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Old 03-30-2007, 04:08 PM   #5581
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YO!!!!!

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So hows a brother ever gonna get his name on the website????

Billy's up now after what.....2 weeks? C'Mon!!!

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Ain't got mine on there after........oh about 10 months or so. Somebody on the team has to catch the fish...LOL.
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Old 03-30-2007, 04:12 PM   #5582
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Ain't got mine on there after........oh about 10 months or so. Somebody on the team has to catch the fish...LOL.
Thats not fair....I havent had my boat out yet and it's actually for sale. Need me to bring you a Triton down there?

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Old 03-30-2007, 04:26 PM   #5583
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That depends, do you have the connections to get my name on the site? Well, if it were an inshore flats boats.....I'd meet ya half way. Gotta do the saltwater thing too.
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That depends, do you have the connections to get my name on the site? Well, if it were an inshore flats boats.....I'd meet ya half way. Gotta do the saltwater thing too.
Yea....In the process of working on some stuff for the site now. I think I am having email issues though....It seems I keep sending emails and some guys are not getting them. Not sure what the deal is.

Love the stock motor oil to btw. Ive been using it since the Birds and although it seems a little thick it stays where it is supposed to and keeps the bushings good and free!!

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Old 03-31-2007, 02:02 PM   #5585
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EA, glad you like it. It is thick and takes some getting used to because traditionally everything else is so thin. When you get a chance try the diff lube in your 12th scale or an oval ride and let me know what you think. It'll really let you tighten it up while staying very free. It's industrial/Military grade!
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Old 03-31-2007, 05:57 PM   #5586
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Scott, I just purchased your oil/lube set. Looks like good stuff! If EA endorses it, that's enough for me.
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Old 03-31-2007, 06:17 PM   #5587
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EA- Race today? If so, any growing pains, ?
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Old 03-31-2007, 06:43 PM   #5589
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EA- Race today? If so, any growing pains, ?
No my buggy didnt show up But I went to the track as they were practicing today for a big race next weekend. I drove a few buggies and it was a blast!! Cant wait for next weekend!!

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Old 03-31-2007, 09:53 PM   #5590
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Scott, I just purchased your oil/lube set. Looks like good stuff! If EA endorses it, that's enough for me.
Thanks Brian....you apparently weren't the only one...LOL! It'll go out Monday. EA's "word" carryin' some weight....thanks Eric!
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EA, glad you like it. It is thick and takes some getting used to because traditionally everything else is so thin. When you get a chance try the diff lube in your 12th scale or an oval ride and let me know what you think. It'll really let you tighten it up while staying very free. It's industrial/Military grade!
I havent tried the diff lube yet but will next time I rebuild my diff in the 12th scale. The bearing oil works great too. Bearings seem to spin smoother and dont get crunchy!!

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Motors came yesterday just in time to take them to the track and TQ and win.

Thanks, Eric New motor decals I see Cool

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I havent tried the diff lube yet but will next time I rebuild my diff in the 12th scale. The bearing oil works great too. Bearings seem to spin smoother and dont get crunchy!!

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Certainly don't wanna jack the thread....just keep me posted on what you think about the lube.

Ran over at Rob's today and finished 2nd in 19t. More importantly I found a real good set-up for my new WCE Cyclone! Oh yeah, powered by a EA Kamodo!
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Certainly don't wanna jack the thread....just keep me posted on what you think about the lube.

Ran over at Rob's today and finished 2nd in 19t. More importantly I found a real good set-up for my new WCE Cyclone! Oh yeah, powered by a EA Kamodo!

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No my buggy didnt show up But I went to the track as they were practicing today for a big race next weekend. I drove a few buggies and it was a blast!! Cant wait for next weekend!!

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