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Old 02-01-2006, 12:25 PM   #91
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IBs response to this is impressive to say the least:

Berkley site:
http://ohst.berkley.edu/Publications/IB/IBInineon.pdf

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hahahaha , someone watches to much startrek.
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Old 02-02-2006, 12:55 AM   #92
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New developements have increased our understanding of superstring theory. Under the right conditions it is actually possible to go back in time. Not by much, only a few microseconds. This small temporal shift had been thought the be useless until recent quantum entanglement experiments, at the Black Mesa Test Facility, yielded practical results.

IB cannot release full scientific details until the patents on the cell are complete.
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Old 02-02-2006, 01:01 AM   #93
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I dunno... I call peoples track day only cars that they run at road america toys. I call a friends Ferrari F355 a Toy. I call R/C cars toys also.

You play with them dont you? Some people seem to think you need to be "SERIOUS" and take what they are doing over the top serious to play around.

Really until you are PAID as a full time job to race or play with R/C cars... they are toys. Once you are paid, they are then tools of the trade.

Oh and I am a fat geeky person, who doesnt think R/C bears much relation to an actual SPORT. And if R/C is a sport... then so is clubbing, drinking, surfing the web, smoking pot, etc... All cost lots (if you take it "seriously") and take time and effort to do consistently at that top level. Still doesnt make em a sport.
On the box of my T2, it says: quote!

"The T2 is a high competition, high quality, 1/10-scale electric touring car for persons age 16 and older. This is not a toy, it is a precisioin racing model."
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New developements have increased our understanding of superstring theory. Under the right conditions it is actually possible to go back in time. Not by much, only a few microseconds. This small temporal shift had been thought the be useless until recent quantum entanglement experiments, at the Black Mesa Test Facility, yielded practical results.

IB cannot release full scientific details until the patents on the cell are complete.
I say let the motor manufacturers create more efficient motors and allow them to be approved just as fast as these new cells, then and only then will we be ready for these new inferion cells
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Old 02-19-2006, 05:34 AM   #95
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Team Orion GP4300 dominated the TITC race !
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Old 02-19-2006, 08:52 AM   #96
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Team Orion GP4300 dominated the TITC race !
Got any pictures to back that up? Every pic I saw the Orion drivers had IB's in their cars.

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Got any pictures to back that up? Every pic I saw the Orion drivers had IB's in their cars.

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absol;utly agree.
come on orion admit you made a mistake and that IB are superioure
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Old 02-19-2006, 09:24 AM   #98
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Hello all
Great racing in the finals today, the top ten really put on a show for everyone.
There seems to be some debate over which cells people used in the finals of this years TITC. To the best of my Knowledge and for sure Marc and hara all Peak and Orion drivers used GP batteries in all finals and set thier best quals with GP.
I hope this helps to clear things up.
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Where did you see pics where ORION drivers were using IB cells?

All photos I've seen from this event show the Orion drivers to use GP cells.
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And few more..
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Old 02-19-2006, 10:03 AM   #101
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Yes I heard that many drivers switched from IB to Team Orion GP4300 during the race !
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Looks like an IB pack there.
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Looks like an IB pack there.
I think Hara was using that to power his tire warmers.
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i only saw pics from practice so asumed thats what you guys were running,wouldnt be first time though.
spashett,what springs and roll bars were you guys running?
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I think Hara was using that to power his tire warmers.
Thanks for clearing that up!!

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