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Old 03-29-2009, 10:36 PM
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Ill take one in the XL variety. Also it would be nice to have some hoodies made too esp. since the hanger is about 20 below zero just a thought. I thinks it would be cool.
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Originally Posted by Rdog
Ill take one in the XL variety. Also it would be nice to have some hoodies made too esp. since the hanger is about 20 below zero just a thought. I thinks it would be cool.
Expect an expanded line of Hangar 30 fashions for the 2009/2010 season. Hoodies, shirts, and warm hats are on the cutting table now.
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Originally Posted by PutAwayWet
Expect an expanded line of Hangar 30 fashions for the 2009/2010 season. Hoodies, shirts, and warm hats are on the cutting table now.
Socks! Hangar 30 flashdance socks!!!
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Originally Posted by PutAwayWet
Expect an expanded line of Hangar 30 fashions for the 2009/2010 season. Hoodies, shirts, and warm hats are on the cutting table now.
yes a hoodie made in a size that omar the tent maker would be proud of would be nice for me. 3-4XL would be great
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Shirts have been ordered!!



We will have them by April 11th (maybe by the race Wed April 8).

$25 per shirt, and we did order a few extras.

Thanks for your support of Seattle RC Racers!

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Originally Posted by jubilee
Shirts have been ordered!!



We will have them by April 11th (maybe by the race Wed April 8).

$25 per shirt, and we did order a few extras.

Thanks for your support of Seattle RC Racers!


which logo you end up going with?
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This is the finalized design...we had to do away with the "fade" on the front logo, so Zim turned it into a checkered finish line. Looks awesome!
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Originally Posted by jubilee
This is the finalized design...we had to do away with the "fade" on the front logo, so Zim turned it into a checkered finish line. Looks awesome!
Good Job!
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Hey guys, what is the brushed "equivalent" of the 13.5BL motors you're using in 1/12 scale?
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Originally Posted by jubilee
Hey guys, what is the brushed "equivalent" of the 13.5BL motors you're using in 1/12 scale?
i think a 13.5 is the same as a 19t
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Originally Posted by jubilee
Hey guys, what is the brushed "equivalent" of the 13.5BL motors you're using in 1/12 scale?
Unfortunately there is no common brushed equivalent to a 13.5. A 13.5 is faster than 27T stock and slower than a 19T. A 10.5 brushless is very close to a 19T brushed. Maybe a 23T (common in Asia) is close to a 13.5?

If you want to run 12th scale at Hangar 30 you really need to use a brushless setup.

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Originally Posted by MarkBrown
Unfortunately there is not common brushed equivalent to a 13.5. A 13.5 is faster than 27T stock and slower than a 19T. A 10.5 brushless is very close to a 19T brushed. Maybe a 23T (common in Asia) is close to a 13.5?

If you want to run 12th scale at Hangar 30 you really need to use a brushless setup.
Hmmm...I've got a spare Tekin FX pro brushed esc. Was hoping to put it to good use.
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I am with Mark, there is no equivalent. I suspect that todays 13.5's are faster then 19t. No matter who gets beat by what, it wont get called even.
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Originally Posted by jubilee
Hmmm...I've got a spare Tekin FX pro brushed esc. Was hoping to put it to good use.
Just start with a 27t. Plenty of zip. It's far from a snooze, believe me. (And anyway, your car comes with a GTX speedo and a CO27 You're set.)
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Hey guys, what is the brushed "equivalent" of the 13.5BL motors you're using in 1/12 scale?
Maybe a 23T (common in Asia) is close to a 13.5?

I can donate a 23T motor if needed
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