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Old 01-19-2003, 12:56 AM   #1711
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I wrote it several years ago,when i still a newbie.I used Delphi to create it.Maybe i should do another JAVA version.

But!Do you have time when you stay at the track?Don't lie to me.The playing time is already not enough,how can you take out your Palm?Haha....It's a joke....
that's true. never enough track time!!!!

Normally I finish 1.5 litre of fuel a day average and my engine still feel thirsty for more fuel.
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Old 01-19-2003, 01:03 AM   #1712
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Haha.....Your engine has a big appetite.....

Most of my track time were tuning engine for other guys.....
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Old 01-19-2003, 01:04 AM   #1713
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Haha.....Your engine has a big appetite.....

Most of my track time were tuning engine for other guys.....
no no, my RC desire is high !

how come you stay with your PC today? no track time?
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Old 01-19-2003, 01:08 AM   #1714
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Weep....

Because the Chinese New Year is coming.....I have to stay at home and clean up my house.....
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Old 01-19-2003, 01:22 AM   #1715
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Corse-R, your mail box has full !!
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Old 01-19-2003, 06:05 AM   #1716
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Is anyone in the states selling an aluminum cross brace (the one that goes over the clutchbell)?
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Old 01-19-2003, 07:30 AM   #1717
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Is anyone in the states selling an aluminum cross brace (the one that goes over the clutchbell)?
Tommy

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Old 01-19-2003, 08:23 AM   #1718
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Anthony,

You got PM
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Old 01-19-2003, 08:58 AM   #1719
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You got PM
You got PM and you are going to beat me up badly !
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Old 01-19-2003, 11:13 AM   #1720
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I am still driving my V1RR, and my serpents.
V1R do not have any overdrive if i remember correctly but the RR does..
let the guys here post about their stuff and their findings
and let not tread into their space.
anyway i read about you posting about Kyosho Drivers using serpent 2speed.... That is not possible at all......someone is pulling your leg on this
I dont want to start an argument here. But can I ask why you think it is impossible?
We run Serpent Gearboxes and Centax clutches on our Yokomos. Its only a matter of machining a new shaft and altering it to accept a Serpent gearbox. I'm sure the same can be done with the V1RR.

As for the MTX3. It definately will be the car to beat. Thats why I'm currently modding my Yokomo to the same rear suspension layout and lay down steering system.
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Old 01-19-2003, 11:21 AM   #1721
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I think Smithy even made a shaft where a Neo 2sp and the Neo centax could be used.

Thanks

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I dont want to start an argument here. But can I ask why you think it is impossible?
We run Serpent Gearboxes and Centax clutches on our Yokomos. Its only a matter of machining a new shaft and altering it to accept a Serpent gearbox. I'm sure the same can be done with the V1RR.

As for the MTX3. It definately will be the car to beat. Thats why I'm currently modding my Yokomo to the same rear suspension layout and lay down steering system.

so why not just buy a Mugen?? instead of copying? as surely if your Yokomo sponsered they won't be happy you are not runing a standard car??
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Old 01-19-2003, 02:41 PM   #1723
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so why not just buy a Mugen?? instead of copying? as surely if your Yokomo sponsered they won't be happy you are not runing a standard car??
Then... if Manti get a Mugen sponsorship for sure that they p*ss a lot (his car is really loaded of aftermarket parts)

Cartman: what about your racing with your Rubber MTX3? don't wanna to swap to foam series?

BTW: Have any info regarding Reedy Intl 2003? I readed somewhere that is hosted on England another time (which track? and if possible post some info about the track). This year planning to be 'very busy' with my MTX (but my Gfriend is nodding about...)
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Then... if Manti get a Mugen sponsorship for sure that they p*ss a lot (his car is really loaded of aftermarket parts)


Cartman: what about your racing with your Rubber MTX3? don't wanna to swap to foam series?

BTW: Have any info regarding Reedy Intl 2003? I readed somewhere that is hosted on England another time (which track? and if possible post some info about the track). This year planning to be 'very busy' with my MTX (but my Gfriend is nodding about...)

lol hop ups are ok but i meant altering as another car!!
The rubber class is the biggest class in the uk. thats why i run in it, along with Craig Drescher and other top UK drivers
I not sure which track its at and as yet have no not even heard about it?
keep and eye out here
http://www.rcracechat.co.uk/ubbthrea...a0db6403d174e0
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lol hop ups are ok but i meant altering as another car!!
The rubber class is the biggest class in the uk. thats why i run in it, along with Craig Drescher and other top UK drivers
I not sure which track its at and as yet have no not even heard about it?
keep and eye out here


Heard something about east london but not sure..... I see that you're spreading now on rcracechat

2002 Edition was here, at Madrid, but many people don't come here to race, basically was another round of our Nats...
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