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    by Published on 10-13-2011 12:51 PM  Number of Views: 2704 

    Thanks mostly to some new people participating on Starting Grid, especially John Thawley, there are now several discussion threads regarding the best way to ...
    Published on 07-31-2011 01:00 AM
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    I would like to write the full story of how Starting Grid came about, but for anyone to really understand SGRID, it's better to start at the very beginning. Ignoring a small BBS system that ran on an Atari computer, that beginning was M-Net. Here is Jan Wolter's writeup of the history of M-Net. (The second part of this series will explain how Starting Grid (SGRID) came to be...

    In 1982 Mike Myers was a balancing machine salesman working in Ann Arbor. Mike had gotten interested in microcomputers as a way to run the gigantic model railroad system that engulfed several rooms of his apartment. He got involved with CRLT:MICROS, where he met Marcus Watts. He also joined a computer club called SEMCO (South East Michigan Computer Organization). SEMCO, among other things, ran a ...
    Published on 07-21-2011 11:08 AM  Number of Views: 1344 

    Driving Techniques
    I strongly believe in the line "slower is faster". Just because your car has 3 HP, that doesn't mean you have to use it all.

    The first thing to do when I go to a new track, before even taking your cars out of the trailer, is walk the track, every jump, and every corner. While doing this, visualize the lines that you want to take.

    During the first ten laps, go very slowly. Gradually build up speed until you’re comfortable. Then, if there's a part of the track that gives you problems, continue to run on that part of the track until you’re comfortable going through it. It could be a double that you’re not clearing, or a turn that ...
    Published on 07-20-2011 07:47 PM  Number of Views: 1532 

    The following are Bobby Moore's suggestions posted on the Backtalk Forums about how to rebuild the diffs on a Mugen MBX5. The first step in building a Mugen differential is making sure that it is shimmed properly. To do this, build the differential, starting with two to three shims inside the differential under the bevel gears. Build the differential dry, with no fluid in it. Once you've tightened the four counter-head screws, check to see if the diff is loose or tight. You should feel some resistance. If the differential is not hard to turn, add another shim under the bevel gear. Continue to do this until you feel some resistance. Once you feel resistance, remove one shim. Then fill it with the recommended oil, and finish building it. Build ...
    Published on 06-27-2011 07:54 PM  Number of Views: 987 
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    Some people that wrote excellent articles on R/C racing have traveled all over the United States (and many, the world) attending gas car races. Most races were local club events, many were regional or national in scope, and some were world championships. The following is the collective story, as the editor of “Gas Car Club International” printed it many years ago. It is being published now on Starting Grid, as it applies to today’s racing as much as it did in the past.
    by Published on 06-27-2011 07:54 PM  Number of Views: 1259 
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    One of those slick, glossy RC magazines published a letter to the editor I wrote in response to an article they ran on turn marshaling. I was flattered that Mike Myers tracked me down (not an easy feat, since my e-mail address had changed) and asked me to expand on it for Starting Grid.
    by Published on 06-27-2011 07:54 PM  Number of Views: 1232 
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    (The following article was written by two-time World Champion Art Carbonell a while ago, but Art's race strategy applies today as much as it did when written. Much of what Art says applies to all types of R/C racing.) Driving is all mental. You have to set your mind to what you're going to do in the race. And if you can do it, it's something very exciting. This all depends on the situation, your car, the track, the setup.
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