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Old 02-21-2007, 11:53 AM   #31
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thanks cole .your not afraid to speek whats on your mind are ya. so saturday FHR on for you or do you have work.
No am not a afraid to speek speek out whats on my mind. U are welcome buy the way. Yes saturday is on for me at FHR so I will see u there!
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Old 02-21-2007, 07:21 PM   #32
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The last time when I was at FHR I say that u were direct solder with u motor but not ur battere. I know u are to lazy to bring a soldering iron. I am too the same way.
cole im not that lazy man .i do bring my iron with me but only use it to switch out my motor or let some one else use it.
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Old 02-21-2007, 07:23 PM   #33
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No am not a afraid to speek speek out whats on my mind. U are welcome buy the way. Yes saturday is on for me at FHR so I will see u there!
cool because im getting tired of seeing all these locals .
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Old 02-21-2007, 11:34 PM   #34
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But direct solder uses less wire for a cleaner set-up (and saves a few grams too).


whats a few grams matter though .
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Old 02-21-2007, 11:57 PM   #35
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cole im not that lazy man .i do bring my iron with me but only use it to switch out my motor or let some one else use it.
U know I am just playing with u mitchall. I am to lazy, I also bring my dads iron gun. I to use it when I have problem with a motor or a batterie.
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whats a few grams matter though .
I do not know if a few grams realy matter to.
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Old 02-23-2007, 09:59 PM   #37
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The last time when I was at FHR I say that u were direct solder with u motor but not ur battere. I know u are to lazy to bring a soldering iron. I am too the same way.
yeah i direct with my motor but plugs with my batts.guess i have to have a hot iron after all.
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Old 02-23-2007, 10:03 PM   #38
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I do not know if a few grams realy matter to.
let me know when you want to go up to palamar.missed last time dam alarmclock i didnt set it but oh well next time it will be fun.also i have seen arc is it bigger than palamar.
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yeah i direct with my motor but plugs with my batts.guess i have to have a hot iron after all.
Yeah I guess u do have to have a hot iron but only for ur motor.
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let me know when you want to go up to palamar.missed last time dam alarmclock i didnt set it but oh well next time it will be fun.also i have seen arc is it bigger than palamar.
The next Palamar race is next sunday the same sunday that the JBRL race. Palamar is a lot biger then ARC I mean a lot bigger.
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The next Palamar race is next sunday the same sunday that the JBRL race. Palamar is a lot biger then ARC I mean a lot bigger.
come on cole go to JBRL its going to be fun.me you rookie stock we finish 1-2 unless something goes wrong still be a fun time up there crack open a couple cold ones.as in monsters be around all the pros supporting FHR slingshot/banzai just a very good time i think we will have dont be afraid to ask dave either just ask him strait up if you can go.he has one more spot in his truck so hurry up.have a fresh cut motor rebuilt shocks a decent cleaning and you will be good.
like i said 25$ to race.food 5$ parts gas money but it is worth it though .


dont want to leave me hanging now do ya .


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come on cole go to JBRL its going to be fun.me you rookie stock we finish 1-2 unless something goes wrong still be a fun time up there crack open a couple cold ones.as in monsters be around all the pros supporting FHR slingshot/banzai just a very good time i think we will have dont be afraid to ask dave either just ask him strait up if you can go.he has one more spot in his truck so hurry up.have a fresh cut motor rebuilt shocks a decent cleaning and you will be good.
like i said 25$ to race.food 5$ parts gas money but it is worth it though .


dont want to leave me hanging now do ya .


on my own
cole also do you have a com lathe or do you have someone else cut it for you.
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anyone know of a good guide anywhere showing how to solder corally connectors ?

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come on cole go to JBRL its going to be fun.me you rookie stock we finish 1-2 unless something goes wrong still be a fun time up there crack open a couple cold ones.as in monsters be around all the pros supporting FHR slingshot/banzai just a very good time i think we will have dont be afraid to ask dave either just ask him strait up if you can go.he has one more spot in his truck so hurry up.have a fresh cut motor rebuilt shocks a decent cleaning and you will be good.
like i said 25$ to race.food 5$ parts gas money but it is worth it though .


dont want to leave me hanging now do ya .


on my own
I do think I will have a lot of fun I will ask dave.
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cole also do you have a com lathe or do you have someone else cut it for you.
Yes I do have my own lathe (well its my dads), but he did show me how to use it but that was a long time ago have not used in a long time so he would have to so me how to use it agian.
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