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Old 04-07-2003, 06:06 PM   #1
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Hi Guys,

I am currently running the STS Pro 10, for the distributor in Australia.

I have started compiling a list of hints and tips on their web site for the benefit of their customers, and any one else interested.

take a look at http://www.melbournecityrc.com/forum/default.asp

I only have the first car at the moment but we are expecting the latest cars any day now ( hey Dino ), but most items should still be relevant .

Feel free to make comments or ask questions

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i like sts products too - i love my sts12 and i know dino. nice infos on the proII on ur site.
how does that pro compare to other fav car makes? which car is the pro most like? whats better and worse on the pro than it's nearest comparable car?

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i like sts products too - i love my sts12 and i know dino. nice infos on the proII on ur site.
how does that pro compare to other fav car makes? which car is the pro most like? whats better and worse on the pro than it's nearest comparable car?

uncle cyber
Well its no secret the Pro 10 is a copy of the Serpent Impulse, so that would be its nearest comparable car, but I am having reasonable successs running it against MTX3's a VoneRRs.

I dont like the fixed upper rear arm, i'd like to be able to adjust the rear camber indepentantly of track width. Having said that latest Serpent stays with that system.

The layout of the std tray is really tight, but the II has a better layout.

Waiting for my II to check out the latest version.

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do u get ur feedback to dino on the cars and motors u test? do u know if they (sts) take ur input and development suggestions and put them into production?

nice tips on the site - i looked at every one of them ...
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Cyber,

Its early days yet, just got the first car 3 months ago, but we are looking at establishing a relationship with them.

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