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Old 12-16-2011, 10:41 AM   #391
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How much does 1400mAh weigh?
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Old 12-16-2011, 10:48 AM   #392
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About 1200mah but seriously, go on crc website and look at the difference between the shorty and the regular and you can judge.
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Old 12-16-2011, 11:36 AM   #393
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And 1400 mah......

Hell, I remember when 1400 mah was the maximum capacity of the cells......
I got some 1200sc cell at the track in my pitroom young padawan
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Old 12-16-2011, 12:00 PM   #394
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What is the weight difference between the CRC 5600 65c and the new CRC 1s short 4200? Thank you
My 6300 revtech packs weigh 150g
Shorty CRC pack weights 100g
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Old 12-16-2011, 03:35 PM   #395
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My 6300 revtech packs weigh 150g
Shorty CRC pack weights 100g
Thank you for the info! Looks like the shorty pack will get my Xi down to 720g.
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Old 12-16-2011, 08:38 PM   #396
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And I am all for light/fast 1/12th cars...

Cheers!
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Old 12-16-2011, 08:41 PM   #397
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And I am all for light/fast 1/12th cars...

Cheers!
Are you going to race 12th at Norcal?

Hope so...

Will you have the first Xi there?

Can't wait to see it
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Old 12-16-2011, 09:19 PM   #398
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Are you going to race 12th at Norcal?

Hope so...

Will you have the first Xi there?

Can't wait to see it
The Xi sits in the trunk of my car awaiting a KO receiver that still has not come. Are you listening USPS?

But, it won't be on the track with any over-the-top crashin' mod cars very soon...That's waaay not my style! It will be in 17.5 blinky to see what I can do against my stay-on-the-line heros.

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The Xi sits in the trunk of my car awaiting a KO receiver that still has not come. Are you listening USPS?

But, it won't be on the track with any over-the-top crashin' mod cars very soon...That's waaay not my style! It will be in 17.5 blinky to see what I can do against my stay-on-the-line heros.

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Well whatever class your abilities lie should be where you set your sites on racing. From a mellow, humble point of view it will be nice to see another 12th scaler racing at norcal. 12th is really fun whether your chasing the fastest mod guy and clip a corner board or going at 12th blinky speed hugging those "hero" lines

Eric V seems to be the fastest of the blinky class IMHO

Either way hope to see you race 12th with the rest of the small car enthusiasts

Haven't seen a Xi yet at norcal
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Hobbytown is pissing me off with my parts, they came in today, but i guess the invoice got thrown out, so they cant put the sticker thing on it and im like really?>
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Old 12-18-2011, 01:22 AM   #401
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I got some 1200sc cell at the track in my pitroom young padawan
Just said that I remember, bro. I too raced with the yellow cells with the red lettering......... Ahhh, memories.
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I'm thinking about getting a hudy 1/12 setup station. Any of you gents know whether or not you can mount it to the xi with the 1/8 in axle?
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Old 12-18-2011, 01:07 PM   #403
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XL is built and ready to go, Xi conversion hasn't arrived yet. I'm looking for some pictures of suggested electronics layout. I have never cut "NEW" tires down for club racing before. 46mm down to 42 "HHHMMM". Also looking for a ball park roll out, Tekin pro and 10.5 motor, track is 40' x 80' crc carpet. Any assistance appreciated.

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Old 12-18-2011, 02:44 PM   #404
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I'm thinking about getting a hudy 1/12 setup station. Any of you gents know whether or not you can mount it to the xi with the 1/8 in axle?
Yes, it uses the front axle bearings from the car to make adjustments.
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Old 12-18-2011, 02:48 PM   #405
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for club racing I just trim my rears to 45 and fronts to 43 then just true to clean the buildup off of them after each week. The only issues you will run into is more side traction with the taller tires and chunking. Which can be fixed and prevented with sidewall glueing and checking the tires before each race to make sure they are not pulling away from the rim
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