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Old 12-20-2011, 03:12 AM   #61
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I'm really liking WGT. Have only been driving about 6 months. Started with Tamiya F1s now have a Serpent S100.
Outdoor track with 60 metre straight so big track. No limit for motor so I've got a Speed Passion 6.5T and LRP SXX Esc combo with 2 cell LIPO.
Now up to about 20 packs running and still 1 set of tyres.
Diff balls and spurs don't last long. Not the spur teeth, the holes for the balls get elongated (assume from slipping?) but they're cheap.

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Old 12-20-2011, 04:09 AM   #62
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I left some extra matererial on the body and wing as well when running my db10rr with the sophia on a outdoor track with 2s lipo. Worked pretty good when i raced it with the 235mm pans.

It seems your diff is indeed slipping too much.
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Old 12-20-2011, 05:50 PM   #63
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Originally Posted by MarkBurgess View Post
To be honest I see both the IIC and the Snowbirds as the closest thing to a World Championships in the class.
Then congratulations Josh Cyrul you are the WGT World Champ

WGT 10.5 IIC Winner...
12th scale - The Jedi class...

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