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Old 11-10-2005, 09:41 AM   #4156
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I think the speed of the car really spoke for itself.

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The transitioning speed is what really speaks. LOL
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Old 11-10-2005, 01:03 PM   #4157
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Have you tried out your modifications yet? Going to Spokane this weekend?

I wish I could go, my car is super dialed on rubber tires.

Yeah - I'd say that Brad's car was dialed . . . . Now if Bucky starts put down the low lap times I'll know it's the car !!!!
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Old 11-10-2005, 01:58 PM   #4158
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One thing I do need want to improve is the weight of the car. Full carpet spec with 4mm chassis, running Atlas 19T and 3800, I'm 2.4 oz over... would be nice if I can get it under 50oz.

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Old 11-10-2005, 03:01 PM   #4159
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that was hella kewl of Aaron to come by just to set my car up
Jav: Yeah, Aaron is very supportive and kewl. He cares about alot of people and he only wants the best for all racers alike. We need more racers like him at the track setting good examples to younger and older generations.
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Old 11-10-2005, 03:42 PM   #4160
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You liked my car last night, so I think you will be next to buy one after you get home from a LONG trip east of the mountains.
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Old 11-10-2005, 03:47 PM   #4161
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Wait, Bucky got one too????? Dood... this is cool. Finally people are getting the car around here HAHAHAHA.

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Old 11-10-2005, 03:52 PM   #4162
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so what benefits will a losi diff gear do to the car other than being smoother than stock corally diff gears ? just wondering. Thanks guys.
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Old 11-10-2005, 04:06 PM   #4163
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I think the idea is you can overdrive or underdrive the front end. Overdirve makes the front spin faster than the rear, alot like running aightly bigger tires in the front. What this effectivly does is make the front end pull the car around the corner. It gives an increase in steering just abotu everywhere.

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Old 11-10-2005, 04:08 PM   #4164
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I think the idea is you can overdrive or underdrive the front end. Overdirve makes the front spin faster than the rear, alot like running aightly bigger tires in the front. What this effectivly does is make the front end pull the car around the corner. It gives an increase in steering just abotu everywhere.

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Also the Losi pulleys were lighter in comparison to the white RDX pulleys. Another thing about it is $7.50 for all 3 Losi pulleys and $10 for 12 carbide balls. I did it because I want to try overdrive, just to see what it does to the car.

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I did, it's not hard to pick up on it when you say losi pulleys since I had one before. They are also very similar in size to a RDX pulley visually.
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any steering we can get on that tight R/C plus track will help!
At least I'm hoping it will just be this cure all and I will be driving like a pro with an over-drive car ( Man its my pipe dream, dont ruin it)
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I did, it's not hard to pick up on it when you say losi pulleys since I had one before. They are also very similar in size to a RDX pulley visually.
It sure is...

You showing up to Spokane, sushi?

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Nope...... I got slammed with tons of school work. Gotta keep my grades up....
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Old 11-10-2005, 04:23 PM   #4169
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any steering we can get on that tight R/C plus track will help!
At least I'm hoping it will just be this cure all and I will be driving like a pro with an over-drive car ( Man its my pipe dream, dont ruin it)
Hey dude, you picked the right car to start, that's already a good start! Aren't you glad I talked you out of that FT TC4? You would still be in the B-main!!!

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You liked my car last night, so I think you will be next to buy one after you get home from a LONG trip east of the mountains.
I don't know - I might wait until Pezz buys one and then sells it . . . In about three weeks - lol !!!!
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