TSR Speed Shop RC podcast “One Way Or Another”

TSR podcast Episode

One way or Another”

Hosts: Tim Smith and Matt Howsen

Show introduction and welcome.

Tim Notes:

We are now on spotify

We are on a break neck pace this year. The more we slow down the more we do.

Corey Lively joins the MA 70 mph club

Johnny and the dead rat

Smells like chicken and socks…

Shock staft lengths in place of spacers

News items

Live Time drag racing system

Rocket car jumps

The new infinity curved scissors

Ran out of talent podcast, why cant we get any love?

The hobbplex show….

New R1 wurks caps, made for drag racing?

New X-ray servo arm…

RC Word Of the Week (brought to you by Competition X)

Countersunk:

A (flathead) screw with a tapered head; a hole with an angle that accepts a flathead crew. (countersunk chassis).

Main Topic:

Concrete testing day

Tires and prep and brand testing (VooDoo/JC)

Lots of grip and bouncy

Head on into a curb is how I like it. The list of broken stuff

13.5 is big out here, I wonder if it is everywhere else?

Hit man into a 13.5 car?

Spring National: Whats wrong now? Car wont go straight….. fun turns to stress and a quick car switch was a fail…

Mark Vynes car, WOW, Finals mark and Ryan Hildebrand

Featured Item of the week

SSI-065 SIMPLE SOLDERING IRON 89.99

The Maclan Racing SSI series soldering iron is one of the best tool investments a racer can make. The iron is light weight, compact, and designed for high heat performance with superb safety features. This soldering iron will operate from 12V to 24V DC power. We recommend using 6S Li-Po battery for the best performance as the iron will heat to 840°F (450°C) in just about 10 seconds.

The built-in safety features will automatically cool the iron to 400°F if it’s not moved for 3 mins and will completely shut off power and go into standby mode after 6 mins of idle time. The OLED screen displays iron status and adjustment information. All parameters can be easily and quickly adjusted by the buttons on the handle.

SSI-065 Features:

MCU control and program for precise temperature and safety control

Maximum 840+°F (450°C) temperature for RC applications

OLED display for easy reading status

Portable size and light weight for easy transportation to race events

Maximum 65W output with 24V power input

Built-in safety parameters to protect battery voltage and soldering iron tip lifespan

CE & FCC certified

 

Thank you to MaxAmps, MKS Servo, Maclan racing, Graupner USA, CowRC, All you awesome fans, We love you all! Share the Show!

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