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Old 07-02-2005, 10:08 PM   #6421
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Old 07-03-2005, 02:12 AM   #6422
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Sure he was....LOL
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I tried the Joel Johnson setup today (double 1-way). Has any1 else had a go at it?
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Sure he was....LOL
I WAS ...I was talking about the brushes in your motors ..man why do you always have to turn things into "the ugly"
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Old 07-03-2005, 07:28 AM   #6425
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I tried the Joel Johnson setup today (double 1-way). Has any1 else had a go at it?
I have not but I am looking for a good one-way setup. How did you like it?

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I WAS ...I was talking about the brushes in your motors ..man why do you always have to turn things into "the ugly"
cause that's what I do....LOL
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I have not but I am looking for a good one-way setup. How did you like it?

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Its not a bad setup, however I liked Todd's better cos you can attack the corner instead of sweeping it, also I think Todd's has better rear grip as well.
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Old 07-03-2005, 02:26 PM   #6428
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Alittle off topic, but does anyone know what size screws are used to mount a fan to a cobalt motor? I tried 3mm and 4-40 but neither worked.
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Alittle off topic, but does anyone know what size screws are used to mount a fan to a cobalt motor? I tried 3mm and 4-40 but neither worked.
it is either a 2 or 2.5 mm thread.
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it is either a 2 or 2.5 mm thread.
Tol -- What are you doin sneakin around the sedan threads? LOL Are you local guys doing any on-road?

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Hey,

Approximately what's the rollout supposed to be when you're running FOAMS ON CARPET in the STOCK class?

Btw 7 and 7.5 or what?

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All depends on track size etc. With a Monster at our local small (7-8 second lap times) we run around .882 roll out. At a bigger track up to a 1.02 roll out.
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it's a short, twisty carpet track (10-11 sec laps)
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it's a short, twisty carpet track (10-11 sec laps)
With a Monster, that should be about 7.32 or 7.56.
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Here are some pics of my new servo and the new design BK brackets. Sorry about the pics it's the best my camera will do.
The servo is a Futaba s9550 this should take some weight off the front end!
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