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Old 10-08-2007, 01:21 PM   #9301
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Old 10-08-2007, 02:45 PM   #9302
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I spoke with Freddy and he said to start by turning down the dual rate as much as possible and make the rear of the car rotate. He also said for that size track, biggest spur you can fit.
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I spoke with Freddy and he said to start by turning down the dual rate as much as possible and make the rear of the car rotate. He also said for that size track, biggest spur you can fit.
Thanks for the info, I already have the duel rate down as low as it can go....but I am sure i can stuff a bigger spur in there ill try that when i can get there to practice
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bill hunney,

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love ya XXXXXX

ps. last nite you where wonderful
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ok pete i know we are good friend but wtf

got it all going out wowowowowow i will be sending you other driver stuff to jimmy stuff and nathans
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first Tom Brown now you Petewhat this world coming too these days.
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Thanks for the info, I already have the duel rate down as low as it can go....but I am sure i can stuff a bigger spur in there ill try that when i can get there to practice
Bob is correct.
You want the rear to be free going in and through the middle but coming out you need to transfer more weight to the rear. If dual rate is not enough then you can also turn down your EPA's Some times on odd track a stiffer rear spring will allow rotation but put more pressure on the rear tires for the "bite" off the corner.

usually I would start with a 110 and go from there on the spur. A Larger spur will help off the corner and a smaller spur will carry more speed. Pay more attention to the size relation between pinion and spur after you get a good ratio.
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Bill , did you get my package ??
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yes thank you so much. did you get yours

man i have so many tires now
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Old 10-08-2007, 11:20 PM   #9310
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Hey Bill, I need a few things:

1/12th scale
brushless system
servo
6 4cell packs
2 bodies
Power supply
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Old 10-09-2007, 12:40 AM   #9311
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Hey, for how much you spend on your Cal-Open CSS team.. servers, vent, website a month, you could have a setup in no time!

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ok pete i know we are good friend but wtf

got it all going out wowowowowow i will be sending you other driver stuff to jimmy stuff and nathans
Thanks sweetie

Send tracking no when you get chance cheers Bill first big race of the winter coming up this weekend
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Bob is correct.
You want the rear to be free going in and through the middle but coming out you need to transfer more weight to the rear. If dual rate is not enough then you can also turn down your EPA's Some times on odd track a stiffer rear spring will allow rotation but put more pressure on the rear tires for the "bite" off the corner.

usually I would start with a 110 and go from there on the spur. A Larger spur will help off the corner and a smaller spur will carry more speed. Pay more attention to the size relation between pinion and spur after you get a good ratio.
That was going to be my next question, so yes, i will defiantly bump up my spur gear. Also I know almost everyone runs 64p gears, what is the advantage of 64p over 48p? Just curious, some of the guys at the track are switching to 48p, think maybe they are onto something or no??

thanks guys
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Old 10-09-2007, 06:23 AM   #9314
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welll after the Vegas discrace I decided to get a little more serious..LOL
went and ran the packs again in 1/12 scale last weekend and they ran awesome...managed to put a few laps on the track record and fast lap by .4 and they stayed strong the whole time...cant wait till the classic, we should be a little more prepared..the packs seem to get better the more I run them..
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