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Old 08-16-2004, 02:58 PM
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So what TC you had?

Why you stopped racing?

Where is your TC now?


TC3.

Track closed.

At home, in pieces.

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Old 08-16-2004, 03:04 PM
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you won every time yet you dont know about cutting the com? you had to have your hobby shop do it? you cant direct solder, you use a futuba am radio with no adjustment. You must have raced some shitty ass people!
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Old 08-16-2004, 03:06 PM
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No, those people could probably beat you.

Also, it doesn't matter what you have, it's how good you drive.
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Old 08-16-2004, 03:07 PM
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Going down hill will allow an electric car to travel faster than it would on level ground. An electric motor has its greatest torque at the very bottom of its RPM range. An electric motor will never see its peak RPM in a loaded state for this reason. If you reduce the load (ie gravity pulling the car down a hill) the motor will be able to reach a higher RPM. You cannot use the maximum RPM of an unloaded electirc motor in your calculations for maximum speed in a vehicle, it simply doesn't have the torque to move the load at the higher RPMs.
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Old 08-16-2004, 03:11 PM
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Originally posted by Jack Smash
Going down hill will allow an electric car to travel faster than it would on level ground. An electric motor has its greatest torque at the very bottom of its RPM range. An electric motor will never see its peak RPM in a loaded state for this reason. If you reduce the load (ie gravity pulling the car down a hill) the motor will be able to reach a higher RPM. You cannot use the maximum RPM of an unloaded electirc motor in your calculations for maximum speed in a vehicle, it simply doesn't have the torque to move the load at the higher RPMs.
Ok, my micro will go faster then. Too bad for you guys.
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how about you SHUT THE FACE AND PROVE IT! up untill now you have proven nothing
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Old 08-16-2004, 03:14 PM
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Uh, sure mr. impatient. Wow, you've figured out that I haven't proved it yet? All by yourself?
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Old 08-16-2004, 04:33 PM
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Originally posted by Jack Smash
Going down hill will allow an electric car to travel faster than it would on level ground. An electric motor has its greatest torque at the very bottom of its RPM range. An electric motor will never see its peak RPM in a loaded state for this reason. If you reduce the load (ie gravity pulling the car down a hill) the motor will be able to reach a higher RPM. You cannot use the maximum RPM of an unloaded electirc motor in your calculations for maximum speed in a vehicle, it simply doesn't have the torque to move the load at the higher RPMs.
So AJG is gonna achieve 80 mph by going DOWNHILL? So, that makes him a cheater as well as a liar.
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Old 08-16-2004, 04:37 PM
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he isnt gonna make it to 80, not him. maybe some1 else
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Old 08-16-2004, 04:41 PM
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Originally posted by GundamWZero
So, that makes him a cheater as well as a liar.
Man, you guys are so lame. You know nothing about going fast, nothing!

Also, GundamWzero, your the liar.
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Old 08-16-2004, 04:43 PM
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Originally posted by dracy69
he isnt gonna make it to 80, not him. maybe some1 else
No one else has a micro with so much power.
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Old 08-16-2004, 04:55 PM
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Originally posted by ajg
You can't know its limitations without one, just like I don't know the limitations of your heli. Also, how is the car too small? And everything covers the same distance at 70mph. As for the motor, it has no problem moving the car, and when you add more weight with more cells, you get more volts too, so it's faster. Also, how are rc dragsters hitting 80+ mph in 132 feet. You don't need a velodrome!!!! Also, DaNieL_KuO, I'm not 15 years old.
Ok 16 years old then.....

Not impressed little man, not impressed....

Now, please go to bed, it's passed your bedtime.....
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Old 08-16-2004, 04:59 PM
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Originally posted by Nova F1 Racer
Ok 16 years old then.....

Not impressed little man, not impressed....

Now, please go to bed, it's passed your bedtime.....
Your not too impressive either. And I don't have a bedtime.

Also, your not rctech member #11, like you say in your sig.
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Originally posted by ajg
Your not too impressive either. And I don't have a bedtime.

Also, your not rctech member #11, like you say in your sig.
Dam, that looks like an 11 to me.......
And I'm arguing with a 16 year-old kid....
And please start staying awake during your English class, you might need it later in life....
And change your sig from garage to toybox little man.

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Oh, 11th in posts, I think. Sorry.

Why change it to toybox? Is it because they're nicer than your cars in your "toybox"?
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