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Old 10-06-2008, 08:51 PM   #871
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gotta go, Chase just pooped in the tub.

I think I just peed a little laughing so hard!!!

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Took the words right out of my mouth. Sorry Paul but I could not stop laughing/crying after reading that. That is a "priceless" quote right there.

I have just one question for you right now Paul. What battery bars were used on the packs that you ran in the car? I got some side X side packs from Jim but the bars are raised a bit in the middle and they hit the pinion gear.

Thanks much (again),
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Paulie-Good luck at the gas nats.!
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gotta go, Chase just pooped in the tub.
Like Father like Son.

Gosh, I remember those days.

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Paul- great job on the writeup from the Xray CHallenge in Arkansas!
Fairly short and to the point with highlights about the best parts. Very nice.

Also, Bates doesn't get on rctech much so he asked me to post and see if you could send him a picture and maybe a brief description of "what 2 and a half degrees looks like?"

EA thinks poopy in the tub is so funny because he likes to bite his fart bubbles before they pop when he's in the bath... at least that's what Dirla told me...
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Paul- great job on the writeup from the Xray CHallenge in Arkansas!
Fairly short and to the point with highlights about the best parts. Very nice.

Also, Bates doesn't get on rctech much so he asked me to post and see if you could send him a picture and maybe a brief description of "what 2 and a half degrees looks like?"

EA thinks poopy in the tub is so funny because he likes to bite his fart bubbles before they pop when he's in the bath... at least that's what Dirla told me...

WOW.....ou learn something new everyday....
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Paul what kind of rubber jacos are you using at trackside
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Hi Paul.
First thanks for al your advice on many question, I've only have to read them
and give me tons of tech info.

My question: are you running those new dubble knuckled driveshaft on the front, and if so, how will they behave themselves (wear)
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Hi Paul, Congratulations on your TQ at the nitro/onroad nats....
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Hi Paul, does the new motor have variable timing or the same 3-step timing adjustment? Do you see the need for such variability?
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Hi everyone, im back again. sorry for the big delay.

Jbmx4life: Hi, honestly im not sure what kind of battery bars were on my packs. im sure that they were Trinity. I dont know why they would rub on your pinion unless if you have your spur gear on wrong.

BigBog: thanks. lol

Devin4444: i would suggest trying the Blues, they work well and last for ever their.

Eded1: The drive shafts are really nice, i havent used them a lot but in the batterys that i have run them i saw no wear. they are definately more efficient, and they do change the handling of the car. I think that they are better but car set-ups will have to change to complement these drive shafts properly.

FrancisM: thanks much.

Stocker: The Pulse motors will have a rotating timing ring, almost like a brushed motor, so you will be able to adjust the timing in any incroment. I think that the 3 timing adjustments is good also, keeps it simple, with that now our duo motors have been prooven just awesome. (middle timing hole). Thanks.
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Hi everyone, im back again. sorry for the big delay.

Jbmx4life: Hi, honestly im not sure what kind of battery bars were on my packs. im sure that they were Trinity. I dont know why they would rub on your pinion unless if you have your spur gear on wrong.
Thanks for the reply Paul. Jim helped me out with the problem.... all I had to do was move the pinion in just a bit further and it gave me enough clearance with all of the battery packs. I have run the car in 3 races so far (2 heats and a main) and I am having problems with the car either being too loose or too tight. If I use the MuchMore Sweep tires that we used for the race in Milwaukee the back end will be really loose. If I use the Take-Off CS27's that I normally run then car wants to push/plow through the corner. What would be your best suggestion?

Thanks,
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P.S. Congrats on your TQ in FL. Was it fun down there where it is warmer than here?
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Jeremy: with the jaco's i would suggest putting more rear toe in to the car, even a .4mm shim will make a big difference, and you could also take out some front camber. With the rp's you could increase your front camber and moove the rear arms foreward (shorter wheel base from the rear will give more steering). play allot with camber and droop when your practicing, just to learn.
FL was good but hot, i get the feeling that it was nicer here. but we had allot of fun.
hopefully that stuff helps. thanks, paul
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Paul-Congrats on the TQ. I know you wish the main had come out differently.
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