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Old 01-03-2004, 08:18 AM   #46
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I'll see if I can borrow my neighbors digital camera and get some pics.

My prototypes are ment as a pre-race cooler, but they do fit with motor in car. They fit on my TC3, XXX-s, and STR-4 no problem. Others cars (hpi-Pro3, X-ray) prohibit in car cooling due to motor placement.
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Old 01-03-2004, 01:03 PM   #47
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i just got a tc3 to race after racing oval for 14 years, and i can see where these cooler would be great for me in the south where tempatures get very high in the summer,, i would like to see some more pics also of the home made kind ,, specially ones that will fit on a tc3 homemade or the guy that makes them to sell,,

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wow...... u guyz are really workin hard

nice work!!!

hope to see those pics soon
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That motor chiller looks very interesting.

Does anyone have a method of making motor magnets stronger on the cheap. Any help like a diy zapper.
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Old 01-03-2004, 08:12 PM   #50
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O.K. Here's a pic of the pre-race cooler.
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Here's another one, with it hooked up and runnin'.
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Wow That Thing is Iced
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about how much is one of those.. heat sink with chip?
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Man that thing with a bigger piece of copper tube would do a fine job of keeping your Beer frosty between heats
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woo hooo nice work man

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Old 01-03-2004, 11:24 PM   #57
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Here is a pic of cooler on XXX-S
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lol thats things massive

is there a way to bend the peltier so theres more surface area touching the motor???

or does it have to be flat
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One more "icy" shot. 22 degrees F.
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holy shiet...... (oops)

nice!!!!!!!!!!

nevermind about bending the peltier thats as good as it gets



whats the temp when it comes off the track and what temp is your track?
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