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Old 06-24-2011, 12:29 AM
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Originally Posted by ROBORAT
@mon: doen is right, sundays are always open for practice runs. actually, the track is open Tuesdays through Sundays, from 10am to 10pm. Hanapin niyo lang si Ramil ang pay the appropriate track fee and you can play to your heats content. ... rain or shine!
What's the approximate fee if I may ask?
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Old 06-24-2011, 01:41 AM
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Originally Posted by PowerPee
What's the approximate fee if I may ask?
P300 whole day kung walang race

Track fee varies if there are races though
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Old 06-24-2011, 02:21 AM
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Guide naman papunta JP if I'm coming from Robinson Galleria thanks in advance.
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Originally Posted by VooDooPH
P300 whole day kung walang race

Track fee varies if there are races though
Thanks VooDoo... By the way we're former Tamiya Manila teammates
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Old 06-25-2011, 03:21 AM
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+ YouTube Video
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nice vid. ano gamit nila radial tires?
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Old 06-26-2011, 12:31 AM
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Question lang po. Ano ang effect ng soft or medium tire insert sa 36r na slicks? Di kasi ako familiar sa tamang tire inserts.

We usually race on a dusty parking lot track with minimal traction and 43 to 45 deg temps.

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another piece for on-road enthusiasts and racers! shock rebound tool :-)

source: www.redrc.net

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Old 06-26-2011, 03:37 AM
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Had a grand time at JP this morning mukhang mapapadalas ako dito thanks Ramil for the assistance.
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Originally Posted by CobraSVT
Question lang po. Ano ang effect ng soft or medium tire insert sa 36r na slicks? Di kasi ako familiar sa tamang tire inserts.

We usually race on a dusty parking lot track with minimal traction and 43 to 45 deg temps.

TIA.
@cobra: generally a softer insert generates more traction but heres always a trade off - it will heat up ur tires faster which ironically as you heat up your tires you will loose traction naman. Also, since there is more tire flex, it will wear your tires faster as well. Moe friction also means at a certain point you sacrifice corner speed. Stiffer generally does the opposite. So, choosing the right insert you need to consider track temps and how your tire performs through an entire race heat. Generally for the best of both worlds, we typically use medium insert.

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Had a grand time at JP this morning mukhang mapapadalas ako dito thanks Ramil for the assistance.
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Originally Posted by mon
Had a grand time at JP this morning mukhang mapapadalas ako dito thanks Ramil for the assistance.
@mon: thats so good to hear sir! Sarap talaga mag rc!
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Im using a 61T spur and a 28 pinion would the performance of my kit improve if I use a 55T spur and 25 pinion ?
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Originally Posted by mon
Im using a 61T spur and a 28 pinion would the performance of my kit improve if I use a 55T spur and 25 pinion ?
What chassis are u using/running with sir?

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TT01 sir using a stock 540 motor
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Originally Posted by ROBORAT
@cobra: generally a softer insert generates more traction but heres always a trade off - it will heat up ur tires faster which ironically as you heat up your tires you will loose traction naman. Also, since there is more tire flex, it will wear your tires faster as well. Moe friction also means at a certain point you sacrifice corner speed. Stiffer generally does the opposite. So, choosing the right insert you need to consider track temps and how your tire performs through an entire race heat. Generally for the best of both worlds, we typically use medium insert.
Thanks sa info. Subukan ko yung SWEEP 40R with Med insert. Actually first time ko gagamit ng slicks sa TC5 ko. We usually use rally tires or radial tires sa parking lot racing namin dito sa KSA.

Salamats uli...
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