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Old 06-14-2007, 04:46 AM   #4066
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satoch must be single cuz I know my wife wouldn't let me was my Eight in the dishwasher. She yells at me for washing tires in the sink all the time
She'll stop yelling at you for using the sink if you work on your car in bed once.
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Old 06-14-2007, 07:36 AM   #4067
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Im the Luckiest guy in the world!! My wife Love's to glue tire's!!! Crazy isn't it?! She also Marshal's like a pro!
Dude.... You're my Hero! I can't even get my wife to come watch me race. The ONE time she did, she said the nitro fumes smelled like CANCER!
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Old 06-14-2007, 08:44 AM   #4068
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mine wont marshall 1\8 scale but she pits for me and waqshes my tires and keeps track of my lap times
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Old 06-14-2007, 11:04 AM   #4069
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mine wont marshall 1\8 scale but she pits for me and waqshes my tires and keeps track of my lap times
she pits for others and occasionally cooks us lunch on the grill too
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Old 06-14-2007, 01:01 PM   #4070
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I was running low on glow plug's and fuel one time,so at a race she put a towel down and set up a little tire gluing station. Only charging a glow plug for 3 set's of tires.(12pcs.)The funny thing was Racer's paid her $20 buck's per 3 set's, and none of her tires came unglued. She dremeled and denatured like a profesional! Let's just say I got my glow plug's fuel and some tire's of my own!!!! You guy's should see her drive her mugen mtx3 prospec! I told her to play the girl card and send in a sponsership app, but she said its my hooby, and she's just here for support... Guess i got a keeper!
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Old 06-14-2007, 02:23 PM   #4071
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I was running low on glow plug's and fuel one time,so at a race she put a towel down and set up a little tire gluing station. Only charging a glow plug for 3 set's of tires.(12pcs.)The funny thing was Racer's paid her $20 buck's per 3 set's, and none of her tires came unglued. She dremeled and denatured like a profesional! Let's just say I got my glow plug's fuel and some tire's of my own!!!! You guy's should see her drive her mugen mtx3 prospec! I told her to play the girl card and send in a sponsership app, but she said its my hooby, and she's just here for support... Guess i got a keeper!
WOW!! Thats a pretty good deal, 3 sets for a glowplug! So when you gonna bring her up cuz I suck at gluing, really suck!! Well tell her send in application so she can be part of the "HOOBY" with you.
Hey FreeFallMarine, where are my Pancake Bunny Racing stickers?
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Old 06-14-2007, 03:03 PM   #4072
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Pancake Bunny sticker's are in the work's as we speak. ill see the printers tommorow.
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Old 06-14-2007, 04:59 PM   #4073
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no one is running AA reciever packs?
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Old 06-14-2007, 05:04 PM   #4074
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no one is running AA reciever packs?
If you are referring to four AA batteries, they don't have the voltage to keep up with the high powered servos. Most use a NiMh or LiPo RX pack. They last longer and have more for the electronics.
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Hey, Freefall, I can't get the LHS owner to answer any of my emails regarding a big gas race around here. I think we need to road trip somewhere an race sometime.
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Hey, Freefall, I can't get the LHS owner to answer any of my emails regarding a big gas race around here. I think we need to road trip somewhere an race sometime.
What do you have in mind??? Sound's intresting..... Lesiure Raceway?
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Are you going to Joliet? I've took off work to go up there. That would be a hell of a road trip for you. Could we get Trebor up there too. I have been testing with my buggy and I'm driving much better now. I'm real happy with it. I let the chassis work now. lol
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I would have to fly up there. It's too far to drive. Sound's fun though..
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I would have to fly up there. It's too far to drive. Sound's fun though..
That's getting serious. Surely we can find a good track closer to home. There is some races coming up in Colorado next month. a guy on here named Lars was telling me about the Colorado series. Might be cool. I do some searching.
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I hear Lesiure is awsome...im planning on going..Ill drive up and ride with ya.
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