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Old 08-14-2007, 11:08 AM   #31
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+1 for John Loguidice and his old man. Good for the hobby and the sponsors they represent.
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Old 08-14-2007, 11:09 AM   #32
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Phends are great as well.
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Old 08-14-2007, 11:16 AM   #33
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Whoa, this is one of the best and most positive threads I've seen on an internet forum in a long time. Good show!

"AARON "I really love electric on the inside" WALDRON"

Thanks Kevin, I appreciate it.
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Old 08-14-2007, 12:22 PM   #34
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There are so many people I could mention on this thread, but to name a few:

Brent Thielke of AE has always been very helpful to me. He is willing to answer any of the 1000 questions I have and is always has great advice. Very approachable at the races and will always take some time to help you out.

Frank Root of Orion/Novak has always given me pointers and such and setup help. He'll even help you out without you even asking

Aaron Waldron ^^^ has the patience of a Zen master. Some of the questions he's willing to answer on his thread here would drive me crazy. Always willing to help out, even if it doesn't relate to anything he's associated with.

Matt Chambers of Losi was very helpful to me at the Shootout. I pitted behind him and he approached me on his own whim to help me out with setup and more. Always could use more racers like him.

The Numedahls were also very helpful at the Shootout. Larry was giving me little pointers here and there all weekend to try to help me out.

I'm sure theres many more, but the list would be too long
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Old 08-14-2007, 12:26 PM   #35
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Frank Root of Orion/Novak has always given me pointers and such and setup help. He'll even help you out without you even asking
So how bout that anti-squat
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Old 08-15-2007, 12:19 PM   #36
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So how bout that anti-squat
Yeah... Ummm.
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Old 08-15-2007, 12:27 PM   #37
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Yeah... Ummm.
I think Eric has had enough lessons on anti-squat. I am sure he has is down now..
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Frank Root (formerly X-factory) and Johnny Wachter (Losi). Kicked but to fix my 2wd car after I broke it during warm up before the A-main. I didnt even ask, Frank just took it upon himself to do it. Awesome. Frank is also VERY helpful, and willing to give you tips and parts if he's got it.
Jeremy Felles (HotBodies) is also very helpful, and one of the funniest people you can hang with
Ronnie Gardner (formerly Losi, now with Kyosho) down to earth and willing to share set up tips, etc.

Pretty much MOST of the guys in California are pretty willing to help out and are down to earth and friendly.
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Steve butts (BANZAI DRIVER), the guy will always help you out, and supports his local track the best he can. he always in a good mood, and is nice to everyone.

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Thanks Mitch, I really appreciate that!
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Old 08-15-2007, 04:09 PM   #40
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forgot to give props to ronnie g as well. he and felles and peanut all fixed my a arm during the 20 min main at the electric nats. thought it was really cool having 3 factory guys fix my stuff while running in the back. super cool.
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Frank Root (formerly X-factory) and Johnny Wachter (Losi). Kicked but to fix my 2wd car after I broke it during warm up before the A-main. I didnt even ask, Frank just took it upon himself to do it. Awesome. Frank is also VERY helpful, and willing to give you tips and parts if he's got it.
Jeremy Felles (HotBodies) is also very helpful, and one of the funniest people you can hang with
Ronnie Gardner (formerly Losi, now with Kyosho) down to earth and willing to share set up tips, etc.

Pretty much MOST of the guys in California are pretty willing to help out and are down to earth and friendly.
ive never met ronnie but he seems pretty chill.
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