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Programmers
2007.03.07, 03:45 AM
Drive
RWD
0 degree Steering
Hard Suspension
Locked Differential
10 Tooth Gearing
Bearing Upgrade
Carbon Fibre Drive Shaft
Full GPM
Thick Tread Tyres

Power
Plasmatonic Motor with Capacitor
Stacked FETs (2x2)
2x 3.7V Lithium Ion

Top Speed
74 KPH (46 MPH) on 10 Tooth gearing and slip diff (Scroll down for picture)

http://mini-zracer.com/mini-zgallery/data/1094/001.JPG

http://mini-zracer.com/mini-zgallery/data/1094/002.JPG

http://mini-zracer.com/mini-zgallery/data/1094/medium/003.JPG

http://mini-zracer.com/mini-zgallery/data/1094/004.JPG

Flat 4 Racing
2007.03.08, 06:09 AM
Very cool Camaro! What are you using for track?

Programmers
2007.03.08, 02:48 PM
Thank you.

I am using gym foam flooring, :D

Flat 4 Racing
2007.03.08, 03:30 PM
Thank you.

I am using gym foam flooring, :D

I have some of that stuff also, but it's in much smaller panels; probably like the size of magazines, or 1ft X 1ft pieces. They sort of suck because of all the "seams."

Programmers
2007.03.21, 04:54 AM
Mask the joints if it's a problem. That'll work fine. Also, on ebay, you can pick up 2ftx2ft packs of 4 for 8 posted, then another 2 for the next pack. ;)

ChattavegasSE
2007.03.21, 09:28 AM
It needs more tire contact! Try doing doughnuts on sandpaper; that'll smooth those tires down so you can get better traction. ;)

Programmers
2007.04.15, 06:20 PM
http://mini-zracer.com/mini-zgallery/data/1094/006.JPG

Now it's up and running again I put it on a Dyno. Here's the top speed. It did hit 74kph but I'm not sure if it was photographed.

This works out at 45.98 MPH.

It should run quicker next time around 'cause I'll secure the tyres on better and use some com drops and motor bearing grease.