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posted on 20-5-2008 at 12:57 Reply With Quote
I need some help for EEC Alsdorf



We (Jan Uhlig, Ralph Seif and me) decided on monday to drive with you the last eec race in alsdorf.

The carrera corvette c6 body is in work, but I'm not absolutly sure with the measurements. Can you help me? What weight we have to drive in the race?

I have not a proslot motor. What is the weight of this?

How much tire wear has a car in alsdorf? Normaly you need both reartires sets or only one for the race? With which ground ground clearance we should start?

Thank you
with best greet
Sebastian
see you in alsdorf
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posted on 20-5-2008 at 18:45 Reply With Quote
Basic set-up



Hello Sebastian.

I have mailed you an exel sheet with most of the info you need for Alsdorf
I know that Ralf has 2 or 3 Proslot Motors, they weigh ± 25 gram.

Basically you could build your Corvette as low and as wide as you want (within the car's 1/24 dimensions) just fill in the dimensions in the Weightcalculator and it will give you the minimum weights for your car.

Most common used chasis for the C6 is the Plafit S124 or the SLP, in combination with the 3˚cambered front axles. (these will give you a 2mm extra wide footprint on the front axle)

The minimum weight of your C6 should be around 60 gr for the body and 200gr total...but in general a total weight of 205-210gr gives you the best handling.
Also there are teams that prefer a set up with a light chassis and a heavy body (±70-75gr with lots of ballast under the body mounts)

Tyre wear of the procomp 3 is less than 0,10mm p/hr, but you must changes your tyres before the end of the night section (just to spice things up)

With 1,2mm under the rear axle you are pretty save, I would suggest 1,1mm at the front if you are running a front balast plate (they do tend to bend in a crash)

For more detailed set up tips I would suggest you contact Ralf Seif, last time he ran a F575 @ Alsdorf that was running like it was on fire :holy

Good luck and see you @ SPA




With kind regards
Tamar
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posted on 20-5-2008 at 20:12 Reply With Quote


Hello Tamar,
big thanks for your help.
Ralph I see only on saturday (friday he has to work) at alsdorf, so I write here the questions... so we need a motor holder and a motor for training, too ;) I hope that another team could help us ;)

with best greet
Sebastian
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posted on 20-5-2008 at 20:31 Reply With Quote


Hi Sebastian,
I can /will help you out with some stuff as can everyone else here,
you will surely be able to find all the parts you need before
training. If you need any thing in particular apart from the mentioned stuff.. post it here!
Fola
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posted on 20-5-2008 at 20:55 Reply With Quote


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Originally posted by Sebastian
we need a motor holder and a motor for training, too ;)


We'll have a training motor for you on friday, if you're using the s124 chassis you can use the fox holder, if you use the SLP chassis and want to lower the motor...you have to ask fola nicely...or make something yourself :D




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Tamar
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posted on 20-5-2008 at 23:26 Reply With Quote


You are great men!
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posted on 21-5-2008 at 14:13 Reply With Quote


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we need a motor holder and a motor for training, too ;)


We'll have a training motor for you on friday, if you're using the s124 chassis you can use the fox holder, if you use the SLP chassis and want to lower the motor...you have to ask fola nicely...or make something yourself :D


We do have good suply of mothorholders that lower the motor on the SLP Chassis at the Badet shop in Oslo. I'll bring one extra in case Fola is in short stock.

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posted on 21-5-2008 at 15:52 Reply With Quote


Rolf, bring your whole inventory - I'm sure you'll sell 'em all :)
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Rolf, bring your whole inventory - I'm sure you'll sell 'em all :)


Yes Rolf, bring what you have in stock...

Very best regards,

Raymond
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Rolf, bring your whole inventory - I'm sure you'll sell 'em all :)


Yes Rolf, bring what you have in stock...

Very best regards,

Raymond


Hi gys,
Good suply does not mean unlimited suply. We have some, but if I bring them all, we will not any longer... They are private made så new ones is limited. I'll see what we can spare and bring that. But I will not promise anything for other than Sebastain.

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