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Old 04-29-2004, 03:42 AM   #9136
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What does BoA stand for, Bank of Athens?
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Yes it is
Oh, I see, You dont trust them... They have to follow the bank Code, and also I suppose I dont leave a lot of money in that account, I have a credit card for that, gives better interest. And another credit card for online purchases. I only use the account for all my payments and for all my transactions as it is cheaper.
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Old 04-29-2004, 04:34 AM   #9139
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Should be Bank of Serpent not BoA
Uhmm ... maybe you're right!
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Like D, I was using the force
That's passe !
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Old 04-29-2004, 04:50 AM   #9141
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"heads I win and tails you loose"
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Old 04-29-2004, 04:51 AM   #9142
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Seem to remember being recommended to buy one from someone else
Oophs... Well, I was still ignorant then !

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How would the tweak be truer? If I'm going to do the lifting method, then any tweak will reveal itself within that process. Using the MIP would surely just mean that I'm closer to having no tweak when I start off?
The lifting method would also be truer if you check tweak in the rear when you suspend the front chassis with a fixed block.

It will be "truer" in the sense that the front suspension will not affect the rear suspension and thus screwing it up. What may seem to be incorrect tweak in the rear will be made correct because of the front suspension.

Hasn't Dark Lord Julius not mention this to you already?
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Myself and D are here at this time, too but D is probably having his after-lunch sleep at the moment
zzzzt... Just woke up !
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Old 04-29-2004, 04:53 AM   #9144
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Dee does nothing - you guessed rightly, he is a dream researcher. Of course he plots constantly the overthrow of the world - but sleep and 710 always get between him and his world domination plan


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Me? I'm fine this morning - feel good after my ride into work.
Riding to work in the cold is torture and you say it's fine? What's wrong with you? What are you made of?
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Old 04-29-2004, 04:54 AM   #9145
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How often do you guys rebuild your shocks i seem to be doing this before every race meet?
Voodo, I guess it all depends on how often you drive your car, how rough the driving as well as the track is and how good you want your car set-up to be.

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i have one shock on the rear which always seems to be softer that the rest if i leave for a week or so i have checked it for leaks and the little holes on the piston seem to be the same as the others is this usuall?
Of course its not usual but are you using the losi shock tool to determine that it IS "softer" than the others?

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P.S For 'D' i have run the new rear diff now for about 4 tanks and it has fallen to bits! it started with the 3 pins that hold the adjuster to the diff coming out all at one then diff moves from side to side because it seems to thin! Going back to the standard "No frills" diff maybe a bit rougher to turn but at least i know it will do the job!
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Also I can get one hours training in with the bike through the forest, which helps wake me up
That's sic !

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Work: mobile phone design - sw side.
Hey, you should design one up for the controller... A Tx come mobile phone come digicam would be excellent !

Instead of having a Nokia or an Ericsson, imagine having Futaba, KO or Sanwa mobile phones !
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zzzzt... Just woke up !

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How often do you guys rebuild your shocks i seem to be doing this before every race meet? i have one shock on the rear which always seems to be softer that the rest if i leave for a week or so i have checked it for leaks and the little holes on the piston seem to be the same as the others is this usuall?
If the race meet is very important, yes I rebuild them. Like PSI Racing, I check if they perform satisfactory. When you compress them, they should not sound as if they have bubbles in them.

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P.S For 'D' i have run the new rear diff now for about 4 tanks and it has fallen to bits! it started with the 3 pins that hold the adjuster to the diff coming out all at one then diff moves from side to side because it seems to thin! Going back to the standard "No frills" diff maybe a bit rougher to turn but at least i know it will do the job!
Ummm, thanks for the valuable feedback. I don't think I've seen anybody here using it yet...
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D and me are at the same time zone...now is 1:42pm 29 April 2004...still stuck in the office and still not yet lunch. and D already sleeping ....lucky guy.
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Old 04-29-2004, 04:58 AM   #9150
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SER802136 Aluminum Radio Plate Bracket
SER802155 Aluminum Middle Shaft Bracket
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Thanks ! Where did you get the info from? Have they already trickled into the LHS yet? Will be looking forward to seeing them.
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