TSR Speed Shop RC podcast

The only RC podcast you’ll ever need, We cover all types of RC from the novice to the paid pro

June 28th, 2017    

TSR Speed Shop RC podcast, The Champ is Back AGAIN

TSR podcast Episode 69

• RC Word Of the Week
A small electronic component used as a filter to reduce radio noise generated by an electric motor. These are the little barrels you see on your speed controls.


TSR Speed Shop RC podcast The Champ is BACK!
Show notes

Holiday inn hall way drag racing



Meeting new people

Naphtha and Ralph tocco

The kids, autographs, photos and more

First hit, the car,

Round by round break down

Car in the hat race and reward

The finals, trophies and cash awards

Gone bananas

Rotor ron

2.50 car nightmare

Miss them all. Scott Davis , JD crow, Norris graves, darvon Huddleston, Dawn, eric and heather bowmen, Robert St Pierre, Greg chapa, dave mares, Miley and Regina alsobrooks, Randy Mathew, Michel Hahn, mark Davidson, steve nigri, Ken lupi, Randy Mayhew

My crew Dallas, Paxton, Colt, Piper and Matthew Munson

Free paint jobs and bodies for everyone!

Won a car! And motor HahhaA I always win

So much Facebook love


New group new track new lights

• Featured Item of the week

Travel shaving cream

June 21st, 2017    

TSR Speed Shop RC podcast, Road to the Super Nationals!

TSR podcast Episode 66

  • RC Word Of the Week
  • Cog, or Cogging: When a brushless motor hesitates or rocks back and forth before moving forward. Cause from a motor being sensorless, Cogging occurs when the speed control does not know where the rotor is in relation to the stator. Once the motor begins moving no matter the direction the speed control can then analyze what direction the motor is trying to move and correct it if needed.


Health issue update

Going to Texas kids, Todd and Tim do Texas

Cars are gone and I miss them.

Just when you’re ready to leave everything starts to fall apart…..

CowRC  and MKS servo giveaways

Servo Break in Tricks you are missing

Schedule of Fun, Tattoo, Gas Monkey

Wednesday, June 21st

SpeedZone Wanna Race? 7pm-10pm

Thursday, June 22nd (6pm–9pm)

Welcome Reception

Holiday Inn Express & Suites Fort Worth North – Northlake

Friday, June 23rd

Test-&-Tune / Fun & Grudge Gates open at 7am

  • 9am to 5pm- Test and Tune from ($20 per person no car limit)
  • 4pm- Louisiana Shrimp and Crab Boil (For Weekend Registered Racers ONLY)

(Pro Mods & Pro Stockers Only)

Saturday, June 24th

Qualifying & Round 1 Eliminations Gates open at 7am

  • 8am Drivers Meeting
  • 8:30am to 10:30am- Test and Tune from (only for weekend registered racers)
  • 9:30am to 10:45am -Team, Officials, Concourse Photos, and The Ladies of the RCDRL Photos
  • Official Qualifying Session 1 (Q1) Starting at 11am
  • Final Qualifying Session 2 (Q2), Immediately following Q1
  • National Anthem Sung by Gabrielle & Rebekah Mercadel
  • Eliminations round 1 (E1) – All Classes
  • (All Rounds) Young Gunners- Saturday Event

Sunday June 25th

Final Eliminations Gates open at 7:30am

  • 8:30-9am Worship Service

by Racers For Christ- Clint Parker, Gateway Church group leader Ms. Rebekah Mercadel

and Rev. Chad Howard (Donuts served)

  • 9am Drivers Meeting
  • 10am (Q1 & Q2) Young Gunners Sunday Event
  • 10:30am- All remaining elimination rounds in all classes
  • 4pm to 5pm- Awards Ceremony


*****No track, New timing system! (Thanks to Bob Wareham)

 Featured Item of the week


MKS HV9767




Dead Band


Working Frequence

1520μs / 333hz

Operating Voltage

5.5 ~ 8.4 V DC Volts (2S Lipo un-regulated)

Operating Speed (6V)


Operating Speed (7.4V)


Operating Speed (8.4V)


Stall Torque (6V)


Stall Torque (7.4V)


Stall Torque (8.4V)


Gear Type

Chrome-Titanium alloy gear




June 3rd, 2017    

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 :out 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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