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Old 11-01-2007, 06:27 PM   #2596
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Seeeee.....I told you that you have more pull than I do. Please send me the race site address so that I can get directions again. I'll try to make it up in the next 2 Sundays for some 12th modified. Come oonnn Tekin.
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can you send it to me again buddy? I must have missed that.
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The birds is gonna be awesome. Im taking the whole week off so i can actually practice this year. Nothing sucks more than having your 1st heat be your 1st practice.
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Thanks bro... Thanks to Nova also. You guys really kick ass.
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Seeeee.....I told you that you have more pull than I do. Please send me the race site address so that I can get directions again. I'll try to make it up in the next 2 Sundays for some 12th modified. Come oonnn Tekin.
Woodville Mall
3725 Williston Rd
Northwood, OH 43619-2053

Williston Rd. is also called Rt 579
and the road infront of the woodville mall is Woodville rd. also Rt 51

So you would run up or down I-280 which ever way your coming from.
Get off at the woodville Rd Rt51 exit and go East.
Williston Rd. is about 1-3 miles down the road. when you are at that intersection look off the the left. THATS THE MALL.

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Old 11-01-2007, 06:46 PM   #2601
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For all of you that would like an BMI Avatar here ya go.
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Thanks buddy. I really am giving it all i got to make sure that the cars are available with same day shipping and help the customers to the best of my ability.

The new stuff for the car is the new aluminum precision front arm ride height adjuster set, 3mm lightweight aluminum axle shims, carbon fiber servo brace, and the slapmaster front bumpers. There is more to come but we still need time. The car comes with most all of the trick stuff you could want so it doesnt leave me room for much in upgrades. We are pretty much just making parts to make life in 1/12th easier.
I can tell, and it is REALLY paying off!

What would I need those ride height adjusters for? To run big tires? Or?

I love the bumper, I did see that

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J, you should have a pit board made like that! Looking like CF with the BMI in it, and then DB12R, and a few other things, that would be SWEET
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Thanks bro... Thanks to Nova also. You guys really kick ass.
Can I post the jpeg in her?
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Man taht got x-rated quick
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I can tell, and it is REALLY paying off!

What would I need those ride height adjusters for? To run big tires? Or?

I love the bumper, I did see that




J, you should have a pit board made like that! Looking like CF with the BMI in it, and then DB12R, and a few other things, that would be SWEET
The front spacer ride height adjusters are for use with the IRS lower front arms. They allow you to change your front ride height in .5mm increments without stacking shims. They are extremely accurate,have referance marks on them so they are easy to group, and they beef up the front arms.

The rear axle shims are so you can run 1 per side and achieve 172mm and perfectly center the axle. It takes all the measuring center for the axle out of the equation.
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The front spacer ride height adjusters are for use with the IRS lower front arms. They allow you to change your front ride height in .5mm increments without stacking shims. They are extremely accurate,have referance marks on them so they are easy to group, and they beef up the front arms.

The rear axle shims are so you can run 1 per side and achieve 172mm and perfectly center the axle. It takes all the measuring center for the axle out of the equation.

So, pretty much, I dont need the front ones then? I dont have plans to get into all that right off, maybe when I get the hang of it....

The rear, thats something you need to do? Or, why?

Sorry for the dumb questions
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So, pretty much, I dont need the front ones then? I dont have plans to get into all that right off, maybe when I get the hang of it....

The rear, thats something you need to do? Or, why?

Sorry for the dumb questions
The rear spacers help get the Jaco Prisms spaced out to 172mm without using a stack (like 5 on each side) of shims. For other wheels with different offsets you need to adjust with shims.
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The rear spacers help get the Jaco Prisms spaced out to 172mm without using a stack (like 5 on each side) of shims. For other wheels with different offsets you need to adjust with shims.
Ohhhhh, I didnt see that, DUH lol, I feel so dumb now

Haha, I read that too

Thanks man
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