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Old 05-28-2009, 07:00 AM
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Good news!!!! I got a message from the boss last night. Express received their motor shipment yesterday and my motors will be shipping today. I'll have them in time for next Saturday.

So all I need to know now is what are we running in 4wd.... 10.5 or is it still open mod?
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Old 05-28-2009, 07:22 AM
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Everybody is putting 10.5's in their cars.
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Old 05-28-2009, 08:48 AM
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Originally Posted by RCHR
Everybody is putting 10.5's in their cars.
Thanks Mark. I'll be there.
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Your welcome. Did you get a chance to temp your motor after the 8 minute main?


Yeah, 150 after 8 minutes of hard driving to try to stay ahead of and then catch up to you.
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Originally Posted by Hydrodancer
Your welcome. Did you get a chance to temp your motor after the 8 minute main?


Yeah, 150 after 8 minutes of hard driving to try to stay ahead of and then catch up to you.
Bryan,

Thanks for temping my motor!

Mark,

do you know what a good temp is for a brushed motor?
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Old 05-28-2009, 12:24 PM
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hello everyone, is anyone running the sc10 saturday or is it in slash /sc10 class now or is there no more class just run what you brung in short course ????
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I just set up an FS with a 10.5. Now I just need the saddle pack(on its way). Just tried it outside using zip-ties with my ip5000 .

Still really like 2wd but I think I now have something for any class that will be run, indoors or out.

rb5-indoors
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sc10 in or out
hyper9e outdoors
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Old 05-28-2009, 02:12 PM
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Originally Posted by jombo
hello everyone, is anyone running the sc10 saturday or is it in slash /sc10 class now or is there no more class just run what you brung in short course ????
I will be there with my SC10. There is like 3 or 4 of us who have SC10s. They run them with the Slash's. All around good fun.
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Old 05-28-2009, 02:23 PM
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sweet, i just installed the GT2 rear 1.5 hubs and the only thing you cant do is make the wheelbase longer or shorter. the parts you need are the gt2 hubs of course and one pair of the larger bearings for the outer hub. i also installed some xtm excellerator cvd axles and are perfect fit with the gt2 hubs . its all about point and click or as some put it on and off switch lol .

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Originally Posted by jombo
sweet, i just installed the GT2 rear 1.5 hubs and the only thing you cant do is make the wheelbase longer or shorter. the parts you need are the gt2 hubs of course and one pair of the larger bearings for the outer hub. i also installed some xtm excellerator cvd axles and are perfect fit with the gt2 hubs . its all about point and click or as some put it on and off switch lol .
Looks like fun see you sat.
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Hey guys, I am looking to get an offroad something soon and would like to know what is being raced at the track? I see that the 4 wheel drives are popular but what other classes are popular there?
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[QUOTE=jombo;5869827]sweet, i just installed the GT2 rear 1.5 hubs and the only thing you cant do is make the wheelbase longer or shorter. the parts you need are the gt2 hubs of course and one pair of the larger bearings for the outer hub. i also installed some xtm excellerator cvd axles and are perfect fit with the gt2 hubs . its all about point and click or as some put it on and off switch lol .

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at RCHR we are using ROAR SCT rules, but allowing the Traxxas titan , and the REEDY 17turn from both RTR's trucks. All other rules should be followed.. We have a good time and race our SCT trucks.. I run a SC10 also. See you saturday.

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the most popular classes are seeming to be SCT, and 4wd. Both are equally fun. There is also a Sportsman class for beginners on Saturdays.
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[QUOTE=Raul Garcia;5870369]
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at RCHR we are using ROAR SCT rules, but allowing the Traxxas titan , and the REEDY 17turn from both RTR's trucks. All other rules should be followed.. We have a good time and race our SCT trucks.. I run a SC10 also. See you saturday.
well then i wont see you saturday , the sc10 has a 17 turn brushless not a 17.5 and its a 380 size , the slash is well on the shelf waiting for a motor , it has a 27 turn hpi in it now. see you all next time then
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well then i wont see you saturday , the sc10 has a 17 turn brushless not a 17.5 and its a 380 size , the slash is well on the shelf waiting for a motor , it has a 27 turn hpi in it now. see you all next time then
I think a 17t brushless motor is ok. Seeing how the guys are running 10.5
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Originally Posted by phathedrc18t
I think a 17t brushless motor is ok. Seeing how the guys are running 10.5
I think youll be ok...
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