Dave I have an old charger if he wants to buy it. Its one one the old small trobo chargers.davepull said:hey John do you remember that kid Patrick that used to race with us he hung around with me???? well he wants to come and race but his charger crapped out on him and he needs to buy batteries. he has the money for the batteries but not a charger. do you have a spare he could use for the night?
Two more weeks. The 19t arms we will probley have a meating about friday.hurricaneracing said:How many races are races are left in this series and is the 19 turn class going to be any 19 turn, machine wound or hand wound or is it going to matter. Just courious I need to replace my C2 anyhow I think there all slap worn out......
John- IMO,only if you're very "hypercritical" about weight (overall car and/or front vs rear). Good question,though. I'll have to measure mine @ lunch. I'll let you know.DEEPBLUE said:Does 1/10th of an oz. or 2/10th of an oz. matter in oval ?? :freak: ( just the axle ) :thumbsup: How many oz. is your axle?? With gear, hubs, diff rings, diff balls, 10 screws and one small spacer!! ( full diff no tires )
What not for a beginner??? Oval??? Please...19t for touring may not but oval???? Come on...Let's see you oval pull trigger, let off trigger a little, turn left, pull trigger, let off trigger a little, turn left pull trigger. Sounds toooo simple too me. :jest:shawnleary said:...19t is not for the beginner.
Ha! That's where I got my start 5 yrs ago! I had bought an L3 when they first came out from CPT. I built it in 2 days because I was home from work early & very bored sitting at home. (Hurricane Floyd) Then I found out that 19t was the only class I could run it in. I originally wanted to run w/the Spec guys 'cause they had the cool NASCAR paint jobs,but this is before "Pro-Spec",so I ran in 19t (Chameleon 1 motor/2000-2400mAh era) for a couple of years.shawnleary said:.......19t is not for the beginner. . .