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Old 09-07-2005, 05:58 AM   #2881
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Next Tuesday is my last day at my day job. So hopefully then I can get some stuf done around here and to the website!!

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Old 09-07-2005, 01:29 PM   #2882
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Next Tuesday is my last day at my day job. So hopefully then I can get some stuf done around here and to the website!!

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I hope its your last day because you chose to quit/leave? hehe dont wanna see you in the news because you went postal on your boss and decided to chase him around with a hot soldering iron or motor spray!

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Old 09-07-2005, 02:53 PM   #2883
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Congrats on quiting your day job!!!!!!!!!!!!!

your my hero!!!!!!!!!

I'm glad that EAMotorsports is doing that well. and I hope it continues to grow.

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Old 09-09-2005, 08:53 PM   #2885
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Got my first motor from EA today. Looking forward to bolting in for Socal tommorow. Anybody body have an idea on FDR for Socal. Also do i need to do anything to break it in? By the way it is a monster based stocker.
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I'd try between 7.8 and 7.5 final drive.
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Old 09-09-2005, 10:44 PM   #2887
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I saw your ib3800s on your web site and i was wondering on the 1.75@35 amps .. If i was to order a few packs of them would they be around that number or higher?
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If Socal is tight you can be as high as 6.4 or as low as 7.2 when it is flowing...Try to start at 7.1 and you will have good power. I ran last weekend and I think I was 6.4 great ratio for that track...
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Old 09-09-2005, 11:19 PM   #2889
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I saw your ib3800s on your web site and i was wondering on the 1.75@35 amps .. If i was to order a few packs of them would they be around that number or higher?
Factory Team packs will be 1.175s and up at 35 amps. The newest batches are getting better and better.

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Old 09-10-2005, 05:50 AM   #2890
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Got my first motor from EA today. Looking forward to bolting in for Socal tommorow. Anybody body have an idea on FDR for Socal. Also do i need to do anything to break it in? By the way it is a monster based stocker.
LOL, if its anything close to what EA has sent me, ya better grab on to something and hold on tight! I run my motors for a few minutes on a break in stand at 2 volts, just to make sure the brushes get seated.
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Factory Team packs will be 1.175s and up at 35 amps. The newest batches are getting better and better.

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If Socal is tight you can be as high as 6.4 or as low as 7.2 when it is flowing...Try to start at 7.1 and you will have good power. I ran last weekend and I think I was 6.4 great ratio for that track...
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OK at the risk of sounding stupid (which i have no problem with by the way) wouldnt 6.4 be for more flowing anf 7.2 when it is tight.
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OK at the risk of sounding stupid (which i have no problem with by the way) wouldnt 6.4 be for more flowing anf 7.2 when it is tight.
Your right bro....had it all backwards...
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I was running more of a 7.4 in sotck...I had the 19T and stock backwards...must be too tired yesterday..>LOL
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Your right bro....had it all backwards...
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I was running more of a 7.4 in sotck...I had the 19T and stock backwards...must be too tired yesterday..>LOL
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Cool. I have been out of racing for a while so i was definately doubting myself.
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You guys werent kidding. I had plenty of hp today. I have never been big on maintanence though. What do you guys do to kepp them runnng as good as when you get them. Also what i the scoop on the XXX brushes. I know they last much longer but have heard they are a little down on power and they are hard on the com. Also i have a lathe but i think i managed to chip the diamond bit. Does anyone use carbide anymore, i am having a hard time finding one.
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