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Old 10-27-2003, 12:03 PM   #271
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Well Kraig...post those pics dude!!
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So, what classes ya running at the snowbirds this year? Shoot me an e-mail some time.
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Old 10-27-2003, 12:30 PM   #273
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Well Kraig...post those pics dude!!
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They should be up late Tuesday or early Wednesday. Sorry for the wait. My schedule is booked solid for the next 2 days with work and whatnot.

Kraig doesn't have the card reader for my camera so I have to do it myself.
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Old 10-27-2003, 05:26 PM   #274
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Josh... quick question. I am looking to have a motor wound for Cleveland for 12th mod. I'm looking at a 9 Double variance wind of some sort. Just not sure what guage wires to use. Any suggestions on this? I want one wire slightly bigger than the other i.e. 18 and 21 guage, but not sure what would be good to start out with. I appreciate your help in advance

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Old 10-27-2003, 06:29 PM   #275
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Nice job Josh. You were dialed this weekend...............
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.....As far as the straight passes - that was definatly motor....
and what motors were you using? you mentioned Fantom helped you out so they provided you the motors? were they Epic or yokomo based motors?
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Old 10-27-2003, 10:48 PM   #277
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Hi,

This is Jason XLB. first off congrats the race. (wish I could've been there). anyway I have a question. I am wanting to run mod. my dad seems to be ok with it. I was wondering what I (wellhe) should get for a motor???????? there seems to be alot of 8x2's and some 7x2's. I am coming from stock and I am looking for some help.

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Old 10-28-2003, 08:35 AM   #278
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Josh,

Nice run this weekend. The outside move was awesome.

The new KO Helios was sweet. You never should have let me hold that radio. hahhahah

Thanks,
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Old 10-28-2003, 09:04 AM   #279
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Cypress - Thanks!!...lol...

Kraig - No problem!! Anytime!!

Frank - I don't have your e-mail... Do you still have mine?? I plan on running 1/12 and TC road course and for oval 1/12, 1/10 4-cell mod - Are they running 6-cell again??

Tempest - Try a 18/20... That's what I used to run a lot of...

RBLove - Thanks!! Good job to you too and I'll see ya in a few weeks!!

ROBORAT - I used Fantom's yokomo based tear-downs this weekend. I must admit that I was suprised at how good Troy's motors were (I had never run a Fantom motor before!).

Hey Jason - Thanks!! As far as racing mod, I would stick to 8 or 9 turn motors. I've tried lots and with a 7 turn - it is very difficult to make run time, to not hurt the brushes and to get good power through the race. I have never won or tq'd a race with a 7 turn in my car. I've always been faster with an 8 or 9 turn. I think I'll be at the Hub so I'll see ya soon!!
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Old 10-28-2003, 09:04 AM   #280
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Mark - Thanks and next time I'll keep my Helios hidden from ya!!!
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Josh when you ran the Yokomo Based Teardown from Fantom, did you run the KR based mod type or something else?

Thanks for the info!

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Josh,
Can you post your main setup?
Also when will the CEFX stuf be in stores?

(If Mike Blackstock is reading can you post your setup?)
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Congrats Josh! Smoking fast as usual!
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Hey Josh,

Did you say you were running a larger wheel on the radio? When I called that didn't seem to be an option.

See you next month,
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Old 10-28-2003, 01:40 PM   #285
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Jeff - I think it was the KR...lol... I have to learn all this stuff now... It was the bigger comm, laydown brush motor in TC and the small comm stand up brush motor in 1/12....

Skip109 - I'll post it later tonight....

Greg - Thanks!! Good job making the mains!!

munrath - The wheel was standard, but they do make a bigger grip.
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