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Old 03-09-2006, 11:47 PM   #736
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Still waiting for some inspiration...
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Harsh you are, amigo!

Mid-12s with help from Badboy, jrrc and Jaime. They pushed!

Saturday will have two other things to try...Tamiya pistons and AE shock oil.
Yea I got 1 set of Tamiya 3-holes inside the Tamiya shocks I kept, need another set of pistons to convert both cars over ...I'm curious how *big* of a difference it makes, or more to the point *what* difference it makes ...same thing with the extra long extensions, I tried the non-viagra version of the extensions and they really made a difference, I loved the way they felt compared to no extensions ..at this point any changes I make I can't test till round 1 of practice at the nats .

Also does anyone have some pics of the extra long chingaderas and how they mounted the shocks to them? Using a ball stud and ball cup on mine rubs the rear tires, so I must not be doing something right? Or using the wrong studs, or something!!
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Yea I got 1 set of Tamiya 3-holes inside the Tamiya shocks I kept, need another set of pistons to convert both cars over ...I'm curious how *big* of a difference it makes, or more to the point *what* difference it makes ...same thing with the extra long extensions, I tried the non-viagra version of the extensions and they really made a difference, I loved the way they felt compared to no extensions ..at this point any changes I make I can't test till round 1 of practice at the nats .

Also does anyone have some pics of the extra long chingaderas and how they mounted the shocks to them? Using a ball stud and ball cup on mine rubs the rear tires, so I must not be doing something right? Or using the wrong studs, or something!!
LOL ..I guess I should have posted this over in the Corally thread ...only had 1 triple Latte so far this morning, still not awake.
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Are you referring to my...???
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Also does anyone have some pics of the extra long chingaderas...
Freudian slip methinks..........
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X long extensions with Schumacher ball stud kit.
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Rick ..... we won't be allowing people to setup pit spots on Tuesday evening. I do not have security for that night so no setting up pits.

Wednesday practice schedule will be posted later today. A down to the minute schedule and the heat setup.
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I believe that each square on the diagram is 2 feet
Barrys is correct. The grid is a 2'x2' grid and the track is 98'x48'.

Pit tables are shown in the drawing. Each rectangle represents a 2'-6" x 8' table and their will be two pit spots per table.
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X long extensions with Schumacher ball stud kit.
ok ..got it so there is some "jockeying" that's gotta be done (trim tires, dremel ball cups kind of stuff) ...just wantet to make sure I wasn't doing something wrong.

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Hijack...you don't know the meaning of that word...check this out

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=98259
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does anybody know how i can see the entry list..thanks
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Go to http://www.2006RoarNats.com Select Entry --> Entry List from the carpet nats side of the menu, then click the button that says "Online Signup System" ...this takes you over to Stockton Raceway's Gearchart.com online signup area, now select Signups --> Carpet Nats (the only event currently setup for SCRC) ...and you're there, just click "Show me the signups" and you'll see them all, or if you only want to see some of the classes, uncheck the ones you don't want to see, etc.
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