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 5B/5D Initial Setup Sheet

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estrellainc
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PostSubject: 5B/5D Initial Setup Sheet   Wed Jan 27, 2010 3:09 am

it has been told that champions wont "give" away secrets.
truth is there are many advances/changes happening every year in the RC world.
Its sad that it wont be long before our "favorite" baja and setup will become "yesteryears tech".

We can give 2 chef's all the tools and ingredients to bake a cake, but you wont get the "same" CAKE.
In the "RC pit" world, "you" are synonymous to the "chef" in the kitchen.

And in competition, you can't "race" if your alone. It is our friends we race, we brag to, laugh with, and support lose or win.

I humbly ask, ALL of RCBO, that we pay forward my effort to give basic support.
Not for me, but to advance and grow our drag racing community.

i hope to see you soon at the races!
carlos

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this is a basic setup for drag racing. it is PROVEN to track HARD and straight.

the steering response is reduced to help hold tighter lines.
rear wheels have more forward traction.

i give you my 5D setup sheet.

It's just basic settings i have tested that anyone could use.
i focused on straightline stability and forward traction.
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i recommend using a soft compound tire as your first upgrade.
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PostSubject: Re: 5B/5D Initial Setup Sheet   Wed Jan 04, 2012 2:46 am

thanks Carlos
I don't think theres any drag racing up here in Washington, but I'm going to run on pavement.
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PostSubject: Re: 5B/5D Initial Setup Sheet   Sat Jan 07, 2012 2:13 pm

welcome to the forum tap.
hope it helps!

when driving onroad, i noticed thickest oils and diff lockers tend to push too much around corners. using an SS diff with stock oil will certainly help you make faster/tighter turns.
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PostSubject: Re: 5B/5D Initial Setup Sheet   Sat Jan 07, 2012 7:24 pm

thanks e
woof! that went right over my head
I'm an old guy whos just starting out, got the hpi buggy frame built.
Am going to put a glass rod body on it.
not having much luck attaching a pic though.
Tap


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