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Old 07-08-2002, 03:51 PM   #2461
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What is a good setup for Ripon in either mod or stock for a Mission Carbon?

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Private message Pat McCarson and get the set up that he ran on Saturday. It was dialed. It brought a tear to my eye Are you running the Revo race this weekend? If so I'll see you there.
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Old 07-08-2002, 03:57 PM   #2462
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Hey Clint- What does the BN in BN Racing stand for....exactly?

Just wondering....

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It's the racing team I started about two years ago. It has an inside meaning to it. It's very hard to explain in an email. Some people might be offended by it's meaning but it was started as a joke and grew from there. Ruben is also a team member of BN RACING. We start things just between friends and sometimes the word gets out when people see our stickers or paint jobs with the words in it. The next time you talk to Ruben ask him about Team grilled cheese....LOL
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I think it stands for Berrilium eNema. I think it has to do with the driving style taught at BN racing boot camp.
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Unfortunately I won't be able to make it to the REVO race this weekend as a I have to attend the Hot Import Nights car show in LA. I wish I could attend this year as I have attended in the past few years. I will be out at Ripon again the weekend after the REVO race.

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Old 07-08-2002, 06:39 PM   #2465
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Hey Spooky....Well, I just rebuilt my car and the chassis stayed I've found that the car seems to balance (tweak) out much better and it drives that way too. All my shock collars are within a 1/4 turn of each other

I will post some pics of my car tomm.
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James- Enjoy your self down there.
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PW....how thick are the chassis and top plates? How soon till you guys have them in stock?
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Yeah can we get an estimated price on them too!!!!!!

I had to install my back-up chassis last week.... after an altercation with a nitro car during practice
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Old 07-09-2002, 02:11 AM   #2469
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MattW: More fences!!! Well thats definitely NOT what I want!

Thanks for the info.
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Why is there 2 holes in the warpspeed chassis for mounting the motor mount? is it for better weight distribution?
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That would be my guess, if you run light electronics the weight balence is out a little, so moving the motor futher over may be of benefit.
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Hey Kevin...The chassis' will be offered in 3mm and 2mm. The first ones will be 3mm though.

The 3mm chassis set will sell for $129.99 Retail. The second holes are for the motorplate and yes, it helps the balance of the car. The servo also can be moved out for better balance and the servo can be turned sideways (check the pic)
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Paul......do you get both top plates in the chassis set for that price or is it just the bottom plate. Have you tried both locations on the motor mount yet and what do you feelis better.
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Hey Kevin....The chassis will come with the split top-deck for that price.

I like the motor mount moved out, but the only thing is that you will need long shank pinions by Du-Mor/Corally. Titanium Racing is working on long shank pinions. BTW, I perfer long shank pinions even on the standard Mission chassis.

Kevin, please e-mail me pwrcracer@msn.com
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