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Old 12-18-2005, 02:53 AM   #9631
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Ok, someone needs to post a link to where they see Todd as Tied for TQ. Cause the results that i see his best finish is a 7th.......where do you get the updated results?? If thats true Congrats. But from what i see its not true....
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Old 12-18-2005, 06:15 AM   #9632
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after 3 rds he had 2 wins and a 7th and has added a 3rd and 4th now I think.....
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Scotty Ernst as announcer those of you who never been to one of his announced races you are truly missing out on what announcing should be like
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Old 12-18-2005, 06:26 AM   #9634
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with 5 rds finished its Mark R in first, Jilles G in second, Martin H in third....Todd H is in sixth...and Billy E in 14th.....one round left.......
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Old 12-18-2005, 08:09 AM   #9635
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Here is a pic of my 90% completed JRX-S Touring Oval chassis. Let me know what you guys think.

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Old 12-18-2005, 08:27 AM   #9636
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I don't even like oval, but I have to admit that's pretty cool.
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Here is a pic of my 90% completed JRX-S Touring Oval chassis. Let me know what you guys think.

Options installed:
Xtreme Red CF Oval Chassis Kit
PRS Red Spur Gear Adapter
Losi Ti Ball Studs
Losi Sway Bars
Losi Ti Sway Bar Tie-rods
Losi CVD's (front)
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Old 12-18-2005, 10:01 AM   #9637
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Does any one know of someone that sells a thicker pan. Mine will not stay straight. I undid all the screws and tighten them up one a flat surface. I had the ride high set for 6mm on the front and rear yet it would not clear 5mm in the middle.
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a thicker chassis wont help you with that...u need to bore the pin holes and screw holes out a touch because the top deck is a bit off
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I was on a perfectly tight line and the wall JUMPED out in front of me!!!! Uh......urrr......Something like that! LOL

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Does any one know of someone that sells a thicker pan. Mine will not stay straight. I undid all the screws and tighten them up one a flat surface. I had the ride high set for 6mm on the front and rear yet it would not clear 5mm in the middle.
Take your motor mount loose and make sure that when you put the pin of the motor mount in the chassis it sits flush. Mine had some flashing around it and it would bow the chassis when you tightened the motor mount screws. Filed the pin around the base and its perfect now.

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I was on a perfectly tight line and the wall JUMPED out in front of me!!!! Uh......urrr......Something like that! LOL

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Hey Pooky,

Don't pay any attention to 2-bad, as he has trouble with other cars on the track......like driving them off the road!!!

As he would put it "it wasn't my fault, they were in the way or taking a slow line!"
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Need some advice on how to make the car transistion faster (from left to right and vice versa).

I am using the Josh Numan setup and race on an outdoor, concrete track that varies in elevation (downhill and uphill side - where all the corners are) using rubbers (sorex 36 with xenon black inserts).

I need to be able to change direction better in the left right left right corners going uphill. It seems to understeer during that part of the track, or not seem to be able to carry any corner speed through that section (compared with the local fast guys).

They (local fast guys) have suggested that I try putting sway bars on the car, but since the track is extremely bumpy and has varying elevations I am a bit reluctant to use them. Any ideas or suggestions??? As our racing season is now over, and I'm on holidays for 6 weeks - plenty of testing time.

Please help anyone......Todd, Josh, Steve, and even Pooky???

Thanks in advance.
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Need some advice on how to make the car transistion faster (from left to right and vice versa).

I am using the Josh Numan setup and race on an outdoor, concrete track that varies in elevation (downhill and uphill side - where all the corners are) using rubbers (sorex 36 with xenon black inserts).

I need to be able to change direction better in the left right left right corners going uphill. It seems to understeer during that part of the track, or not seem to be able to carry any corner speed through that section (compared with the local fast guys).

They (local fast guys) have suggested that I try putting sway bars on the car, but since the track is extremely bumpy and has varying elevations I am a bit reluctant to use them. Any ideas or suggestions??? As our racing season is now over, and I'm on holidays for 6 weeks - plenty of testing time.

Please help anyone......Todd, Josh, Steve, and even Pooky???

Thanks in advance.

Are you running the exact Numan setup?

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