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Old 12-05-2007, 07:29 PM   #3211
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Thanks gentlemen.
What a great resource this site really is!

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Old 12-05-2007, 09:09 PM   #3212
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Finally got to race my BD12R for the second time this evening (I think I last drove it in September) and after taking a little bit of getting used to the car, I just missed the A main. I ended up winning the B by 3 or 4 laps but there was a bit of luck involved. The car drove amazing and I had the guy who won the A telling me my car looked better than his.
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Old 12-06-2007, 05:16 AM   #3213
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The 360 race in NYC was great. The car was even better. The track was very smooth, high grip, with a great layout.

someone asked, so i will post for all

The tune-ability of the car was great, just kept looking for a little more each round, and the car responded. Got lucky enough to set, and reset tq each round.
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D pink front- 20 springs- 10k lube-castor shimms back- 3/4 Paragon
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In the main, was a little ruff at the start, but when i pushed the car really hard ,the new chassis brace helped the car to be very precise, and predictable ,to run it back to the front.
Casey: your car looked amazing at the 360 race. I had my car built but decided to only run touring car. I'm going to try your setup on my car next week. I cant wait to finally drive my DB12R.
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Old 12-06-2007, 12:57 PM   #3214
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Hey Guys,

Glad to see everyone enjoying there cars.

I wanted to let you guys know that we are trying to get all orders out by monday. We really got backed up with orders for christmas and i have been working like a madman to get them all packed up. I have hired a new guy to help with packaging and shipping in the BMI side of the business. Things will get alot easier for me very shortly. This has been an extremely busy time for us. This is a great thing but i dont want anyone to think that we forgot about them. Thanks for your understanding.
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Old 12-06-2007, 03:14 PM   #3215
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Casey: your car looked amazing at the 360 race. I had my car built but decided to only run touring car. I'm going to try your setup on my car next week. I cant wait to finally drive my DB12R.
Thank you, The guys around me were making fun of me after the first round, when I started re-doing the whole set up, well, Ray was !

The car responds to the tuning for each situation needed, Link up with Craig Santry ( extrememddness ) when you are there, he knows what i ran, and what to do when the track conditions change, plus he can text me when he is at the track
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Old 12-06-2007, 03:39 PM   #3216
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... This is a great thing but i dont want anyone to think that we forgot about them...


hehe j/k
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Old 12-06-2007, 04:48 PM   #3217
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can anyone confirm the overall shock length?
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66mm
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Old 12-06-2007, 05:11 PM   #3219
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Thank you, The guys around me were making fun of me after the first round, when I started re-doing the whole set up, well, Ray was !

The car responds to the tuning for each situation needed, Link up with Craig Santry ( extrememddness ) when you are there, he knows what i ran, and what to do when the track conditions change, plus he can text me when he is at the track
I know Craig i was talking to him about tire setup. I know he was running lilac and yellow. I am actually going to flip my servo right now. I know he said it did wonders for his car.
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Old 12-06-2007, 06:33 PM   #3220
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66mm
thanx i had it 67?
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Old 12-07-2007, 09:01 AM   #3221
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hehe j/k
man i suck. I will send it out bro. Did you ship my package out you forgeter?
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Old 12-07-2007, 03:50 PM   #3222
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cars done,electronics in brushless friendly:^)i recieved the long irs studs for the servo saver when laid down , wich holes do i drill to install in proper place, thanx guys i appreciate all the help ive gotten here, now all i gotta do is land some wins with her tomorrow test-n-tune
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ok another issiues, i was told to use the long studs??well theres no way there connecing to spindles and turning?can someone post a pic?guessing put the studs on rear side
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We are using the medium black ballstud on the spindles to run the servo flat. We use the tall for the shock mount.
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We are using the medium black ballstud on the spindles to run the servo flat. We use the tall for the shock mount.
where do the mediums go?same spot of servo saver as smaller studs
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