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Old 02-17-2006, 12:30 PM   #736
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JEEEZ!! If I were to read this entire thread not knowing that it is a bunch of RC Racers, I would think that it is a bunch of old ladies sitting around in a knitting circle bitching about this and that. All of you bitching, whinning, crybabies should be ashamed of yourselves. Stop wasting valuable time and say something productive!

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Old 02-17-2006, 12:33 PM   #737
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lets see how productive that was LOL
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Greg, Monti, Sean, Roman and myself all ran the Silva Concepts X-factor4 car. Could you please make the changes.

You have grande cohones posting about an "oval related issue" here.
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Old 02-17-2006, 01:06 PM   #739
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You have grande cohones posting about an "oval related issue" here.
We on-roaders are semi-civilized George!! Plus in a drama-queen filled thread like this you know your message will reach it's audience. Everybody loves to feed the trolls.

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While I'm here, I was wondering if Butter would post his battery Cycling/Maintenance routine for us? I gotta know how gets such EXPLOSIVE power outta his packs.
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Old 02-17-2006, 01:19 PM   #741
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While I'm here, I was wondering if Butter would post his battery Cycling/Maintenance routine for us? I gotta know how gets such EXPLOSIVE power outta his packs.
LMAO....Thats one way to stay awake!!

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Old 02-17-2006, 01:21 PM   #742
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LMAO....Thats one way to stay awake!!

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Old 02-17-2006, 01:33 PM   #743
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Cypress- Set voltage dropback (peak detect) to 7.0..that's right not .07...then charge packs at 12 amps and select the long lockout function on your charger. Batteries should reach about 225 Degrees Farenheit. This will indicate a fully charged pack. Also, be sure not to brush any boards or flappers as this will cause damage to the pack, your car, the drivers stand, the carpet and any spectators within 120ft.


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Are these the same trolls that are short...wearing purple sequence with jingling bells...and throw a mean right hook?
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Thanks Butter!! I knew that I was being way to easy on my cells with that 3.0 dropback! Of course I charge at 15 amps, so maybe we're close..........

G Dizzle: I was referring to the internet forum trolls. The troll you are referring to needs absolutely no additional feeding......
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LMAO @ Cypress....P.S. you got PM.
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No feeding?...not even trouser eel?...I hear its in season.
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No feeding?...not even trouser eel?...I hear its in season.
Oddly enough, she was totally disinterested in the meat Hodapp was alledgedly peddling.....
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I have a new site on-line with pictures from the race (until the old one gets fixed).

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Oddly enough, she was totally disinterested in the meat Hodapp was alledgedly peddling.....

hahahahaha
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