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  • #61
    You need to get some GOOP, Paul, I use it more than JB Weld! I holds tight, but is amazingly removeable!


    • #62
      Thanks for the repairs, Once again Robert....

      Congratulations to the winners and many thanks to the organisers and drivers, can't wait to get my sweaty little hands on those cars.



      PS Paul....If your Flubber continues it's "Blowin' in the Wind" trick, I have a complete spare bodyshell that can be fitted when it arrives in the UK, same colours but without the Canadian Flag.....


      • #63
        Thanks for the kind offer, but I do believe Robert has come to the rescue with some kind of rubberized Goo.

        The silly thing is that I knew the body would part company in a crash but it never occurred to me what would happen under race conditions until them nerfin' Shoreliners got going with it.

        Absolutely no idea how that thing will behave on Terry's track when the gearing's more suitable for ovals!


        • #64
          Your car is more drivable and controllable in the twisty bits than several other cars with the same tires and motor. The 21.5k Slot.It likes tall gears.


          • #65
            Originally posted by Robert Livingston View Post
            #59 Porsche 911, Attic Racer, 74.6 laps.
            Best Lap Time: 5.528 sec.
            Great pictures of raceday. Glad to see my car in photos even running near the back of the pack.

            Any thoughts on handling or gearing from the driver or drivers that ran the Brumos 911? This is my first proxy race and I am starving for information to build a better car.



            • #66
              Greg, you car is plenty fast on the straights, with a good motor, about the right weight, and a good gear ratio. It might be faster if it rode a little lower, and might do better with a different compound of tire, at least on my track. It could also use a little smoother action in the motor pod. Dave's Fly Racing Porsche had the holes drilled out where the suspension screws pass through the chassis, and so the car can move up and down and rock on the pod without catching. I also think the body should be more free to rock on the frame, with plastic trimmed off the edges of the chassis where it interferes with the sills of the body.


              • #67
                Thanks Robert! That is exactly what I am looking for.


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