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Old 07-23-2004, 07:35 PM   #16
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i know i need track time looking for peoples opinions
got $150 to spend and think ill get a stock motor a set of cs 27 and threded shocks
get new tires and threaded shocks, that money well spent. for motor the team1 binary stk motor is a bad jonny for trackside, im pulling well over 30,000rpm on a good day and 29,000 on a bad day. other then that save your money for parts and tires and batterirs,motor,bodies ect....

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oh ya and it you need help and steve isnt there dont be afraid to talk to me or josh r, he usally pits right next to me..
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Old 07-23-2004, 07:38 PM   #17
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cool thanks epic quad mag stock?
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Old 07-23-2004, 07:40 PM   #18
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umm, the quad magnet motor is like the reedy 19t, the binary is a two magnet motor, i think but dont quote me on it tho....
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Old 07-23-2004, 07:44 PM   #19
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ok
i found to of them
the assian which has 2 magnets
and the other one has 4
i might be wrong just what i read on tower!
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get the bmi, dispite what he says its a very good upgrade. Well worth the $110, and you can still get the new motor.
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cool thanks epic quad mag stock?
The original binary stock was a 4 mag motor, the new binary stock is a 2 mag motor and meats all ROAR spec's.
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Old 07-23-2004, 07:54 PM   #22
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I would highly recommend getting the BMI chassis. It is well worth the $110. It makes the car easier to drive and more consistent. Plus it looks really cool! Jason is a top-notch guy and will go 110% for all his customers. You will definitely be satisfied getting a BMI TC3 chassis for your car.
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Old 07-23-2004, 08:43 PM   #23
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as everyone else has said .. the BMI tc3 chassis is a very well thought out replacement for the stock tub.. Its designed to enhance the drivability of the car as well as make it easier to drive and set-up for track conditions .. Ive been running them for the past year and can only say .. Its the best tc3 conversion on the market today.. I now Run a BMI X-RAY and cant give jason enough props on the quality, driveability and attention to detail he puts in to all of his products ... YES it is better than the stock tub...
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Old 07-23-2004, 09:04 PM   #24
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Im not saying the bmi tc3 is bad, im soon to be getting a bmi xray .350 chassis from jason, im just saying this kid doesnt need a after market chassis his money would be well spent getting threaded shock or new tires then a new chassis that would make him any fast at his present time, im not killing a sale for bmi im just helping the kid concentrate on driving and not worring about how to seal a CF chassis. so you can say what you want about me but if you where to race at trackside you would say basicly the same thing, and for a team driver like brian mcgreevy(sorry to put you on the spot buddy) to say that the chassis will do this and that and for a driver that just started racing and can barley drive this tc3 he has is basicly saying waste your money on something that will do you no good...... jason, sorry but i think you would understand


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Old 07-23-2004, 10:08 PM   #25
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At the risk of offending some people.... save your money for tires and battery's. Unless your running with Brad Johnson (who runs a slightly modded stock chassis) and the other fast guys at Trackside, fresh tires, a lot of practice and working on your setups will help you more than a aftermarket chassis.... my 2 cents

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Old 07-24-2004, 06:36 AM   #26
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i think right now tires motor threaded shocks are what im buying on tuesaday i do agree abuot me needing lots of track time
i was just thinking that this chassie would make the car easier to drive!
thanks
and about barely drive it i can drive fine until race time then little shit with the car goes wrong
im not saying im the best but to say i cant barley drive it i can make it around the track with out hitting any thing going desently fast i still need practice But saying i can barley drive it?

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geez george,its nice that you blame your own incompetance on the chassis kit.you obviously have not got a clue of what you are talking about.you seem to be a very disturbed person.honestly,all you have said has been based on your own stubborn oppinion and without any engineering backround i find it funny that you can figure surface load for the standoffs.i dont know if anything could please a person like you.i am sorry that i ever did business with you and i should have realized by the way you presented yourself from your email that you were just a sour person with your only purpose in life was to make people miserable.please send the chassis back for a full refund so i dont have to here your complaints anymore.its funny that you are the first guy with these so called problems.

back to the question,i would practice with the stock chassis and get use to the car before spending extra money on a chassis kit buddy.get used to the car,buy the threaded shocks and then get used to all of the cars tuning options.after you have gotten to the point of being able to feel the changes in the car,then its time to upgrade the chassis.this way you will be able to see if it improves your driving style.hope this helps buddy
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im thinking im just going to stick with a stock graphite one and get it milled
thanks for your input
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Buy a Pro4, then when you get better get a BMI chassis for it!
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