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Old 06-29-2005, 09:26 PM   #2491
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im still not sure bout BTH...would like to!

i think several guys from here are planning on it. hafta check my schedule, and see how my sunburn im gonna get at TCS progresses....
Sun block and cold beverages will help on the sunburn!! I know of 4 guys from OK coming for BtH and I just got a PM from one of the guys in Kansas about him bringing 3-4 guys too. This should be a great race!!!

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Eric you got pm ......... atleast i hope it was to you ....lol
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Old 06-30-2005, 03:56 PM   #2493
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Got a few F brushes coming and would like to know how many runs can you get out of them using a monster based motor. Do I need to cut the comm after 2-3 runs? What brush springs are recommended?
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Old 06-30-2005, 05:01 PM   #2494
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I have a good 7 or 8 runs on my f brushes and the serrations are still there (in a stock motor). I would cut every 2-3 runs though, and just clean the brushes and reseat them. Try purple on the positive, and red on the negative to start.

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Old 06-30-2005, 05:23 PM   #2495
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Old 07-01-2005, 11:50 AM   #2497
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Hey guys,

The New IB3600's and IB3800's will be here Tuesday. So I will have some stuff ready to sell in a few weeks. These cells are awsome in testing!!

Also my website has been updated and is completely SECURE now. And I can take Visa and Mastercard without using Paypal. All on a secure server.

Thanks and have a great 4th of July!!!

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Old 07-02-2005, 07:28 AM   #2498
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I have a good 7 or 8 runs on my f brushes and the serrations are still there (in a stock motor). I would cut every 2-3 runs though, and just clean the brushes and reseat them. Try purple on the positive, and red on the negative to start.

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Are the new batch of F brushes alot better than the old ones? Reason i ask is with the old ones I'd get about 1-2 runs before the serrations were gone, the motor still ran strong after that but i thought that was weird?
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Old 07-02-2005, 09:06 AM   #2499
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Yes, the newest batch is ALOT like the second generation of the F brush. Good power with great wear properties.

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Hey Guys,

If you order from my website using a credit card PLEASE DO NOT use paypal. Do it through my site.

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If you order from my website using a credit card PLEASE DO NOT use paypal. Do it through my site.

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Which do you prefer? Paypal or a credit card?

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Old 07-02-2005, 09:17 PM   #2502
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Paypal is fine as long as you dont use a credit card there. My site is secure now and I have everything neccessary to process credit cards here at my shop.

I prefer Credit card...Its cheaper for me than paypal!! LOL Every little bit helps.

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Will you be carrying EPIC ROAR LEGAL stock motors ? Reason I ask, you don't have them in your website. If you do, will they be price the same as Monster based stock motors with XXX-Lemans brushes? I do hope you carry them motors. Please keep us posted whenever you decide to have them. Thanx

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Old 07-04-2005, 01:58 AM   #2504
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Will you be carrying EPIC ROAR LEGAL stock motors ? Reason I ask, you don't have them in your website. If you do, will they be price the same as Monster based stock motors with XXX-Lemans brushes? I do hope you carry them motors. Please keep us posted whenever you decide to have them. Thanx

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Henry--Eric usually has the ROAR based stocks on the website. I have been running them for a year now. I'll bet he is only out of stock at the moment and will have some shortly. The last 3 I bought only a few weeks ago have the F brush and are fantastic.

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I know this will open up a can of worms but I would like to know the differences between monster and roar based stock motors.Which one would be better for which track advantages and disadvantages of both.I have been running monster but see most of the top guys running Roar based motors.
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