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Old 06-14-2013, 12:01 AM   #21
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will you run them tomorrow at the Ostblock Party ?
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Old 06-14-2013, 09:00 AM   #22
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@fritzthefly - hope you will get your motors soon


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will you run them tomorrow at the Ostblock Party ?
No, Christian...time was to short. I have to change my foams also with the new weight, but at the nats of france i will start with them.


See you both on the rocks tomorrow
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Old 06-16-2013, 08:31 AM   #23
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Yesterday was the next comp in the eastside of my country. Unfortunately, there was little problems in the beginning. A night before the comp i have to change the servo because the old one was gone to the end one day before.

The next big problem i had on the first course. the frontmotor stopped working before i could clear gate 5. i have to do a outside repair. A friend of mine(Big Thx to Timo!!!!!) find out, that the winding of the Motor was damaged. I think the Old motors heard that them should be exchanged and thanked on the course for these. that's the reason why i have to build in the brand new holmes at the compside to have the chance to finish the comp. And what could i say - they work really great and i' m able to do the third place.


1.5 hours engine swap at the compside




3. servo in one year driving, what i had to change


RTR weight with 110g in Front and the new puller 500S inside yesterday


...but the end was fine...




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Old 06-17-2013, 11:05 AM   #24
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nice job , you re ready for the french nat .
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Old 06-21-2013, 09:10 AM   #25
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Good job at Super Crawl and your results. Nice work on your rig.what specs are your Puller 500's? Glad to see the G3 Cyclones on your rig. They work great on my rig and is good to see others getting use out of them. Tomi told me someone else had them now.

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Old 06-21-2013, 08:58 PM   #26
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@cyprinhunter-thx a lot and really looking forward to meet you and your reptile in one month at the nat's of france

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Good job at Super Crawl and your results. Nice work on your rig.what specs are your Puller 500's? Glad to see the G3 Cyclones on your rig. They work great on my rig and is good to see others getting use out of them. Tomi told me someone else had them now.
Thanks for compliment about the work at Supercrawl with the "reptile". I tried my best, but your friends from Finland were simply superior in the final and probably my person a little bit to nervous. But was very satisfied with the overall performance, especially considering the fact that I only perform crawling for one year now.

With the design selection of rims I've really been looking for a very long time until I'm finally able to find in your Tread. Important was light and stiff and your wheeldesign is definitely both. I also looked out for a design which was similar to the coat of arms of the "isle of man" which i visited in the Year 2000 with my motorbike - it shows three leg's...

The motors are 30T. I drove one year the team motors with KR-four maget cans from brood with 30t also inside, but the new ones from john works very different to them.

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Old 06-21-2013, 10:13 PM   #27
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In glad you like the design and it suited the design them of The Isle of Man. The guys from Finland are driving very strong at the monent. I need more drive time myself. Im keen to watch jow this build develops for you too. Good luck in future events

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Old 06-22-2013, 12:44 AM   #28
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those reptile chassis look great!
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Old 06-23-2013, 05:16 AM   #29
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@Oz Bruiser - thx, and the same to you, about good luck

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those reptile chassis look great!
Yes, that's thrue, but the reason why i drive these chassie is - it works great, especially with the higher skidplate.


since the car in the rear now has about 60g less weight, I wanted to try to reduce the weight in front also. Did the test run in the night performed, because It was to hot for me in the day and I drive at night anyway actually very pleasant ...only the stones, the rig and you - nothing else more...good for setup tests

The test run was even better than I thought. It's really impressive where you come up everywhere. Just be aware with fast movements, otherwise it makes a departure by the lack of weight forward. I have to test the next days if it works fine, or i still have to put some weight at the front back...we will see




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Old 07-03-2013, 01:08 PM   #30
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Here is the current ranking of our national comps after round three. Now only one comp is missing. One Stringresult.

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Really..."P u s s y" came in 11th place?
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It looks like the lower rear links are higher then the upper links at one spot. Wow thats a cool chassis.
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Really..."P u s s y" came in 11th place?
Yes, that's true - "P U S S Y " at the moment came in 11th place



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It looks like the lower rear links are higher then the upper links at one spot. Wow thats a cool chassis.
I am pleased that you like the Reptile and for shure the lower links close to the upper links. But it works perfekt on the rocks for me. The crawler slides for this reason wonderful on edge before the rear wheels ensure the continued advance.I tried links with a little more distance between the lower and the upper links but i did't like so much. I think it depends on driving style, whether like it or not.

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Old 07-08-2013, 04:11 PM   #34
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Got some new parts. Thanks for fast shipping. - only 8 days until I got.


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At the Super Crawl I became aware of laalaa's skinny rovers. He told me that he had more grip, better steering and less weight than conventional tires. The idea to implement this too, no longer let myself go since. After I had installed my new engine I knew that I had to have. The main argument for me was to reduce weight at the rear. I asked a friend ,namely "Highfly", for help. He is known for as a good producer of super tires. The reason why he made these tires for me was that he also think a long time before to make some smaller 2.2 tires for himself. A Big thx to Tom for making the tires for me and Lasse for the great idea!!! After I got the beautiful parts two days ago, i drove yesterday a little fun comp with that tires. My result was very bad, but it was a good chance for the testing in Comp situation before the nats in france. I think it's a hard work to choose the right foamsetup. Perhaps crawler innovation could help me. Also now i have to test how much weight i need in front. The shockoil and perhaps the springs i think i have to change also with these new setup. Now i have to test two weeks and then i will see what happens at the biggest Comp in France - the BIG.












We do the same size like boss claws, because perhaps we could switch between the tires. I think i would also like to try Bossi's in front and lightweight skinny rovers in the rear.

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The weight difference is amazing!
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Good that you got skinny tires done
How did you like them? Isn't it nice to get full steering w/o rubbing
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Like already told, just take your time to get familier with your new setup. Think also about you have to break in the rovers To get them working. I really liked the "featherlight" dynamic of your rig to get up that little rock @ Timo's place.

Perhaps one day, I have to get a new toy....
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Good luck at the "BIG" Stephan! And take 2 pairs of Bossis in your luggage,perhaps you can drive 30g less Knuckleweights with "fat" Bossis
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as you can lose so much weight in so little time
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