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Old 06-07-2004, 11:58 PM
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Medyo nakakatakot. Kasi from what I've been reading puro palpak yung mga pahiram? tama ba? or is it the other way around? mwaahahhaa.

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Old 06-08-2004, 12:43 AM
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WEIGHT LIMIT

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Agree with what u have mentioned. That's the hassle of implementing the weight limit. What I have cited is just to improve the time to inspect. It's not necessary to inspect all the 10 cars before and after the heat. We can simplify by inspecting only the top 3 finishers in each heat. If caught underweight because of crashes, then that particular heat only will be disqualified instead of the whole race.

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I assume that it's the responsibility of the racer before the race to weigh in his car using the official weighing scale which will be provided by the race organizer.

This is just my thought pare and it depends on the organizer to decide.
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Old 06-08-2004, 12:46 AM
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ROUGH: got that covered na, as in literally, naglagay na ako ng chasis protector even before i ran my FOC itry mo, i have pa, i can give u if u wantm just LMK.

BALUGS: i'll be there on thu, cguro mga 6 to 630pm, if you want meet na lang tayo on thu dun. same banana, u were fusing an aluminum ball nut with a Ti screw, kaya cguro nabilog.
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Old 06-08-2004, 01:04 AM
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Driving Under the Influence of BLP.

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DUI???
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Old 06-08-2004, 01:07 AM
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Originally posted by evaa
ROUGH: got that covered na, as in literally, naglagay na ako ng chasis protector even before i ran my FOC itry mo, i have pa, i can give u if u wantm just LMK.

Okay, I'm letting you know na... hmmmm... ilang grams additional pag yung buong ilalim ang tatakpan ng bathtub tape? dapat eksaktong minimum heheheh... yung tipong pag nahulugan ka ng isang screw eh underweight ka na

Yung 190mm minumum width... from rim (outermost part) to rim di ba? e yung minumum wheelbase? pasok pa din ba ang TA03RS sa minimum?
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Old 06-08-2004, 01:25 AM
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Originally posted by Baguhan Lang Po
ROBO - Follow up questions lang . . . .

- When adding more weight to the car (CGM or SD), should I go for equal weight distribution or bias going towards to the front or rear?
- What should the case be when removing weight naman?
- For the 190mm width, how is this measured?


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- weight bias front to back depends on you. if you want more steering, add weight in front. for more rear bite, add in the back. now for left to right bias, this is what you want to make as even as possible para your car handles more consitently when negotiatling corners.
- 190mm "i think" is measured from the outer edge of your left tire to the outter edge of your right tire. you do this for both the front and rear.
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Old 06-08-2004, 01:40 AM
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Originally posted by rough512
Okay, I'm letting you know na... hmmmm... ilang grams additional pag yung buong ilalim ang tatakpan ng bathtub tape? dapat eksaktong minimum heheheh... yung tipong pag nahulugan ka ng isang screw eh underweight ka na

Yung 190mm minumum width... from rim (outermost part) to rim di ba? e yung minumum wheelbase? pasok pa din ba ang TA03RS sa minimum?


pati ba wheelbase may limit na rin?
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Old 06-08-2004, 01:42 AM
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ROBO - Tenks meyn. Followup question naman for the 190mm width. . . .

- 'Assuming' that it's from one tip of the left tire to the other tip of the right tire nga, does this mean that camber, toe in/out, and the way rims are offset (positive/negative) should now also be considered? Haven't really done any measurements, so may basis kaya itong question ko?

PAULC - Sa tanong mo kung palpak o hindi, it's for us to know and you to find out. . . . . what we lend you will depend whether tokwa't baboy is at stake or not.

- Seriously, hiram ka lang sir kung kelangan mo, para makasama ka naman namin sa Mod.

ROUGH - Palibhasa ang nasa isip mo ay paggawa ng bata at IUD, kaya hindi mo kaagad na-gets ang DUI.

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Old 06-08-2004, 02:25 AM
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BLP: you measure from the farthest tip of your tire. so that would already take into consideration camber and toe. just put your car on your Hudy board and you should be able to measure your track width... thats what the sticker is there for.
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Old 06-08-2004, 02:30 AM
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ROBO - Tenks ulit meyn. . . . Isa pala sa silbi nung sticker. All this time, I thought it was meant to advertise to the world na Hudy yung tatak nung board.

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BLP: hahaha .... before thats wat i thought it was for as well.
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Old 06-08-2004, 06:29 AM
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Where can I get a .6 Module Spur aside from the Tamiya 83t?

I need a lower number of teeth, mga 78-80.
Tamiya Came out with a new 72t, but any other aftermarket brand?

Does Tamiya make any other .6module Spur, that I can modify?

Any help is appreciated! Thanks!!
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Pitshop,

Available for pickup na ba yung charger? Tnx
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Old 06-08-2004, 10:17 AM
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BALUGS--> Yesir

evaa--> nasa race announcements na yung specs including width and wheelbase

Robo is correct in the measuring of the car's width... so time to take off those hex spacers

wheelbase is measured from front axle to rear axle






after 3 years! Im finally over 500 posts yehey !!!!
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Old 06-08-2004, 10:39 AM
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BALUGS--> Yesir

YES! Kunin ko na tom.
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