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Old 10-18-2009, 08:30 AM
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Originally Posted by PaPeRo View Post
Well the way I see it this thread is for information for anyone to use, it's not just for beginners. If you don't find the information useful then ignore it.

If someone asks where they could find a certain part, they should be able to get an answer without some know-it-all telling them not to waste their money. How do you know this person is a beginner? How do you know this person will be wasting their money? Answer...you don't.
I agree, but can't we all just get along.
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Old 10-18-2009, 08:32 AM
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Originally Posted by PaPeRo View Post

Don't kid yourself. If Tamiya released a TRF M chassis with a carbon chassis you girls would be wetting your panties left and right.
My panties are saturated.
http://store.hkshobby.com/product_in...8a7760277e131a
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Old 10-18-2009, 11:26 AM
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My panties are saturated.
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Originally Posted by gashuffer View Post
My panties are saturated.
What's scarier, the fact that he's wearing panties, or that he has minimal bladder control?
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Old 10-18-2009, 11:42 AM
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Erhmm both??



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What's scarier, the fact that he's wearing panties, or that he has minimal bladder control?
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Old 10-18-2009, 12:15 PM
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Originally Posted by edwintklee View Post
tony have you try the 3racing speed gears?
Haven't tried them Edwin.

And if we had there would be no point me posting my opinion as apparently my 15 years of racing M chassis is insufficient experience...
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Old 10-18-2009, 12:38 PM
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Yeah Racing have released a new motor mount and heat sink for the MO5. See attached photo's.

TFG,

I'll listen too ya.

Later,

Calvin.
Attached Thumbnails Tamiya mini cooper-yrac_m05-013_003.jpg   Tamiya mini cooper-yrac_m05-013_005.jpg  

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Old 10-18-2009, 02:06 PM
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Originally Posted by edwintklee View Post
tony have you try the 3racing speed gears?
I've run them in my m04, they're loud, and don't mesh quite right with the pinion.

Withe the tallest ratio the pinion is too far away from the spur when set according to the instructions, and too close on the next mounting holes.

Still, with a 13T it ****ing flies.
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Old 10-18-2009, 04:44 PM
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Originally Posted by tony gray View Post
And if we had there would be no point me posting my opinion as apparently my 15 years of racing M chassis is insufficient experience...
Yeah, you're still a newbie. Why would anyone listen to you?

I've been racing minis for almost 2 years and I'm waaaaaay smarter.

Jim

PS: I can still email you for advice though, right?
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Originally Posted by tony gray View Post
And if we had there would be no point me posting my opinion as apparently my 15 years of racing M chassis is insufficient experience...
you know how it is...you get some newbie with a little bit of track time and some book knowledge about weight placement and they know everything...I got about 8 or 9 years racing m-chassis and I KNOW I don't know everything about the cars, but I guess the less track-time you have the smarter you are

maybe everyone should just ignore him and he'll go away...
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I'll always talk to you Jim, you know that. I have no standards at all! I'm not fussy.
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TFG,

I've heard that about you before. That's why I like ya. Way better than the rent a friend crowd.

BTW,

The speed set works well in a Xevo.

Later,

Calvin.

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i,m just happy to see tfg posting again back from his hiatus.
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Originally Posted by caltek1 View Post
Yeah Racing have released a new motor mount and heat sink for the MO5. See attached photo's.

TFG,

I'll listen too ya.

Later,

Calvin.
cal do you take your silver cans down to the polishers or something ,thats the shiniest i have seen
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shannon,

Not mine.

Those photo's were lifted from the Yeah racing web site. Me with a silver can in mini!!!! No way, not unless it was a red dot or a colt motor. or I was running at Radical.

Hobbywing BL all the way.

Later,

Calvin.

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