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Old 04-28-2005, 09:57 AM   #4561
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See-being a car whore .....
Understatement of the year ladies and gentlemen!
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Understatement of the year ladies and gentilemen!
yes, ray is a gentile.
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Old 04-28-2005, 10:02 AM   #4563
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See-being a car whore has its benefits. I had three XXXS in the past and the last one had the offset hubs so I knew about this.....
The best thing is if you saved parts then when you go back to the same car 4weeks later you'll have them (like me). It's like XMAS!!LOL

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Old 04-28-2005, 10:03 AM   #4564
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why you sell your rdx?
YGPM-nothing bad. I liked the car a lot actually.
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He acts surprised that Ray bought a car, owned it for a few weeks, got it dialed in, and ditched it. Live and learn man..if there's ever a new car you want, just wait because Ray will buy it, get it dialed in, and sell it shortly there after for cheap

So Ray, you're going to let me know when you sell that JRXS, riiiight?
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Old 04-28-2005, 10:18 AM   #4566
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He acts surprised that Ray bought a car, owned it for a few weeks, got it dialed in, and ditched it. Live and learn man..if there's ever a new car you want, just wait because Ray will buy it, get it dialed in, and sell it shortly there after for cheap

So Ray, you're going to let me know when you sell that JRXS, riiiight?
Sorry to hijack this thread-but I sold the RDX to a guy and I dont know if he kept my set-up on it-but he won the A his first time driving it.

I havent a clue how to tune the JRXS yet. Luckily I have ROb, Bean and Chicky to bug 24/7
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My belts look a little warped i havent drove the car yet so im not sure what caused this is this happining on other peoples cars?
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What do you mean by warped? Are they uneven widths or something?

Give a discription if you can. Thanks
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Here is my car almost complete
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Hey guys the batteries do fit

Without mods to the chassis I will try and get some pics up later on
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Also the 3700 battery trays are scheduled to go onto the CNC next week.
Good to hear. Was it complete re-do of the tray or just small changes? Will it work with shrink wrapped cells or will the shrink wrap need to come off?

Can't wait to try it.
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I was thnking that I have two brand new killer SMC GP3300 packs that are shrinkwrapped and shoogood and I DONT want to unsolder them. But they dont fit in the car-not even close. HOpefully they will fit with the GP3700 battery tray.

Figures my only two shrunk wrapped packs are my two best and newest.
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What do you mean by warped? Are they uneven widths or something?

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nevermind i fixed it but i do have another problem... im running a ps-2113fet from KO and when i try to put the linkage on it hits the case of the servo im not sure why this is doing this.
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I was thnking that I have two brand new killer SMC GP3300 packs that are shrinkwrapped and shoogood and I DONT want to unsolder them. But they dont fit in the car-not even close. HOpefully they will fit with the GP3700 battery tray.

Figures my only two shrunk wrapped packs are my two best and newest.
Well I'm hoping this new tray will allow me to get new bulkheads and get back to the way I like to run my cars...unmodded.

So heres hoping for both of us!
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nevermind i fixed it but i do have another problem... im running a ps-2113fet from KO and when i try to put the linkage on it hits the case of the servo im not sure why this is doing this.
I think my ko 2343 is the same case dimension as the 2113 and mine is barely missing the case-but missing it. Can you push your servo down more against the chassis?
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