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Old 01-13-2006, 03:50 PM   #1561
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4200's!!!! Wow. Would there be ANY reason to run this in stock or 19T TC over 3800's?
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Old 01-13-2006, 04:10 PM   #1562
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I got my car yesterday DC in the EC fo sheeee Z
You make it sound so Sleezey...
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Old 01-13-2006, 04:22 PM   #1563
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You make it sound so Sleezey...
DC just makes it faster
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You might want to ask Greg if he's going to run for BN RCAING again this season?
FO LIFE!............My BN Homie!!!!!!
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4200's!!!! Wow. Would there be ANY reason to run this in stock or 19T TC over 3800's?

Well, for the average racer probably not. But at the larger events when these batteries become ROAR legal I'm sure you'll see most a-main participants using them. Just for the simple fact they'll deliver more voltage later in the run over a battery that has less runtime.


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Old 01-13-2006, 05:20 PM   #1566
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X-Factory’s prototype 2wd buggy, X-6!!!


Right now the car is still a rough prototype, with magnesium chassis and aluminum towers. Greg’s debuting the X-6 at this weekends Winter Fest race in Ohio. From what I’ve heard he’s on pace with Ryan Cavalari and Jesses Roberts, not bad for the first time out….. Enjoy the pic


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Old 01-13-2006, 07:32 PM   #1567
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That's what I'm talking about. BN since 74.... Should we let Curtis in to?????
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Old 01-17-2006, 09:54 PM   #1568
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Old 01-17-2006, 10:22 PM   #1569
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how did Gregs weekend with the x6 go ?
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how did Gregs weekend with the x6 go ?
My weekend with the X - 6 went pretty well. The only thing that kept me out of the A main was a mistake by me in the last qualifier. I was on a run that would of put me around 6th or 7th. I know, I know........woulda, coulda, shoulda.........lol...................Anyway...... ........I think the car worked pretty well for its first time out. I am very happy with the way the car jumps and corners. We will be working to gain a little more forward bite to help on tracks that are really slippery like the one last weekend. Watch out when we get to tracks that have med to high traction.............Yee Haaa.......should be fun!!!

There is a nice little track down the street from DC and Curtis and I are planning on hitting it in the next week, once we get caught up with stuff here at the shop.
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thanks Greg, sounds like its off to a pretty good start.....once it makes it to production, is the current plan for it to be a composite tub, or flat graphite ?
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DCMotor, i just pickup a 9x2 mod for 1/12 scale and would like to know how to setup, what spring and brush should i use.
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DCMotor, i just pickup a 9x2 mod for 1/12 scale and would like to know how to setup, what spring and brush should i use.

If the motor is on a Ti3 platform use; Reedy 738 brushes, red springs (if using 3800's).... How big is your track? Outdoor or indoor?


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If the motor is on a Ti3 platform use; Reedy 738 brushes, red springs (if using 3800's).... How big is your track? Outdoor or indoor?


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The track is large, indoor carpet and yes i am using 3800, the motor is the Ti, i was thinking to use the xxx brush so i don't have to cut the arm that much what do you think about that?
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