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7/09/2011 7:14 pm  #1


Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

Whooooop there it is!

Your chance to go Neo!

New challenge to Robert!  hmmmmm, C Can and Bobs Neo SIXer's

Roy's got one!

We all like inlines, inlines are fun!

C can or hawk/euro mtr, any arm up to a 27, any mag.

Shoot for the low .6's or high .5's

Food for thought,
Timmy

Last edited by Timmy! (6/16/2012 5:36 pm)


"It ain't about Class, It's about FASSST!!!
 

7/09/2011 9:24 pm  #2


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

OK, I'm in. You guys are killing me. I guess I'll eat my words and build an inline neo car. Let the carnage begin.

 

7/09/2011 9:55 pm  #3


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

Bill, Why would you use .300 tires. put some meat under there. You're going to need it.

 

7/09/2011 10:02 pm  #4


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

Here's mine. Got one of Timmy's neo 27 going in this week.
http://i1116.photobucket.com/albums/k566/bigal422/DSCN06622.jpg

 

7/09/2011 10:41 pm  #5


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

I may try a lexan JDS Mustang.on a WRP inlineor Kentucky Trash.

I think a 12, 20 or 27 can hunt in this class.  I bet all three would be in the 6's in a lexan on a fast track.

That is a beautiful Camaro BigAl! 

Timmy

Last edited by TIMMY! (7/09/2011 10:54 pm)


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7/10/2011 3:23 am  #6


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

why not why not 3 groups fastest in-line hard body model kit ; styren bodied ; lexan bodied ,could run all 3 with same chassis or weight limit for each one. will be interesting to see which speed demon can get all that horse power harnessed in-line to go more than one pass without getting strange down track going to be some good reading.like a good NASCAR fan ,I'll sit back and wait for the carnage to begin

 

7/10/2011 7:50 am  #7


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

Marty as you can see, I'm staying out of this one.... 
Learned my lesson with Spec Cars.... 

   DVan


"Where legends are made and records are broken".
 

7/10/2011 9:14 am  #8


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

Bill, you seem to be making this more complicated than it needs to be. No Class or spec. Take an inline chassis, any motor up to a 27 and what ever body you want to use and see how fast you can go. I may be wrong, but that is how I took what Timmy said.

Last edited by bigal422 (7/10/2011 9:16 am)

 

7/10/2011 10:30 am  #9


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

Think I will make my next one a pusher with lexan body styrene driver and hardbody windows
 
Royz


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7/10/2011 2:47 pm  #10


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

Robert, NO you can't borrow the "Down Under Vette"..   

  DVan


"Where legends are made and records are broken".
 

7/10/2011 3:24 pm  #11


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

Robert K wrote:

Hay Donnie do you race at any of these guys tracks or who racers at who's track ? I'm just see'ing who will drive my car so
there is witnesses and possibly another car to run up the ass of heheheheheheh......
DVan will you stay out of it for once.........
Hay also is a MM20 allowed ??????

An inline Neo is allowed  period


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7/11/2011 4:10 pm  #12


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

Okay, here is my first attempt two years ago....  120 g, piano wire and brass chassis, C-Can w/ Banks thick Neos, .520 airgap, Pro Slot Top Gun 4/3 arm.  Ran .690's @ 80 and change, if it wasn't skidding upside down or bouncing off the floor or walls....

http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f181/67vwracer/Mustang990winner.jpg


Here's the second attempt....  MM/PS, JDS Annihiator chassis, 125g, Full size Banks mags, .520 airgap, Pro Slot TopGun 4/3 arm.  Ran .660's @ 80 and change. This one was better, but still would take off and fly occasionally....

http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f181/67vwracer/Neocarcrashed.jpg


3rd attempt, Kinda fuzzy pic, but Ron Steege resin Cobalt that was lightened, JDS Annihilator inline chassis, 90 grams total, full size c-can, double stacked Kenons, Pro Slot 4/3 Top Gun arm, ran .615 @ 87 and change.  This one is pretty smooth, that's why it is in good shape, but iit's not as fun since it gets down every pass....

http://i47.photobucket.com/albums/f181/67vwracer/cobalt.jpg


Hmmm.....  I stopped playing with the inlines because I wanted to get under 90 grams and go .4's.  I might have to finish attempt #4 now.....   

Last edited by Gary Lum (7/11/2011 4:10 pm)

 

7/13/2011 12:32 pm  #13


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

Who Is going to flip first 

 

7/13/2011 5:52 pm  #14


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

Is this challenge for inline hardbodies only? Any make or model?

 

7/13/2011 5:52 pm  #15


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

Robert K wrote:

Could be me

You guys are down under anyways M8


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7/13/2011 5:54 pm  #16


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

BAD Racing wrote:

Is this challenge for inline hardbodies only? Any make or model?

Bill Inline anything with a Neo Motor
Royz

Last edited by novaz (7/13/2011 5:57 pm)


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7/13/2011 6:06 pm  #17


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

OK let me see what I can come up with!!!

 

7/15/2011 7:04 pm  #18


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

OK guys, This is what I came up with. I built a WRP narrow inline chassis with .082 stainless and .050 struts for the wheelie wheels. It has 1.062x.500 ProTracks. A styrene VW gia body. The motor is a C-Can with Emo mags with a koford 20 arm with .020 gap per side. Gearing is 14/56. It is 86g. Car went straight and true in the 1/8. ET .494 to .520 The 60' was .120 to .135. I really don't think this car has enough gear on it because of the 60'. I have never had a 20 motor and have no idea what to gear the thing. Letme know what you guys think.

 

7/15/2011 8:30 pm  #19


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

bigal422 wrote:

OK guys, This is what I came up with. I built a WRP narrow inline chassis with .082 stainless and .050 struts for the wheelie wheels. It has 1.062x.500 ProTracks. A styrene VW gia body. The motor is a C-Can with Emo mags with a koford 20 arm with .020 gap per side. Gearing is 14/56. It is 86g. Car went straight and true in the 1/8. ET .494 to .520 The 60' was .120 to .135. I really don't think this car has enough gear on it because of the 60'. I have never had a 20 motor and have no idea what to gear the thing. Letme know what you guys think.

On my hardbody Neo 20 car, I have it geared 12/56, but it weighs 120 grams.  I'm using the cheapy stainless inline chassis, 1.040x.500 JDS Hardcores or 1.040x.500 SRP 2 dots. 

Drop your pinion a tooth and let it fly....

 

7/15/2011 9:14 pm  #20


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

Thanks Gary, I talked to Timmy earlier and he suggested the same thing. I will give that a try next time out.

 

7/20/2011 11:49 pm  #21


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

There has been a really good response on this Inline Challenge.  When I originally made this post it was in response to Novaz Inline project and the very good job he has done on it.  I did not expect the quick and enthusiastic response.  Inlines have always been fun to me, they are easily worked on and resemble 1/1 cars in launch and other tuning aspects.

There are no rules set in stone here, we are only comparing numbers and experiences with these.  To Clarify the 27 arm suggestion, It would not be good for anyone to go out and overpower their car with a c can neo open and tear Hell out of it several times.  That would lead to "why the heck did he start this challenge?", lol  IMO a 27 arm is capable of .5's possibly and a little milder on the pocket book too. 

It would be cool to see hardbody and lexan numbers and let everyione do their thang.  Welcome Dirk, He is a great person to race with and one of the better inline guys, so check his posts out.

Suggestion,
We can group the results in categories for closer comparisons.

Hardbody under 100 Gram
Grp 12
Grp 20
Grp 27
Unlimited

Hardbody over 100 Gram
Grp 12
Grp 20
Grp 27
Unlimited

Lexan under 70 Gram
Grp 12
Grp 20
Grp 27
Unlimited

Lexan over 70 Gram
Grp 12
Grp 20
Grp 27
Unlimited

These are not rules, they are guidlines if you want to use them.

Breaking down the weights and motors helps the racers like me that want to Flog a 12 to see how fast it can go and then move on.

Please share your info and post pics when you can. 

As Flounder said in Animal House, "Oh Boy is this gonna be Fun!"

Timmy!

Last edited by Timmy! (7/20/2011 11:52 pm)


"It ain't about Class, It's about FASSST!!!
     Thread Starter
 

7/21/2011 12:24 am  #22


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

Timmy, You are as bad as me to be up all night. I'll try to get some pics up tomorrow (today) on what I've been working on this week.

 

7/26/2011 5:00 pm  #23


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

Bill you are biting the hand that attempts to feed you, lol.
These are as I stated guidelines, not rules, just a way to correlate results in a comparison friendly way.

Take yourself for example, you want to start out with a 12 motor.  Would you like to compare your numbers on a proslot 12 neo to someone running a proslot open 4021 motor.  You really would not know how you were fairing because it is comparing two different winds which perform drastically different.
If Dvan has his neo 12 inline car and you have your neo 12 inline car results grouped together you can learn all sorts of things from gear ratios, tire heights, KMR's versus Pro slot mags, 60' times between the cars. 
On the other end of that, what if you get your 12 to run faster than Timmy's 20 neo, in one big group that would be all it is, a faster pass than his car, when in reality it is a bigger accomplishment for a 12 to outrun a 20 and most racers would be all ears to know how you did it.

No one has to use these guidelines, but it could become advantageous to all racers who are jumping in the neo cars and worth the hassle to show people how what goes fast and why.  I found out this weekend a couple of things that dont work with airgaps.

I found out that a 27 arm is better off with .015 to .025 gap perside than .010 to .0125 per side. on the KMR's.

My .459 with a .495 hole ran much better than my .480 with a .505 hole.

I also know that a proslot ps4012 .515 arm will run faster with single emos at .560 hole than KMR's at a .522 hole and a .500 ps 4012 arm.  It may not be the singles vs quads that make the difference, it most likely is the emos are not as overpowering as the kmrs in strength and .522 is the biggest hole you can get with the gen 1 kmr mag without honing.

In case you dont know this folks, Supermaganetman has some nice 6 mag combos that make a .560 hole and 3 segs per side.  n5051-45sh is the part number I thk.

The Main thing objective is to have fun, share with friends and learn something you did not know.

Timmy

Last edited by Timmy! (7/26/2011 5:04 pm)


"It ain't about Class, It's about FASSST!!!
     Thread Starter
 

7/26/2011 5:23 pm  #24


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

Suggestion,
We can group the results in categories for closer comparisons.

Hardbody under 100 Gram
Grp 12
Grp 20
Grp 27
Unlimited

Hardbody over 100 Gram
Grp 12
Grp 20
Grp 27
Unlimited

Lexan under 70 Gram
Grp 12
Grp 20
Grp 27
Unlimited

Lexan over 70 Gram
Grp 12
Grp 20
Grp 27
Unlimited

These are not rules, they are guidelines if you want to use them.

***Bill why don't you take the above and start a new thread for Neo Motors and make it either inline or Sidewinder...***



Timmy your thread was too easy to follow...
We need complications or it's not racing for some folks...... 
  (Joking!!!!)

  DVan


"Where legends are made and records are broken".
 

7/26/2011 8:08 pm  #25


Re: Neo InLine, Is the Challenge on? Something New!

DVan wrote:

Suggestion,
We can group the results in categories for closer comparisons.

Hardbody under 100 Gram
Grp 12
Grp 20
Grp 27
Unlimited

Hardbody over 100 Gram
Grp 12
Grp 20
Grp 27
Unlimited

Lexan under 70 Gram
Grp 12
Grp 20
Grp 27
Unlimited

Lexan over 70 Gram
Grp 12
Grp 20
Grp 27
Unlimited

These are not rules, they are guidelines if you want to use them.

***Bill why don't you take the above and start a new thread for Neo Motors and make it either inline or Sidewinder...***



Timmy your thread was too easy to follow...
We need complications or it's not racing for some folks...... 
  (Joking!!!!)

  DVan

what about my 4 wheel drive Batmobile hard body that weighs exactly 100Grams with a 27 sidewinder in the rear and a 12 inline up front whats a poor ole English guy to do

Last edited by novaz (7/26/2011 8:09 pm)


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