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Old 02-18-2006, 01:06 AM   #61
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This discharger looks really cool....

Anyone tried it?? http://www.teamwaveonline.com/main/Index
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Old 02-18-2006, 01:15 AM   #62
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I wonder why X-ray doesn't have their whole team there for this race as it seams it would be good to see how the new T2 does on rubber outdoor against the best in the world. Especially being they sent pretty much the whole team to the Snowbirds (American big carpet foam tire race) and it is a Worlds year.
I wonder why HotBodies and Tamiya didnīt have there whole team at Snowbirds?....
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Old 02-18-2006, 01:18 AM   #63
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Yeah, and don't forget... they were all JUST at the Snowbirds!!!

Thankyou JoeyE on answering my question. I've always wanted to test out a 23t standup brushed motor. I knew they geared them motors to the moon.. but 4.8!! Damn!!! haha...

I hope Marc doesn't switch TC's!! He needs to stick with Tamiya!! Although the Cyclones do look like nice simple and easy cars to work with. I especially like the steering system on it. Hopefully Tamiya can work some stuff out. Their new systems looks promising.
I would rather be #1 at Tamiya than #2 or 3 at HB....
Wouldnt you?
But I do think they are all friends anyway
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Old 02-18-2006, 01:48 AM   #64
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This discharger looks really cool....

Anyone tried it?? http://www.teamwaveonline.com/main/Index
very good... can't fault it you will be quite happy & impressed with results
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Old 02-18-2006, 01:48 AM   #65
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We have had these equalisers In Australia for a short while. They work quite well
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Old 02-18-2006, 01:50 AM   #66
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We have had these equalisers In Australia for a short while. They work quite well
Still available and going strong:-

www.llt-racing.com
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Old 02-18-2006, 02:11 AM   #67
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any pics from the blue light district
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Old 02-18-2006, 04:51 AM   #68
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Final qualifying:

1 ATSUSHI HARA 21 5:04.716 14.234 JAPANESE HB CYCLONE
2 MARC RHEINARD 21 5:06.152 14.318 GERMAN TAMIYA TRF 415 MSX
3 ANDY MOORE 21 5:12.364 14.591 UK HB CYCLONE
4 SURIKARN C. 21 5:12.440 14.557 THAI HB CYCLONE
5 KAZUO MURAMATSU 21 5:12.501 14.521 JAPANESE HB CYCLONE
6 MEEN V. 21 5:12.716 14.600 THAI HB CYCLONE
7 HIROSHI KAMIBAYASHI 21 5:13.360 14.491 JAPANESE HB CYCLONE
8 THOMAS PUMPLER 21 5:13.484 14.521 AUSTRIA YOKOMO
9 HIDEO KITAZAWA 20 4:59.487 14.645 JAPANESE TAMIYA TRF 415 MSX
10 DAVID SPASHETT 20 5:00.847 14.667 UK TAMIYA TRF 415 MSX
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jilles did not make it hey
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Is Thomas Pumpler still running a Yokomo? I thought he switched to Hot Bodies?

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Is Thomas Pumpler still running a Yokomo? I thought he switched to Hot Bodies?

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Is Thomas Pumpler still running a Yokomo? I thought he switched to Hot Bodies?

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yes, he switched to HB. He was running a Cyclone at the International Indoor Friendship race in Austria two weeks ago.
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Old 02-18-2006, 06:36 AM   #73
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then why is he down on all the time sheets with yokomo?

would he not correct this if it was wrong
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Maybe he is running a Yokomo again, all i can say is that he is a club colleague and he's running a Cyclone since Christmas. I can ask him when he's back whether this was an error or he used the Yokomo.
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If he's still under a contract, but wants to drive a HB, then that's why he has to run a Yokomo now. Can't think of many reasons not to be running a Yoke though, looks like a nice car, and he seems to be doing well with it...
I remember a Tamiya driver(had a Tamiya, but was contracted to someone else...) who did the same last year.
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