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Old 09-12-2006, 12:43 AM
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Originally Posted by joji_say
mike kelan ba yung nite race sa jp??
Joji, musta na? EP nite race? kelan?
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Old 09-12-2006, 01:10 AM
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pare ok naman nangangati na rin maglaro. la pa nga sinabi si mike e. sabi nya po-post daw nya last week
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Old 09-12-2006, 01:17 AM
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Originally Posted by VooDooPH
i think shaft cars are quicker off the line since there's virtually no "lag" -- when the shaft starts to spin, so does the car -- unlike belt driven cars where the belts stretch and flex. but it seems like belt driven cars are easier to drive... but then again it could just be about finding the right set-up.
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pwd ka mag tt01 kit kung gusto mo ng shaft driven, built for beginners ung kit na yan pero kung gusto mo belt driven na kit, ung ta05(which I'm saving money to buy it) for racing.. for racing rin naman ung tt01 pero di mo pwd gamitan ng sobrang mabilis na motor kasi baka bumigay ung kit.. up to 27t lang na motor ang kaya ng tt01 kit.. hope I helped with your question(s).. tapos pala, panget sa ta05, nababato sya due to open ung mga gears nya.. nakalabas.. di katulad ng tt01, sealed sya, both front and rear.. magastos ung ta05 sa mga mababatong asphalt kasi bibili ka ng bibili ng spur gear.. pero kung maganda naman ang tatakbuhan mo ng ta05 kit, then go buy it.. yun lang po.. good luck!!!
Maraming salamat po mga sirs sa mga advices ninyo..
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Old 09-12-2006, 01:49 AM
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Originally Posted by Slash_Dot
Baguhan lang po. Mga sirs, ano po ba ang magandang chassis para pang racing, yung belt drive o shaft drive po? Ano po ang mga advantages at disadvantages between these 2 chassis?
additional info lang sa sinabi ni voodoo, shaft driven cars are suited for tight ang technical tracks, while belt driven cars perform well on large flowing tracks. but with the right setup, these cars can outdo each other on any track... just my .02 cents
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Old 09-12-2006, 05:25 AM
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SlashDot: if you will be running purely spec/stock racing, there is merit to running a shaft driven car. but as you run faster race classes/motors, belt driven cars prove to be the better choice. the instantaneous reponse that shaft driven cars give has a real benefit to the slower stock/spec classes since the motors do not produce as much torque as a modified motor. but it mod, its is challenging to get a good set-up with a shaft driven car to get consistent runs/laps because of that very same reason .... torque. The higher power output of mod motors coupled with the instantaneous throttle response a shaft drive car gives makes the car a bit more unstable especially under hard acceleration. I've always found it harder to tune a shaft car for mod and drive it consistently compared to a belt car BUT when it comes to spec/stock racing, i still feel shaft cars have a slight advantage.
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Old 09-13-2006, 09:29 AM
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Default pre may second hand na ba ng BD YOKOMO magkano pre para pag uwi ko may BD na ako

Originally Posted by curious mind
Joji, musta na? EP nite race? kelan?
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Old 09-13-2006, 05:21 PM
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Originally Posted by rc_kangkaroots
Pare musta na? kelan ba uwi mo? YGPM
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Old 09-13-2006, 05:30 PM
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Originally Posted by ROBORAT
SlashDot: if you will be running purely spec/stock racing, there is merit to running a shaft driven car. but as you run faster race classes/motors, belt driven cars prove to be the better choice. the instantaneous reponse that shaft driven cars give has a real benefit to the slower stock/spec classes since the motors do not produce as much torque as a modified motor. but it mod, its is challenging to get a good set-up with a shaft driven car to get consistent runs/laps because of that very same reason .... torque. The higher power output of mod motors coupled with the instantaneous throttle response a shaft drive car gives makes the car a bit more unstable especially under hard acceleration. I've always found it harder to tune a shaft car for mod and drive it consistently compared to a belt car BUT when it comes to spec/stock racing, i still feel shaft cars have a slight advantage.
Thank you for detailed explanation about the 2 chassis. I will take that into consideration when I will buy my race car which is in the next few days..
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Old 09-13-2006, 10:03 PM
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curious: ang ganda naman ng avatar mo... pagawa naman ng avatar na may RB hehe may EP ba tayo on saturday??? miss ko na EP
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welcome in EPracing slashdot.

whats up EPthread?
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Old 09-14-2006, 03:28 AM
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Originally Posted by |JayFlores|
welcome in EPracing slashdot.

whats up EPthread?

wala atang tao today... tahimik ang ep thread...
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Originally Posted by rbboy
curious: ang ganda naman ng avatar mo... pagawa naman ng avatar na may RB hehe
i believe meron nang nakahanda si curious na avatar na may RB, naghihintay lang ng tamang panahaon at ng bagong...
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Originally Posted by VooDooPH
wala atang tao today... tahimik ang ep thread...

Knock-Knock!!! Tao Po!!!
Anybody home?
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Originally Posted by curious mind

Knock-Knock!!! Tao Po!!!
Anybody home?
papahinga lang pare. im starting to blast the bearings of the BD. kakatapos ko lang sa shocks.

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wala atang tao today... tahimik ang ep thread...
very quiet. siguro nag rready rin ang mga iba. for the month of october. kating -kati ka na ba sir?
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Old 09-14-2006, 04:34 AM
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Originally Posted by |JayFlores|
very quiet. siguro nag rready rin ang mga iba. for the month of october. kating -kati ka na ba sir?

parang nahigad ako sa kati!
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