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Posted By Willystylz

RE: Official E-FIRESTORM thread

On a track yes, as you slow down into a corner, with lighter springs up front more weight will transfer to the front giving more steering. For bashing and high speed runs it'll be less effective lol...
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: Official E-FIRESTORM thread

Adding some weight to the front will help add a little more steering. You could also lower the front ride height. Lighter springs and shock oil up front will all help also. :D
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: Official E-FIRESTORM thread

I've heard that to be a problem of the clone Deans.

That game did suck......blame us for thinkin we had that one in the bag goin into the 3rd [:o]
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: Official E-FIRESTORM thread

Any "high current" connectors are good. Power Poles aren't very popular in the rc car/truck world but are definitely a viable alternative, especially if you can't or don't want to solder.
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: Official E-FIRESTORM thread

Unless he was talking about those cheap little crimps (not sure of the name) ??

But in a Power Pole there is absolutely nothing wrong with a good crimp.
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: Official E-FIRESTORM thread

LOL I've a similiar one as yours Red and I haven't used it for months. Lately, I've been using my 90W Radio Shack soldering iron with a worn-out tip and couldn't be happier :D
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: Lee's Tamiya F104 PRO build thread

Lee, are you holding out on the finished pics of this build? Or did you screw something up royally and you're awaiting parts?
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: Official E-FIRESTORM thread

Soldering's a snap once you've learned the knack of how to do it properly. With all my 1/8 stuff I use EC5 connectors and with my 1/10 rc's my preferred method is to plug the esc directly into the...
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: Official E-FIRESTORM thread

I learned the hard way:D
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: Official E-FIRESTORM thread

Do yourself a HUGE favour and buy the $39. If you buy the $12 ones it'll end up costing you $51 as the $12 are useless and you'll end up eventually ordering a $39 crimper, and that's without...
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: Sprint 2 Shocks

I have both my Sprint 2's decked out with the HB shocks from the Cyclone and if I'm not mistaken the new TCX uses the same shocks. Beautiful shocks and IMO just as good as the aluminum Tamiyas.

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Posted By Willystylz

RE: Official E-FIRESTORM thread

Rob, did you request royalties???:D
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: Official E-FIRESTORM thread

Ha I knew it!:D

Gonna have to rename ya SC-Rob soon:)
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: Official E-FIRESTORM thread

Yeah I believe Fri and Sat they had SC and 2WD buggies goin at it.
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: need id of car

Yeah I think you're right.......I'd swear those are HPI Competition shocks though lol...
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: need id of car

Send HPI an email with a pic and see what they say.

Like you say the hubs are odd......must be a pretty old model (late '90's?)
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: need id of car

The Super RS4 has captured rod ends just like the OP's mystery car
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: need id of car

The top deck is a little different........I think we all agree it's an HPI something:D
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: need id of car

Actually looking at the position the servo is sitting I'd say it's a HPI Super RS4.
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: need id of car

It looks like a hopped up HPI Sprint. The shocks definitely look like HPI.
11-15-2010, 10:47 PM
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: Does the hobby really need to be cheaper?

One example of how cheap the hobby has become is the Associated RTR 2.4 Brushless SC10 for about $260. To me it's a helluva deal.

The electronics alone are worth $220. So essentially you're...
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: whats so good about 2.4 ghz?!?!?!?

I personally think the only person allowed to talk in 3rd person is TBJ...:D
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: Official E-FIRESTORM thread

Where'd you order from Red?

A couple yrs ago I ordered a decent sized bag of power poles from powerwerx.com for a decent price. They seem to be the power pole headquarters.
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: whats so good about 2.4 ghz?!?!?!?

I almost got my head taken off by a flying 10lb buggy going 40mph all because of AM...........NEXT!:eek:
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Posted By Willystylz

RE: Official E-FIRESTORM thread

I have a feeling you'll be asking Santa for a Tri-Crimp :D I can crimp in my sleep with this thing...:)
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