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Old 11-19-2005, 09:50 AM   #9106
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Yea--I'm making a CF conversion for the XXXS. I've heard on here that I could sell atleast 1 of them! LOL It will be a double decker chassis with 5thscaler laser cutting the lower chassis while I hack out by hand the upper deck! Since some of my holes will not line up well, the upper holes will be slotted. We have dubed it the XXXS F+!

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Old 11-19-2005, 06:49 PM   #9108
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A few guys have asked so here ya'll go. Click the spring for a link to Horizon.

TEAM LOSI JRX-S Spring Chart

10.5lb spring

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Old 11-19-2005, 07:05 PM   #9109
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Yea--I'm making a CF conversion for the XXXS. I've heard on here that I could sell atleast 1 of them! LOL It will be a double decker chassis with 5thscaler laser cutting the lower chassis while I hack out by hand the upper deck! Since some of my holes will not line up well, the upper holes will be slotted. We have dubed it the XXXS F+!

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Ok i have a serious question for you guys...

what are alternative tires to Sorex 36R. the Sorex tires work but there has got to be one that offers a better life and a tad bit more predictable handling. After racing with any of the sorex line tires i have foudn them to be Great after 6 runs after that it gets too gummy and unpredictable. I am forced to use them for 1 race day and store them. I have tons of practice tires but they do me no good.

So let me see what you guys have to say about alternative tires to the 36R.

Thanks for the help guys!!!
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Old 11-19-2005, 09:18 PM   #9111
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I have been very impressed with the RP 30's and the RP 36's. 6 runs at my track and it don't matter what brand they are--They R Done!!!! Try the RP's, you may be impressed. Hope this helps

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BTW--Get to lasering that lower chassis mister! LMAO

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Old 11-19-2005, 10:48 PM   #9113
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Uh......................2 weeks? hehehehehe [email protected]!!! BAAAHAAA!!!!!! Badda Bing!!!

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Old 11-20-2005, 12:18 AM   #9114
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I have been very impressed with the RP 30's and the RP 36's. 6 runs at my track and it don't matter what brand they are--They R Done!!!! Try the RP's, you may be impressed. Hope this helps

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BTW--Get to lasering that lower chassis mister! LMAO

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Old 11-20-2005, 12:20 AM   #9115
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I was in a user group session earlier this month for a software product I work on so I can afford to race. The newest release of the software was late and I almost broke out laughing when they said it should be released in two weeks.
software product huh... you sure your not writing the CAD program for losi to CNC more alloy parts?? ahem... Mr. Two Weeks!
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Old 11-20-2005, 12:24 AM   #9116
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I dont know if many of you guys have tried it, but the Steve Weiss setup is really good, I think it's posted on page 48 of the Evicerator thread. I used it today with a 1 way and a few small modifications and it was awesome.
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I dont know if many of you guys have tried it, but the Steve Weiss setup is really good, I think it's posted on page 48 of the Evicerator thread. I used it today with a 1 way and a few small modifications and it was awesome.
Do you hate a spool that bad?? LOL Were you running at SoCal today? How does a spool set-up work at SoCal? Later man

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B-Main Motorsports takes 1-2-3!!!! JRXS #1--FK04 #2--XXXSG+ #3

Special thanks goes to EA Motorsports and to you guys here and Gearhead for JRXS.com. Great year outdoors and hope to do the same on the rug.

CRAP!!! Just realized my new body in the pic didn't have my Cool Guy JRXS number stickers. Oh....and no hair jokes either! I'm 2 weeks overdue for a cut!

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Do you hate a spool that bad?? LOL Were you running at SoCal today? How does a spool set-up work at SoCal? Later man

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A spool gets around the track really well, but I do think the 1-way has a slight advantage on most the layouts. I mostly always run the double 1-way setup when I do chose to go that route.
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Old 11-20-2005, 07:19 AM   #9120
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Well just got my brackets from 5thscale' (THANX). Now do I have to cut down the shock ends? Looks like I should but dunno... If so how much should I take off?
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