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Old 07-19-2005, 11:51 PM   #46
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We have discussion from spools to a certain female organ... Very nice...
btw, ......Ben, I believe that is not an organ ! should be a Gland.
Organ is the lower part !


Question: What's worst than having a mad dog on your Piano ?













....Ans: A Sick pussy on your organ ! (err, you do play musical instruments, dun you ?)
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Old 07-20-2005, 12:23 AM   #47
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btw, ......Ben, I believe that is not an organ ! should be a Gland.
Organ is the lower part !


Question: What's worst than having a mad dog on your Piano ?













....Ans: A Sick pussy on your organ ! (err, you do play musical instruments, dun you ?)
Er.....I don't....

But I have one at home ....!!
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Old 07-20-2005, 12:44 AM   #48
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Er.....I don't....

But I have one at home ....!!
....Wat ? a Mad dog or the Sick pussy ?

Okay, Okay ! ....SORRY ! ..deviated from the topic of Sick Spool and Mad One-ways !
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Old 07-20-2005, 01:22 AM   #49
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Thats it guys, stick to the subject ... Spools ...

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Old 07-20-2005, 01:43 AM   #50
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....Wat ? a Mad dog or the Sick pussy ?

Okay, Okay ! ....SORRY ! ..deviated from the topic of Sick Spool and Mad One-ways !

Hmm...I meant an organ which you can play on....And yes,I do have a cute little mad dog at home...

Back to topic about benefits...Where there's benefits there's bound to be cons....They are: tires eaten up faster,drive shaft wear faster,If you run a lightweight spool,eg alu or delrin. prepare to change your drive cups often...
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Back to topic about benefits...Where there's benefits there's bound to be cons....They are: tires eaten up faster,drive shaft wear faster,If you run a lightweight spool,eg alu or delrin. prepare to change your drive cups often...
Lets not forget that to use spools effectively you will need to brake. I know of some cases where someone's shottky diode fell off and he braked..
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Diff: Move one wheel forward, other goes backward
1-way: Move one wheel forward, nothing happens other side
Spool: Move one wheel forward, other goes forward too
Just to make it clear...

Diff: Move one wheel BACKWARD, other goes forward
1-way: Move one wheel BACKWARD, other goes backward
Spool: Move one wheel BACKWARD, other goes backward

Basically a spool is like having a solid shaft between both wheels where they move the same direction at the same speed no matter what.

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Lets not forget that to use spools effectively you will need to brake. I know of some cases where someone's shottky diode fell off and he braked..
That fella needs MORE shottky diodes ! or one of them new Super Duper Diodes
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Just to make it clear...

Diff: Move one wheel BACKWARD, other goes forward Which is the same thing he said...
1-way: Move one wheel BACKWARD, nothing happens other side Which is wrong... You spin one wheel backwards, the whole drivetrain spins.
Spool: Move one wheel BACKWARD, other goes backward Which is again the same thing he essentially said...

Basically a spool is like having a solid shaft between both wheels where they move the same direction at the same speed no matter what.
If your one-way is set up so that your wheels spin FORWARD when you turn one wheel, you only have rear wheel drive.
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Just to make it clear...

Diff: Move one wheel BACKWARD, other goes forward
1-way: Move one wheel BACKWARD, nothing happens other side
Spool: Move one wheel BACKWARD, other goes backward

Basically a spool is like having a solid shaft between both wheels where they move the same direction at the same speed no matter what.
with a one-way, you move one wheel BACKWARD the the other wheel goes backwards. That's why it's called a one-way, b/t it only works one-way.
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with a one-way, you move one wheel BACKWARD the the other wheel goes backwards. That's why it's called a one-way, b/t it only works one-way.
Doh! My bad. I'll change the post.
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Here's a question, when building a spool do you line up the outdrives or offset them? Offset meaning when the spool is built one outdrive slot will be vertical and the other outdrive slot would be horizontal.
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new spools are built lined up....but since the right and left side are totally independent from each other it might not matter.....but its just as easy to build lined up.......
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coudln't the understeer you get going into the corner be reduced by using a one-way pulley, or do you have to lock the centre up to run a spool?
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Bad idea, cause then you have the disadvantages of both spool and oneway, you can't break and you have horrible turn in ...

If you like to run a spool than you should lock up the centre pulley, otherwise, when running a oneway , centre oneway drives even better ..
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