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Old 07-24-2004, 09:43 AM   #31
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impactplyr, normally i would agree with you. i don't know if it was the batteries, motor, speed control or what, but Mr. Hara's car had so much punch you could hear his tires actually "light up" when he punched it coming on the straight.
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Old 07-24-2004, 10:37 AM   #32
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While I guess some people find this comedy........fact is, unless you were there, you wouldn't know. Todd Hodge is on here, a PRO driver, telling you Hara's car was ballistic...

Ritchie is right.....the car was stupid fast. Nobody is saying his car wasn't dialed, nor that he didn't drive amazingly, just that on top of that, his car was hands down the fastest car on the track. Pillars built him a sweet motor of course....but there was something else.

Maybe he just had amazing packs, I dunno......all I know is when 3 other pro drivers tell me about this device that Hara told them about, which he intends to import and sell under his company, you can't tell me its not worth a look.

I am sure its only a matter of time before these things are available for sale and a bunch of people on here have one....

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Old 07-24-2004, 11:40 AM   #33
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Did Hara use the TN-122 hi volt zapp seat or something else? Difuser already posted a pic of that TN board..
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Old 07-24-2004, 11:47 AM   #34
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jarrkom I would like an email adress to this TN racing.
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Old 07-24-2004, 11:52 AM   #35
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Hi volt zapp?? What the heck is that??

Only thing I heard of was this charging plate....

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Old 07-24-2004, 11:55 AM   #36
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For all the replies I'd like to have some $$$ for this

the _thing_ is available at RB10 as:

4413444192069,TN RACING,3000YEN,TN-122 HI BOLT ZAPP SEAT

yeah, the url is http://www.rainbowten.co.jp

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Old 07-24-2004, 12:05 PM   #37
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Is the High Bolt Zapp seat the same as the plate or a different product??

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Old 07-24-2004, 12:09 PM   #38
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(no pun intended)
one of those small credit card type thingamajig from Japan that you insert in your cigarette pack to lessen the nicotine content of the cigarettes......
It says it balances or enhances the "yin and yang" and erases the harmful effects...

.......maybe it also enhances the battery and they discovered it by accident......

I know its far fetched but it looks exactly the same but smaller..... It has light magnets across the card.

Maybe this thing works for batteries! Works for hara then might work for some of us!

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Is the High Bolt Zapp seat the same as the plate or a different product??

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Just go figure, or ask them if its gonna give you that extra speed.
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Old 07-24-2004, 02:52 PM   #40
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OMG!!! Hara just won the Nats with a dog turd on his hood.....

Later that day...... Mr. hobbyshop guy can you order me 2 Team Orion dog turds please.... no I don't know the part number I just saw the pics of them on RCtech!!!!!!


You guys put the turd in the hood???
What kind of dog are we talking about? Cocker? Saint Bernard (very good rear grip)?
We use them just to get to the correct minimum weight. hummm...

Damn, I knew I was getting less front grip because of something...
Regarding batteries our method seems to give very good results. We kill a chicken (preferably virgin, but this is very hard to tell because they are very very promiscuous) and spread the blood on the pit table... Seems to work quite well.

At lunch we have chicken barbecue so not all is lost. If the batteries suck, at least the chicken is good.

ROFL ROFL ROFL

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Howhart-Not sure about that one....I thought Hara had the fastest Orion powered car at the Nats. I am not saying you or Hodapp were lagging in horsepower by any means...Hara's stuff was ballistic


just how ballistic was his car maybe it was the V2 motor Seriously though I don't see how his secret voodoo tray could have given his batteries more punch maybe it was his settings on his speedo or his gearing maybe he had more rubber on his rims
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hey thanks for the store But i want the email address to Tn racing so I can read on the product.
What does TN standfor jarrkom!?
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its says that is 3000. y and I think the exchange rate is 7.8 of thier currency is one U.S dollar

Thats 384.61 dollars for a plate that cant be right I think that part number is a batterie zapper. Not the plate we are talking about.
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I think the exchange is 107 -109to 1
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Hi,

3000 Yen= $27.3349 US Dollars....or 109.75 Yen/US Dollar.

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Please email me at [email protected]


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