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Old 04-21-2006, 12:12 AM   #16
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...so it sounds like if the senario is this...

The RULE allows 19x1 adjustable timed *TAGGED ARM motors, but at the race directors descretion he also allows FIXED TIMED 24d motors, WHO's got the ADVANTAGE?

In the past, I've never had a problem allowing the Cham 2's to run w/ the Adjustable timed motor, because I felt the Adjustable motor was the stronger motor in most cases. So if a driver knew that, but still wanted to just run his Cham 2's, that was his right...

I'm not opposed to a limit on type of motor, I am however opposed to 15 different TYPES of legal motor. I don't want my TECH CREW having to have a whole notebook full of motor info for teching.
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If your running non- locked timing 19 thats hand wound your running mod to me..The only reason its gone this far is that oval needs every bit of power on four cells to go fast....First any thing hand wound is NOT spec racing and having non-locked enbell is modified...Just set the rules as follows Only these 19s will be legal.....all 19s that are locked timing and a taged arm..the tech guys just have to look for arms that are welded @ the factory , no fancy solder jobs with tons of drill balance holes thru -out...mY .02...
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Old 04-21-2006, 07:33 AM   #18
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Ohh Really........Lets go race OFF-ROAD!
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If your running non- locked timing 19 thats hand wound your running mod to me..The only reason its gone this far is that oval needs every bit of power on four cells to go fast....First any thing hand wound is NOT spec racing and having non-locked enbell is modified...Just set the rules as follows Only these 19s will be legal.....all 19s that are locked timing and a taged arm..the tech guys just have to look for arms that are welded @ the factory , no fancy solder jobs with tons of drill balance holes thru -out...mY .02...
I agree Bitter. 19 turn is supposed to be a spec class. You can't have a hand wound, spec class.
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Ohh Really........Lets go race OFF-ROAD!

OHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH Really.....this is why I dont race off road you have bitches like Joe ..Just go build motors Rick Jr..
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Old 04-21-2006, 12:40 PM   #21
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Thats what I thought! Get over it!
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Whats up with the attitude Homies and who are you by the way?
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Thats what I thought! Get over it!

When are going to stop swinging from Pudges Nutts....if you didnt have him your life would be over, like you, your over and under every body you ever worked for ....Wanna be Oscar , stick to building motors thats about your speed....Good looking out for those Nutts keepem clean youll need them someday...
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Whats up with the attitude Homies and who are you by the way?
Its Rick thought you new....
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Old 04-21-2006, 01:28 PM   #25
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Funny you say that......everytime I cant find you I just have to look under Toso's table....
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Nope, I did not know your name was Rick, but I have a feeling I know you from somewhere.... am I right? whats your last name?
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edit - completely innapropriate post

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Nope, I did not know your name was Rick, but I have a feeling I know you from somewhere.... am I right? whats your last name?
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It seems like you hate everyone at Peak, come on dude, get over it and move on!!
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TeamHomies = Charlie Albrect (bitter)

He used to work at Orion USA like a year ago and blames me for getting him fired when I had nothing to do with it. Now he just says anything he can about me, Rick, or whoever.........once again, GET OVER IT!
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