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With all the talk of HP-7's let me ask what's a good ohmage for a controller to run them ?

I've been using stock TYCO Controllers out of the sets .

Thx for the info .

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I was using my 45 ohm Parma last Saturday with an HP-7 at 20 volts,
and I thought it was a little too sensitive.
Then I tried my 60 ohm Parma and it was better.

The stock Tyco controllers I think are 70 ohm so that should work good.

* I've never raced an HP-7, I have 2 of them that someone gave me.
I put some PVT tires on them Saturday and was just testing them out.
They're slippery little cars.

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We use 45 ohm parmas and old afx russkits on mostly wide open tracks.
The layout is going to determine your controller more than anything.

Here´s a couple of layouts we run HP7s on...





Something more complex woud require a different controller,
but we like the wide uopen stuff.

Rich
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