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Old 09-08-2005, 04:59 PM   #1201
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This motor... right?

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Old 09-08-2005, 05:09 PM   #1202
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Yes, it is the Green colored Monster Motor.
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Old 09-08-2005, 05:30 PM   #1203
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hey guys, does anyone have any ideas on what the popular foam compounds are going to be for stock and 19t?
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Audio....There are only 2 types of tires that most people use. You can use Plaid or Purple/Orange's with Purple rears......or you can use Cyan or Double Pink/Orange's with Double Pink or Magenta rears. Plaid and Purple/Oranges are the same tire just some companies calls them one thing. Cyan and Double Pink/Orange are the same thing again just the name changes for companies....same thing for Double Pink and Magenta. For 19t and stock I would suggest Cyan and Magenta or Double Pink/Orange and Double Pink….but you can also use Plaid and Purples. It’s just a driver taste thing. Plenty of races have been won on both types of tires….just go with one type and go from there.
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Old 09-08-2005, 06:11 PM   #1205
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Dumb Question #810: Will anyone have a motor cutting service there? Trying to save as much weight as possiable. I'd be willing to pay rather than pack.
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Old 09-08-2005, 06:18 PM   #1206
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Alb....I would think that any of the motor tuners would be willing to do that for you....Im sure Curtis from DC Motorsports would do that. If you cant find someone then come by and find me I will have mine there and I will cut a few coms for you....no charge.
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Kevin K, Thanks man. That is what makes this a great hobby. People are allways willing to HELP thier competitors out.
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ALB: Stop over at the Putnam camp, we'll keep you tuned up all weekend...
That goes for anyone attending....

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Scotty: Don't sweat it, pal. As long as everyone has the same type motor, the playing field is a level for everyone...

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So even though I will have my lathe with me you will still cut my stuff for me? I think I like this idea!! Just kidding, I'm not that lazy, yet.
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So, this is just a thought, since they are the green can ones and not the normal handout monsters, will we be able to use ones we already have on hand? They are gonna be the same as ones I run now anyhow. Just asking for my own personal info. Everyone else, don't make an issue out of this like you did my last question!!
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so I take it you will be at La Mirada sunday ?
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So, this is just a thought, since they are the green can ones and not the normal handout monsters, will we be able to use ones we already have on hand? They are gonna be the same as ones I run now anyhow. Just asking for my own personal info. Everyone else, don't make an issue out of this like you did my last question!!

Pretty sure the answer is no thats why its a handout race and not run what-chu brung. Im sure the motors will be marked to make sure. Same thing goes for the handout tires.
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Pretty sure the answer is no thats why its a handout race and not run what-chu brung. Im sure the motors will be marked to make sure. Same thing goes for the handout tires.
Only reason I asked, was not trying to make anything of it. Stock car will be coming with me minus a motor. I'm gonna assume they are still coming with no brushes and springs.
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Pretty sure the answer is no thats why its a handout race and not run what-chu brung. Im sure the motors will be marked to make sure. Same thing goes for the handout tires.
they etch a number on the can and the brush hoods. then also mark the arm. At the KO race they used some kind of flouresent marker that was visable under a black light. On the tires there are two ways of identifing them first the sidewall wil have cs27IIC. I know at the REEDY they had cs27rr last year . also they issue stickers for each set of tires that you have. to put on in the tech area. ( there is a special time slot for this)
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