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Old 11-14-2007, 11:24 PM   #61
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+7 to tea bag and his post
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Old 11-15-2007, 02:52 AM   #62
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Originally Posted by Scootersisters View Post
Now that I gathered this many posts in 1 day I can more quickly make my choice on what servo I want. I will be ordering my ace tomarow. Its funny how if you add some negitivity everyone gets fired up and has to put there two sense in.... thanks guys.
If this is the case, why be such a knob head about it..... most people that read and replied in this forum will see posts by you now and remember this, it might still be only the internet after all but this is a community, you dont want to burn your bridges by being a dick head about things...

I just seen someone having a big sook and thought i might reply and help you a bit, next time i wont bother, im sure there are others that have been in the hobby a long time that will do the same.

Cheers man.
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Old 11-15-2007, 05:51 AM   #63
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It heard that ALL the top AE drivers, are now wearing undersize
G-strings under there pants while on the drivers stand. This is
to quicken there reflexes,as they are all running the slower
servos. Adam Drake was overheard talking to Jared Tebo,quote,
Damm, they found us out.
PROLINE G-strings- now you can strap one on and
run like a pro too!!!
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Old 11-15-2007, 05:59 AM   #64
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I sense a new ad campaign slogan for Ace servos - "Drive Like an Ace!"

and a new nickname for Scootersisters - 'Ace Whole'...

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You know what, I think he has something here. I know for a fact that some sponsored drivers have servos we don't have. A couple years ago I needed a servo and a friend, that is sponsored by the normal companies, gave me one to borrow that he had in his sedan. I asked him what the blue wire coming out of it was for..........it was a FET wire, how long ago did we stop running those??????

You know what, I think I hit the wall faster after I put it in............
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