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Old 06-19-2012, 02:51 PM
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We should be able to make it on the 30th.

I do not have the address either.

One request, please run a tight schedule. I will have young-uns with me and they turn into little Mr. Hydes sometime after 9.
Awesome! Glad you're going to make it!

Don't worry. We plan on running a smooth, efficient program. There will be a short intermission between the heats and start of the mains but nothing too long.
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So I have a standard brushless Slash that comes with a 10.5T motor. What do people typically run on this track? Would a 17.5T work better? Any suggestions would be great.
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Originally Posted by Stanfsu
So I have a standard brushless Slash that comes with a 10.5T motor. What do people typically run on this track? Would a 17.5T work better? Any suggestions would be great.
Hi Stan,

If you can get the 10.5 to hook up you'll be good.

Most of the guys we run with are running closer to a 10.5 motor, but ultimately it'll come down to preference and set up.
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All right got transponder in and new batt body is going to be here today getting ready for next sat hey I have an extra truck I am going to bring to let someone use let's race!!
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All right got transponder in and new batt body is going to be here today getting ready for next sat hey I have an extra truck I am going to bring to let someone use let's race!!

Very cool!
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Very cool!
Scooter...compare/contrast and discuss (please)

http://prolineracing.com/performance...-transmission/

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That fastlane transmission that I can't find a link to ATM
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Originally Posted by Aardvark
Scooter...compare/contrast and discuss (please)

http://prolineracing.com/performance...-transmission/

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That fastlane transmission that I can't find a link to ATM
Not scooter, but the FL trans is HEAVY, gonna really mess with the balance of your car. It is a transmission for the shelf queen or basher - not a racer.

The PL trans is lighter than the stock trans (not by much), but has much of the advantages of the aluminum trans. I will be getting the PL next month.
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supposedly my new ANZA chassis should get here today. I want to deck it out with some nice aluminum shock towers too, lastly, some super soft tires...the medium compound i have been using i think is holding me back by a 1/2 sec
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Alright racers!

Jeff says he'll be working on the track and some next week if anyone wants to come by.

Just pm him here at user name Jeff Garrett or email [email protected].
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Alright racers!

Jeff says he'll be working on the track and some next week if anyone wants to come by.

Just pm him here at user name Jeff Garrett or email [email protected].
Davin mention's racing at Tappy's house like 100 times/day. I think he's excited and wants to race.
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ok guys cant wait till 30th hope we have a good turn out will work on track most all week. tomorrow around 5ish will wet and run some laps if anyone wants to come by and check it out and run a few laps email me or pm if your interested
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New RJ Speed 1015 body just came in all the gear is here now just to get the setup on my strc lcg slash good and some practice do u guys lock your rear diffs? And tips on a good starting point on a set up I will take any help I am use to 1/8 nitro buggy and truggy so this is new to me but I can't wait!!!
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Originally Posted by raggedwarrior
New RJ Speed 1015 body just came in all the gear is here now just to get the setup on my strc lcg slash good and some practice do u guys lock your rear diffs? And tips on a good starting point on a set up I will take any help I am use to 1/8 nitro buggy and truggy so this is new to me but I can't wait!!!
Currently I have 50k diff lube in my diff. On shocks I'm running 50 wt in both fronts and 45 in the rear. I suggest some fairly stiff springs on the front and right rear and a little softer for the left rear. We're still trying tires but I like the Proline Holeshots; however, I think a Caliber or Subculture type pattern would work very well.

Hope this helps! We're looking forward to you racing with us. If you have any other questions don't hesitate to ask.
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so what kind of diff lube come in a stock slash tranny?
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Originally Posted by Aardvark
so what kind of diff lube come in a stock slash tranny?
30,000, I think. The stock diff is not sealed, so most of that will be lost pretty quickly.
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