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Old 07-16-2005, 08:00 AM   #2581
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Just a reminder that the IB cells are on the site for sale now. Ive got some killer Team packs on there 1.175+ at 35 amps. Those would be roughly a 1.190+ at 30 amps!

Check em out!!

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Old 07-16-2005, 09:22 AM   #2582
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Are these cells have to be discharged at 35 amps to get all the performance out of them. How long have they been legal?
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Eric,
I have a question about the XXX Trinity brushes. I know that you are supposed to be able to run them for a longer period of time, my question is do you need to put the serations back in the brushes after you cut the comm? Or do you just run them as a full face brush after the wear off? I've also been hearing of some people drilling a hole in these brushes also?
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Old 07-17-2005, 04:12 PM   #2584
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Hey Rob!! What race is your Avatar from? Where can I see that race? Thanks

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I got the avatar from some one on this forum, so I really can't say. Check out raywoodrcvideos.com you might find what you want there.
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Old 07-17-2005, 05:07 PM   #2585
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I got the avatar from some one on this forum, so I really can't say. Check out raywoodrcvideos.com you might find what you want there.

Thanks Rob!

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Old 07-17-2005, 05:47 PM   #2586
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Are these cells have to be discharged at 35 amps to get all the performance out of them. How long have they been legal?
No they dont have to be but I think that the 35 amp discharge rate is more accurate to how the cells actually get discharged in a car. It also helps weed out weaker cells.

They are not Roar legal yet but SHOULD be Jan 1st. Check with your local track if you plan on racing them.

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Old 07-17-2005, 05:51 PM   #2587
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Eric,
I have a question about the XXX Trinity brushes. I know that you are supposed to be able to run them for a longer period of time, my question is do you need to put the serations back in the brushes after you cut the comm? Or do you just run them as a full face brush after the wear off? I've also been hearing of some people drilling a hole in these brushes also?
You dont have to reserrate them unless you want. The hole will do about the same thing. It gives the brush more edges for the current to flow across. But they don run better after they have been run on the track 3-4 runs and are fully seated. Its very very hard to get a new set broke in all the way on the motor break in.

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Old 07-17-2005, 05:55 PM   #2588
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Just wanted to give a Attaboy to a few EAM Drivers:

A late Congrads to Ian Aquino for his 8th place run at the KO Grand Prix. He beat 72 other racers there. Great job.

Congrads to EAM Drivers Hector Garcia and Jeff Brown for their 19 turn and Mod wins today at this months highly competitive Florida State Series Race. World famous "Team Butter" also had A main runs...2nd in stock and Top 10 in 19 turn.

At last but not least EAM Factory Driver Mo Denton used the new EAM IB3800 cells to dominate the field in Ohio in 19 turn and stock.

Thanks guys!!

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Old 07-17-2005, 06:00 PM   #2589
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Just wanted to give a Attaboy to a few EAM Drivers:

A late Congrads to Ian Aquino for his 8th place run at the KO Grand Prix. He beat 72 other racers there. Great job.

Congrads to EAM Drivers Hector Garcia and Jeff Brown for their 19 turn and Mod wins today at this months highly competitive Florida State Series Race. World famous "Team Butter" also had A main runs...2nd in stock and Top 10 in 19 turn.

At last but not least EAM Factory Driver Mo Denton used the new EAM IB3800 cells to dominate the field in Ohio in 19 turn and stock.

Thanks guys!!

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EA....... Thanks man! The batts were good as always. I never had less than 60 seconds of runtime left afterwards with a 7x1. Traction wasn't super high, but still a nice cushion.

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EA....... Thanks man! The batts were good as always. I never had less than 60 seconds of runtime left afterwards with a 7x1. Traction wasn't super high, but still a nice cushion.

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Way to go to all the EA drivers all over the country!!! Super congrats to Jeff and Hector!! Cool-winning State series events!!
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Congrats to team drivers for EA Motorsports. Another great showing. Wish I could of made one of those races.
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Old 07-18-2005, 11:20 AM   #2593
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Way to go to all the EA drivers all over the country!!! Super congrats to Jeff and Hector!! Cool-winning State series events!!
Thanks Ray the power was plenty and the RDX was dialed.

Trying to get ready for the nats down here. Are you comming down?
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congrats Hector...

Sounds like the RDX is the car for you

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Old 07-18-2005, 11:28 AM   #2595
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Thanks Ray the power was plenty and the RDX was dialed.

Trying to get ready for the nats down here. Are you comming down?
Nope-I am not sorry to say. I was supposed to do the Tamiya Nats this summer-but i bagged those plans. Staying 100% on carpet/foamies the rest of this year.

I wold love to hang out down there again, though.

oh-btw-youve been to the Gate-all new drivers stand-dbl. deep, railing and whicked graphics on it, all walls and ceilings painted and floor is being leveled out and carpet will be relayed late this week. Convince the FL crew to come up again for the Halloween Classic and Champs warm-ups!! The joint looks amazing
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