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Old 09-09-2004, 05:09 AM   #15391
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Thank you !

I'll keep those thing in mind..
No problems ... the car is very good, very fast. If you get beaten its your fault ...
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Old 09-09-2004, 05:17 AM   #15392
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Lithium Polymer bateries, uses on all current mobile phone on the market today
The Li-poly batteries availeble now are not a good option for use in now-days racingcars.
The electronics used need more power as a mobile phone.
Besides, it's very difficult to charge them with the current chargers.

If you're looking for more power, and longer and more ennergy I would go for NiMH cells for use in camera's and photocamera's.
They are the same size as the regular AA batteries, but have more ennergy. Their mostly around 2100 or 2300 Mah, but the voltage is lower, 1.2 You can build your own packs, you'll only need small lips (orion makes them) and an extremely hot soldering iron ( 50W or up) so you can get the job done very quick, so you don't overheat the cells.
There are to negative sids about these cells.
They are more heavy then the regular ones used.
They are expensive.

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Old 09-09-2004, 05:25 AM   #15393
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The Li-poly batteries availeble now are not a good option for use in now-days racingcars.
The electronics used need more power as a mobile phone.
Besides, it's very difficult to charge them with the current chargers.

If you're looking for more power, and longer and more ennergy I would go for NiMH cells for use in camera's and photocamera's.
They are the same size as the regular AA batteries, but have more ennergy. Their mostly around 2100 or 2300 Mah, but the voltage is lower, 1.2 You can build your own packs, you'll only need small lips (orion makes them) and an extremely hot soldering iron ( 50W or up) so you can get the job done very quick, so you don't overheat the cells.
There are to negative sids about these cells.
They are more heavy then the regular ones used.
They are expensive.

Thomas
Thomas thanks for the info.

Sounds like I better just stick to my current ones ... Sanyo 800 mAh AAA cells. I've used these continously in 1 hour mains without problems.
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Oh, forgot to mention to you that the pop-up pictures of the underside of the deck (in BlackBook) is not displaying.
hmmm, they seems fine from here.. but thanks for the info

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Hey D, whatever OS Mark is using today, its certainly showing its fangs and arguing with the Master!
Uh oh!!! hadn't thought of it like that
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... subject to available grip, different throttle input (Analog Driving is my term) imparts different centrifugal and centripetal forces which varies weight transfer that proportinally relates to bite side bite/grip of your tyres?
D, I think Sow has had a stroke or something - he's talking strange!
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Good point ... which was why NiMo destroyed his 2-speed one-way bearing in his FW05 within one lap of removing his restrictor!
Forgot about the restricter
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It has nothing to do with end-play or dirty bearings Mark. Its the JP, you really should pass that engine to me so I can check it and ensure that your ceramic bearings never gets harm again.
You know already the Jedi Mind tricks don't work with me
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And what about the one-piece engine mount!

I've had it in my hands last friday, but there was only one and i wasn't the first, so i have to wait for friday to get mine. Forgot the part nr but the price is cheaper than the X-bracket
More metal to buy
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I see what you meant... they are ok now.. thanks

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hmmm, they seems fine from here.. but thanks for the info

No, the ones showing underneath the top deck ... servos and PT.

Yes ... I see that you fixed it.
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D, I think Sow has had a stroke or something - he's talking strange!
Yeap ... two-stroke-starved. what can you expect from 2 year old engines?
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Forgot about the restricter
Oh no! I'm doomed! I knew I should keep my trap shut some times.
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I see what you meant... they are ok now.. thanks

Oh by the way ... I prefer my PT on the top deck because its power light glows ORANGE when powered up!

That's what one has to do when one loses the battle of who's got the most orange metal bits.
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Oh no! I'm doomed! I knew I should keep my trap shut some times.
Thanks for the tip, Sow

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