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Old 01-06-2006, 11:13 AM   #31
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prolly order them or if your going to Trackside this weekend to watch the Novak race they would have them i would think; Hobbytown Oshkosh might have them...not sure though
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Old 01-06-2006, 04:58 PM   #32
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Sorex 28 with JB thin blue or Yellow inserts will give you a lot more grip than "slippery CS 27:s".
Canīt understand why TakeOff CS 27 is so popular. I regard it as a quite bad tyre.
I totally agree. In my limited experience the CS27 just are not working like the RP24 using paragon on ozite. I was traction rolling with the RP's and paragon. CS's have had little response to paragon. Nowhere near traction rolling either. Guess what tires I buy next?
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Old 01-06-2006, 06:16 PM   #33
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Try more rear toe-inn, 3deg is good!!

Spashett had the same problems with his car at last years GP Carpet World Cup and I put 2x1.3mm hole pistons and 60wt oil in all his shocks and that made a HUGE difference on his car!!
His car was right on pace after that, so I suggest you give it a try!!
1.3mm holes? What size are the original holes?
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I really dont remeber what he had in his car before we changed, but I guess it was Losi #56, 3 hole pistons.
The 2x1.3mm gave much less pack and was a bit softer!
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