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Old 09-10-2004, 04:36 PM   #15496
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Owsa&Teadysa... ackwardba sia assÚpa! Igpa atinla ulesra!

Yeba, yaca aterla!
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Old 09-10-2004, 05:49 PM   #15497
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Owsa&Teadysa... ackwardba sia assÚpa! Igpa atinla ulesra!

Yeba, yaca aterla!
Hoopla! You got me with that one!
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i'm an idiot!!!! (or an addict), just paid crazy dollars so i can have a starter wheel here by tomorrow so i can race. i won't say how much (too embarassing).... this hobby is ruining my life.


Yo Dude we are all addicts .But at least this addiction wont kill you. Well atleast till the wife or signifigant other see's the bills for this. !!!!!!!!!
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Old 09-10-2004, 07:10 PM   #15499
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ig ot brand new set still in bag sealed of 710 shocks the whoel set with yellow springs and 30w yellow andone interested in buyin them?
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Old 09-10-2004, 07:32 PM   #15500
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Hoopla! You got me with that one!
You don't know pig latin?
Not so hard to learn... Probably the easiest language of all.

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Elloha

Bye
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I love my Serpent seven-ten
Ia ovela yma Erpentsa evensa-enta

I like bling-bling hop-ups.
Ia ikela lingba-lingba opha-psua.

OUCH! I drove my car into my foot again!
UCHOA! Ia roveda yma arca ntoia yma oofta gainaa!

Good to know when on vacation:
Where is the hospital?
Herewa sia heta ospitalha?

There is a fly in my soup.
Hereta sia aa lyfa nia yma oupsa.

I would like twenty beers, what about you guys?
Ia ouldwa ikele wentyta eersba, hatwa boutaa ouya uysga?

Do you have this size in ribbed and pre-lubed version, with cherry flavor?
Oda ouya aveha hista izesa nia ibbedra ndaa repa-ubedla ersionva, ithwa herryca lavorfa?
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Old 09-11-2004, 12:43 AM   #15501
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Hoopla! You got me with that one!
Sow, I see your venturing down to Brooklands this weekend, weather permitting I'll see you there.

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Old 09-11-2004, 01:06 AM   #15502
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You don't know pig latin?
Not so hard to learn... Probably the easiest language of all.

General:
Hello
Elloha

Bye
Yeba

RC related:
I love my Serpent seven-ten
Ia ovela yma Erpentsa evensa-enta

I like bling-bling hop-ups.
Ia ikela lingba-lingba opha-psua.

OUCH! I drove my car into my foot again!
UCHOA! Ia roveda yma arca ntoia yma oofta gainaa!

Good to know when on vacation:
Where is the hospital?
Herewa sia heta ospitalha?

There is a fly in my soup.
Hereta sia aa lyfa nia yma oupsa.

I would like twenty beers, what about you guys?
Ia ouldwa ikele wentyta eersba, hatwa boutaa ouya uysga?

Do you have this size in ribbed and pre-lubed version, with cherry flavor?
Oda ouya aveha hista izesa nia ibbedra ndaa repa-ubedla ersionva, ithwa herryca lavorfa?

icenay! exceptway, ordsway atthay eginbay ithway owelsvay areway okenspay andway implysay appenedway ithway "way". alsoway otenay atthay ordsway ikelay "this" orway, "choose", orway "should" areway anslatedtray "isthay, oosechay, andway ouldshay", espectivelyray. (otnay histay, hoosecay, orway houldsay) - ethay efixingpray oundsay ovesmay ogethertay. igday?

igpay atinlay isway ymay ativenay anguagelay.
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Old 09-11-2004, 01:15 AM   #15503
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it's 3am and i have a races tomorrow and i have a question. i am setting everything up and i just installed new dogbones (driveshafts) all around. now... last time i checked, i thought that when you did not put connect the shocks on the rear arms, the rear of hte chassis would bottom out (ergo, the rear of my chassis should be touching my hudy board when the rear shocks are not attached).

however, with the rear shocks detatched, the rear is 1mm above my hudy board... is this correct behaviour? note rear tires are 65mm

always something!
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Old 09-11-2004, 04:39 AM   #15504
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icenay! exceptway, ordsway atthay eginbay ithway owelsvay areway okenspay andway implysay appenedway ithway "way". alsoway otenay atthay ordsway ikelay "this" orway, "choose", orway "should" areway anslatedtray "isthay, oosechay, andway ouldshay", espectivelyray. (otnay histay, hoosecay, orway houldsay) - ethay efixingpray oundsay ovesmay ogethertay. igday?

igpay atinlay isway ymay ativenay anguagelay.
I guess we speak different dialects! I understand yours, but it's sometimes hard to follow.
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Old 09-11-2004, 04:56 AM   #15505
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You don't know pig latin?
Not so hard to learn... Probably the easiest language of all.

General:
Hello
Elloha

Bye
Yeba

RC related:
I love my Serpent seven-ten
Ia ovela yma Erpentsa evensa-enta

I like bling-bling hop-ups.
Ia ikela lingba-lingba opha-psua.

OUCH! I drove my car into my foot again!
UCHOA! Ia roveda yma arca ntoia yma oofta gainaa!

Good to know when on vacation:
Where is the hospital?
Herewa sia heta ospitalha?

There is a fly in my soup.
Hereta sia aa lyfa nia yma oupsa.

I would like twenty beers, what about you guys?
Ia ouldwa ikele wentyta eersba, hatwa boutaa ouya uysga?

Do you have this size in ribbed and pre-lubed version, with cherry flavor?
Oda ouya aveha hista izesa nia ibbedra ndaa repa-ubedla ersionva, ithwa herryca lavorfa?

Ganga! ahta gipsa altina?

Acutally, I think its easy to learn ... for a young guy like you. For me, I can't even learn my home track yet!
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Old 09-11-2004, 04:58 AM   #15506
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Sow, I see your venturing down to Brooklands this weekend, weather permitting I'll see you there.

Mark
Ah you'll be there? Brilliant!! Looking forward to meeting you. We'll be arriving there before 9 or 8:30 hopefully.
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icenay! exceptway, ordsway atthay eginbay ithway owelsvay areway okenspay andway implysay appenedway ithway "way". alsoway otenay atthay ordsway ikelay "this" orway, "choose", orway "should" areway anslatedtray "isthay, oosechay, andway ouldshay", espectivelyray. (otnay histay, hoosecay, orway houldsay) - ethay efixingpray oundsay ovesmay ogethertay. igday?

igpay atinlay isway ymay ativenay anguagelay.
Sounds like an Aussie saying "have a very nice day" .... Gudday!
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it's 3am and i have a races tomorrow and i have a question. i am setting everything up and i just installed new dogbones (driveshafts) all around. now... last time i checked, i thought that when you did not put connect the shocks on the rear arms, the rear of hte chassis would bottom out (ergo, the rear of my chassis should be touching my hudy board when the rear shocks are not attached).

however, with the rear shocks detatched, the rear is 1mm above my hudy board... is this correct behaviour? note rear tires are 65mm

always something!
When 1mm above the Hudy board, do your dogbones have lateral play or do they bind? If you have a very narrow trackwidth (~194 or less) in the rear or put fuel tubing in the axles (for whatever reason), the dogbones will bind when compressing the suspension that much.
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Sounds like an Aussie saying "have a very nice day" .... Gudday!

I think you'll find that's Gidday.
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Old 09-11-2004, 05:42 AM   #15510
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It's actually Gidday
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