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Old 10-22-2007, 12:16 AM   #1
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Took way to long but its finished....

I dont have a servo horn for the ACE thats long enough so I had to run my steering link kinda funky...

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Old 10-23-2007, 10:21 PM   #2
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Guess it sucks...
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Old 10-24-2007, 06:48 AM   #3
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well, it does look nice...

you don't need a FUEL filter on the pressure line from the pipe, ya know....

People use two filters in series from the tank to the fuel inlet on the carb. Maybe this is what you were trying to mimic?

Sounds like you need more experience and less $$$$$$


or is it "more $$$ than brains"
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Old 10-24-2007, 07:01 AM   #4
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well, it does look nice...

you don't need a FUEL filter on the pressure line from the pipe, ya know....

People use two filters in series from the tank to the fuel inlet on the carb. Maybe this is what you were trying to mimic?

Sounds like you need more experience and less $$$$$$


or is it "more $$$ than brains"
Is a personal attack like that really necessary?
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Old 10-24-2007, 07:15 AM   #5
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dude, where'd you get the carbon mud flaps? I saw those on Drakes buggy and want some really bad, lexan looks stupid.
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well, it does look nice...

you don't need a FUEL filter on the pressure line from the pipe, ya know....

People use two filters in series from the tank to the fuel inlet on the carb. Maybe this is what you were trying to mimic?

Sounds like you need more experience and less $$$$$$


or is it "more $$$ than brains"
There's no reason to be a dick Hessian knows what he's doing and I do the same thing, why? Because it fixes the bog that you get after you fuel up.
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^it acts as a pressure chamber.
...gotta love smart ass know it alls.
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im gonna leave this one alone then.
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Old 10-24-2007, 08:32 AM   #10
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How does the fuel filter on the exhause side fix the bog after filling up? A pressure chamber?



Any nuclear powerplants nearby?
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Took way to long but its finished....

I dont have a servo horn for the ACE thats long enough so I had to run my steering link kinda funky...

KHZ Engine brace

KHZ Front knuckles

KHZ Rear uprights

KHZ Upper plate

KHZ ackerman

Ofna CNC C-hubs

MaxMods JPX.28

Tsias M-32 pipe LOUD !

All new LSP diffs with new Uni's and Drivelines

Kyosho 50t Lightened center spur

Lightened outdrives all the way around..

ACE 1015 for steering

Airtronics 94357 for throttle

0 offset proline wheels with CM fighters

Dace 6mm wideners

FTE towers and braces( for now )

Sensor By Nomadio













My lid should be here tomorrow !
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Crim3Wav3-

You have no tact.

I can only hope someday you have the pleasure of knowing what it's like to be affected by something you didn't chose and can't change but people will pass judgment on you for the rest of your days.

You would feel differently about posting pictures like that if that was your brother, uncle, or cousin.

Crap like that makes me sick.
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yeah really...wtf dude? how old are you?

http://www.rchobbies.org/engine-tuning.htm

"We've also had good success by adding one of the big reservoirs (they look like a big aluminum fuel filter and are available from Mugen or OFNA) in the pressure line."

Pretty sure that's what he was going for but I'm not sure his is a pressure resevoir, it does look like a filter. Maybe he can comment on it.
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And I thought my wise-ass comment regarding a nearby nuclear plant was bad. Iv'e just never seen a pressure chamber on the exhaust line.


BTW, you'll love the Jammin engine.
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Old 10-24-2007, 02:00 PM   #15
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Great job with your BCE Jammin!! A buddy of mine did his Jammin up with the BCE chassis, center diff, etc. That this runs great!! His was jumping and flying great. Especially with everything moved closer to the center. He also installed the big bore shocks. The thing is plush!! Again, great job!That bottom looks mighty clean! Get it dirty!


Refrence on the pressure vessel or chamber. We have been using pressure chanbers for years on our on roads. It does work with a good running engine. I installed a Mugen one on my Jammin as well as on my Serpent 960. Here is a pic of mine on my 960.
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