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Old 04-05-2007, 08:53 PM   #5611
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hmm EA changed his sig..... well EA....
Just decided to go with a different look for a while.....

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Old 04-05-2007, 09:03 PM   #5612
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Old 04-05-2007, 09:30 PM   #5613
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Old 04-05-2007, 10:10 PM   #5614
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Just decided to go with a different look for a while.....

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now your pimpin the work sig...

before what the ea racer sig..
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So you are not gonna look like the Soul Patrol anymore...
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i know i know!!!!! but i cant tell. if i do... EA will revoke my motor sponsorship
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Old 04-06-2007, 08:24 AM   #5618
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The orion is one of the best lathes on the market for the Money. On the high end of the spectrum the Hard lathe is pretty good. It has a few flaws but does leave a nice cut after you learn to use it. The hudy lathe is an awesome lathe too and cuts very well. Probably the best made lathe out there as far as quality, fit and finish. Also probably the best as far as the finish it leaves on the comm without having to tinker with it.

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Just curious on your thought of the fantom lathe? So if money was not an option you would go with the Hudy?
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The Fantom lathe is good IMO .. just don't let Jenkins touch it. If money is less of a concern, the HUDY lathe is pretty darn sweet.
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Old 04-06-2007, 08:42 AM   #5620
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Just curious on your thought of the fantom lathe? So if money was not an option you would go with the Hudy?
I have seen some fantom lathes cut very good and some cut with a bad taper. The problem with them is that if they cut with a taper you are stuck with a 400.00 paper weight as there is no adjustment on them. The hudy's leave just as good a finish as anything out there and are one of if not the smoothest lathes as well. Plus if it has a taper in it you can adjust it out. I think the new one's also come with the axial support installed on them now. That hold's the shaft down on the comm end to reduce vibration and also allows for endplay adjustment.

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Old 04-06-2007, 11:22 AM   #5621
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I have seen some fantom lathes cut very good and some cut with a bad taper. The problem with them is that if they cut with a taper you are stuck with a 400.00 paper weight as there is no adjustment on them. The hudy's leave just as good a finish as anything out there and are one of if not the smoothest lathes as well. Plus if it has a taper in it you can adjust it out. I think the new one's also come with the axial support installed on them now. That hold's the shaft down on the comm end to reduce vibration and also allows for endplay adjustment.

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Awesome thanks for the help just one more quick question, ball bearing or v guides which model would you pick?
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Awesome thanks for the help just one more quick question, ball bearing or v guides which model would you pick?
Ball bearings are smoother but require more maintenance than the V blocks. V blocks last longer and are less maintenance.

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Old 04-08-2007, 03:39 PM   #5623
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I have the new Reino's Ragu Rubber tire conditioner in stock. I hope to have Reino's Magic Marinade Tire sauce in stock by the end of the week.

The Ragu is sort of like Buggy Grip 2 but has just a little more action to it and a lot more softener in it. It is the ONLY stuff to have for offroad. It also works awesome as a TC Tire cleaner before using the Magic Marinade Sauce or can be sprayed and let air dry for super high bite tracks where the Magic Marinade Sauce is not needed.

Reino's Magic Marinade is like Tire tweak but will soften and condition the tires more and does not leave the tire as oily feeling. It has more of a tack to it once dried. The Marinade is designed to be baked in to the tires for 15-20 minutes or rubbed on the night before for extreme softening and maximum traction. Following up with Reino's Ragu will remove all oily feeling and provide instant grip.

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Old 04-08-2007, 04:12 PM   #5624
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Dirt oval is so unique, one week the clay is so tacky its like carpet. Not uncommon to run 61 laps when the track is fast. The next week the track is a little dry and your lucky to turn 58 and by the time feature time it has slowed to a 56. I think the winner of big block was the only one who didn't spin his car out at least 1 time. I spun out leading about 2 minutes in, Caught the leader but not enough time to pass.

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Old 04-08-2007, 05:19 PM   #5625
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I have the new Reino's Ragu Rubber tire conditioner in stock. I hope to have Reino's Magic Marinade Tire sauce in stock by the end of the week.

The Ragu is sort of like Buggy Grip 2 but has just a little more action to it and a lot more softener in it. It is the ONLY stuff to have for offroad. It also works awesome as a TC Tire cleaner before using the Magic Marinade Sauce or can be sprayed and let air dry for super high bite tracks where the Sauce is not needed.

Reino's Magic Marinade is like Tire tweak but will soften the tires more and does not leave the tire as oily feeling. It has more of a tack to it once dried. The Marinade is designed to be baked in to the tires for 15-20 minutes or rubbed on the night before for extreme softening and maximum traction.

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Sounds like some good stuff.........I'm gonna have to give it a try!
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