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Old 02-17-2004, 06:44 AM   #841
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MF - I like our lineup....and OH YES....We will prevail BABY !!!!...How tall is pretzel ???.....Just stand there and block shots !!!!....

Mcmoney - What up PLAYA !!!....Seen anything "Good" latley ??....We've got Mardi Gras this weekend...Next time I see you I'll have some "Good" video footage for ya !!!!......(.)(.)

DerekB - Thats funny man....Did you remember all that....or cut and paste ???....All this talk and you BETTER !!!!.....Be there...

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Old 02-17-2004, 06:50 AM   #842
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Hi futureal,

Did you ever get to post the drivers/sponsors thing for the Snowbirds? I may have just missed it.
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Old 02-17-2004, 08:13 AM   #843
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Hey Shane:::Any luck on getting a list of racers and their cars/equipment/sponsors list posted sometime soon ?

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Still waiting on that. I'll harass Derek some more next time I see him online.
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I go 6'6" and about 250,...my oldest son is 7'-1" and 295,.....trees every where,......
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Hi futureal,

Did you ever get to post the drivers/sponsors thing for the Snowbirds? I may have just missed it.

I sent the On-road files out yesterday, I'm still working on the Oval sheets.

A Tip for Budding Racers:

Fill out those freaking sheets as if you just won the lottery. How hard is it to wrrite some stuff on a piece of paper?
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Old 02-17-2004, 11:41 AM   #846
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Sorry, now I *am* lagging on it, at work right now; I'll try to get them up as soon as I get home. I'm still sick and it's slowing me down.

(Either that or I was laughing too much at the basketball wars going on here last night...)
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Old 02-17-2004, 02:28 PM   #847
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I looked back and I don;t think anyone said anything about the body that is on Atomic's CEFX C12. It looks to be a normal CEFX caddy body but the rear wing is a separate piece. So instead of have a big spoiler and side damns molded in the body wraps around nicely to the back and has a lot more tuneablity through the rear wing. Anyone else notice it or am I too late on the topic?
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All of the equipment details for the on-road A mains are posted:
http://www.rctech.net/events/snowbirds2004/index.shtml

Oval info is still to come.
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I looked back and I don;t think anyone said anything about the body that is on Atomic's CEFX C12. It looks to be a normal CEFX caddy body but the rear wing is a separate piece. So instead of have a big spoiler and side damns molded in the body wraps around nicely to the back and has a lot more tuneablity through the rear wing. Anyone else notice it or am I too late on the topic?
I saw that body and it was sweet. The paint job on it was great too. Maybe he can post a picture of it. I think I was in a qualifier with him.
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Old 02-17-2004, 07:55 PM   #850
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I saw that body and it was sweet. The paint job on it was great too. Maybe he can post a picture of it. I think I was in a qualifier with him.


http://www.rctech.net/events/snowbir.../index21.shtml
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You did a damn fine job
down here. I hope you are quite rested
up. Just think what JC had to put up
with this last week.

In the future, how do you prefer to be
addressed? JM, S, or FR? It don't
matter to me. I just remember the old
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Any of them are fine. Most people can't seem to pronounce futureal so they just call me Shane. haha
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You did a damn fine job
down here. I hope you are quite rested
up. Just think what JC had to put up
with this last week.

In the future, how do you prefer to be
addressed? JM, S, or FR? It don't
matter to me. I just remember the old
days.
What did Jesus Christ have to put up with last week?
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Not a prob. JM for me
is it. Thanks, you did a killer
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Old 02-17-2004, 08:19 PM   #855
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DB He raced at least two classes of nitro, and carried a 150lb cross for a few days.
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