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    C-cans

    I know that this has been previously talked about but I want to know what yall think is the best can overall, having strength but being light at the same time?
    Slotman

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    Cool

    A FAST ONES SLING SHOT CAN.

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    Thats the can that has alot of different cuts in it isn't it, can u post and picture and can my raceway order them?
    Slotman

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    Without a Doubt

    The KAMEN is the best when it comes to strength vs weight ratio

    Try it, you'll love it
    There are "Racers" and there are "Talkers".....which one are you?

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    Maximum Overkill...

    Maximum Overkill....

    for when "too much" is simply not enough!

    Maximum Overkill

    Be sure to check out the specs page!
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    My personaly preference is the Kelly Silver bullet. I think it is plenty strong enough, and makes for the best combination of Tourque and RPM. I'm still playing around with the G2, and G2 thin, haven't done much testing, but i would say that there is real potential for them aswell, once the right setup is figured out.

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    silver bullet is my choice..still testin some g2s out and they seem to work just as well..

    brad...what were u thinking?..lol..
    9x National Champion

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    Yeah

    Yep the fastest s16c i ever built was in a silver bullet i just wondered what yall thought cause i took a lick on a tri oval and the one magnet looks like it has less air gap then on the other side lol so prob aint legal no more i guess i will have to take it apart and hope it goes back together right!
    Slotman

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    Proslot Cans

    Without a doubt the new ProSlot cans are by far the strongest, straightest and nicest looking can I have seen in a long while.

    Not only are they effortless to assemble but they gauss better, lay completely flat on the block, and have a nicer finish that never seems to rust.

    Try one of those you will not be disappointed
    There are "Racers" and there are "Romans".....which one are you?

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    Cahoza C-cans, excellent quallity. Perhaps the best there is...

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    Are Cahoza C-cans USRA approved?

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    Prologix,

    Not at this time..........

    All of the cans listed in this post all pretty much perform the same on the track. All have been tested and raced and I can see no real advantage between one or the other performance wise.

    The real test is reliability and strength...........some are strong and the heavy side while the weak are on the lighter side.

    Test, Test, Test and then test some more to find out which works the best for your application.

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    Thumbs up Kelly Can

    I ran the silver bullet in scale and wings and it held up great. I think it is a good can in strength and speed. I would test the silver bullet can, You won't be disappointed!


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    now read the names and what product they were backing... any unbiased( as in dont have to run those setups) opinions?

    Maximum overkill, a D-can strap motor, Never imagine why that isnt legal in group10...
    -Brian

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    No vested interest here.

    I haven't used the Cahoza or the Silver bullet / G-2. But I've run the old & new Proslots, the new variable timing RJR's in light & standard thicknesses & the Slingshot F.O's as well as the Kamens. I've had the best overall results with the Kamens. They're light & durable. They seem to work equally well in both scale & wing car applications. When used with the Kamen magnets, almost all of my arms seem to run better. My next choice is the new RJR's (tough & the variable timing is nice) followed by the new Proslots ( good fit & finish).
    There you go, nobody paid me to say any of this. My opinion & 80 cents will get you a cup of coffee most anywhere. Hope this helps.
    Luck !

    - -1SH
    I'd rather have a bottle in front of me than to have a frontal lobotomy !

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