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Old 11-07-2004, 09:52 PM   #1156
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Matt Francis won TC Mod with his JRX-S today.
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Sweet, now I cant wait till the car hits Cleveland to see how it does on carpet in another big event! Congrats to Matt and good running by Hodge too!
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Congrats to the losi guys!!!! Great job
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Man I can just taste this car
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Old 11-08-2004, 07:59 AM   #1160
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Man I can just taste this car
Strange taste buds you have....
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Old 11-08-2004, 09:02 AM   #1161
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Its funny how the chassis looks so narrow from above, but when given a complete car view from below, with those shorty suspension arms, it looks W-I-D-E!

Thats pretty cool to see them win early with the car. They are starting to scare me with all the fans I'm seeing mounted on the car! I race out doors in the Kansas heat, am I going to have to install a complete AC system just to keep the motor cool?

I hope those guys only need that because they are running those super low wind motors.
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mmmmmm......carbon fiber
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They are starting to scare me with all the fans I'm seeing mounted on the car!

I hope those guys only need that because they are running those super low wind motors.
I race in the Texas heat and was thinking the same thing......
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The fans are for the supa dupa low winds. All the pros. are doing this not just the LOSI fact. guys.
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very correct. Cold Magnets are happy magnets
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I hope you guys are right. I remember watching those StreetWeapon guys losing solder joints because of excessive heat and the JRX-S motor seems just as enclosed. Definitely don't want to go there!
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The fans are for the supa dupa low winds. All the pros. are doing this not just the LOSI fact. guys.
yeah, but most people stick with one fan. Some of the Losi factory guys are sporting TWO. Thats a awful lota cooling!
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Cool magnets are happy magnet

Lets not bring back memories of the Shelfweapon. We have just finaly supressed the memories of that. ROFLMAO
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yeah, but most people stick with one fan. Some of the Losi factory guys are sporting TWO. Thats a awful lota cooling!
AE has got some type of "forced cold ram air induction intake system" using TWO fans for the TC4.
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the bad thing about that is that it weighs alot. Cause when i was at the Worlds the TC4's weight 1634 and the limit was 1520. Most of the weight was the cooling system in them and the chassis. Just buy 2 small computer fans then just run them off another receiver pack with an on-off switch. It would be much lighter.
I just cant wait till the car comes out to the public. I wonder how much more competitive it will be to all the guys who want to go faster and got as much out of the XXX-S as they can. I know its going to be fast and handel awsome.
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