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Old 11-02-2005, 03:21 PM   #301
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Midwest - And I thought I was doing alright without Todd Putnam there.


rogtsaamokin - Did you want my 12th scale setup or touring car? I ran the same exact setup in touring car as I ran at the carpet nationals. It's on the Corally websight at www.corallyusa.com. I run the Jaco wraps in touring car, and CRC tires in 12th scale.

I run the Carpetknife 3.2R in 12th scale. Without the new adjustable chassis.

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CRC's new "High Roller" tires (purples and greys)

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Copper center spring (30W oil)

.20 front springs. with crc aluminum 10deg. castor blocks, delrin steering blocks, and delrin upper arms.
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Sorry, yea 1/12th scale,,, Thanks What did you run in you Tubes. Motor wise I am betting Blue Red Putnums, vertical slot, green green spring???? Was I close...

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Green on the positive and blue on the negative. Green springs Both trailing edges were knocked off the brush with a hole, and a vertical slot.

I was slow in the mains, but it worked really well in qualifying.



CRC Heavy(white top) in the tubes.
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What was your rollout? (if you don't mind me asking...) Thanks!

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Green on the positive and blue on the negative. Green springs Both trailing edges were knocked off the brush with a hole, and a vertical slot.

I was slow in the mains, but it worked really well in qualifying.



CRC Heavy(white top) in the tubes.
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Old 11-02-2005, 09:46 PM   #306
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Old 11-02-2005, 10:47 PM   #307
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and further more.. why doesnt Shane put this race in the mag? I mean the Cactus Classic has had coverage for many years// Dont know if it still does as Ihavnt bought an issue or rcca in like 5 years.. but yah.. why not put it in a mag? There are enough photos... vids..
I am hoping to do just that, although the decision is not mine unfortunately.
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Old 11-03-2005, 05:48 AM   #308
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I am hoping to do just that, although the decision is not mine unfortunately.

well get'r dunn... it could be a followup to quit your job for RC and look what could happen

its at a great facility, it pulls 200 people every year, and it is definately mag worthy.

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Mike, that's about the truth LOL.

Congrats on your finish at the race in 19 turn.

I was the guy sitting across from you at the race with the xray and the CRC t-fource car.

BTW can you send me your basic setup you ran on the xray when you get a chance? I had a good car the first round and after that I wrenched myself right out of it LOL Spent too much time on the 12th.

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See you in cleveland.

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Old 11-03-2005, 10:36 PM   #310
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Yankee - I never did calculate the rollout. But I had a 1.75 rear tire and I geared it with a 30 pinion, 96t spur.
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on your 1/12th what what spacing did you use on the upper a arm.

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Hey Jeff,

How you like the new ''High Roller'' wheel/tire ?

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I am hoping to do just that, although the decision is not mine unfortunately.
hey, let us know if anyone at The Gate can help get this accomplished. we would love to see this happen.

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Alan - I used one white spacer on each side of the block...

Mart42 - The car was more stable with that bigger rim, and i'm not sure if you can even traction roll with these tires. My car was tipping up just a bit in the beginning of a race, and I like to have it do that. I don't think the car will go completely over easily with these tires though. I would true them small for big races. (1.76 rear, and 1.70 front) This will free the car up on those high bite tracks.
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Jeff,

Normally, i race stock on a low bite track, i use Jaco Double pink front and Jaco pink rear. What combo should i use when the ''HR'' will be available?

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