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Old 11-10-2005, 09:29 AM   #181
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Pro models: Tissues are used to soak the addtive from the tyre in the tissue, tomake them completely oil free. Than another additive is used to keep the dust away.

Danniz: With an 11 turns on 5mm stack you need this to get RPM out. An 11 4mm stack would be to inefficient and would have a too small power band. The direct power is a bit lower too with 5mm, it saves about 30 secs runtime.
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If you use a 12turn with 5mm web how slow would it be compared to an 11turn 5mm
Also, 12turn with 5mm for 8min race what gear should be used compared to a 12turn with 4mm 5min race

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Old 11-10-2005, 07:31 PM   #183
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Danniz: With an 11 turns on 5mm stack you need this to get RPM out. An 11 4mm stack would be to inefficient and would have a too small power band. The direct power is a bit lower too with 5mm, it saves about 30 secs runtime.
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Old 11-10-2005, 07:42 PM   #184
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In most pics I hace seen many drivers use tissues inside the tyre warmer cup, could you explain the reason for this?

Bye for now. Thanks for your help once again.

Those Tissue are not your normal household tissues...Those are those industrial tissue of some sort...Its like those wet tissues for clean the babies butt except that its dry...
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Old 11-10-2005, 10:27 PM   #185
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What car was Masami driving, the BD or LCG?
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What car was Masami driving, the BD or LCG?
i believe it's BD
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Old 11-11-2005, 01:47 AM   #187
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We used between 36 and 40 degree (yes a lot...) of timing.

40 Degrees of timing…..LOL….. Is that what you had to do to get those turds to go around the track ….. I can’t wait until one of your customers puts 40 degrees of timing in a V2 and blows the damn thing up!!!! I can see it now, he calls up tech support (Joe) and says “ But Oscar said it would work”….LOL…Priceless


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Old 11-11-2005, 03:50 AM   #188
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Tq-racing and slowhand are always on Yokomo side. The comment on that website is not all true. I was AT the Kawaba track and see different things from him.

1.Masami not had radio glitch, he tried to overtake another car and run too close on curve and cause him fly out off track.

2.In A3 when rain start and many cars spin. I still see Hara and Andy Moore also run with noproblem (also Masami). and they(Hara and Masami) both running on almost same laptime.(they have tv monitor to show laptimes. It's mean that if "some machanics" not shouting to stop the race, Hara still maintain leading with 5-6 sec gap with noproblem.

I have many pics at kawaba. I'll try to post it soon.
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Old 11-11-2005, 04:07 AM   #189
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Very well said Kingcrab.

It is impossible to know if the things we read are coming from unbiased sources.
The video's show some of truth, most of it actually, but not all the true, and we have only seen one A main final. We are missing two more videos...

I wonder why nobody is posting them....

P.S. please post as many pics as you can!

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hey curt, i've been running one of your 8x1 arms at 30deg

(albeit on a _very_ small track)
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LOL... too funny Curtis....you have great sense of humor! Come next year to Japan and show your talents!
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Tq-racing and slowhand are always on Yokomo side. The comment on that website is not all true. I was AT the Kawaba track and see different things from him.
But you are on the Hot Bodies side now, correct? LOL
So how's your trip and all the Thai buddies to Japan?
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hey curt, i've been running one of your 8x1 arms at 30deg

(albeit on a _very_ small track)

Oh boy.....Maybe I'll the the one crying .....LOL


Oscar: Congratulations on the WIN..... I would like to go to Japan next year, and from the looks of it I'll be there ..... BTW; are you going to Kuala Lumpur next month? If so, see you there....


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Curtis, I can not go to Kuala Lumpur.... unfortunatly it clashes with a race here in Europe. Hara and Karn will be there though. But will go to the TITC in February. You should come to that one, its cool (hot...) also! Next year Japan natts will probably be 5 min...
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Old 11-11-2005, 09:37 AM   #195
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Thumbs up Japanese Nationals Results

To the 9 out of 10 A-main drivers who used the PROTOform Stratus 3.0 "AP" and especially Atsushi Hara for his TQ and Win - I want to offer you a sincere CONGRADULATIONS for your excellent performance! The JMCA "Japanese Nationals" event appeared to be extremely competitive and the track looked absolutely great. (in the photos that have been posted) It is most gratifying to me to see these kind of results in Japan.

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