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01-18-2004, 07:29 AM
Just to pass on some info on the Pro-lite and BIG spurs.
BIG BIG BIG Spurs............
Currently PRS only has stock big enough to make some 126's and smaller. After the Snowbirds they will look into these larger sizes. If we can get some material for the larger sizes before the birds I will keep you guys informed.
The new batch of Pro-lite Spurs have been released to our team guys for more R/D testing. We have machined some 112's and 124's which have 8 huge holes in the side. Not only are they ultra lightweight (124 is only 3 grams) they look really kool on the race car. I am awaiting some response from Eric Anderson and Jeff Helms as they ran them at the ARCOR race in GA this weekend. So I have been told, Bruce Triplett from R/C4less has taken some pics of the new Pro-lite's. Maybe we can get him to post them here on Hobbytalk.
Currently PRS Pro-lite Spurs hold 3 track records at Sandhills and a total of 5 in N.C.
If you guys have any questions or comments post them here.
01-18-2004, 12:43 PM
Hey Guys ..I run the new spurs for the first time this weekend ...Witout a flaw...They are supersmooth and super light ...The pinions and spurs are some High quality stuff....I ran the 124 Pro Lite spur in 4 cell mod and it worked great.......I thought I might have a problem with flex in the prolite gear but it worked fine ....If you havent Tried them yet give shoot Tony an email and he can put you in touch with the right places to get the PRS Racing Gears ...Thanks For the Tony and PRS...
Jeff HUMPTY Helms
Johns BSR Tires
Racers Edge Hobby Shop
Stick-Et race products
RC 4 less...Thanks to Bruce Triplett for the Ceramic Bearings
Those things are absolutely awesome....
01-18-2004, 01:43 PM
tony tornado, I'll come stop by at the birds for a free sample ......muuuuuuhahahahaha :devil: ....all kidding aside..... I bought a bunch of pinions when PRS was just getting going so to speak from Tony in the swap and sell section here on hobbytalk..... the pinions were great (i hear they have been refined some more since) and the at the time "sample" spur gear was, round and strong with no flex..... these too have been improved upon since as well. PRS makes quality stuff. :thumbsup:
01-18-2004, 02:21 PM
yup they do rock! less money than the second best gear on the market and they last 4 ever! the entire PRS camp should be proud! it took only 20 years for someone to make a great spur and pinnion,lol.. keep up the good work guys! :thumbsup:
01-20-2004, 06:03 AM
The boys at PRS have decided to order some stock so we can have some 128's and 132's. These gears will be the new Pro-lite for us at the Snowbirds.
If anybody is interested in checking out these new gears just look for the really big PRS banner.
Any questions or comments please post them here.
Thanks for all of the great props guys, we are trying to make the best pinions and spurs on the planet.
01-25-2004, 11:57 PM
PRS gears wins at AJ's.
Thanks guys, I managed to pull off a win there.
Matt says thanks again and will show off the stuff to the Springfield guys.
01-26-2004, 08:03 AM
Jeff "Humpty" Helms set a new track record at the flat track in Goose Creek in 1/12th scale 19 turn. He was using a 94 pro-lite.
Way to go Humpty...............
Anyone interested in the new Pro-lite's just look for these drivers at the Snowbirds or a track near you.
Eric Anderson (KSG)
Jeff Helms (Hyperdrive)
Jason Lambert (Trinity)
Tony Moffre (Trinity)
Walter Stubber (Oval Racing Concepts)
Brooks and Katfish (Big Dog R/C)
Any of the above drivers can help you out with any questions or info you may need.
01-26-2004, 08:36 AM
Hey tony, saw the new spurs from ricky and eric this weekend. They look awsome! If you got some time to talk let me know and i'll call ya. If not lets hook up after the birds. Good luck down there.
01-27-2004, 06:37 AM
You have my card, so call when you can. I can hook you up with some Pro-lite 88's.
Good luck to all PRS driver at the Snowbirds. We will be there in full force. Any driver with these gears will have an advantage because of their lower rotating weight............
Hey MK congrats on the win, must have been the gears right!!!!!!!!!ha ha. How did your buddy do. Thanks again for getting the word out to the guys up there, I have had a couple of contacts, Allen called but I have not been able to get in touch with and another guy out in Nebraska said you gave him my card and as soon as he gets rid of some inventory he will be placing a order. The pinions you were still needing should be back from anodize soon so check back with me next week and I will get you set up. If you have any info on the race this past weekend get it to me and I will try to get it posted on out website. We are working on getting a news page setup on the website to post race results for you guys that use our gears so get the information to us or Tony and we will work on getting it on the site.
Good luck to all at the Birds, and again thanks to all for getting this thing going
01-28-2004, 06:23 PM
Thanks Mike. Matt lead the B-main all the way until my other buddy Rob passed him for the lead. I'll send you some info.
01-28-2004, 06:41 PM
Hey MK Race and PRS...PRS gears also won the C-main at AJ's. Its the only gear to have :cool:
Hey "DJ" let me know for sure what sizes of spurs you need me to send out on friday so you will have for practice on Monday.
02-10-2004, 07:33 AM
The Snowbirds this year was great. I would like to thanks all of the PRS guys that were there representing and to Mike and Larry for making that 16 hour drive down to check us all out. A special thanks to EA, Humpty, Russell, Kenny and the whole KC team, Phil Marabella, "Old Man" Brooks from Big Dog R/C, and my wife and daughter.
I would also like to thank Jay Kimbrough for his professionalism and our polite conversations. Thanks Jay.
Out of the 14 total classes (oval/on-road) that were run this year, PRS took TQ in 9 and the win in 7.
Here are the oval results:
Adam Brown TQ and 1st place (by a lap)
4-cell Sportsman 19turn
Steve Goemans TQ and 1st Place
Barry Hill 3rd place
Eric Thomas 9th place
4-cell Expert 19turn
Mike Russell 2nd place
Eric Anderson 4th place
Jason Screffler 8th place
Greg Honeycutt 9th place
Brian "Ziggy" Ziegler 10th place and the TQ
4 cell Pro Mod
Mike Valentine 2nd place
Eric Anderson 6th place
1/12th scale 19turn
Jason Schreffler TQ and 1st place
Mark Recio 3rd place
1/12th Pro Mod
Eric "EA" Anderson 2nd place
Jeff "Humpty" Helms 7th place
Touring 19turn Oval
Bill "Katfish" Sell TQ
For the Oval program, PRS offered a $100.00 bonus to any A-main winner if they were using a PRS Pinion and Spur. We had three winners and they are Adam Brown in stock, Steve Goemans in 19turn, and Jason Schreffler in 1/12th 19turn.
To check out the On-road results please look for the PRS thread in the on-road section. We have some very big names running our gears.
Congratulations to all of the winners and thanks for using PRS Racing Gears.
02-10-2004, 10:16 AM
Tony & The PRS Gang,
Thanks a bunch for providing us with a superior product. If you haven't had a chance to try these gears, do so! You will NOT be disappointed!
02-10-2004, 10:48 AM
Congrats to Tony and the rest of the PRS drivers at the birds.
PRS Gears/Finishline Racing/TM Tires/Bigodgrc.com
02-10-2004, 11:23 AM
PRS gears are off the shizzzle...hahaha... thanks guys...
02-10-2004, 11:40 AM
Fo Shizzle my nizzle
02-10-2004, 01:06 PM
PRS Gear are better then anything on the market now. Plus they have great owners!
Are the new lightweight gears out now?
02-10-2004, 03:34 PM
Pepe drop me a line and let me know what you are looking for?
02-10-2004, 03:40 PM
The Pro-lite spurs will not be available for another couple of months. We are still making changes so we will have the best possible product for you drivers. I may have a sample of a production version later next week.
The lightened pinions are available and have been for almost a year.
02-10-2004, 04:05 PM
was there anyone more visible than tony at the 'birds? not that i'm aware of. i appreciate your advice and offering of a great product. keep up the good work and cut back on those smokes ;)
02-10-2004, 04:06 PM
Heard that Blueliner, Everytime I looked for him he was some place different LOL
02-10-2004, 04:09 PM
I hear ya................
I'll make sure to smoke up a pack just for you. If you need anything in the future just holla'
A special thanks to everyone involved in the Snowbirds, from the guys running the show, 800 plus drivers what can you say, Superior Hobbies for allowing us to sell our product at there shop, to all the factory teams that used our products, and congrats go out to all the racers who won using our gears or not. EA, great to meet one of the guys who push our stuff and has since the start and to everyone else that we had the pleasure of meeting in the short time we were there. This was a last minute thing for us to get involved in the Snowbirds, but what a show and if they will have us next year we will be back bigger and better. Special thanks to Tony for promoting us to all you guys and getting our name out there he was there till the end handing out several fun coupons to the A main winners. We are already looking forward to next year.
Thanks to everyone
Presision Racing Systems
02-14-2004, 12:01 PM
I ran your gears for the first time at the Snowbirds, I must say that you have a great product. Have you ever considered machining a small ridge in the gears so that they could accept the Kimbrough dust covers?..or thought of selling your own dust covers?
02-14-2004, 12:27 PM
The 12 hole standard and Pro-lite spurs are machined to accept the Kimbrough dust cover. You do need to use new covers to get them to fit tight. The touring car gears do not have the edge for the dust cover as they are not needed.
Eric, glad you were pleased with our product, let us know if you need anything else and thanks for your business.
Precision Racing Systems
02-14-2004, 02:52 PM
Mike it was great to meet you and Larry at the Birds. Glad you all had a safe trip home. Thanks for all the support for the past 10 months. The new pro-lite gears are simply awsome. When you impress guys like Barry Baker, Matt Francis, Brian Kinwald, Josh Cyrul, etc you know youve made your mark in RC and have a great product going.
Sent you a email though hobbytalk.
02-15-2004, 08:26 PM
Used PRS gears at birds. They are a great product and the people who make and sell them are great to. philip harwood "Thanks"
02-16-2004, 07:29 AM
02-16-2004, 08:12 AM
I would like to give a special thanks to Eric Anderson (EA) for all of his help on promoting our products. EA has been a great help at the local tracks offering advice and insight on PRS and their products. If anyone has the chance to meet Eric at your local tracks, stop by and ask about PRS gears. He may even give you a pinion to try..............
Thanks a bunch EA...........
02-16-2004, 10:30 AM
PRS and Sandhills Raceway..................
PRS is glad to announce that Sandhills Raceway will be going exclusive to PRS Racing Gears. As of September 2004 Sandhills Raceway will be exclusively carring only PRS pinions and spurs. This is a deal that has been in the works for almost a year and I am proud to announce that it is official.
PRS is also going to be a sponsor for the Sandhills Raceway's 2005 Manufacturer Challange. PRS will be the title sponsor for the PRO MOD class.
We at PRS are very excited about these big announcements and a special big thanks to Fabio Columbo and to Mike Russell for working out the details.
PRS wishes the best for Fab and his ongoing health issues. Get better Fab.............
02-17-2004, 07:56 AM
We are pleased to have Precision Racing Systems as the Official Gears of Sandhills Raceway and The Oval Masters.
02-20-2004, 04:50 AM
We would like to thank all of the racers and hobbyshops that support PRS. If it wasn't for you guys we would not be here today.
Thanks for running PRS Racing Gears.
Any questions feel free to drop me an e-mail.
02-20-2004, 11:35 AM
Hey Tony, Sorry dude I didn't get your message till last night. I tried to call you back but no answer so I left a message. Call me back when you can or I'll try to drop you a line either tonight or tomarrow.
Sorry again, :dude:
02-23-2004, 01:05 PM
Well here we go guys. Here are some pics of the new Pro-lite spurs and 48 pitch pinions.
64 pitch Pro-lite 12 hole Spurs
48 pitch pinions
64 pitch Pro-lite Touring 6-hole Spurs
Let me know what you guys think.
02-23-2004, 01:06 PM
Here is also a pic of the Pro-lite and a standard spur.
02-23-2004, 03:03 PM
man! they would look sweet in my pit box! has schumacher done anything with you guys yet tony? pro lite pro lite... :thumbsup:
02-23-2004, 03:53 PM
We have contacted Schumacher. Not sure if a deal has been worked out.
How many of you guys are going to the ARCOR Open in April?
Just want to find out who from PRS is going so I can have a class count.
With Cap season just around the corner, PRS would like to thank Jeff "Humpty" Helms for coming on board. Jeff is exclusive to PRS Racing Gears and should do us proud this summer. Check out Humpty and PRS at a local track near you.......................
Kimbrough 400...................here we come!
02-23-2004, 04:04 PM
To my Loyal Ohio Gang.............................
...............The Red Cap is heading your way in April......................
02-23-2004, 04:11 PM
When did you get a Red Cap LOL
02-23-2004, 04:12 PM
Hey HUMPTY you sure got the WOOL pulled over this guys eyes!!!!!!!!!!HEHE SEE YA HACKSAW :dude:
02-23-2004, 04:14 PM
Amen to that Hacksaw! LOL See you in Akron Humpty!
02-23-2004, 04:15 PM
Looks as if the Red is getting a rap from the critics.............
Brooks your killin' me man....................
but I did get the Red Cap from Fred Durst himself though................
02-23-2004, 04:34 PM
I can't tell if this is Tony or Fred??
02-23-2004, 04:35 PM
Either way it is not pretty!
02-23-2004, 04:39 PM
"freakin' me out you wore a mask called counterfeit......."
That would be Fred..............please do not post the other pic Eric.
I am thinking of having a Red PRS hat made though..............
02-23-2004, 05:02 PM
I want one
Tony you need to get a PRS avatar uploaded on here so we can use it.
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