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Old 08-11-2007, 08:00 AM   #21091
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Sup guys,

Today is my last day at Schumacher and just wanted to take a moment to thank everyone (team drivers & customers) I worked with throughout the years here at Schumacher. I will certainly still be on this forum causing trouble and helping when I can Hope to see most of you soon enough at the races!


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Rich will save money or waters now....ha ha ha ha

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Old 08-11-2007, 08:57 AM   #21092
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Good Luck PW I only got to talk to 1 time and U helped me with everything I needed and then some......support is key.... where ever U go they will be lucky to have YOU...
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Old 08-12-2007, 12:32 AM   #21093
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Anyone know where I can find Weilin's 19 turn rubber setup from the '06 IIC I looked under setups at the schumacher site for the MI2ec but couldn't find it. Mainly just need a solid setup with a front spool rear oneway since thats what I have for stock carpet rubber and 19t carpet foam. I pray I can find something that will work with the 2 so I wont have to adjust much.
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Anyone know where I can find Weilin's 19 turn rubber setup from the '06 IIC I looked under setups at the schumacher site for the MI2ec but couldn't find it. Mainly just need a solid setup with a front spool rear oneway since thats what I have for stock carpet rubber and 19t carpet foam. I pray I can find something that will work with the 2 so I wont have to adjust much.
you have a spool in front and a one way in the rear?!?..19t carpet you need a diff front and rear, and for carpet rubber u need a one way and a diff in the back.
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Old 08-12-2007, 09:28 AM   #21095
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I meant a diff in the rear lol got typing faster then my brain was thinking.
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Old 08-12-2007, 01:30 PM   #21096
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hey all:Sorry to see pw leave schumacher,but better days lie ahead?Were is pw going anyone know?Thanks and good luck pw
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He's going to JConcepts.
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You racing at BCR next weekend Jon?

As long as I can go, looks like it'll be my first time running brushless with the new Orion motor..
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You racing at BCR next weekend Jon?

As long as I can go, looks like it'll be my first time running brushless with the new Orion motor..
I'll be there. My first run with the brushless too. I see a learning curve ahead.
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You racing at BCR next weekend Jon?

As long as I can go, looks like it'll be my first time running brushless with the new Orion motor..
I'm not sure what's going on next week yet.
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Jon..putting your setup from Reedy Race in my MI3...I notice you do not have much droop and the rear shocks have to be wound down a lot to get ride height....is there any particular reasoning behind this?I willbe testing tomorrow so I have not driven this setup yet....just curious
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Hopefully you'll actually start to enjoy racing agian now that you dont "have to race". Funny how that works out.

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Sup guys,

Today is my last day at Schumacher and just wanted to take a moment to thank everyone (team drivers & customers) I worked with throughout the years here at Schumacher. I will certainly still be on this forum causing trouble and helping when I can Hope to see most of you soon enough at the races!


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In what roll ??? R+D? Could jconcepts be thinking of trying 1/10th saloons
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Jon..putting your setup from Reedy Race in my MI3...I notice you do not have much droop and the rear shocks have to be wound down a lot to get ride height....is there any particular reasoning behind this?I willbe testing tomorrow so I have not driven this setup yet....just curious
I'm not sure what you mean. 4.5mm ride height in the front w/ 2mm front droop and 5mm rear ride height w/ 3mm rear droop is pretty normal. Yes, the preload collars will be down a bit but that's just because our springs are fairly short. Did you set your shock lengths like I have on the setup sheet?
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Sup everyone...Just checking in on my lunch break

BTW...Moving sucks, but it's going to be worth it (apt to house)
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