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Old 07-30-2013, 09:43 PM   #2356
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Hey Paul,

I checked out your ETS final set up. You have 2.8/2.8 listed for the front springs. I am guessing that is "Pauleese" for 2.5-2.8 progressives? Good talking to you!

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Old 07-31-2013, 07:51 AM   #2358
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oops, My bad. ill edit that now! Thanks
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Old 08-02-2013, 04:04 PM   #2359
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I have a thunder power z3r n4.5t but now the Purple Ring has come from the rotor is a problem what should outsite temperature of the out site of de motor
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I have a thunder power z3r n4.5t but now the Purple Ring has come from the rotor is a problem what should outsite temperature of the out site of de motor

Hi Peter, sorry about you having that issue. I assure you that his is a rare occurrence as i have ran many many different motors and rotors and this has never happened to me. where are you from? the outside temp of the motor is normally safe between 170 and 190.

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Hi Peter, sorry about you having that issue. I assure you that his is a rare occurrence as i have ran many many different motors and rotors and this has never happened to me. where are you from? the outside temp of the motor is normally safe between 170 and 190.

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hello paul

I come from the Netherlands
the heat of the engine I measured was 164

and thank you for your support

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I come from the Netherlands
the heat of the engine I measured was 164

and thank you for your support

greetings peter

Ill take care of you. thanks!
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Sifu,

You amaze on the track, you defy gravity, and numerics do not apply to you. Please explain how you have stopped the time / post continuum at 1,060 ?

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Sifu,

You amaze on the track, you defy gravity, and numerics do not apply to you. Please explain how you have stopped the time / post continuum at 1,060 ?

Your student,

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Please explain how you have stopped the time / post continuum at 1,060 ?
I didn't he stopped the time..the number change every time paul posted the thread all together...maybe I'm comfuse...

Now let see,my posts # is 7,031
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mistake??
I accidentally posted something that didn't relate well, I don't know how to delete the post completely so I erased it and just said "mistake"
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Hey Paul,

What method do you use to polish your king pins on your X12?

Any help will be appreciated

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What method do you use to polish your king pins on your X12?

Any help will be appreciated

Thank you

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Hi Kevin. I will chuck up the king pin in either a drill or a dremel, then i will put some "Flitz" or any other good metal polish on a rag and spin the kingpin on the rag. Flip over and repeat to get both sides of the kingpin. Then just make sure to spray it off and clean it before installation.

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Hey Paul,
I am having a bit of an issue with my T4. I have a gear diff in the front, and every time I come out of the corner and try to get on the throttle, the car wants to start coming around. It almost feels like there is a one-way in car. The surface I am running on is asphalt and the grip is low-med. The current setup I am using is Devin Patterson's, but I have my rear arms all the way back. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Any chance you can make to the TZGP in November for some carpet racing?
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