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Old 09-09-2004, 02:59 PM   #16
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Mr.Hoddap....


do you.....YAYOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

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Old 09-09-2004, 03:53 PM   #17
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Tornado Racing - I am using the 64 pitch PRS spur gears and pinions. The quality is amazing. I have been using the same one for the last two months and it is just now starting to show wear. Best I have ever tried.

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greg would anything inprove on my tc3 if i switched to 64 pitch, i'm planing on getting a set of gears for my new 12t and i was wondering if i should change pitch or not?
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Old 09-09-2004, 03:59 PM   #18
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Greg,

What mod motor do you run at SoCal raceway?
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Old 09-09-2004, 04:16 PM   #19
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Hey Greg, had any good peanuts lately??
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Old 09-09-2004, 04:23 PM   #20
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Greg likes gummies.
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Old 09-09-2004, 06:00 PM   #21
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Jeff Brown - 1) I will be starting with a one way at the worlds due to all of the fast sweeping turns. 2) I went to 30wt so I could adjust my damping and not have it become to thick like is does if you close even one hole with 40 wt. 3) I have been running and will run the thick top plate with the standard chassis.

Wild Cherry - It's just the best motor out there dude. ENJOY!

Evicerator - Dunno.

Martin Sorlie - Yep! I happen to know that he was the greatest driver to ever walk the earth. Any layman will look at Schumachers records and think, oh! He is the best! If they would study the history of F1, they would then see the light. GET STUDYING!

TEAMBUTTER - Whasssuuuppp Homie! Oh man! Who started this thread. LOL....YAYOOOOOOO!!!!!!

kh15 - You may gain a little efficiency with the 64 pitch that could only be measured by some very expensive dyno. What really is the benefit of 64 pitch is being able to fine tune your final drive ratios. If you have a couple of different size spurs it makes finding the sweet spot a little easier.

Qwiglee - I run a Peak Vantage 7x1 with a final drive ratio of 9.88 with 20 degrees of timing and Enduro Flat Side Brushes.

Mo - What up DUDE! How are things going? I haven't had any Peanuts that even come close to comparing to the ones that night at the Bait Shack.

SirSpeedy - I sure do! The red ones are my favorites.

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Old 09-09-2004, 06:10 PM   #22
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Hebiki - No problem, it was my pleasure. Let me know when the video is complete. As you probably know, I can't wait to see it!
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Old 09-09-2004, 06:16 PM   #23
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hey greg was wondering if u have a link for a setup at socal...running stock and what gearing should i be using

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Old 09-09-2004, 06:33 PM   #24
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hey greg can i e-mail you some pic of my race track and can you give me a set-up for a xxxs to start with
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Greg,

Do you have any pictures of your T1FK you can post? I am specifically interested in the way you mounted the cooling fan on the chassis.
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Hey Greg,

If you are looking for some interesting reading on Senna..check out "The life of Senna"by Tom Rubython...700pages and it a great read so far...I am about half way into it.

I also have a general tire question with regards to rubber tires.

Could you provide a brief description of when and why you would change inserts for a given tire...example med to a hard or a thick to a thin insert.

Thanks for your time.

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Sorry Greg i dont think this was such a good idea.

Any reasons for the enduro brushes over sprints??
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i have been using my fk for some months now and i kinda noticed that i cant use my reguar sorex 40 tires. its like the car likes sorex 36 and maybe 32's why is it so? is it cause the car is light? or cause the car slides less while cornering? or cause it has more roll in it?

locally the tire of choice is the sorex 40's cause its kinda hot here in the tropics.
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Old 09-14-2004, 05:45 PM   #29
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i am new to onroad and i just got a t1 factory team and was wondering if you could help i am going to be running up at socal and i am in need of a set up or maybe just some basic info like what wt. oil, springs, droop, ride hight, wheels, tires,and inserts do i need for this track i am not new to rc cars i do race offroad alot so i somewhat understand setup if you can help it would be greatly appriceated
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with eveyone switching sponsors do you still run for BN RACING???

I thought there were some legal issues surrounding BN racing???
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