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SaiTam
2007.07.23, 05:01 PM
Enjoy:

Video 1 (http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=8866466631013211748)

Video 2 (http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-6879951349303546362)

Video 3 (http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=2243639096549281460)

Yellow car is me. Both are running 98mm with Enzo body

Programmers
2007.07.25, 03:16 AM
Those are pretty bloomin quick!

hrdrvr
2007.07.26, 01:52 PM
Those vids look familiar. Have you posted them before?

Nice driving BTW. ;)

SaiTam
2007.07.26, 06:51 PM
No, these videos were recorded on 7/21/07

Limeaway
2007.07.26, 07:08 PM
It's probably because he's already made vids on the same track.

Really great driving! I've never seen an ma-010 run that fast!

SaiTam
2007.07.26, 09:00 PM
Here are two more videos but with MR-02 stock Fets. You can clearly see the difference in acceleration compared to MA-010.

MR-02 I (http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-5759414831299984298)

MR-02 II (http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-870295245425653683)

cowboysir
2007.07.26, 11:41 PM
You make me jealous...excellent driving on a superbly laid out track. ;)

The MR02 driving is still my favorite since they are so much quieter overall.

hrdrvr
2007.07.30, 07:42 AM
By memory, they looked the same. You can definatly tell the difference, especially since I was remembering a green and yellow car :rolleyes:

Both sets of videos show some awesome driving!

ub0211042
2007.08.10, 10:06 PM
Yellow car is me. Both are running 98mm with Enzo body

Hi SaiTam,

Are u running or AD or AM PCB?
Mind sharing ur setup?

Thanks!

SaiTam
2007.08.12, 10:29 PM
Both are AD Band PCB

Front 1.5 Rear 2 deg.
Front/Rear Gear diff
98mm WB
19/27 Gearing
Rear 3.0 Front 3.0 offset
Front white short springs. Rear Green short springs. No lowering spacers.
Macho motor
Front aluminum gearbox cover.
shaved body for clearance.

ub0211042
2007.08.12, 11:25 PM
wohoaa...running on both gear diff? :eek:
what tire ur using and what degree? :)

herman
2007.08.13, 12:26 AM
pretty cool driving too... what are the laptimes like? say modded 02 vs modded awd?
or stock 02 vs stock awd? if you were to choose 1 car to drive, which one would you pick & why?

marc
2007.08.13, 11:09 AM
I honestly can't see the difference in speed. But I am definetly jealous of that track! If I had my place all to my self, I'd have the space for one in my basement. But unfortunetly, I share with my dad and he hog's the space.

SaiTam
2007.08.13, 05:18 PM
I use gear diff to aid turn in response. I also prefer the simplicity and lightness of the Gear diffs. Tires are Kyosho 30 (raidals) and Kyosho 20 Rear (slicks)

The stock MR-02 is much faster than the stock AWD on this track.

However, once speed and power builds, the modded AWD is more advantageous. I like driving both the modded AWD and MR-02. The lap times are almost identical; the MR-02 is faster on the straightaway though.

For extended driving I like the modded AWD better. The tires last longer with AWD.

TheRinger
2007.08.13, 08:01 PM
cool video saitam, great driving.

aimfox
2007.09.03, 01:30 PM
awesome video! i thought it was a ma-02 but looked at the title again, it said ma-010! wow so fast!

Felix2010
2007.09.08, 12:52 PM
Excellent videos and driving SaiTam. I read your set-up and I too like the gear diffs but I tend to break them. :( But the gear diffs overall perform well for me. And they are nice and light. :)
You run an ENZO 98mm. Could I ask you what type of driveshaft and spur gears you use? And what universal wheel shafts you use also?
When running 98mm WB I have been using Atomic's 98mm hollow-Titanium driveshaft with Atomic's 98mm Spur gears. The biggest gripe I have with ATM's 98mm shaft is having to remove it and switch to a 94mm driveshaft when I want to run a 94mm WB. Since you use very little hop-ups I am wondering if you use a Kyosho stock driveshaft (with maybe a PN 98mm Spur gear?), and if the stock Ky driveshaft is better to use with gear diffs?
For uni. wheel shafts I use the nice-but-pricey Kyosho Hard uni. shafts. I am wondering if when I use the Ky gear diffs if it is because there is no "give" in my drivetrain that the gear diffs break sometimes.