TSR Speed Shop RC podcast, “Nothing to talk about really… oh wait”

TSR podcast Episode 67 "nothing to talk about really.. oh wait"

Show introduction and welcome.

Welcome to the TSR speed shop RC podcast,

Tim Notes:

Health, “Whats wrong with me…”

Texas race,

Called out by everyone in Texas…

New shirts, and ball busting

Our sad track……

The difference between Socal and Texas.

Taking heat for saying speaking my mind…..

FB Questions:

Joe Zaier Jr If you can't find a good spot to race, what other rc discipline will you race in? Or will you quit racing all together?

Pete Phillips Give us tips on setting up an Offroad buggy for All-run or an index class. Some of us can't afford a dedicated drag car so we'll have to go old school and convert something over...

Daniel Gallardo Will your fancy new shirt be available to the public?

Jeremy Drey What was your highest speed numbers back in the days of round cells and brushed motors. And what's the highest number of round cells you ever had in a car.

James Knight Will you be broadcasting at axialfest2017?

Darvione Huddleston Going into the rlc 3day race what type of numbers are Yu tuning for???

  • News items


Cav better then Masami Hirosaka, "GOAT"

  • RC Word Of the Week

6061-T6 Alloy

Alloy is a mixture of two or more elements in which aluminum is the predominant metal. Aluminum alloys are used extensively due to their high strength-to-weight ratio; and 6061-T6 alloy is the most widely used grade for aluminum R/C parts. Unless specified, all GPM alloy parts are 6061-T6 grade alloy.

Main Topic:

Traxxas scale truck, Oh how I want you….

The tent post….

Inside scoop: Maifeild gave Gord the tires to use, They were handed to him :o ut of sight” 

 Off-road treated as the only racing 


 Featured Item of the week

  MaxAmps The Jigs Up  $39.99

NEW and improved version with "helping hand" and heat resistant phenolic resin insert!

"The Jigs Up" makes the task of soldering RC connectors simple and easy!  This jig quickly and securely clamps, holds, and releases the connector. A must have tool for the RC enthusiast!

The Jigs Up holds the following connectors: Deans Ultra, Traxxas High-current, XT30, XT60, XT90, EC3, EC5, and Deans Micro.  It also holds 2mm, 3.5mm, 4mm, 5mm, 5.5mm, 6mm, 6.5mm, and 8mm bullet connectors.

The holes on top of the jig are used to hold 3.5mm-8mm bullet connectors.  The "v" slots on the front of the jig are used to hold the 2mm bullet connectors and the pins for the Traxxas connectors.  The slot on the right side of the jig is used for Deans Ultra, Traxxas, and XT60 connectors.  The slot on the left side of the jig is used for Deans Micro connectors.

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