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Old 05-21-2007, 10:16 PM
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Pro Line Maxx Challenge
Associated scored it's first major victory this weekend at the Pro-Line Maxx Challenge in the hands of Ryan Cavalieri. Finishing just over 10sec ahead of Silverstate truggy winner Cody King and a lap ahead of 4th placed TQ Adam Drake.

1:8 buggy A-main final
1. Ryan Cavalieri - AE/Team Orion
2. Cody King - Kyosho/Sirio
3. Chad Bradley - Jammin/OS
4. Adam Drake - Losi/Trinity Drake
5. Billy Fischer - Losi/Novarossi
6. Jake Thayer - Mugen/OS
7. Phillip Atondo - Losi/Novarossi
8. Richard Saxton - AE/OS
9. Levi Jackson - Kyosho/OS
10. Marty Korn - GS/WERKS
11. Taylor James - Jammin/OS
12. Greg Degani - HoBao/Picco
13. Ryan Maifield - AE/OS
14. Scott Hughes - Mugen/OS
15. Mike Truhe - Losi/Novarossi
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Old 05-21-2007, 11:09 PM
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D21T MKII - COMPETITION BUGGY ENGINE *RBmodded
$289.99
D21T MK II (#2113)
Buggy Team Engine
Cylinder Contents : 3.48cc
Bore: 16.20mm / Stroke:16.80mm
Crankshaft : 14mm SG type
Carburetor : 2 Needles Slide 7&8 mm*
Piston / Sleeve : ABC 5P modified
Glow-plug : Turbo & Standard**
Use : 1/8 buggy
Manual Download
Custom Made Team Engine

* 7mm and 8mm venturis included
** one standard head button and one trubo head button included

Message from Rick Brake of RBmods.net :

History and the making of a new STS MK11 engine. When testing the D21B and D21T engines my preliminary diagnosis led me to study these engines in depth and have my drivers testing them.

Everything I thought the engine would do was correct, These were great engines for the price but I thought STS could do a little better with the same amount of
effort. So after a few emails and sending them pictures on what to do
if I were them they came out with a engine after my own spec's. They actually
produced a great engine that would give these 400.00 and 500.00 dollar
engines a run for their money. This was dubbed STS MK11. My drivers have
been testing it and found that it was able to keep up and even surpass
these high dollar Italian engine with the grace of a expensive .21 5 to 8 port
engines and get about 9 minutes of run time doing it.

As I watched the testing this engine had taken a buggy and was pulling wheelies up to 75ft down the straights with a crisp sound that I and you and everyone else
likes to hear at 202 degree temps. I had thought that it was time STS release
these to the market to compete against the ever soaring over priced
Italian engines.

Finally! You to can have this engine and feel the bliss of knowing you got way
more then you paid for and probably for the first time. These engines are
worth every penny. Modified they are off the hook, Smooth, powerful, reliable.
Rick Brake RBMods


Extreme Engine Mod by Rick Brake of RBmods.net

Here's just a few details of what you get with this mod:

1) A High Efficient mod with timing and firing pattern's re-established.

2) Crank boring, induction ports sharpened.

3) Sleeve sculptured to maintain velocity produced by crank at lower RPM throughout the power band.

4) Crank is cut for turbo charging the fuel/air mix.

5) Pressure release cuts made for an easier transitioning between power stroke and exhaust stroke.

6) RBmods replaces the factory front engine bearing with a special high precision bearing to handle the added RPM from the mod.

7) ***NEW** RBmods goes above and beyond... Crank Hardening and Rust Proofing.
A reverse osmosis procedure bringing you the best of all the other mods out on the market, Yes sir we have come full circle with this
one folks. Just take a look at the picture attached Notice how some engines loose power and start acting up after some of the
nasty fuels we use? It is the crank rusting up and sending rust particles through your engine, Of coarse you know this would have a adverse affect we all do not want. Dr. Rick has come up with the cure and better yet without raising the prices.
Enjoy and have a great day. Rick RBMods

8) Many other things are done to the engine but RBmods can not give all their secrets ;0)
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Old 05-22-2007, 12:19 AM
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Now this is great info. thanks for sharing arghhh.
I wanna try... i wonder sunny bringing it in or not... but with this price..matilah
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Old 05-22-2007, 01:35 AM
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Originally Posted by arghh
$289.99
in usd - RM989, euro - RM1305 minus tranport,tax and profit margin.
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Old 05-22-2007, 02:13 AM
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u wanna cheaper.. get the team mod laa..same red color heat sink.. D21T MKII - COMPETITION BUGGY ENGINE (TEAM MODIFIED) US189.99 only.. calculate for me please in RM...hehe seem it still cheaper then my latest engine..
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Old 05-22-2007, 06:44 PM
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pro drivers top secret... tied throttle servo.. no need bolt and nut
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Old 05-22-2007, 08:58 PM
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Originally Posted by arghh
pro drivers top secret... tied throttle servo.. no need bolt and nut
wahhhh... hebat dis.... boleh promote cable tie company..
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Old 05-24-2007, 02:47 AM
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Originally Posted by jfc_tech
wahhhh... hebat dis.... boleh promote cable tie company..
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Old 05-24-2007, 02:52 AM
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seem everybody didnt like to run on the ground anymore.. all wanna fly.. up..up..and away
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Old 05-25-2007, 03:25 AM
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HPC BUGGY OPEN/FEMCA QUALIFYING RACE (1st rnd) - 13.5.2007

Grand Finals FEMCA - A Main (1/8 Buggy)

1- Mizan - Jammin X1CR - 73 - 1:00:44.618 - 43.540
2- David Lim - kyosho - 73 - 1:00:53.819 - 43.260
3- Lim Tow Jia - GS CL 1 - 71 - 1:00:42.910 - 45.430
4- Alvin Lam - Mugen - 70 - 1:00:31.467 - 45.281
5- Danny Teh - kyosho - 70 - 1:00:41.496 - 45.289
6- Anthony Wee - hyper 8 - 68 - 59:28.748 - 43.708
7- LIm Kok Beng - hyper 8 - 65 - 1:00:18.558 - 46.082
8- Kelvin Ngow - Mugen - 60 - 1:01:04.049 - 42.996
9- Vincent Woo - hyper 8 - 57 - 1:00:10.342 - 46.277
10-Thomson Chong - dirt pro - 55 - 1:01:38.030 - 46.757
11- Spencer - GS CL 1 - 54 - 1:00:48.401 - 50.657
12- TPK-hyper 8 - 45 - 54:41.001 - 45.608
13- Lai Kok Heng - OCM - 27 - 36:16.198 - 42.607
14- Alex Lee - mugen - 25-32:22.493 - 47.227
15- YC Chong - mugen - 23 - 22:59.954 - 49.829

Open Finals - A Main (1/8 Buggy)
1- Sunny Wong - OCM - 52 - 46:38.526 - 46.537
2- Chu Boon Chee - GS CL 1 - 50 - 46:20.204 - 45.996
3- Ah Kim - jammin x1cr - 48 - 46:40.604 - 46.441
4- Kent Chye - dirtpro - 48 - 46:50.941 - 45.133
5- Ramesh - hyper 8 - 45 - 46:23.360 - 46.321
6- KL Lee - dirtpro - 45 - 46:46.771 - 46.184
7- Nasir - hotbodies - 31 - 38:13.850 - 52.569
8- Wong Yoke Wah - mugen - 21 - 20:49.672 - 50.542
9- David Aw - jammin x1cr - 20 - 20:51.201 - 48.228
10-Chow Chee Hou - GS CL1 - 3-3:17.338 - 1:02.605
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Originally Posted by arghh
seem everybody didnt like to run on the ground anymore.. all wanna fly.. up..up..and away
OMG
the angle of the jump.... kalau salah landing.. ngam2 at the top of the jump...gerenti bengkok chassis... hebat sungguh hebat!

congrats Mizan, and congrats Kim...
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U.K National - rnd 3

The weather appears to have had a serius impact on several races around Europe this weekend. The latest is the 3rd round of the UK nationals, held at Holbeach. With qualifying held on Sunday and cut from 5 to 3 rounds and finals supposed to be today (Monday), it rained all day Sunday and Monday morning the track and pits were flooded. The event was decided on qualifying results, meaning Neil Cragg, TQ has won 2 out of the 3 rounds already held.

1. Neil Cragg - AE/RB
2. Jon Hazlewood - XRAY/OS
3. David Crompton - Team Magic/RB
4. Dave Bailey - Team Magic/RB
5. Paul Bradby - HoBao/RB
6. Adrian Svensson - Mugen/Ninja
7. Graham Alsop - HoBao/RB
8. Jamie Booth Hong Nor/GO
9. Kevin Brunsden Losi/Novarossi
10. Simon Willetts Hong Nor/GO
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macam time LRP race, kan.. kekekke... hujan, banjir track and also pit area!
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Old 05-30-2007, 03:31 AM
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hahaa.. sad story since the day u come till end of the race episod..
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Old 05-30-2007, 03:34 AM
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got this on another forrum..

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Jay Snider response 1096 of 1121: May 29 01:35 EDT 2007
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Just wanted to give props to the Team Jammin' Northwest Crew. Gary
Guest, Rick McCrery, and Ryan McCrery ran the Hank Perry 240 (NCT stop
#3)this past weekend. With over 300 entries the competition was tough.
both Buggy and Truggy classes had over 80 entries. Gary Guest took 1st
in buggy and was fast as always. Ryan took 2nd in buggy and I believe
Rick finished top 5. Jammin is well represented in the Northwest for
sure.


More importantly, Rick and Ryan went well out of there way to provide
myself and others with set up help. It was my first race with my
Jammin' and they had it dialed!!! At one point Ryan sought me out to
let me know of a change I should make that would help with the rough
track. Thanks you guys so much for the help. You guys are great!

To anyone thinking about switching to Jammin.....do it! It is dialed
you will hands down get the best set-up help in the industry!

Thanks again guys for everything!
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