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Old 02-27-2014, 10:24 PM   #16
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That is a nice system but how often will you use it? I don't see taking it to the track every time unless you are constantly using different batteries, escs and motors. For me I would probably use it once or twice since I don't change my electrical stuff much.
Actually when you change springs or adjust them you should use the scales as well. Also a hard crash can cause the car to tweak, so thats also a good time to use them to help get it running true. So not really just for initial installation of equipment.

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I don't think the Gforce scale is released yet and I can't find a usa dealer either. Although I heard eam Motorsports may carry their products.
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Actually when you change springs or adjust them you should use the scales as well. Also a hard crash can cause the car to tweak, so thats also a good time to use them to help get it running true. So not really just for initial installation of equipment.

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You have good point there for those but I bring my tweak board to the track just for that. I still might get this scale system but I will let others do the beta testing.
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