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Old 02-22-2012, 07:49 PM
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Default Ofna dm1 1/7 drag ready

Here is my custom dm1. Originally started as dm1 spec, then later converted it to a pro 1/7 scale. Currently running a lrp30 bump start ofna pipe. Stock gearing enough to pull 65mph plus. Run both jr 9100 servos. This is my baby that I pamper to drag race @150 ft. Let me know what you all think or any possible suggestions.thanks




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Old 02-22-2012, 11:34 PM
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Really nice looking RC there...

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Old 02-23-2012, 05:55 AM
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What times are you getting?
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Old 02-23-2012, 08:28 AM
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What times are you getting?
we run 150 ft average time is about 2.3sec. at about 50mph
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WHERE CAN I BUY THAT PART THAT IS YOUR CAR FOR THE SIDES? WHICH ONE WITH SCISSORS FRONT BACK?

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Originally Posted by OLERECIO View Post
WHERE CAN I BUY THAT PART THAT IS YOUR CAR FOR THE SIDES? WHICH ONE WITH SCISSORS FRONT BACK?

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Not sure which parts but i think you are talking about the side body mounts where the exhaust exits if so they come includede in a 1/7 th scale u can also buy them through ofna. Thanks
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There already is a thread for the DM-1 cars. So, why start this one ?
By the way, if you ever get an engine that puts out some serious
power and r.p.m.'s, you may want to invest in some better tires.
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dasmurf......

Nice looking car. It must have some grunt with a .30.

By way of suggestion, I'd say look at that gasket between your manifold and muffler to make sure it isn't sliding into the exhaust pipe. My phone picture looks like the gasket is out of wack. I had that happen once and it really affected my top rpm.
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Originally Posted by rageworks View Post
There already is a thread for the DM-1 cars. So, why start this one ?
By the way, if you ever get an engine that puts out some serious
power and r.p.m.'s, you may want to invest in some better tires.
So you are telling me that the lap doesn't have serious power? Well I would like some suggestion what is out there that has more power and torque to move my 1/7 th scale from point a to point b faster than it is already.

By the way never had any issues with the tires. I get awesome grip where we run now on my 1/7 th scale mamba 2 speed i do run belted sweeps.

Really I open to any motor suggestions.
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