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Old 10-14-2003, 06:22 PM   #106
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Alright Calvin, it looks like we are just gonna have to wait untill Associated puts up a pic of the new flux capacitor before it debuts or wait till it is released. Sorry but I tried.
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Old 10-14-2003, 06:26 PM   #107
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For Carpet I use 70wt. oil in the front with #3 pistons and yellow springs.....50wt oil #3 and purple springs in the rear....with Jaco purple/orange front tires and purple rears...

With rubber tires I used 40 wt #2 pistons front and rear with the take off cs 27 pre assembled tires...

No more Golf Jokes...lol.... my swing is so bad right now due to all the Bowling I have been doing....lol
You gotta hit me up and we can go golfing together. I always bring a couple of great looking female instructors. LOL

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Old 10-14-2003, 06:56 PM   #108
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Alright Calvin, it looks like we are just gonna have to wait untill Associated puts up a pic of the new flux capacitor before it debuts or wait till it is released. Sorry but I tried.
thats ok..... can you tel me how it might look like?

how you get all this info?
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Old 10-14-2003, 07:00 PM   #109
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Calvin, about all I can say is I heard that it is of differant shape than the normal ones we normally see.

I got connections bud.
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Old 10-14-2003, 07:02 PM   #110
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ok

i wish i did too lol
sounds like a good one to have..... hope its not pricey

does the temp matter on capacitors
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Old 10-14-2003, 07:13 PM   #111
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Yes temp matters on capacitors but if they are installed correctly, the esc is working properly and you have the esc's recommended capacitor on your esc(even though I've seen differant caps on differant esc's) everything will be fine and there will not be a problem with temperture. I don't really know the reason why a cap blows and yes I've seen some, heck I had my buddys explode in my hands in a hotel room down in Jackson MS, sheoooot stinks to high heaven and doesn't go away, smells like an awfull fart.
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lol

well im using a 25 degrees 4700uf for my cyclone (original). works fine i think. just makign sure....
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Hey Barry, wanna try another IHOP next time to see if they are ALL that interesting?

There's not many things that will shut 9 r/c racers up and make them stare dumbfounded for over 5 seconds!
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For Carpet I use 70wt. oil in the front with #3 pistons and yellow springs.....50wt oil #3 and purple springs in the rear....with Jaco purple/orange front tires and purple rears...

With rubber tires I used 40 wt #2 pistons front and rear with the take off cs 27 pre assembled tires...

No more Golf Jokes...lol.... my swing is so bad right now due to all the Bowling I have been doing....lol
Hey Barry,

Thanks for the comeback. With your 40 wt setup do you run purples and yellows?

Ok, I will stop with the golf joke. ... I hear ya on the bowling, what kills me on that is quarter night. We usually try to squeeze 6 or more games in to take advantage of the deal. Needless to say I my fingers stay mangled for a week or so, I should find a better hobby, besides RC.

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Old 10-15-2003, 01:50 AM   #115
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Thanks Pink TC3,

I read that web site before and it is great article, but I would also like to know what does Barry use with the tire inserts and why to use that.. just want to know more..
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i hear you man the kids still up in the clouds...who would blame him ever since that night he,s turned into a zombie.....hehe .life,s good when you young and stupid..
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Old 10-15-2003, 08:57 AM   #117
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Hey guys been very busy with work right now Im not ignoring you....

Im off for Vegas right now to the Paris gas car race.. I will answer everything on Mon. when I get back just leave some questions..Im sure I will be busy answering all the questions when I get back..

Talk to you later,

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NTW...Bigdog.................What a night .......sharing is always a good thing....lol
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Barry good luck ,Bring it home.
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Barry,

Do you tray your batteries?
If yes how? (with which tray)

Which cut off do you use when you charge your GP (40mv, 50mv)

When do you use sway bars on asphalt? (what conditions)

Do you always use 4 caster (asphalt and rubber tires)?

Do you use F block on the rear instead of R?

What is the lowest ride height you use in a smooth track?

Thank you Boss!!!!!!!
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