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Old 07-13-2006, 08:29 AM   #61
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jo, the kind of temperatures you're going to reach with a peltier device are certainly nothing to worry about on the motor. And that bit of condensation that freezes will be gone the first time you blip the throttle so that is certainly not an issue. It's when guys start to do experiments with things like dry ice (-70F) where you start to run into problems. When you super cool a motor to that level then heat it back up in your car, it does nasty things to the epoxy holding the winds on the arm or the magnets in the can.

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Sorry I can't spell or type sometimes. Looking for some pics to show you.

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Old 07-13-2006, 02:01 PM   #63
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rockdog- The Crazy Freezer will fit on that TC3 chassis...the freezer is NOT a heat sink that you leave on your car while you run, but rather a pre-cooling device that you use, then remove before racing. The unit should easily fit onto the top of motor once the motor has been installed.
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Old 07-13-2006, 03:16 PM   #64
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I know it does not stay on the car. Just making sure I don't have to file the chassis.

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Old 07-14-2006, 09:36 AM   #65
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Like J.Filipow said it should fit without any problem, in the worst case if the upper brace is a bit on the way, you will only need to incline the freezer a bit. The TC3 is one of the car with the better access to the motor.

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Old 07-14-2006, 11:48 AM   #66
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Any word on the motor clamp action?
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Thanks I will order one the first of the month I need to sell some hay first.
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How does this unit compare with the much-more unit? your views please.
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Old 07-14-2006, 02:32 PM   #69
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i use it in oval racing and it is priceless!

in 20 minutes time in the hot florida sun it gets below 30 degrees!

guys who own the ,uchmore unit are jealous!

it looks great! works even better! rock solid! must have item if you run under the sun!
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I want one..... but I need it to come with an option for a beer can...
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How does this unit compare with the much-more unit? your views please.
The Much More unit in one word: blows.

That's pretty much it, the fan spins, but it won't get your motor that cold, unless you are sitting in a fridge or a room with the AC on max.
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...so there go, Stephen, a few reviews from racers who have used the Much More unit. One thing that is unique about the Crazy Freezer is the thickness of the copper plate and clamp. Ronny uses very thick copper stock for both- much thicker than any I have seen in production- and this really helps to transfer the cold much faster and efficiently.
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Hey crazy Ronnie. I must say really nice product. Ca ces vraiment bel.

Nice to see quality work in Canada.

Oh to you guys in the US It's not aaaa or aaah it's "eh".

I will order one for 12 scale season this winter. with the stand. Just keep up to good work.
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Now if they'll just make one big enough for a beer.....
I built one of these coolers to cool a Beer for my track owner.
Looks nice Crazy!
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how ace is that^^^^^nice work dude!!!
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