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Old 11-24-2008, 08:43 PM   #991
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Hey Paul, hope you had a great time at the worlds, (The last I saw of him he was riding off into the night in a TUK TUK (3 wheel motorbike) would you please pass on a big thanks again to big Jim for all his help and also a HUGE thanks to you for all your help, when are you coming down to AUSSIE land so we can show you some of them bikini girls I promised. You are welcome any time, best regards Warren and Ryan. PS, Ryan just got 3rd at our Nats so the 009 is going great.
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yo paulie....

this just in...i will be at the novak race.....look out.....
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Tut Tuts drivers are crazy, running on two wheels on a three wheeled vehicle is interesting..
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I have the DUO 13.5, the end bearings are exposed, so they get some dirt there. What's the best way to clean it before I drop in some lube? I think there needs a special tool to take the bearings out right?
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Hi, Paul, how was the world championship, did you have fun.
i saw a picture of your car and you were using some flat screws in the top deck, why?
What about the new motor from trinity?
Did you used the ECS shafts?
I bought a 009, the color looks much better alive.
Can you tell me why in the rear, the central blocks, can go foward? What for?
Thanks.
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Hi Paul, congrats on Cleveland and thanks for all the setup help during the weekend, it really helped us out.
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Longshot of a question, Mr.Paul...
in your opinion what do you think is the best handling non-race body? (no stratus, mazda 6, DNA, etc). Thanks!
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I have the DUO 13.5, the end bearings are exposed, so they get some dirt there. What's the best way to clean it before I drop in some lube? I think there needs a special tool to take the bearings out right?
much more and brood make tools to remove bushings and bearings.. usually when my motor bearings get ANY grit in them I just throw new ones in
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hey Paul,

Good job at the Champs in cleveland, Foam touring mod for the win! lol Let me know about the foam and rubber tire body mounting. (body post hole, adapter, and window to body post distance)
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Paul,
At the Novak Race which body do you think I need to run in 17.5 Stock Rubber when the Traction is at a 100%? Right now my body that I am running is a Speed 6. First time for me to race the Novak.
Thank you for your help!
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Paul=- been a while.. Hope all is well.

would you mind pointing me toward a good starting place for the 007 on the rug.. foam of course...

going to make it to the niagara region any time soon? Magma?
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Hey Paul, hope all is good.

Just wanted to remind you about the December 7th &/or 21st dates no worries either way.

Hope that Tai race was a blast for you! Anyways liked the photo with you, your car and Dieter in the background. Keep it fun and enjoy the Christmas break.
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Paul .... what you think of the XII .... how much and what other 1/12's have you run in the past ..... how dose it compare .... ?
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I can't seem to find "powerdidilyumptious" in the dictionary.......are you sure its a real word??
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Oh man, my avatar is out of date. I will have to get a new one. Where do you find your cool avatar's?
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