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Old 04-05-2003, 05:29 PM   #3211
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Lolz simon shut up lol always messin wit my posts dont make me come to to the bronx and beat your ass down or ill jus get og nigahz there and kill you how bout that haha


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I was wondering how fast will my ntc3 rtr out of the box? What about with new gearing and a 2 speed? My goal is too reach 50-55? any suggestion no i dont want a new engine allready
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Old 04-05-2003, 05:33 PM   #3212
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IM sorry im half and half sorry i did not mean to say that sorry rctech heh i hope you guys dont mind..
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I was wondering how fast will my ntc3 rtr out of the box? What about with new gearing and a 2 speed? My goal is too reach 50-55? any suggestion no i dont want a new engine allready
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Old 04-05-2003, 06:15 PM   #3214
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with the 2 speed get the World Gearing that mark pavadis won with and use that i use it all the time its just great for big tracks. Or use the Non RTR kit Gearing
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Old 04-05-2003, 07:35 PM   #3215
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Where can i find the gearing and things about Mark Padvis?
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Old 04-05-2003, 08:26 PM   #3216
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1st gear 21/54
2nd 27/48
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Old 04-06-2003, 09:48 AM   #3217
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Old 04-06-2003, 10:29 AM   #3218
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drive4fun,
Go to the AE website www.rc10.com and look at Marks set-up sheet for the Worlds. It's there along with several others.
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Old 04-06-2003, 09:05 PM   #3219
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Has anyone used Associated Team Green Slime to help seal there leaky shocks? Or do you all just get the rebuild kits? Also how often do you all rebuild your shocks??

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Has anyone used Associated Team Green Slime to help seal there leaky shocks? Or do you all just get the rebuild kits? Also how often do you all rebuild your shocks??

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Green slime dies not seal anything. Its a Lub. i redo my shocks every month
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Old 04-06-2003, 09:47 PM   #3221
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hi guys, rememebr i was the one whom complaint about the pipe issue?

well its finally solved by using another pipe. no more engine issues and tunning was spot on. i strip my first spur gear last weekenmd. cool. this car generate so much power that the rear break traction everywhere.

now i need a good setup to hold the tail down while i gun the sweaper.


please advise on how to get more raer traction.. its fish tailing everywhere.



front red spring rear copper and running front one way.
everthing else is stock except the pipe ofcourse.

and thank to the cguy whom gave me the idea to swap the pipe. its awesome . 1 question for you, i tried to mount the pipe in the middle of the car and it did nt work because of the stinger and the the manifold is hitting the carrier handle. so i routed the other side.

please advise
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hi guys, rememebr i was the one whom complaint about the pipe issue?

well its finally solved by using another pipe. no more engine issues and tunning was spot on. i strip my first spur gear last weekenmd. cool. this car generate so much power that the rear break traction everywhere.

now i need a good setup to hold the tail down while i gun the sweaper.


please advise on how to get more raer traction.. its fish tailing everywhere.



front red spring rear copper and running front one way.
everthing else is stock except the pipe ofcourse.

and thank to the cguy whom gave me the idea to swap the pipe. its awesome . 1 question for you, i tried to mount the pipe in the middle of the car and it did nt work because of the stinger and the the manifold is hitting the carrier handle. so i routed the other side.

please advise
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Old 04-06-2003, 11:00 PM   #3223
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so what pipe are you using fuse? share the wealth please

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hi guys, rememebr i was the one whom complaint about the pipe issue?

well its finally solved by using another pipe. no more engine issues and tunning was spot on. i strip my first spur gear last weekenmd. cool. this car generate so much power that the rear break traction everywhere.

now i need a good setup to hold the tail down while i gun the sweaper.


please advise on how to get more raer traction.. its fish tailing everywhere.



front red spring rear copper and running front one way.
everthing else is stock except the pipe ofcourse.

and thank to the cguy whom gave me the idea to swap the pipe. its awesome . 1 question for you, i tried to mount the pipe in the middle of the car and it did nt work because of the stinger and the the manifold is hitting the carrier handle. so i routed the other side.

please advise
Dude.. where do u run ur NTC3? At PA, or Marina?? I'm currently testing my car @ Marina. Was using the same set-up as u mentioned, but going to sitch back to all ball diffs in the car..
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