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Old 10-12-2005, 12:35 AM   #8251
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by the way any news on that atlas motor? could with with it at the weekend if you know what i mean
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Try reading the manual it tells you eveything in there
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atlas won`t like it indoors by the way
c2 or reedy quad
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2) The car came up aroung 80 grams light. not to sure where to place the weigts?
keep the wieghts on the lower deck, keeps the cg low. i put mine in the gap between the up travel stops, you also probabaly can sneak some in on the empty spots in the front of the chassis (where the servo lead is, and on the other side, )
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Old 10-12-2005, 09:00 AM   #8253
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Am planning on running my JRXS on carpet for the first time. With several adjustments over the summer, I ended the outdoor asphalt season pretty happy with my set-up.

Can someone help me with an old man set-up for carpet, something not too aggressive.


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Old 10-12-2005, 09:11 AM   #8254
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Am planning on running my JRXS on carpet for the first time. With several adjustments over the summer, I ended the outdoor asphalt season pretty happy with my set-up.

Can someone help me with an old man set-up for carpet, something not too aggressive.


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Old 10-12-2005, 10:42 AM   #8255
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Old 10-12-2005, 11:01 AM   #8256
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Am planning on running my JRXS on carpet for the first time. With several adjustments over the summer, I ended the outdoor asphalt season pretty happy with my set-up.

Can someone help me with an old man set-up for carpet, something not too aggressive.


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Hey old man looking forward to racing with your guys this winter season..saw your post
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Old 10-12-2005, 12:33 PM   #8257
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Hey Carl,

Nice to have you back. Look forward to seeing you out at S/S.

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Old 10-12-2005, 01:06 PM   #8258
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John, why in the world didn't you ask me for a setup?

I have the car figured out at ssh big time, its sooo fast!

I have a toned down "old person" as you say variation you would like.

Carl, can't wait to race with ya again.
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Old 10-12-2005, 05:28 PM   #8259
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hey rob it sux i cant get down to the race the 15th
mayb i can get down next week, but unless i catch a horeshoe up my @$$ i wont be able to get down
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Old 10-12-2005, 09:33 PM   #8260
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John, why in the world didn't you ask me for a setup?

I have the car figured out at ssh big time, its sooo fast!

I have a toned down "old person" as you say variation you would like.

Carl, can't wait to race with ya again.
Could you maybe hook me up with a setup possible. Your car was pretty dialed looking at asphalt race in Frederick.Other than Craig X your Losi was damn fast in stock. I'm considering getting one to run some asphalt with most of the time and a little carpet this winter.
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I ran at Frederick back in Sept and with Craigs's help I got the car working pretty good. I had the car working by the third Q, but after a brush with the board/flapper a ball end popped off, I was done.

For carpet, I found Paul C's setup to be a good starting point. I have the link in my sig.
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Old 10-13-2005, 06:17 AM   #8262
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Mike,

Thanks for the offer. So how about sending me the toned down old farts version. Maybe I can get my car set-up for Sunday.

Look forward to seeing you Sunday.

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I ran at Frederick back in Sept and with Craigs's help I got the car working pretty good. I had the car working by the third Q, but after a brush with the board/flapper a ball end popped off, I was done.

For carpet, I found Paul C's setup to be a good starting point. I have the link in my sig.
Thanks. I will look into that. I didn't pull the trigger yet as I read so many mixed opinions. I really like the battery down the center of the car though for me. Its this or a FT TC4 as both I can get parts easily for and my local shops can get them.
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wyd and Johnny T, you guys got pm's Good luck.
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Well, well, well. I havent driven my Losi JRXS in a few weeks. Working with Blystone and Ciccarello-they got my JRXS flying in stock. The fastest lap of the night was a 13.2 and I did that with my RDX and then did it with the JRXS.

I cannot believe (well I can) how completely different these two top of the line tourers handle. Same laptimes dwon the board, but they drive completely different. Fun!!
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