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Old 02-08-2006, 02:21 PM   #22981
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The guys that do help you, are already excellent drivers, and don't need to proof that........
Well Bro, that's all the proof I need to know that I must be an excellent driver If you started helping a bit more, Bro, you could maybe reach my level, too
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Old 02-08-2006, 02:22 PM   #22982
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Yeah, including me!
Do I have to make a comment here?
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Old 02-09-2006, 01:33 AM   #22983
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Well Bro, that's all the proof I need to know that I must be an excellent driver If you started helping a bit more, Bro, you could maybe reach my level, too
There are those that know, then there are those who think they know and yet again there are those who don't know that they just don't know. With that I rest my case when it comes to my Bro but should he need an interpretaion, I point him to ask a certain Secretary of Defense.
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Old 02-09-2006, 01:34 AM   #22984
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Do I have to make a comment here?
Errmm .. NO!
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Old 02-09-2006, 01:46 AM   #22985
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Yes, I saw the list and it looks more like an ANZAC club race!

No, I think the factory drivers are keeping their respective secret weapons close to their chest.
I'd like your club races. At my track there are only 4 of us running 1/10 gas and 2 of the guys are national champs since we offer Saloon and Group C/Can Am. It will be the biggest meeting for gas that I've ever attended.

I wish there were some factory drivers. that was my main reason for going
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Old 02-09-2006, 03:24 AM   #22986
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Gday guys
Have been using the rear gear diff for 3 rounds at my local track and have noticed slight leakage of diff oil coming out of both rear drives. iam using 20000 silicone oil. i have pulled apart and all looks ok with oring and washer in place. Any advice would be much helpfull.
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Old 02-09-2006, 04:32 AM   #22987
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I put some mugen super grease in the three o ring, no leak whatsoever after more than 20 run. I'm using mugen 30000w diff oil.
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Old 02-09-2006, 07:13 AM   #22988
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There are those that know, then there are those who think they know and yet again there are those who don't know that they just don't know. With that I rest my case when it comes to my Bro but should he need an interpretaion, I point him to ask a certain Secretary of Defense.

As we say here in the states, "those who can't do, teach." That describes me. My knowledge far exceeds my ability and I don't know very much.
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Old 02-18-2006, 06:20 AM   #22989
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I just bought the new serpent shocks 67.5 lenght for front & 74.0 for rear but with 60 size tyres on the front can't get the right ride hight has anyone come across this problem CHEERS!!
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I'd like your club races. At my track there are only 4 of us running 1/10 gas and 2 of the guys are national champs since we offer Saloon and Group C/Can Am. It will be the biggest meeting for gas that I've ever attended.
Its OK Greg, at least you've got a group going. If Mt Taranaki is the backdrop to your track then its even better!

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I just bought the new serpent shocks 67.5 lenght for front & 74.0 for rear but with 60 size tyres on the front can't get the right ride hight has anyone come across this problem CHEERS!!
I don't seem to have any problem. Why won't it go down? Is the collar all the way up? Are you using the right springs?
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Also, please check your droop screws.
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As we say here in the states, "those who can't do, teach." That describes me. My knowledge far exceeds my ability and I don't know very much.
I've heard something similar too ...
"Those who can, DO,
Those who can't, TEACH and,
Those who can't teach, they become Managers!"

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The droop is fine it is the shock body thread runs out
and the collar won't go down any further.
I have found when i put the rear springs on the front it is not a problem because the spring is longer.
Is that what you guys do and what shock lengths do you guys run.
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what`s the ride height you wanted?
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