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Old 11-05-2013, 06:24 AM
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For a huge track. The layout seemed pretty boring
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Pretty fast speeds for a "boring" track -- wish we had something like that by me....
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Old 11-05-2013, 12:06 PM
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Pretty fast speeds for a "boring" track -- wish we had something like that by me....
Sorry, the track is nice. But I prefer a more technical coarse.
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Just wanted to post a reminder for everyone -- especially those US based racers.....

Viper R/C has all the ARC R10 kits and parts in stock we are only a phone call or internet order away.

Also HRP Distributing has agreed to carry ARC parts, hobby shops can order parts directly from HRP with all their other parts.

No problems with parts availability, and support.

One of the best drivers in the world has shown that the car is more than capable on any stage. It's the defending ROAR National Champion on Indoor carpet track......the excuses are becoming harder and harder........
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Originally Posted by nikos2002 View Post
Just wanted to post a reminder for everyone -- especially those US based racers.....

Viper R/C has all the ARC R10 kits and parts in stock we are only a phone call or internet order away.

Also HRP Distributing has agreed to carry ARC parts, hobby shops can order parts directly from HRP with all their other parts.

No problems with parts availability, and support.

One of the best drivers in the world has shown that the car is more than capable on any stage. It's the defending ROAR National Champion on Indoor carpet track......the excuses are becoming harder and harder........
One of the best drivers in the world has shown that the car is more than capable on any stage. It's the defending ROAR National Champion on Indoor carpet track......the excuses are becoming harder and harder........

Nice! Aint that the truth.

Bought a second 2013 ARC. Going to be running VTA. Anybody got any setups?
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Old 11-12-2013, 07:04 PM
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Originally Posted by nikos2002 View Post
Just wanted to post a reminder for everyone -- especially those US based racers.....

Viper R/C has all the ARC R10 kits and parts in stock we are only a phone call or internet order away.

Also HRP Distributing has agreed to carry ARC parts, hobby shops can order parts directly from HRP with all their other parts.

No problems with parts availability, and support.

One of the best drivers in the world has shown that the car is more than capable on any stage. It's the defending ROAR National Champion on Indoor carpet track......the excuses are becoming harder and harder........
Does Cryul still run the ARC car? Noticed he never posts on this thread it seems.
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Old 11-12-2013, 07:39 PM
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Does Cryul still run the ARC car? Noticed he never posts on this thread it seems.
I think he has retired from TC racing for now.
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Old 11-12-2013, 08:49 PM
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Originally Posted by haywood View Post
Does Cryul still run the ARC car? Noticed he never posts on this thread it seems.
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I think he has retired from TC racing for now.
Thought he was talking about Hara!
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Cyrul still drives ARC cars. I saw him at the IIC this year and he was running mod and 13.5. He doesn't run a complete 2013 model but uses a bunch of different chassis plate setup with and without the flex mount but they all seemed to run the short shocks. He had a total of 3 R10 cars when i saw him not including his 12th scale and World GT.
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Hi

if getting an ARC what are must have parts to race in 13.5 and 17.5, both nonboosted?
I am curious what you say, also what kind of springs do you mostly use?
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Originally Posted by rcraserx View Post
Hi

if getting an ARC what are must have parts to race in 13.5 and 17.5, both nonboosted?
I am curious what you say, also what kind of springs do you mostly use?
The only part i would say is almost mandatory is the ECS universals in Front.
Apart from that, the R10 2013 is a very complete car.
Sure there are a ton of options available to tailor the car to your driving style and track conditions, but i would call none of them "Required"

Springs, ARC, the short Xray series, and with a bit of fiddling the Ride Big Bore springs is what i have used. The ARC ones are more than up to the task, its more about driving feel with different springs.
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What do the ECS do to the handling?
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What do the ECS do to the handling?
Ecs shafts or dcj's eliminate shattering of the front end when you reach full steering throw in the corners. I run them on every Touring Car I have.
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ARC is looking for team drivers! Interested, go to ARC facebook page. Support the team and one of the best handling cars on the market.
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