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Old 09-20-2011, 04:12 AM
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Congrats to Chicky for a great showing @ THE GATE!
If you have time post your setup, might be interesting for some guys here in europe too.
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Old 10-03-2011, 08:34 AM
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Default OP12C 17.5 Boosted Stock Setup

Here is my setup from the Hurricane series this past weekend. My car was fast and corner speed was very quick (See attachment from Main). In the main I had a fast car but had back luck with dead car in a turn that ended my day. Oh well, we showed the car is good in both Mod and Stock.


Motor:
Thunder Power 17.5 with 1cell rotor
2.60 Roll-Out
20 Degree Motor timing

Tekin:
46 Boost
7 Turbo
Start RPM 781
End RPM 7500

Setup:
Front:
20 Associated springs
.5 Camber
Castor (Small shim in front)
3.5mm Ride Height
Turn Buckles flat and height on spindle and servo saver are equal
10,000 lube on kingpins
Parma Magenta 1.56
167mm Width (Measured at front axle height)

Middle:
Blue Associated Center Spring
Blue Associated Side Springs pre-loaded with 1 turn
Kyosho 15,000 lube on tubes
3.7mm Ride Height

Back:
3.7mm Ride Height
Parma Magenta 1.66
Rear shock spacer 2.5mm under shock mount
172mm Width

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Indianapolis, IN USA
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Old 10-03-2011, 09:34 AM
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Originally Posted by sdunnmcp View Post
Here is my setup from the Hurricane series this past weekend. My car was fast and corner speed was very quick (See attachment from Main). In the main I had a fast car but had back luck with dead car in a turn that ended my day. Oh well, we showed the car is good in both Mod and Stock.


Motor:
Thunder Power 17.5 with 1cell rotor
2.60 Roll-Out
20 Degree Motor timing

Tekin:
46 Boost
7 Turbo
Start RPM 781
End RPM 7500

Setup:
Front:
20 Associated springs
.5 Camber
Castor (Small shim in front)
3.5mm Ride Height
Turn Buckles flat and height on spindle and servo saver are equal
10,000 lube on kingpins
Parma Magenta 1.56
167mm Width (Measured at front axle height)

Middle:
Blue Associated Center Spring
Blue Associated Side Springs pre-loaded with 1 turn
Kyosho 15,000 lube on tubes
3.7mm Ride Height

Back:
3.7mm Ride Height
Parma Magenta 1.66
Rear shock spacer 2.5mm under shock mount
172mm Width

Steve Dunn
Indianapolis, IN USA
Wow that's awesome Steve!! By looking at the lap times I'd say it looked like you were cheating! Maybe its safe to say this car is like cheating!!!
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Old 10-10-2011, 09:24 PM
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What rear axle is everybody running? And also its pretty hard to put a car together with out a parts list of extras that you will need to complete the car or a sheet of instructions. For $200 you would think they would include those
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Old 10-10-2011, 09:37 PM
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IRS 2132

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Old 10-10-2011, 10:32 PM
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Originally Posted by CorallyBQuiK View Post
What rear axle is everybody running? And also its pretty hard to put a car together with out a parts list of extras that you will need to complete the car or a sheet of instructions. For $200 you would think they would include those
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Originally Posted by chicky03 View Post
Here is a list of parts you will need to complete the kit. If you have had a 12th scale before you might have some or most of it already.

1. Complete 12th rear axle and diff. Recommended IRS2132BK or IRS2136 for CRC and Xceed tires.
2. 12th center shock, AE, Hotbodies, IRS, CRC, Silva
3. ASC6274 ball cups, for damper tubes, steering and shock
4. Ride height adjusters Recommended IRS1167
5. 3mm flat head screws 3x6
6. Servo mounts
7. ASC31284 for top of shock and 1mm shim under ball stud.
8. ASC4635 side links and football
9. ASC4637 link pivot balls (5)
10. Body mounts
11. ASC4686 R5 front end or just plastic parts and camber turnbuckles
12. ACS31280 Short ball stud for bottom center shock mount, and servo saver
13. turnbuckles for steering
14. 3mm low profile nuts
15. Kimbrough Medium servo saver


The turnbuckles and body post in the picture are from Serpent. The tubes come with the kit.

Let me know if you have any more questions.
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Old 10-11-2011, 08:42 PM
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Thank you Tony
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Old 10-16-2011, 11:31 AM
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Just curious if anybody has mapped out what all the holes are for?

there are some that look to be inline battery locators (a screw and nut), but next to those there are additional ones whose purpose baffles me.

maybe it has to do with the 5th battery position? i presume this is a fwd transverse battery with all electronics behind?
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Originally Posted by avs View Post
Just curious if anybody has mapped out what all the holes are for?

there are some that look to be inline battery locators (a screw and nut), but next to those there are additional ones whose purpose baffles me.

maybe it has to do with the 5th battery position? i presume this is a fwd transverse battery with all electronics behind?
The holes in the servo area are for futaba and ko, Jr, and the new sanwa. The holes in the center behind the servo holes are for the center top deck post either front or back for battery position. When you run the battery forward you need to use 3mm shims under the top deck and use the shock tower that angles down. That raises the top deck up so the battery will go under it.

The holes in either side of the center ones are for 3mm nuts to keep the battery from moving forward. Then the holes on the sides are to keep the battery from moving out. there are 2 positions for that depending on how heavy your battery and electronics are will depend where you put the battery to balance out the car evenly.

Then the 3 center holes are for the crc battery holder in case you want to run the battery the old way in the rear.

Hope that helps
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Just got an OP105 kit for the Serpent and I am a bit confused, does the kit come with the standoffs for the rear cross braces? as mine only had three for the front brace.

Thanks for any help.
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Originally Posted by blackbird View Post
Just got an OP105 kit for the Serpent and I am a bit confused, does the kit come with the standoffs for the rear cross braces? as mine only had three for the front brace.

Thanks for any help.
For the serpent kit you'll need to get 2 more serpent standoffs for the rear. Or you can get these which match the front standoffs.
https://www.ssl-stormerhobbies.com/c...=ns&pn=AXA1396
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Originally Posted by chicky03 View Post
The holes in the servo area are for futaba and ko, Jr, and the new sanwa.

Hope that helps
what servo mounts do you suggest for KO JR or sanwa? are the holes all set for the R5 servo mount or something else?
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Originally Posted by avs View Post
what servo mounts do you suggest for KO JR or sanwa? are the holes all set for the R5 servo mount or something else?
The R5 servo mounts work really well with those servos. For the Sanwa the tabs on the servo can be mounted to the chassis.
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Default Hallwoeen race update and New color available!

Hey Guys!

Just a little update on the Halloween Race.

We had the most cars in the Mod A-main. 4 Cars qualifying 3,4,5 and 7th, Finishing 2,4,8 and 9th. I finished about 3 feet behind the leader. It was an exciting race!

For 13.5 I qualified and finished second Steve Dunn qualified and finished 10th.

Since the car is a conversion we have had a lot of requests to use a more universal color to match other brand components. We chose BLACK. Orange will still be available! Black be available in a few weeks!. I'll have some pictures on line in a few days.

Also the website is coming along, we are super happy with it!

Next stop, US Indoor Champs where we will be the sponsor for the Mod 12th scale class.
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the chickymobile looked awesome on the track and also on the work bench. The new stealthy all black look is fantastic. all business and very cool indeed.
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