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Old 08-04-2005, 06:36 PM   #1516
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Nice cut and paste...

I didn't know dat!
aaaa no aaaaaa I was taught that ??? in th 4h club ya thats it!!


ok ok ya got me CUT AND PASTE your right
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Old 08-04-2005, 06:37 PM   #1517
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Do I ask, where do the lemons & grapefruits sit.......
those are uncola nuts


or is that lemons and limes???? eh close enough !!
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Old 08-04-2005, 06:46 PM   #1518
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Fruit or Vegetable?
An interesting aspect of tomato history is the classic debate: Is the Tomato a Fruit or Vegetable? I guess that depends on whom you are asking. By definition, a fruit is the edible plant structure of a mature ovary of a flowering plant, usually eaten raw; some are sweet like apples, but the ones that are not sweet such as tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, etc. are commonly called vegetables. Botanists claim that a fruit is any fleshy material that covers a seed or seeds where as a horticulturists point of view would pose that the tomato is a vegetable plant. Until the late 1800's the tomato was classified as a fruit to avoid taxation, but this was changed after a Supreme Court ruling that the tomato is a vegetable and should be taxed accordingly.

When it is all said and done, the history of the tomato has classified as a poisonous beautiful plant, a tax-avoiding fruit, and a taxable vegetable. Nonetheless, the tomato is the most popular vegetable in America and enjoyed by millions all over the world.
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Old 08-04-2005, 06:53 PM   #1519
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HOLY MOLY, page 4....come on Steve,

How does the chemical reaction in a halogen bulb create light?
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Old 08-09-2005, 10:41 AM   #1521
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It's not so much the chemical reaction that results in light being emmitted, it is simply the super-heating of the tungsten fillament inside that lets off high amounts of visible light and heat.

The main differences between a halogen bulb and a conventional bulb are:

The Halogen bulb has a quartz envelope as opposed to a glass envelope. The quartz is much more resistant to higher temperatures and thus A. )the bulb itself can be made smaller (closer to the fillament) and B.) The fillament can be run hotter.

In a conventional bulb the gas inside the bulb is usually argon or nitrogen based. In a halogen bulb the gas is one from the...you guessed it, family of halogens. The difference is that as the normal filament burns, it actually evaporates into the gas and gets deposited on the inside of the bulb until the filament becomes so small and thin that it breaks where as in a halogen bulb, the halogen helps recycle and redeposit the evaporated tungsten back onto the filament resulting in a MUCH longer life span of the bulb.
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Hey Steve how can I set the GTX to have brakes using just the transmitter and not using the gtx profile drag brakes .. Cause I set my 3pk to full brakes and it still doesnt have any trigger braking .
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Old 08-09-2005, 10:52 PM   #1524
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Roberto, set your throttle endpoints as high as they will go then reset your speed control... it seems like you might have some sort of one-touch-setup issue...

Let me know if that works...?
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Old 08-11-2005, 10:30 PM   #1525
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Hmm.. page 3??? that sucks guys
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Any new JRS-S speed tips amigo???
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Hey Steve that didnt work when I try to do the brake setup and it wont flash green like it says it should .
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You tried going through the one-touch-setup proceedure and it didn't work...?

Are you sure you have your end points maxed out and you don't have any exponential or arc tuned into your throttle channel?
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Yes, and I got the brakes maxed out on my 3pk


Btw whats exponential and arc?
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They are adjustments on your radio that will alter the signal being transmitted from a linear signal to an exponential ... IE if you have negative exponential tuned in to your throttle channel the response will be softer around neutral and become more agressive throughout the throttle throw...
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