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Old 09-11-2011, 04:54 PM
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BTW got the shipping information over the weekend and all parts and kits should be in by weeks end.

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Old 09-12-2011, 02:52 AM
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Thanks guys,
here is a few pictures of the car with my freshly painted body!
Buggy looks good Russ.

I'd be interested in hearing how that 2090 pipe performs. Is it the real deal with the interchangeable stingers?

Might want to post your feedback on the pipe in the thread bellow. Question was asked but I don't think anyone was running it.

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Just wanted to post up details of how my weekend went here in the UK.

When i started using this car 2 weeks ago the guys i usually could beat were on the same pace.
Ive now tried every setup change on the car over the past 2 weeks and have improved it so much its unreal.

This weekend i set TQ both on the saturday meeting and sunday meeting.

On the saturday i went out in 1st and gained a lap lead over second place but found my fuel tank has split and ran out of fuel in 3 minutes after my 1st stop. So gutted there.

On the sunday started off from pole and managed to get upto 2 laps lead before coming into a problem with the rear bevel gear i believe but still ended up in 5th place.

But good result i think
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Hunter is at the 3.5 gallon mark and no issues.
All I have done is clutch bell bearings, changed shock and diff oils, still running stock bearings!
I always replace chassis bearings every gallon on every other car he has ever raced!

Just been trying to push the limits on it....

But it sounds like you are making forward progress on your set ups!!
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Hey Max..... What is the exact weight of those towers???
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Hey Max..... What is the exact weight of those towers???
I will know friday!!
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I will know friday!!
Man Russ... how many ya got coming???? I dont want to tap into your stash....
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Hey Russ,
I was looking at Hunters set-up, and noticed 43T/10T (straight) 46T/13T(S/C-B) yet in the parts listing at NGD, I see the 12T only with stock 40T, I believe . I am assuming this is an option gearing. Which gearing comes with the lastest kit coming.

My last buggy, I was using the 43T/10T (spiral) along with 46T/16T (S/C-B) and really liked the acceleration. only thing was the wear in the spiral cut and took lots of readjusting after several races.

Too much time on my hands thinking before the arrival, LOL
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I believe the EVO is 12/40 for stock with the 10/43 option. I know the Pro is 12/40 stock..... Both are straight cut which I prefer
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Hey Max..... What is the exact weight of those towers???
front is 31.5g
rear is 41g
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front is 31.5g
rear is 41g
Thanks Max... You wouldnt by any chance know the weight of the CF towers would you???
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Nice! I definately will consider theses for option at certain tracks in Texas.
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Thanks Max... You wouldnt by any chance know the weight of the CF towers would you???
you ever think you ask to many questions? LOL
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Thanks Max... You wouldnt by any chance know the weight of the CF towers would you???
BR5 EVO original CF tower by front is 22.5g and rear is 28g.
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