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Old 09-17-2007, 03:03 PM
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Eduardo please remember to bring the 3rd oneway with you this weekend

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Hellz yeah! you know it. Port Charolette
1st race of the FORAGSS series
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I would really like to make this race, but I got hit with the flu last night. Hopefully, i can make a flight on wednesday. I have not raced in awhile.
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Are you running sedan now?
Yes I am back racing Sedan!
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Yes I am back racing Sedan!
Could not handle the fire Dave?
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I would really like to make this race, but I got hit with the flu last night. Hopefully, i can make a flight on wednesday. I have not raced in awhile.


AHhhhhhhh poor baby....now suck it up and come on over........Doug do you still have the house in Ft Myers?
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AHhhhhhhh poor baby....now suck it up and come on over........Doug do you still have the house in Ft Myers?
Cape Coral......yes
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I just finished building my Evo WC. I am using the serpent throttle servo horn, and it seems to be hitting/rubbing the gas tank at the neutral position. Just wondering which throttle servo horn are you guys using, or am I doing something wrong here? Any help is appreciated.
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I just finished building my Evo WC. I am using the serpent throttle servo horn, and it seems to be hitting/rubbing the gas tank at the neutral position. Just wondering which throttle servo horn are you guys using, or am I doing something wrong here? Any help is appreciated.
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There are 2 positions that you can use with the horn, or bring it by let me take a look at it.

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I just finished building my Evo WC. I am using the serpent throttle servo horn, and it seems to be hitting/rubbing the gas tank at the neutral position. Just wondering which throttle servo horn are you guys using, or am I doing something wrong here? Any help is appreciated.
your most likely better off getting a servo horn with a direct fit...your lhs should have something that can work...im using the standard horn that comes with the servo and i just trimmed it to get it to work..
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what changes do you guys make to your clutches for finals and qualifying?
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what changes do you guys make to your clutches for finals and qualifying?
I dont make any at all..... you shouldnt have to change your clutches from qualifying to the main

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I just finished building my Evo WC. I am using the serpent throttle servo horn, and it seems to be hitting/rubbing the gas tank at the neutral position. Just wondering which throttle servo horn are you guys using, or am I doing something wrong here? Any help is appreciated.

What you can do is trim down the throttle servo horn so that it will clear the fuel tank... The throttle servo horn that I'm using on my kit is a Team Magic Nylon servo horn. Nylon servo horns are stronger compared to the stock servo horns than come with the servo. I had to do some trimming so that the servo horns clear the fuel tank... It was not a perfect fit but the trimming is easy with the help of a dremel...
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I would like to know if there are some aftermarket shocks that are better than than the originals that come with the car. I know this is a critical part of a cars handling and would just like to know anybody's ideas and experiences.
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