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Old 05-05-2010, 09:35 PM   #61
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Why, are you going to drive like DJ? j/k Danny
Hey hey bossman be nice lol
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@ Speedypeterb are you Peter Breton?
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yes I am
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Old 05-06-2010, 07:13 AM   #64
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You are right, I will in the future keep all the kidding and jokes at the track. We all know each other here in Florida but not everyone on this forum knows this so it does come off a little harsh at times. Sorry DJ
I guess that was a little funny!! Good for a laugh anyways...

Later Peter,

See you in a couple of weeks,

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It is good to laugh, here's one for you, Tino thanked me for the use of my transponder. I told him your welcome but was sorry that my Lap times did not go with it!!!!!
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Old 05-07-2010, 06:34 AM   #67
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Nice, Tino needs to make sure next time to specify he wants the lap time also.

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Congrats to Brian Thomas for the TQ at the Kamikaze Invitational. This shows the the body is not only good for small tracks and that it works in every chassis
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The body post markings are for which chassis ?
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They are based on the the 733 and Nt1. Just center your front wheels with the front wheel wells and u should be fine
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I heard somewhere that the cut lines on the wing was 5mm too low. Any truth to this?
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I heard somewhere that the cut lines on the wing was 5mm too low. Any truth to this?
Not sure about 5mm but on Xceed site it says cut it higher than the line.
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I wish I had that info 4 bodies ago. Any suggestions on how to fix this since they are already trimmed
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I wish I had that info 4 bodies ago. Any suggestions on how to fix this since they are already trimmed
Put washers under the wing to raise it up.
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Put washers under the wing to raise it up.
Yes...I've just cut out, coloured and test this body. I used the original cut line for the wing but it was very very under the roof-height.
I think you could try to cut it 3/4mm higher than the line.

Normally I use the second hole on the body post (using the NT1) but shifted to the third because the grip was simply not enaugh with the wing cutted on the line.

Ps: for quietstorm..raise the hole post is better than putting shims under the wing because it also incline it and make it more efficient (more surface is touched by the air)
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