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 Posted: Feb-22-2014 04:53PM
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Your gearing is wayyyy off. Start with 72/33 or 69/33 for starters. Green/black front springs work well with a white rear spring.

 Posted: Feb-22-2014 03:48PM
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Just got home from some practice laps

1st time there & 1st time running off-road in a few years

Wow... what a great place! Awesome job Norcal crew!!!

I'm looking to run sportsman 17.5 2wd tomorrow

My set up feels pretty good (B4.2), I have plenty of steering

But... really had a ton of trouble in the middle. The huge table top at an angle then into the big Double. Found it really tough with 17.5 to motor through there consistently

Couple questions: Any input on front & rear spring setup's??? (I have the stock kit big bore front springs & white on the rear)

Motor timing advise... I'm running a Thunder Power 17.5 Z3R was running 30 pinion & 81 spur with 20 deg motor timing advance (motor was warm to touch... not hot at all) Can anyone recommend a gear combo and any idea how much I can crank up the motor timing on this motor?? (I know some motors like more timing than others)

Thanks ya'll!!!

JbayRC
 Posted: Feb-22-2014 02:23PM
 Edited:  Feb-22-2014 12:00AM
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No racing for Garrett and I tomorrow. Hopefully next Sunday.

 Posted: Feb-22-2014 01:41PM
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The ELite cars won't mess up the track anymore than 4wd SC, so I don't have a problem with them racing at Norcal. What I would like to see in both classes is some type of driver control qualification before you are allowed to hit the track with either. And only marshals that know what they are doing should marshal those classes. Of course the guys that are best suited for that marshal job want nothing to do with marshaling those classes. That is another big sticking point.

 Posted: Feb-22-2014 11:44AM
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I think racing E-Buggy lites is a good thing. The class is starting to gain traction in California and some people would like to run the 1/8 gear they have on race-day without driving an hour or two. It's a new class at a new track, so there's bound to be growing pains. Best thing is for drivers to keep in control of their car, and for marshals to be extra cautious when marshaling any race. I've seen close calls in 2wd, and 4x4.

 Posted: Feb-22-2014 10:58AM
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I have no problem with Lites. The question is, are people going to race one in addition to their existing class/classes or stop racing one class to race another?

We already have too many classes (IMO) and I'd hate to see any class further diluted.

 Posted: Feb-22-2014 10:31AM
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I'm racing lites. From all the race videos I've seen, the driving is much cleaner than 4x4 SCT. More controllable and predictable in overall handling and jumps based on my experience between the two. Any dangerous and wreckless driving needs to be called out, regardless of scale. This is not a new problem, there have been numerous times at the old Norcal where I have seen a lot of close calls, especially during practice.

 Posted: Feb-22-2014 09:15AM
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Every argument that's been made against LITES can be made against 4x4 SC, so I don't understand why there's so much backlash against the LITES.  Compared to LITES, 4x4SCs are:  (1) heavier, (2) often driven by less experienced drivers, (3) harder to drive because of the big body, higher center of gravity, longer wheelbase and inferior tires, (4) just as hard on the track; and (5) equally powered. (From my actual experience, a low KV 4S system is smoother and much more controllable than a high KV 2S system, but I know I'll never be able to convince those 1/10 folks that just see 4S and think "ballistic power").  I 100% agree that 1/8 buggies are best run outdoors on a big track, but since the nearest big track is over an hour away, I thought LITES would be something to hold me over and give me some wheel time on Wednesday and Friday nights.

It seems that some folks want to see Norcal become an exclusive 1/10 buggy and stadium truck only facility.  That's fine.  It's just not for me.  I've stopped my LITES project and will move on. Nobody wants to race under a microscope knowing a  bunch of people want them gone. 

 

 Posted: Feb-22-2014 01:23AM
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 Posted: Feb-22-2014 12:12AM
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Certainly wouldn't mind if 1/8th scale wasn't a class at Norcal. It was never a class at the Union City indoor track, not sure why it should be different in San Jose. The track is a tenth scale track in all aspects, it's a square peg in a round hole.

I bet five dollars that Huse or Kozo make a comment about their round hole.

 Posted: Feb-21-2014 10:48PM
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Member since:Aug 31, 2011
ok, thanks for the info about eBuggy, don't mean to cause a rucus, really hope it turns to a new class!!

oh yah, the ventilation, we can just run the nitro SCTE's at the beach this weekend, weather should be pretty good

 Posted: Feb-21-2014 10:18PM
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Mrnizzle relax man. You speak of bullying now you are completely getting the wrong message and taking all this the wrong way. Go ahead and bring what you want and run what you want and take all this for what it is. An open conversation on an open forum.

 Posted: Feb-21-2014 09:36PM
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Indoor + nitro haven't gone together at NorCal as there isn't enough ventilation to do so.

 Posted: Feb-21-2014 09:34PM
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Wow, I get some random Internet on vacation and there's some fast discussions going to check out.

I'll note 2 things as a racer that has a stake in ebuggy lite and had been helping grow the class before heading out of country for a month.

1) The "previously posted rules" I pointed out that they were specifically not NorCal rules as soon as somebody else posted them. Now I see the official 2s only post from Eric, so that's the way it is. It isn't as powerful, and does run harder on the electronics. But they still spin the wheels easily, and the 2s top end is often higher due to higher kv, so they're actually faster while being more controllable. 2) As for chewing up the track, ebuggy lite is nowhere near as hard on the track as the 4wd sc is. The wheels have more contact patch and you're more likely to land on wheels with suspension instead of a bumper, and less likely to bottom out too since you don't need as low a ride height to help prevent traction rolls due to the body. Lastly, my ebuggy (EB48, not an sc conversion) is lighter than my 4wd sc, so it is also easier on the track and marshals from that perspective.

In ALL classes though, out of control drivers should be pulled, limited, and then also helped to gain/learn control or the track. Please help them if you can (or volunteer to), or talk to the race director at the track to suggest somebody help a person in need if you can't. That makes everybody safer, leads to better racing sooner/more often, and also makes the sport of rc racing more friendly and easy to enter so our hobby grows.

Oh, and 2s is 2s, be it 1s saddle packs, a stick pack, or double shorty packs in parallel. In the future, please expect a max weight limit on ebuggy lite to be enforced, though really just having to use 2s will do that anyway unless somebody likes replacing electronics often.

 Posted: Feb-21-2014 08:57PM
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Thanks for the 1/5 to 1/8 scale comparison iTHinmann, although I think you meant 1/5 !== 1/8

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BW15qzFnviE

This looks fun, safe, I just don't get it, whats the big problem?? I don't know, maybe you're right, maybe the eBuggy class won't exist... I haven't been down yet to drive on it, so who knows.. but it looked plenty big for the eBuggy racing on UTube , looked pretty DAMN FUN! Goo Hemingway!! ... kinda makes me wanna race too ... **shrugs, kicks rocks**

Totally off topic, but I need to ask, is 1/10 scale Nitro allowed? My sister has 2 boys, good kids really, and they both have the Losi SCTE Nitro trucks, but they have never raced before, so just wanted to find out if thats allowed before she actually takes them to the track. the boys can do everything themselves, they both race BMX, Danny is 9 and Kenny is 12, and they are responsible kids. They both share a Honda 125 crf that I bought Kenny a year ago. Danny just started riding it a few months ago, but he's big for his age... They just like the sounds of the nitro engines on their trucks, but not sure what to tell them.. ??

 Posted: Feb-21-2014 08:25PM
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I suppose we will have to take what we can agree on and keep it at that for the etiquette. It is practically impossible to enforce the stuff I am suggesting I agree, it wouldn't be fun to roll the jump when you have a chance to take the lead, but I will continue to do so when things look hairy. I already have enough trouble staying on all four wheels lol. No need to add to the pileup.

 Posted: Feb-21-2014 08:13PM
 Edited:  Feb-21-2014 12:00AM
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Steve getting hit wasn't even during a race. That was a driver trying to see how high and far he could launch his SCT after the race. He cleared the landing by 15ft. Steve's situation is in a different ball park of stupidity.

Ebbtide, you and I can go back and forth until we are both blue in the face. You have valid points and I have valid points. But there is not a definite way to draw a clear line. When do you roll the jump, when do you not. When should a turn marshal get the car, when should they wait for traffic and then get the car. To many "what if's"

cars 123 hit the table top, cars 456 .5 behind hit the table top... lets say 123 crash on landing the double on the inside line, leaving the outside open. Cars 456 are just hitting the double. Now if you are saying they should roll the double... I believe that is jacked. Because 456 see the outside open, and are going to want to capitalize on 123's crash.

There is probably 30 min worth of things to go over if teaching what to do and what not to do when turn marshaling.

HAHA, kinda funny two different conversations going on right now... E-lite (a bunch of people) and Crash Etiquette (myself and Ebbtide).

 

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 Posted: Feb-21-2014 04:48PM
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not a big fan of making friends I see. oh well, to each his own.

just about all of 'those 1/10th guys' you speak of also have 1/8 scale cars and enjoy them (rumor) very much. And yes, it is a shame that Norcal has *lost* the space for an 1/8 scale track, but that is the reality today. Rid itself? lol ok.

this dumb conversation is no different then when the 1/5 scale guys wanted to run on the 1/8 scale track.

we went through an exhaustive study and commissioned some of the greatest minds in mathamagician and every one of them confirmed that 1/5 <> 1/8.

oh and hey guess what...we ran a couple of those 1/5 scale races on the 1/8 track and they sucked. Know why? because they were on an 1/8 track and there wasn't enough room.

Go figure.

 Posted: Feb-21-2014 02:22PM
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Last post: Feb 21, 2014
Member since:Aug 31, 2011
Kool! Glad I could bring some enjoyment to the forum on a Friday! Mostly, I just wanted to get to the bottom of the LITES issue, which wasn't about setup, motor or battery, it's really just about the track itself, the size and "damage" ... lol. But people are afraid to come out and "say" that unless their buttons are pushed, so voila!

Everyone has an opinion, and honestly, with people who lash out like that, and @ Norcal Hobbies, I'm sure the eBuggy class will die before it even grows ( to the delight of the 1/10 scale guys ), simply because of people who think it's lame to run a lite eBuggy on a 1/10 scale track, and so the bullying will happen not just on a forum, but at the track as well.

It's a shame really, because there are allot of INDOOR, 1/10 scale tracks across the US that have eBuggies race on them, and I haven't seen or heard while I was racing there, anything about what I'm hearing today... sooOO.

Also, since Norcal Hobbies has moved and rid itself of 1/8 scale racing, there isn't anywhere to go other than Delta RC which is a very far drive compared to Norcal... just saying...

 Posted: Feb-21-2014 02:08PM
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Mr nizzle I congratulate you for getting the pot going with the 2 most infamous out spoken guys for NorCal. You mentioned already the lay out for the batteries and it was mentioned about putting your two 2s batteries in parralel to acheave 2s standards but with more run times it should not throw the balance off so just rewire the battery's. Also I have always been a big advocate for 8 scale electric The lites class is just away to get the cars running on a 10 scale track. Pretty lame I think. The most fun with them is on a huge track. Until then I won't be running my car on a small 10 scale track. By the way things are obviously put in to rules for a reason Just saying

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