that thread would require a nice clean up.Comparing the NSR Baby King and Sideways Baby Raptor has been discussed earlier this year see this post.
Hi Greg,I believe your interpretation might be outside the intended spec.
In the above it says must be ONE of the following ONLY. If it said "can be any of the following" then your point is solid.
I do not think that what Tamar is trying to achieve here is to slow down the quicker drivers. I am sure a quick driver is going to be still the best driver when everything else is comparable.Why's it always about slowing the quicker drivers? They shouldn't have to be penalised because there are usually the better racers!
What was not correct on what I wrote?Almost correct, and yes we are all saying more or less the same thing...but lets keep the facts and data clear.
Enjoy Le Mans.See you guys again...after Le Mans. I do wish everybody a very good weekend.
Gee Tamar, guilty as charged! ;-)"The DiSCA Euro spec was designed to be based on a single motor (the baby sprinter)."
The Scaleauto SC 027B isn't a Baby...its a Junior As in Scaleauto SC 027B Sprinter Junior.
Hi JohnSorry, Tamar but adjusting the RMS isn't what I'd call as being a fair racing format as you'll be reducing the amount of available power (11-12v) to individual cars.
Is a bit like saying to Max and Charles, Sorry but because Lulu's car isn't as quick as there's. The Stewards are going to reduce the power to the RedBull and Ferrari powertrains by ?% to even it up. Never gonna happen. Same in any other racing format either 1-1 or scale!
The two motors are definitely not the same motors or at the very least they are not made the same.What I am personally arguing against in this topic use the use of O2 Chrono to balance two 17k motors which so far have no race conditions proof of being significantly different from each other in performance. In fact the opposite appears to be true due to their dual inclusion in the analogue series.
I think that we need more than this. In particular, you want to have two identical chassis one with the baby king and one with the baby raptor and then use the RMS to balance their RPMs or speed at wheel. Then you want to do a test run with both chassis (with a body of course), say 100 laps each, and see what are the differences, if any....while at least some of them could have started up their Chrono, do a run with car at max speed 100%, do a second run at 80% and post their findings. At least then their opinions would be backed up by first hand experience.
Now that would help not only me...but also this discussion.
As a start I would like to know the distribution of motors (# of drivers using the Sydeway motor vs the # of drivers using the NSR motor) in their analog series.So in the mean while I have a question for you all. How would "sufficient" data translate for you guys ..in numbers?
Test 10 motors each, 20?,30? 50?...100?