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newjammer89



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PostPosted: Sun Dec 26, 2010 1:52 am    Post subject: looking for the best force and questions about dadders mod Reply with quote

hey whats the best force engine out there. what is the price range and what are the best type of mods to get iverd about the dadders mod kind of noone will tell me exactally what it does and what are the best type of sleeves to get would boring it out be good or bad and how do i get the ok from the head ups in jammin to let me have my mechineist (wrong spelling i know) to get the exact specs to remake all the plastic parts in something as hard or harder but lighter or same weight ive looked but i cant find anything yet please message me on here or at ctanner89@ymail.com please help me out im new to the rc world
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 27, 2010 9:36 pm    Post subject: Re: looking for the best force and questions about dadders m Reply with quote

newjammer89 wrote:
hey whats the best force engine out there. what is the price range and what are the best type of mods to get iverd about the dadders mod kind of noone will tell me exactally what it does and what are the best type of sleeves to get would boring it out be good or bad and how do i get the ok from the head ups in jammin to let me have my mechineist (wrong spelling i know) to get the exact specs to remake all the plastic parts in something as hard or harder but lighter or same weight ive looked but i cant find anything yet please message me on here or at ctanner89@ymail.com please help me out im new to the rc world


Let start with the engine - What do you want out of the engine? are you just bashing around or racing? Why force engine when you have the JL, HYper 8P, Werks, etc...
About mod this engines - this is a 2 cicle engine not a 4cycle. You can NOT bore out the sleeve, there is other things that can be done if you want more power but this will take me to the second question above.
look around in the engine secction there is lot of information.
Dont waste time making parts, plastics are light,durable and cheap.

I read that you have a Jammin, what do you have, a buggy or truggy?
one more thing, what is dadders mod?
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 28, 2010 11:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

well its the jammin CRT X1 from what i think i bought it from a friend its a truggy and thats was the engine that came with it and ive been looking for someone in my area to trade me some other engines for something better or a better one to trade me but i still couldnt find anyone ive looked around and ive also been looking into werks but i dont have the money for one of their better engines like i said before im very very new and im trying to find someone to help me out that wont screw me over again and i have someone that would make me thealuminum parts for free but i have been wanting to ask the company to make sure that it would be 100% ok with them before i do it incase if i race and they wont let me race anymore because their designs are theirs alone and get me for copy write infringement and well i want to start racing but for now its just my friends and my uncle (who use to race from what he says) but i want to get into racing more and thats hard to do in utah because i dont think that there are any tracks in utah that do points or how ever its tracked
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 28, 2010 12:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

and im not exactally sure what a dadders mad is i just herd about it alot
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 28, 2010 5:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

If you just start in this hobby, keep that engine, will be more that fine in stock form until you get used to the truggy and the RC as a whole. If you want more power get a bottle of 30% nitro and you can remove the thin shim in the head to bump the compresion. Get a good plug and you will be fine. A good set up clutch can take you out of the corner very fast in a hurry. Make sure all the bearings are in proper condition (smooth). I dont know witch Force do you have but here are some instruccion manuals for a few of them so you can work with your engine. http://www.ofna.com/pdf/eng-force25-26.pdf , http://www.ofna.com/pdf/eng-force21-P4,blackT8.pdf , http://www.ofna.com/pdf/52217-Force-28.pdf they are all pretty much the same, read and go over. This is the must important of all of them http://www.ofna.com/pdf/34962-x1crt-rtr.pdf print this out if you dont have it already. It show you how to build the truggy from a to z. This way you are not guessing, do maintenance without brake any thing and ordering the correct parts if need it.

About making parts? I wouldn't get in that troble, this Jamming are great out of the box, keep your money for thing that you really need. Take the truggy a part change the fluid of the differentials, shoks abs., replace worn bearings, just doing that you will feel a different truggy. And like a said before read around here because you have a lot to learn, that way you don't get frustrated when problems arise.

This link http://www.ofna.com/guide.php is for "how toos" and here http://www.ofna.com/faq.php and here http://www.ofna.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=23 again read over.

There is lot of fun in this hobby but if you get educated the must simple problem can be you biggest nightmare and end up frustrated of this.
Also look in older post in this website, you find a lot of differnt information.
You have home work to do, lol

Keep questions coming, I'm sure there a few guys around here that can pitch in.
Good Luck and Welcome to the best HOBBY.
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 28, 2010 5:53 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

here is a link from Utah for Rc http://www.utahrc.com/ and if you have any questions contact rod@utahrc.com

GL
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