it`s secret
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Got Ti on my car, no problems. Just dont go cranking on them like superman lol
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