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#626 2019-05-31 1:40pm

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#627 2019-05-31 1:47pm

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Oldschool RC cool


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#628 2019-05-31 3:08pm

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Here's my associated sc10gt with a dynamite .19 in it. Runs great but haven't had any time to play recently


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#629 2019-05-31 3:34pm

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Re: lets see those rc cars

ChaseDyno-Bmx wrote:

Oldschool RC cool

And hair lol


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#630 2019-05-31 3:58pm

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I sold all mine just run the baja... wanna play chicken big_smile


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#631 2019-05-31 4:33pm

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JUGGARNAUT wrote:

ChaseDyno-Bmx wrote:

Oldschool RC cool

And hair lol

lol


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#632 2019-05-31 4:33pm

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KRUZNYO wrote:

I sold all mine just run the baja... wanna play chicken big_smile

No Way, That Thing Is A Beast wink

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#633 2019-05-31 4:40pm

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We actually had guys on fiesta island years ago do it...

The Baja went right through them smile


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#634 2019-05-31 4:43pm

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We actually had guys on fiesta island years ago do it...

The Baja went right through them smile

That’s What I Was Originally Going To say , It would Blow through It For Sure.

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#635 2019-06-02 5:57pm

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today's swap meet buy could not help taking it home for $15.00 big_smile

and now for pictures modeled by the new PC / mom friendly Barbie doll roll  my kid can't live up to Barbies image so this is now what she looks like. sad any who time for pictures.
it's a first year / gen RC 10 on a graphite chassie with Novak speed controller and full ball bearing buggy. with JGS belt drive system.
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/6905/dsc013485cf4702fe8.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/6905/dsc013475cf47032b6.jpg


http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/6905/dsc013435cf4704395.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/6905/dsc013445cf4704373.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/6905/dsc013455cf4704643.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/6905/dsc013465cf4704618.jpg

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#636 2019-06-02 8:20pm

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Re: lets see those rc cars

JUGGARNAUT wrote:

ChaseDyno-Bmx wrote:

Oldschool RC cool

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/84723/42194202_10156683410862953_1465670779604566016_o5cf19125ef.jpg
And hair lol

that's not Kurt Rad on the left?


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#637 2019-06-04 5:24pm

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#638 2019-06-05 6:24am

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#639 2019-06-05 6:42pm

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Here's what I have left from racing back in the later 90's.  RC10T2 electric , and my late model body I ran on a 10th scale nitro gas oval car. Nitro car chassis is long gone.http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/202040/image5cf86f62be.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/202040/image5cf86f64a3.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/202040/image5cf86f730e.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/202040/image5cf86f73d6.jpg


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#640 2019-06-09 6:05pm

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My Nitro Rustler 2.5 I’ve had since 2006. It’s been sitting for 6 or 7 years since I got my Summit. Tried the EZ start on it last fall and it wouldn’t do anything but click. The engine wouldn’t turn over. Soaked the crap out of with PB Blaster several times and it still wouldn’t turn over. Started dismantling it this afternoon.

After I got the engine out, I grabbed the flywheel and could feel it start to turn. A few more sprays of PB Blaster, and it spins freely. I have to get some small parts and then I’ll get it back together and see if she runs.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/3072/2befb236-7610-4ec1-a598-c069e78d28ef5cfdac99eb.jpeg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/3072/5c3dc9a7-5bd6-4ee6-87b8-127a423b52fe5cfdac9b10.jpeg

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#641 2019-06-15 4:02am

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I rarely do engine work for racers these days. However, there is a hand full of serious racers that I still help out. I generally do everything turn key for them (full mod, complete break in & install F/R ceramics after break in). Most people don't realize that a full break in on high end engines generally takes 3/4 to 1 gallon if done properly.

Here is a few pictures of in progress work. One of these (0.S. 2102) is for a racer in PA and the other one (Ultimate M8) is for a racer in Socal.

While on the subject. Many people honestly believe that making cuts in the sleeve & crank makes "big power". Yes, it helps to a certain point but when properly modifying a glo engine (nitro engine) the best power gains are with timing changes (induction & exhaust timing).

Quick rundown on how I do engines.

1. Clay the engine to get actual piston / button clearance without shims. That allows me to be precise on what shims are needed to get best squish clearance without being too tight causing pre-detonation & flame outs.

2. Flow the engine before any work is done. I use fuel with a dye penetrate. It shows how the fuel flows before and upon entrance to the transfer & boost ports. With knowing how the fuel flows in stock form will allow me to make necessary modifications to the crank & sleeve so that the fuel will flow evenly throughout the engine. End result for that is moderate power gains and a smoother running engine.

3. Timing changes. I use 3 separate degree wheels to make sure I get a correct reading and know what the stock timing degrees are. I then advance the timing by .5 to 1 degree. I won't go into deep depth on the timing changes but I do at times alter timing on both the crank and sleeve.

Again, the pictures are of in progress work on engines I'm currently doing.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/237794/20190609_2321125d04cfaab4.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/237794/20190609_2320215d04cfe106.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/237794/20190609_2312175d04cff184.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/237794/20190517_0218495d04d00909.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/237794/20190517_0218305d04d021a3.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-images/237794/20190517_0217565d04d0366b.jpg


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#642 2019-06-15 9:33am

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Re: lets see those rc cars

wrench wrote:

I rarely do engine work for racers these days. However, there is a hand full of serious racers that I still help out. I generally do everything turn key for them (full mod, complete break in & install F/R ceramics after break in). Most people don't realize that a full break in on high end engines generally takes 3/4 to 1 gallon if done properly.

Here is a few pictures of in progress work. One of these (0.S. 2102) is for a racer in PA and the other one (Ultimate M8) is for a racer in Socal.

While on the subject. Many people honestly believe that making cuts in the sleeve & crank makes "big power". Yes, it helps to a certain point but when properly modifying a glo engine (nitro engine) the best power gains are with timing changes (induction & exhaust timing).

Quick rundown on how I do engines.

1. Clay the engine to get actual piston / button clearance without shims. That allows me to be precise on what shims are needed to get best squish clearance without being too tight causing pre-detonation & flame outs.

2. Flow the engine before any work is done. I use fuel with a dye penetrate. It shows how the fuel flows before and upon entrance to the transfer & boost ports. With knowing how the fuel flows in stock form will allow me to make necessary modifications to the crank & sleeve so that the fuel will flow evenly throughout the engine. End result for that is moderate power gains and a smoother running engine.

3. Timing changes. I use 3 separate degree wheels to make sure I get a correct reading and know what the stock timing degrees are. I then advance the timing by .5 to 1 degree. I won't go into deep depth on the timing changes but I do at times alter timing on both the crank and sleeve.

Again, the pictures are of in progress work on engines I'm currently doing.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … cfaab4.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … cfe106.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … cff184.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … d00909.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … d021a3.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … d0366b.jpg

I’ve Ported A Few Two strokes In My Days Also.    What are you cutting those ports With?  They Look Factory Clean , Nice Work. 
I noticed on your other thread about rounding up Stuff For Kids, That’s A Nice Gesture.  Hard to believe that these days kids even go outside, Good On You Trying To get them Active outside. 
You mentioned you Port for Some Pro Guys, Or Use To Do Engine Work For Pro Racers?   I would talk to all the folks you done work For Back In The day, Those Guys will have closet and Storage rooms full of just What You Need.  Hope all works out, I’m 2 quarts  Into Breaking In A Kyosho Ke25 Engine Now.  Hopefully Tonight I get another Quart Through It ,   And I can start Tuning Soon Soon.

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#643 2019-06-16 1:17am

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Heres an oldie but a goodie from the attic

https://i.imgur.com/dNqV2dV.jpg

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#644 2019-06-17 2:13pm

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Re: lets see those rc cars

FRESSTYLE FREEK wrote:

today's swap meet buy could not help taking it home for $15.00 big_smile

and now for pictures modeled by the new PC / mom friendly Barbie doll roll  my kid can't live up to Barbies image so this is now what she looks like. sad any who time for pictures.
it's a first year / gen RC 10 on a graphite chassie with Novak speed controller and full ball bearing buggy.
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 702fe8.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 7032b6.jpg


http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 704395.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 704373.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 704643.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 704618.jpg

Sweet score. I'm looking for an OS Novak with Reverse you got one you want to sell or trade?

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#645 2019-06-18 5:22am

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Re: lets see those rc cars

Very cool, I remember those!

crash_knievel wrote:

Heres an oldie but a goodie from the attic

https://i.imgur.com/dNqV2dV.jpg

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#646 2019-06-18 7:47am

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Re: lets see those rc cars

Bandbracing669 wrote:

Here's what I have left from racing back in the later 90's.  RC10T2 electric , and my late model body I ran on a 10th scale nitro gas oval car. Nitro car chassis is long gone.http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 6f62be.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 6f64a3.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 6f730e.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 6f73d6.jpg

Love that truck body!  I need one of those for my RC10T.


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#647 2019-06-18 8:00am

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#648 2019-06-18 8:03am

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Re: lets see those rc cars

badbill wrote:

FRESSTYLE FREEK wrote:

today's swap meet buy could not help taking it home for $15.00 big_smile

and now for pictures modeled by the new PC / mom friendly Barbie doll roll  my kid can't live up to Barbies image so this is now what she looks like. sad any who time for pictures.
it's a first year / gen RC 10 on a graphite chassie with Novak speed controller and full ball bearing buggy.
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 702fe8.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 7032b6.jpg


http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 704395.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 704373.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 704643.jpg
http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … 704618.jpg

Sweet score. I'm looking for an OS Novak with Reverse you got one you want to sell or trade?

i might have a novak or Tekin . PM me what you have to trade.


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#649 2019-06-19 4:33am

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Re: lets see those rc cars

ChaseDyno-Bmx wrote:

wrench wrote:

I rarely do engine work for racers these days. However, there is a hand full of serious racers that I still help out. I generally do everything turn key for them (full mod, complete break in & install F/R ceramics after break in). Most people don't realize that a full break in on high end engines generally takes 3/4 to 1 gallon if done properly.

Here is a few pictures of in progress work. One of these (0.S. 2102) is for a racer in PA and the other one (Ultimate M8) is for a racer in Socal.

While on the subject. Many people honestly believe that making cuts in the sleeve & crank makes "big power". Yes, it helps to a certain point but when properly modifying a glo engine (nitro engine) the best power gains are with timing changes (induction & exhaust timing).

Quick rundown on how I do engines.

1. Clay the engine to get actual piston / button clearance without shims. That allows me to be precise on what shims are needed to get best squish clearance without being too tight causing pre-detonation & flame outs.

2. Flow the engine before any work is done. I use fuel with a dye penetrate. It shows how the fuel flows before and upon entrance to the transfer & boost ports. With knowing how the fuel flows in stock form will allow me to make necessary modifications to the crank & sleeve so that the fuel will flow evenly throughout the engine. End result for that is moderate power gains and a smoother running engine.

3. Timing changes. I use 3 separate degree wheels to make sure I get a correct reading and know what the stock timing degrees are. I then advance the timing by .5 to 1 degree. I won't go into deep depth on the timing changes but I do at times alter timing on both the crank and sleeve.

Again, the pictures are of in progress work on engines I'm currently doing.

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … cfaab4.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … cfe106.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … cff184.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … d00909.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … d021a3.jpg

http://uploads.bmxmuseum.com/user-image … d0366b.jpg

I’ve Ported A Few Two strokes In My Days Also.    What are you cutting those ports With?  They Look Factory Clean , Nice Work. 
I noticed on your other thread about rounding up Stuff For Kids, That’s A Nice Gesture.  Hard to believe that these days kids even go outside, Good On You Trying To get them Active outside. 
You mentioned you Port for Some Pro Guys, Or Use To Do Engine Work For Pro Racers?   I would talk to all the folks you done work For Back In The day, Those Guys will have closet and Storage rooms full of just What You Need.  Hope all works out, I’m 2 quarts  Into Breaking In A Kyosho Ke25 Engine Now.  Hopefully Tonight I get another Quart Through It ,   And I can start Tuning Soon Soon.

Unlike most of the engine "tuners" out there that try to sell a "modification service" I do NOT use a dremel. I start with a high end pneumatic porting tool with micro carbide bits. That is to only start the process. The remaining of work is done by hand with a multitude of files, wet sanding with graphite & rubber tubing, wet sanding, etc. Its a lot of time but worth it.

To answer your second question. All of pro racers don't keep old stuff unless it has a lot of sentimental value to them. Honestly, the people that have old R/C stuff sitting around that isn't being used and basically forgotten about is the ones that did club racing and got away from the hobby. At that point they just tossed everything in a closet or attic and forgot about it.

Several people have told me that they have some old rollers, etc that they would sell cheap. However, when they dig everything out it brings back memories and they decide to keep the stuff and put it on shelves. It does get a bit frustrating when that happens but it's also awesome that I was able to help bring back some good memories for some of those people.


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