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Old 06-30-2007, 04:03 AM   #4291
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Thank's for the complement's, but Im Calling shotgun for the trip now. Is Frank going to this one also? We definatly need Trebor to meet up with us. And make sure you guy's make it to my enduro!!! It'll be a blast!!! I can't friggin believe it's still raining here...It Suck's.
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Air8, how long of a drive was it for you to OKC?
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We have a bunch of rain also, messing with our plans to race outside. It's looking like inside tonight. Frank had said he was going to Leisure. He is the one who has the A/C in the enclosed trailer. Perfect for summer time racing. Hop out to warm up and race, then back into the A/C. Maybe if I drive good enough he will let me sit in there for a while.

did you get the "Pancake Bunny Racing" stickers made? lol
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Air8, how long of a drive was it for you to OKC? Im just trying to figure out my drive time to K.S.
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We have a bunch of rain also, messing with our plans to race outside. It's looking like inside tonight. Frank had said he was going to Leisure. He is the one who has the A/C in the enclosed trailer. Perfect for summer time racing. Hop out to warm up and race, then back into the A/C. Maybe if I drive good enough he will let me sit in there for a while.

did you get the "Pancake Bunny Racing" stickers made? lol
YES I did...50 of them to fit the proline wing's..25 fl yellow, 25 black. Waiting for a nice race to show it off.
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Air8, how long of a drive was it for you to OKC?
It's only 3 hrs at 80mph. It would be a better trip if I'm not hauling a car down there. lol.

What starter box are u using on your 8. I can't find any belts or pulleys for my TM X5. So I need to get another box this week. I have to put my 8 gallon Mach back in AAAGGGain to race tonight. It's going to be a long day.
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Old 06-30-2007, 04:13 AM   #4297
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YES I did...50 of them to fit the proline wing's..25 fl yellow, 25 black. Waiting for a nice race to show it off.
Holy crap, 50? That is awesome. I'll try giving you a call today. I'm headed home in an hour to go to sleep. And I'm picking up my daughter from her mom's at 1300. But then to the track at 1530. So I MIGHT be able to give you a call.
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Amain has the pully for your box. its listed under sportwerks cyclone, in the starter box section. im serching for the belts now..I use the mugen box's. Got 2 of them.
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Are you still running that Rossi with 16 or 17 gallons on it?
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Call me, Ill be pumping water out of my dad's house..
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k, good luck.
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Are you still running that Rossi with 16 or 17 gallons on it?
My buddie's talked me into retiring it. It's sad cause i have 2 brand new novarossi plus-5's and 2 brand new os vg's. but i had to run ole faithfull. i guess it was really time to put her up. I tell you what, Those original novarossi p-5's are hella good motor's.
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Freefallmarine- which Futaba servos are you using??? My steering servo went when the motor acted up. It still works but I can turn it to one side and be able to push it freely to the other direction with my hand???
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Ya, true, I always have had good luck with the NovaRossi engines!

I had a RB that was really good after pinching the sleeve too, but the NovaRossi wins.

My sn is running a VG now, not a real powerhouse, but still fast and easy to drive. We'll see how long the O.S. goes, hopefully it won't live up to it's earlier reputation, LOL.





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Freefallmarine- which Futaba servos are you using??? My steering servo went when the motor acted up. It still works but I can turn it to one side and be able to push it freely to the other direction with my hand???
Trebor, Im using Futaba S9351's for steering and throttle. They are great servo's compared to the old one's.(airtronics 359's)
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