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Old 10-25-2013, 09:39 AM   #106
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Hey Tony...I might have to disagree with you on that...over a cup of coffee preferably,but too many miles between us...
The definition for absolute straight is a line...the same as absolute flat is defined by a plane...though I agree that we cannot manufacture to absolutes,we can define them...and measure deviations of them to within very close tolerances...
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exactly, a plane would define a perfectly flat surface, but flatness or accuracy of a flat surface is defined as some maximum error 'relative' to a mean surface.

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Old 10-25-2013, 10:07 AM   #107
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exactly, a plane would define a perfectly flat surface, but flatness or accuracy of a flat surface is defined as some maximum error 'relative' to a mean surface.

i just like to hammer on bertrum
Cool...We're on the same page...
And Ya,the EDS board looks like an answer to the weight issue...
Maybe a little pricey,but not as bad as some made of c/f...
Thanks for pointing me that way...
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i have hudy and integy boards. i found the builtin tweak bar to be a nuisance, but that is me. i prefer to have a flat surface with no cracks or moving parts.
I'd have to agree with you there!

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the hudy stickers are long gone, i don't miss them. (only use the lines for 1/8 onroad setup, not for any electric cars) i think i was pretty careful with prep but solvents and silicone found their way under the decal and it would lift. the integy is better sealed off at the edges.

if i needed a board for a sedan or pan car i would go with the hudy board and forget the sticker. it is the best value.
I'll be using it for 1/10th scale on-road cars only, so I'll go with the Hudy board as mentioned in my previous post but still going to consider the setup decal thou.

Thanks for the advice.
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What do you guys think about this one?

http://www.integy.com/st_prod.html?p...3#.UmsRGfmTiSo

Dimensionally its the same as the EDS, looks like it weighs twice as much though. Does anyone have any experience with it?

I've wanted a carbon setup board for a while now, I could justify the expense on this one or possibly the EDS.
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3racing makes a real carbon fiber board?
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3racing makes a real carbon fiber board?
Spend the money on your car!

Like an EA tuned motor...for sure.

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I feel ya Bill, but 3racing making a real carbon fiber board sound wild and so hard to believe. That's got to be a sticker or something.......
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I personally love my Genesis R/C pitboard made for 1/10 and 1//8 on/off road... I lit mine up w/ LED's at one end.
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I personally love my Genesis R/C pitboard made for 1/10 and 1//8 on/off road... I lit mine up w/ LED's at one end.
I'm looking for more functionality then all out bling -- although it does look rather sexy -- not in the hobby to attract attention or impress anyone, just self satisfaction and fun.

Bill, My 1502g setup board and decal is on the way. So excited!
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