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Old 01-01-2004, 04:38 PM
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Originally posted by SpeediePHATT
...Im not sure a brush is poreous enough to soak anything into it...
Brushes are porous all right, more porous than the oilite
'bronze' bushings used in the cheap RTRs.

If you want oils to soak faster into the brush/bushes, heat them.
Heated oil will soak in much faster -- just get an old tablespoon,
put item & oil in & warm it over a lighter.
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Old 01-01-2004, 05:33 PM
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You are all wrong... Banana peels!!!!!!!!
Build a small bong, I mean fire out of banana peels and
use a long clip ( the kind that they use for roaches) and gently
roast them until they get a little toasty.... Don't move the clip while you have it... Hold your breath and be very steady.....
While you are putting the brushes in, have a Twinkies or a couple of ring-dings....
You may appear slow but your car will be faster!!!!!!!!!!!!
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I kind of like the sounds of that one, its the first one that makes sense.LOLLOL
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Old 01-01-2004, 10:16 PM
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I normally soak my brushes in paint thinner!! Oh wait , this isn't the painting and bodies forum?
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Old 01-02-2004, 02:24 PM
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lol

but really is there anything that works good?

seriously
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Old 01-02-2004, 06:01 PM
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Originally posted by UCHEATULOSE
ask mo denton if it works? soak them in zubak juice for 3 months! think outside the box..
this is crazy? soak a brush for three months? what!!! there are new brushes and motors all the time and how could you keep up. If there is a race tomarrow and there is a new brush tomarrow what do you do, dont go because you have to wait three months.


YA RIGHT....

anyway Mo is cool with me but I am thinking out side the box...
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Originally posted by Calvin Ng
lol

but really is there anything that works good?

seriously
Ya this is the biggest secreat from the PROS. First get a good speedo. second get a good motor. third get a good battery.fourth clean your bearings. fifth>>>>> ohhh for get it I could go on and on, but that would be a good start on your way
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yeah thanx that really helped a bunch!
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