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Old 10-29-2006, 04:37 PM   #16456
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This is the SCHUMACHER forum Jason...my lust and sexual attraction to midgets is private business.i prefer if you stop making fun of my gay tendencies,i cant help it.i was born that way.
uh,ok dude.to each his own
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Old 10-29-2006, 04:47 PM   #16457
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Wow,ok I envy you dude.I wish I could see my own
It's ok Jason....not all of us can pee standing up......
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Old 10-29-2006, 06:01 PM   #16458
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fruity.you running foam at minreg or are you playing with rubbers again?
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Wow, this is like reading Butter and EA going at it.
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Old 10-29-2006, 06:23 PM   #16460
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Old 10-29-2006, 10:40 PM   #16461
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I know i can order the schumacher bones for the mi2 online, but i need the bone and axles right now for an upcomng race, and wondered if i could use another manufacturers cvd's for the meantime.

Also, would one see any difference between matched and unmatched 4200WC cells in stock, and 540 class racing?

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Old 10-30-2006, 06:30 AM   #16462
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Oh, sorry, I'm not sure if any others are the same length and size.

As for the batteries. I'd say you'll probably see more of a difference in stock. The pack is only as strong as it's weakest cell. I don't know about where you're at, but most places, stock is a very competitive class and every little bit counts. Especially with batteries since you're very limited on what you can do to your motor to make it faster. You're only other option is to have faster batteries.
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Old 10-30-2006, 07:43 AM   #16463
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I know i can order the schumacher bones for the mi2 online, but i need the bone and axles right now for an upcomng race, and wondered if i could use another manufacturers cvd's for the meantime.

Also, would one see any difference between matched and unmatched 4200WC cells in stock, and 540 class racing?

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There are some that may fit but they won't have blades so they will destroy your outdrives in a run or two. HPI Pro 4 CVD's will fit (not HB Cyclone or Tamiya 415) but the ball offset on the axles is wrong so it will have a negative effect on handling and like I said you will ruin your outdrives very quickly.
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Old 10-30-2006, 10:51 AM   #16465
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Hey guys!
i just got some used steering yokes for my old mi2!
but i dont know wich drgress are them!
somebody could tell me how i measure that?
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i just got some used steering yokes for my old mi2!
but i dont know wich drgress are them!
somebody could tell me how i measure that?
tks a lot
I'm thinking that you could use the Hudy or Integy set up station with the yokes mounted on the car and go from there. They have to be either 4 degree (standard for asphalt) or 6 degree (unsed for foam tire set up's) I'm gonna guess and say 4. Other than that I wouldn't know how to tell just by looking at it.

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hey guys got some ?s

How come alot of carpet foam tire set ups use 4 degrees not 6

can someone post a basic set up for foam carpet to go off of thanx
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Thanks for the vote of confidence. I'm actually not going to be on here as much during the day. New position at work. I'll be out on sales calls all day every day now.

As for measuring, I usually just compare the hole location to known blocks that I had marked with a silver Sharpie straight from the package.
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hey guys what u think of putting a little m3 grub/set screw into the hub so it hold the hinge pins instead of e clips?
any one dont it?
is it more effective?
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Thanks for the vote of confidence. I'm actually not going to be on here as much during the day. New position at work. I'll be out on sales calls all day every day now.

As for measuring, I usually just compare the hole location to known blocks that I had marked with a silver Sharpie straight from the package.
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