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Old 03-12-2004, 08:34 PM   #16
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yes it is I eric I'm going crazy with this thing it's going in the trash soon. how far I am on page 16.
How much are u willing to sell your "wanted trash" Pro 4?
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Old 03-12-2004, 08:40 PM   #17
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How much are u willing to sell your "wanted trash" Pro 4?

it's almost done now to late
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did any one put the sway bars on if so did you have to press the ball in the holder are is the larger size one?
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Old 03-12-2004, 08:49 PM   #19
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did any one put the sway bars on if so did you have to press the ball in the holder are is the larger size one?
not sure what you mean, but it'll probably take pliers to get the ballcup over the bottom ball mount, and the ball on the swaybar.

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Old 03-12-2004, 09:51 PM   #20
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got it thanks troy should have it done by tuesday


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Old 03-15-2004, 09:49 PM   #21
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mrfastrc51: Don't be afraid to post up any specific questions, as most here are willing to help. You can also post in the Pro 4 thread, as people there may have the same problems, but just aren't posting. No matter the car or the previous experience, it usually turns out better when you can take your time.


By the way, RC51 meaning Honda V-Twin? Nice ride, and if so, what year?

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it is a nice bike and stuck alot on time and money in it as well here is a couple of pix and it is a2003

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Eric, how did that electronics layout end up working for you?
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All I know is Troy and his sissy purple anodized car will feel my wrath Tues. night!




















Psst, Gary, can you work on my motor for me Tues., and stand next to me on the drivers stand reminding me not to hit things while I try to chase Troy down?
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Nah, you'll do fine. As far as motors, just do what I do:

Give it to Russ to work on

Oh, careful about what you say about a "sissy purple anodized car"...I have one myself
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Eric, how did that electronics layout end up working for you?

it work out just fine today i think i will trim the wires.
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Nah, you'll do fine. As far as motors, just do what I do:

Give it to Russ to work on

Oh, careful about what you say about a "sissy purple anodized car"...I have one myself
mike fitted the body for my lastnight and it looks real nice trimed the fenders and all. the car looks great now just need it to drive straight and adjust a few things and she is ready.


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Nah, you'll do fine. As far as motors, just do what I do:

Give it to Russ to work on

Oh, careful about what you say about a "sissy purple anodized car"...I have one myself

I only make fun because I want one, but I need to figure out what the hell I'm doing with my current car first

Like Troy asked me what my anti-squat was lastweek, I just kind of stared blankly at him for a while trying to remember what the hell that was, and said whatever the manual told me...
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