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Old 12-04-2007, 06:43 PM   #23611
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I appreciate the feedback guys, I was trying to get an idea in case it was something to come up in the near future
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Old 12-04-2007, 06:46 PM   #23612
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lol right on, and yes solara I'm just poking fun

Yeah, after reading through this the past hours I was wondering, but yeah it seems to be a small market.
Adam....don't worry about it. I love ppl cracking joke all the time, even on me....look at Nexus, he does that all the time, and I make those stupid Chicago Cops Donut Joke about him all the time too...(that explain why I have at least 8 no front plate tickets, and 5 tinted windows in CHICAGO only..)

About the C-hub....really, if my Mi2EC didn't get the "crack c-hub on right turn virus"....I would never get the PURPLE things like that. I am just frushtrated about replacing 9 C-hub within the last 3 races and all are on the RIGHT (I have 12 plus left 4, 6 degree C-hub in my box brand new...) I just don't know where is the problem...and prior to that incident, my Mi2EC was like a tank....I think I broke 1 front arm 1 time when I was running 4.5 outdoor and trying to take out two 1/8th that were in my way....obviously, that was a stupid move.

Nexus and I both agree on the same thing...even with the alum C-hub...if I have not figure out the problem, the next thing will break is the lower arm. The worst case...I might BENT the alum C-hub and that might ended up 4.75 degree instead of 4 degree and have the screw up setup forever...
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Old 12-04-2007, 06:51 PM   #23613
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It's good to see ...as well as the rest of the team, a good bit of ribbing. I'm always the first one cracking jokes and making the best time I can, this "sport" "hobby" "gold digging pastime" was invented to have fun and I think we should never forget that.

It doesn't matter who you run for, and where your allegiance lies, at the end of the day were all just a bunch of guys and girls playing with toy cars


even if they are really expensive
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Old 12-04-2007, 07:32 PM   #23614
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hi all! I am looking at making an order for parts via Shuie USA and just want to be sure i dont miss out on some stuff. I want to run my Orion 4800 Platinum packs and I believe to do this i will need the optional center track rod so i can position the pack well and free up the obstruction caused by the rear bulkhead over the battery terminals. Would anyone have a part number on that?

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Old 12-04-2007, 07:33 PM   #23615
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Here is my theory Slowara.

It's always right because we always run in clockwise direction. So many turns are to the right and you tap that side more. But I still say double check the trims. This is the only EC out of about 5-6 in the area that was and still is breaking C-hubs.
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Old 12-04-2007, 07:45 PM   #23616
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I do believe what your looking for is part number U3135???


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hi all! I am looking at making an order for parts via Shuie USA and just want to be sure i dont miss out on some stuff. I want to run my Orion 4800 Platinum packs and I believe to do this i will need the optional center track rod so i can position the pack well and free up the obstruction caused by the rear bulkhead over the battery terminals. Would anyone have a part number on that?

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Old 12-04-2007, 08:04 PM   #23617
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Here is my theory Slowara.

It's always right because we always run in clockwise direction. So many turns are to the right and you tap that side more. But I still say double check the trims. This is the only EC out of about 5-6 in the area that was and still is breaking C-hubs.
If you are not handing over MY 96T spur gear....the next thing your Mi3 will break is the chassis....

I need to order the 4 degree Tamale for the Mi3 and 6 degree Tamale for my Mi2EC foam....I have plenty of front arm to break.
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Old 12-04-2007, 08:19 PM   #23618
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HA!!!

Unknown to you I have a backup chassis, because when the untrained racer (myself) never put his car on a setup board and couldn't figure out why he was fighting his car for 3-6 months.....yes I said months! You just come to realize that all those parts you replaced are not bad after all

I'm looking fwd to the 96T spurs any day now dude, you'll be getting a call when I have them

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If you are not handing over MY 96T spur gear...the next thing your Mi3 will break is the chassis....

I need to order the 4 degree Tamale for the Mi3 and 6 degree Tamale for my Mi2EC foam....I have plenty of front arm to break.
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Old 12-04-2007, 11:30 PM   #23619
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I do believe what your looking for is part number U3135???


thats great! perfect! thanks adam! you shoudl be hearing from me within the next week on an order for the parts. thanks for the help! much appreciated!
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Old 12-04-2007, 11:35 PM   #23620
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parms mo ...I fe'd up with the green but o well look's ok but not next time
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Old 12-05-2007, 05:37 AM   #23621
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Just acquired a mi2ec, and wanted to know whats the internal ratio?

And wheres a good online store to purchase spares etc?

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Old 12-05-2007, 05:40 AM   #23622
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Just acquired a mi2ec, and wanted to know whats the internal ratio?

And wheres a good online store to purchase spares etc?

Thanks.
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Old 12-05-2007, 06:53 AM   #23623
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Your fed up with that??????


It looks good, even with the bright shiny green rear end

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Old 12-05-2007, 07:51 AM   #23624
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Nice!!!! That paint job is great!
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Your fed up with that??????


It looks good, even with the bright shiny green rear end
Why are you checking out his rear-end???!!!
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