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Tjay
2009.08.03, 02:34 AM
Please visit us at www.fastpaceracing.com for some of the updates on sale items, race results, blog, tutorial and more.

mini-z
2009.08.08, 10:37 AM
Looking good TJ! :)

Tjay
2009.08.11, 01:14 PM
Thank you! :D

Updated MR02 setup: http://fastpaceracing.com/content/mr02-set-update

Tjay
2009.12.21, 03:05 PM
Few tuning tips (http://fastpaceracing.com/tj-tutorial) on the website. Please check it out! It's good for both new and experienced drivers.

Thanks!

Tjay
2010.03.25, 12:39 PM
I just added two more tuning tips on the website. Please check them out! :) I try to add new stuff every week. Meanwhile, enjoy what's posted. hehe..

Tjay
2010.04.14, 03:30 PM
FYI... we also have tuning tips for the new drivers under Dee's Tuning Tips, Part1-4. :) Check them out!

Tjay
2010.05.26, 01:44 AM
New Tutorial Folks! Enjoy!!!

http://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-ash1/hs512.ash1/30204_1380814652595_1598807667_30893054_3457524_n. jpg (http://fastpaceracing.com/content/mr03-atm-knuckles)

EMU
2010.05.26, 11:26 AM
Nice writeup TJ. Let us know how it works on the track ;)

Tjay
2010.05.26, 11:38 AM
Thanks Euguene! I got some stuff I'll show you... ;) check you PM in a little bit.

chad508
2010.05.26, 12:00 PM
would it be possible to drill out the stock knuckles and use the inserts in them. just a thought

Tjay
2010.05.26, 12:08 PM
very nice Chad! I did this last night and will show the end results later. It works exactly like the ATM/PN knuckles and lighter! Only thing is that, you're still running plastic which can break during a race.

chad508
2010.05.26, 12:24 PM
nice. cant wait to see the results. as good as the 03s are they have way to much front end play. hopefully with ideas like these we can take care of its short comings.

Davey G
2010.05.26, 05:45 PM
as it rests on a pimp pitboard... (shameless plug, sorry) ;)

hrdrvr
2010.05.27, 08:11 AM
Website looks really good Tj. You must be doing really well out there :D

Tjay
2010.05.28, 01:38 AM
just a driver Landon.. :) Thank you.

DaveG. I hate using my pit board as a pit board. I dont want it to get scratched up so I hang it in my room instead. :D I use it when taking pics and vids because of the "FPR" on it. hehe... :D

arch2b
2010.05.29, 12:17 PM
puzzler #3 was too easy. i knew it the moment i saw it because i had just recently been flipping through kyosho's new releases. that and i had contemplated buying that very autoscale.

ShopNYRC.com
2010.06.10, 06:29 PM
Please visit us at www.fastpaceracing.com for some of the updates on sale items, race results, blog, tutorial and more.

Very nice website TJ. Love the cartoon icons. Did you use a template or did you hand coded everything?

SAGISI
2010.09.23, 06:43 PM
Check out Tjay's lattest blog on the F1:

http://http://www.fastpaceracing.com/content/gentlemens-class-f1-9212010 (http://www.fastpaceracing.com/content/gentlemens-class-f1-9212010)

lfisminiz
2010.09.23, 08:09 PM
Nice TJ. Welcome back. I got into the F-1 the last couple of months myself....thanks to the new parts.;)

Tjay
2010.12.27, 01:42 AM
blogs are up! :) Check out our most recent blog (http://fastpaceracing.com/content/reflex-racing-v2-spur-12222010). ;) Thanks!

EMU
2010.12.27, 09:53 AM
Just read the F1 blog. Nice read TJ. FYI, some people around here have heated the ATM bumper and bent the outer tabs to cover the front wheels as well. So it is a usable (but still more fragile than the MWX bumper).

http://i52.photobucket.com/albums/g10/Teejay_Cynthia/FPR%20Mini-Z/IMG_0050-2.jpg Must not like rear grip :rolleyes: rear wing is backwards

My favorite F1 setup has the MWX t-plate with an ATM mount. The t-plate was designed to the PN mount, but with a little time and shimming, it works well with the ATM mount as well.

I fell the the ATM mount allows you to get the power down easier. The PN mount I feel that I struggle for grip a little more with everything else the same in the setup.

F1 is by far my favorite class to drive, because you need finesse and courtesy more than any other class. Look forward to see more videos of you driving F1, and I hope that we will get a chance to race eachother in the class at some point.

lfisminiz
2010.12.27, 09:18 PM
blogs are up! :) Check out our most recent blog (http://fastpaceracing.com/content/reflex-racing-v2-spur-12222010). ;) Thanks!

TJ, glad your back. Always did enjoy reading your articles.;):)

EMU
2010.12.27, 11:31 PM
TJ, glad your back. Always did enjoy reading your articles.;):)

Me too :D:p

Tjay
2010.12.28, 04:55 PM
Just read the F1 blog. Nice read TJ. FYI, some people around here have heated the ATM bumper and bent the outer tabs to cover the front wheels as well. So it is a usable (but still more fragile than the MWX bumper).

http://i52.photobucket.com/albums/g10/Teejay_Cynthia/FPR%20Mini-Z/IMG_0050-2.jpg Must not like rear grip :rolleyes: rear wing is backwards

My favorite F1 setup has the MWX t-plate with an ATM mount. The t-plate was designed to the PN mount, but with a little time and shimming, it works well with the ATM mount as well.

I fell the the ATM mount allows you to get the power down easier. The PN mount I feel that I struggle for grip a little more with everything else the same in the setup.

F1 is by far my favorite class to drive, because you need finesse and courtesy more than any other class. Look forward to see more videos of you driving F1, and I hope that we will get a chance to race eachother in the class at some point.

Eugene: Thanks! I was told about the spoiler before taking a pic of it however, I need to leave and want to take random pics of the F1 at the time. :) This F1 wasn't put on the track.

Larry: Thank you. I'm glad it's raining outside. :) Less biking, more driving. hehe...:D