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  1. I usually just by pass the plugs with wire from the guide to motor. Will look around the junk to see if there are any laying on the work bench.
  2. The broken chassis will not make any difference when you put it back on the shelf. They are so crap to drive, believe me I tested mine.
  3. Matt The problem is with the mould, the silicon had air bubbles is it, when you apply the pressure during casting it forces the resin into the air bubble holes..If you used Pinkysil it tends to set faster, than some other silicons so that air bubbles are often a problem.You can de gas the silicon under vacuum or try pouring it from about 8 or 900 mm above mould.Also mix the silicon slowly.
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    Car Weight

    The amount of weight is depending on a lot of things. Voltage you are running on, grip of the track surface, grip of the tyres and the style and size of the track. A track with larger sweeping corners usually requires less weight than a tight twisty track. I think Kevan quote of “adding weight till the car gets slower is a great guide.”
  5. The price of SRC has skyrocketed. Close to double of a Slot It car. Very hard to justify that cost.
  6. Track surface and amount of rubber build up vary so much from club to club, and even night to night that tyre choice becomes what works on your track on that particular race.
  7. Never had a problem with Revo 30 and 25 shore,but the 22 s do ball up a bit once there is a lot of rubber down on our routed tracks.
  8. Scaling the chassis pic it looks like the car is close to scale. Around 75/76 wheelbase and 50mm wide.
  9. kalbfellp

    Alexander Heights

    Gazza , looks good is that on a single sheet again like the last one?
  10. Thanks for sharing Glenda’s pics, she is always busy with the phone even at club racing.
  11. Seems ironical that it is Australian Championship, and the only race report is what Pepsi posted on Home Racing World in the US!
  12. Thanks results only posted today. Looks like only promoted on FB. I only knew about it because one guy from down here went up to race.
  13. The Australian Revo Slot Championship were held over the weekend at Show Us Ya Slots I was wondering if the full results are available anywhere? I have looked on their FB page but only Place getters and a couple of short video clips are on there.
  14. Charles I think the later 26d May have normal brown windings. Where’s Bid Den he had some 26ds
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