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Old 04-25-2002, 07:27 AM
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Originally posted by ernestf
me : i know how "strong" AE car is, cuz I run my TC3 for over a yrs. I will run TC body on mine, check www.geocities.com/chobchu for my NTC3.
Hey ernesft, just visited your site, you got a CE4?? dtm just bought one too (second hand)
We are getting ready for our EP seasons...soon after the rainy seasons
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Old 04-25-2002, 07:53 AM
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haha, by the mean time, i have my pro3 ready too !
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in fact, i have never run my CE4 since I built it up.
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Old 04-25-2002, 08:12 AM
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Battery jig (RC5002), Trinity bars (RC5106), a very hot iron, 60/40 rosin core solder. Solder quickly so the cell does not absorb heat, and make sure that you do not get
solder on anything but the button. A very hot iron is key to this process. You should have no less than a 300 watt iron to solder batteries properly. Never hold the iron on the cell for more than five or six seconds and always wait for the cell to cool before soldering on the same cell again

got this from the trinity site.....no less then 300watt iron...crasy!
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Old 04-25-2002, 08:13 AM
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Originally posted by ernestf
in fact, i have never run my CE4 since I built it up.
It shows!!!! The car looks butt ugly.....but I am just interested in the arrangement on the car!!!!!!

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Old 04-25-2002, 08:15 AM
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Originally posted by Disaster999
Battery jig (RC5002), Trinity bars (RC5106), a very hot iron, 60/40 rosin core solder. Solder quickly so the cell does not absorb heat, and make sure that you do not get
solder on anything but the button. A very hot iron is key to this process. You should have no less than a 300 watt iron to solder batteries properly. Never hold the iron on the cell for more than five or six seconds and always wait for the cell to cool before soldering on the same cell again

got this from the trinity site.....no less then 300watt iron...crasy!
If you are using a 300W iron...I would say 5 secs is too long.....have you seen the 200W iron that 3P using....it is quite frightening!!!!!!!!!!
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anyway, welcome to the CE4 family !
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Old 04-25-2002, 08:18 AM
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Originally posted by ernestf
anyway, welcome to the CE4 family !
haha...Thank you!!!

At least I found that I can use the diff plates off the SV10 and the thrust bearing/screw/spring from the MR4!!!
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Originally posted by Disaster999
Battery jig (RC5002), Trinity bars (RC5106), a very hot iron, 60/40 rosin core solder. Solder quickly so the cell does not absorb heat, and make sure that you do not get
solder on anything but the button. A very hot iron is key to this process. You should have no less than a 300 watt iron to solder batteries properly. Never hold the iron on the cell for more than five or six seconds and always wait for the cell to cool before soldering on the same cell again

got this from the trinity site.....no less then 300watt iron...crasy!
US kids like to BS and big mouth. 300W soldering gun ? why not using microwave to burn the connecting point ?
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any ym34 type t in here??
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Originally posted by Disaster999
any ym34 type t in here??
Manticore can join you!!!!!! haha.....you have been very quiet recently????
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Originally posted by ernestf


US kids like to BS and big mouth. 300W soldering gun ? why not using microwave to burn the connecting point ?
or how bout those welding guns used in contruction?? ahahah...that joint would never come off!!
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Originally posted by Disaster999


or how bout those welding guns used in contruction?? ahahah...that joint would never come off!!
yeah cuz all the batt cells will "melt" together, and probably incl your hand !
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Originally posted by Disaster999


or how bout those welding guns used in contruction?? ahahah...that joint would never come off!!
Does a good job of 'blowing up' the cells as well...I'm sure you will get more punch!!!!!!
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a welding guy could be a good turbo too !
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