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Old 11-09-2006, 06:49 PM   #811
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If anybody (in North/South America ofcourse) needs any kind of help, don't hesitate to call us, as we have A LOT of email to go through as it is, it will expedite the service process greatly if you gives us a shout over the trusty, failsafe telephone.

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Old 11-09-2006, 07:19 PM   #812
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If anybody (in North/South America ofcourse) needs any kind of help, don't hesitate to call us, as we have A LOT of email to go through as it is, it will expedite the service process greatly if you gives us a shout over the trusty, failsafe telephone.

(214) 744-2400

If it is a problem with a chassis, please understand that we may need you to send it to us.
i know about that i was waiting your decision what to do with the chassis
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Old 11-09-2006, 07:27 PM   #813
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You're nuts. The chassis is fine. Build it and race it.

Or stay at home with your calipers and find something else to complain about.

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Old 11-09-2006, 07:46 PM   #814
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You're nuts. The chassis is fine. Build it and race it.

Or stay at home with your calipers and find something else to complain about.

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thats a good fix. turn the radio up and the engine knock goes away.
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Old 11-09-2006, 08:58 PM   #815
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EXACTLY!

I'm old-school. Run-what-you-brung. Or is that redneck? I get confused.

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Old 11-09-2006, 09:04 PM   #816
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you too if i sell you a kit with a tweak chassis i dun believe you will stay quite. even it work fine but it look no perfect this is not your business so keep your mouth shut
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Old 11-09-2006, 09:10 PM   #817
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Thats sum guud englissh. Thast iss sum humur. Shut yer hole.

I have two '007's. It is my 'bidness. Can I get fried rice with that?
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Old 11-09-2006, 10:11 PM   #818
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Please don't turn this into something personal for all to see. That's what PM's are for should you two care to continue this.
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Old 11-09-2006, 10:38 PM   #819
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Old 11-09-2006, 11:28 PM   #820
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he said mount
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Old 11-09-2006, 11:55 PM   #821
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with pocketed chassis you can get bowing sometimes.the construction of the carbon fiber has alot to do with it.the way the panels are made,the layers are all based off the center core.for example,they lay the center core layer and then each and every layer is layed on top and below the center.in other words,mirrored.when they press the material to form the panel,the resin is heated and liquified.when it liquifies there is expansion.when it cools and hardens the resin contracts and the fibers do not which creates stress but being that the layers are mirrored off the center layer,they counterbalance eachother in a sense keeping the panel extremely flat.once you remove material from one side you relieve the stress from 1 side and it can buckle.every time i am doing a chassis that will require pocketing,i have it layed differently to accomodate this process.im not saying that hudy did not do this but it is possible for c/f to buckle when pocketing.
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Metal can do this as well. Especially when you machine a peice of material down thin, then have it heat treated. A slightly different scenario, but similar in prinicipal; The heat treating releives stress induced into the material during the machining process, so in areas that had more stress put into them can warp at varying degrees.
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Old 11-10-2006, 04:18 AM   #822
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come on guys,not everyone is from here and speaks perfect english.give the guy a break.i deal with him as a customer and he is a very nice person.he spends alot of money in the hobby and has a concern.cut him some slack and lets try to give him a hand.thats what these forums are supposed to be about.
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Old 11-10-2006, 07:32 AM   #823
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i just checked the stock 3.5mm chassis i have on the car i have at the shop and it also has a 1mm bow towards the front.it seems to be a consistant amount from what i am seeing on here and what is on this chassis.i will see if i can get it to lay flat after full assembly.i am sure that it will be possible to get it flat but i think this will lead to the car tweaking easily.i will see if i can come up with something to help keep it straight or get it to flatten out.somehow the stress will need to be releaved.
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Old 11-10-2006, 07:34 AM   #824
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So what's a killer rubber tire (CS27) setup for the T2'007(foam car) on a smooth low-to-medium bite track???

I just bought the foam edition one and ran rubber tires on it with stock setup (but I used AE gold and blue springs and moved the shock locations on the A-arms outward). I haven't ran in about 8 months and just started back up. By the third lap of practice I was doing lap times as fast/faster then the top guy at the track.

Any tips to gain a few tenths over the stock setup? I did run a two year+ Monster stock motor so maybe a new CO27 or something might help a touch.

Needless to say I dont know if my chassis is warped or not but I just threw it together and it runs pretty good.
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Thats sum guud englissh. Thast iss sum humur. Shut yer hole.

I have two '007's. It is my 'bidness. Can I get fried rice with that?
So how is your Hindi coming along?

I bet his English is better
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