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Old 01-09-2006, 11:14 AM   #3601
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we are nine days into 2006 and i believe i have identified the understatement of the year. great job ea and jim herrmann. perhaps the fastest duo to ever team up in stock sedan. at least for one lap, anyway.

it appears ea put a motor in the factory 19t main as well. yes, he was a busy man this weekend and still managed a solid b-main run himself. great job for the weekend, mr. anderson. the non-believers are falling...

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Remember the Quote of the weekend from several differnt guys "Thats not even fair!!" LMAO

Actually there were two in the Factory 19 turn main...Tosolini was Running an EA C2 as well because they would not let him run the Checkpoint 19 turn yet.

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Old 01-09-2006, 11:39 AM   #3602
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Remember the Quote of the weekend from several differnt guys "Thats not even fair!!"
yeah, i still think you need to integrate into this years advertising campaign. that's good stuff. herrmann and i walked off the stand and i look down to alot of nods, and hear someone utter, in disgust, "that's not even fair!" how funny is that?

nice work ea.
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Old 01-09-2006, 11:45 AM   #3603
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actually i say `that`s not fair` all the time & stamp my feet when i don`t win
think i take up fishing

in it strange the build up to the novak was quite subdued really then the F-line come out smelling of roses

(just to let you know Eric i allways have used them ) had doubters telling me different ,but no! i stood firm
so easy to blame brush`s when motor goes slow (it could be something else)

bit of a kiss arse at the mo!!
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Old 01-09-2006, 03:34 PM   #3604
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so easy to blame brush`s when motor goes slow (it could be something else)
bit of a kiss arse at the mo!!
...like knackered motor bearings, or a non-alinged lathe... opps.... (Damm why isn't there a embaressed whistling smilie! )

BTW, can't match up to the novak results, or carpet wars, but had a good weekend myself. Ran up at West Bridgeford for there winter series, indoor carpet.
Car was great, EA monster was awesome... and the IB38's were great too
Unfortuantly, down on luck in Q, ended up 10th in the B (my 3rd round would have put me about 6th o/a, were it not for my steering breaking 3mins in, and I'd kept it together ). Still, went sod it for the final nothing too lose... and promptley had one of my best starts ever, was 3rd by the end of the first lap!!! Took second on the next lap, and then tailed the leader for the next few... then I guess I found what you guys call "a chicken bone..."
Broke the car, and had to retire... oh well. Result wasn't there, but it all bodes well for the next three sundays, BIWS up at Don Valley (Apparently biggest 19turn meeting in the country, more than last years nationals!). Last time out I had one of the fastest cars on the straight... just needed a better driver... this time round, aiming for C final, at least

Cheers Eric, and congrats on the Novak (and you too Colin )
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Old 01-09-2006, 09:34 PM   #3605
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PRS gears are back in stock. Still have a few C2's out of the last batch that were awesome as well.

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Old 01-09-2006, 10:31 PM   #3606
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Congratulations to all of the EA Motorsports drivers this weekend. It was a very solid weekend for the EA crew, and it appeared as though Eric stayed plenty busy...

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Old 01-10-2006, 09:26 AM   #3607
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Good job to you and your guys. See ya in FL.
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Hello I am new to dyno sheets, what is 62watts at 32 amps , torgue 542, eff 38.2.. this is from a fantom dyno.............., i need help, it this good?

how about

70watts at 9.84torque EFF 53%?


and another EA motor 131 watts at 62eff, and 30 amps
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That depends on what motor you are testing.
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Old 01-10-2006, 06:11 PM   #3610
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Eric,

Thanks for the GREAT motors at Novak!!! Now if I could only keep off the boards

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WOW how stupid of me, they are epic based monster stocks
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The first monster looks alittle weak. Maybe needs new brushes and comm cut.
The second looks hot if its torque is accually 98.4 instead of 9.84
The third looks OK too.
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Old 01-10-2006, 07:18 PM   #3613
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so are they fast motors?
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Old 01-10-2006, 07:38 PM   #3614
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dynos are not that useful, stick them in your car and find out....thats the best dyno....
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Fantom uses a Flywheel Dyno which calculates Torque by the RPM it puts out. Use a TD 45 which puts a load on it for more accurate results....


60+ Watts on a Fantom Dyno is pretty good.
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