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Old 11-09-2010, 04:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Maybell
I am really enjoying this onroad group!....We can finally give eachother some jabs without all kinds of hurt feelings!

Tub, any special requests....
Life has gotten a lot easier since you came out of the closet, I have to admit...
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But before buying please look up the Trinity branded one as to keep the RC industry going! I'm sure they have it in a cool bottle with a cool name. Brian might know! LOL
I've lost track of where this was going, but there was a bottle of "Hot Bodies Oil" floating around the pits on Sat.
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Originally Posted by jeff jenkins
i know what you mean and if you are going to race a "no timing " class i would figure people would be smart enough to not use one of those esc's.
but even if it is not on the list and it has a profile that has no timing you should be good, list or no list. just have proof that it has a profile with no timing.
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Originally Posted by Wes Briscoe
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Jake wants to play with rotors; personally I say let him. If there comes a time were you are smoking everyone the polite thing to do is to stop.....
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Thats cool Wes, thanks for explaining the Roar Tech procedure, not many people get to go to the Nats so it is a huge benefit to everyone that will be going to the carpet nats right down the road at TimeZone II in March.

Nah, I don't want to play with tuning rotors because it is a "slippery slope" if people start straying from the rules... way too subjective to determine if it is a person ( knowingly or unknowingly ) using an un approved motor or rotor ) or just carrying more speed so it looks like a person is not within the rules ( knowingly or unknowingly ). Also, I don't really want to spend the money on every tuning rotor under the sun, which ultimately forces others to make the same purchase if they want to keep up with the "Jones-es". I think it is a bigger can of worms allowing more options. I just thought that these motors aren't really designed for 1S and almost require a tuning rotor... but if everyone has the same equipment to work with.... it shouldn't matter. Anyway, thats the way I see it

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Originally Posted by Maybell
I am really enjoying this onroad group!....We can finally give eachother some jabs without all kinds of hurt feelings!

Tub, any special requests....

Motor spray, Black can paragon, Diff lube, whatever the hot 1/12th scale body is, body clips, rear axle bearings for a 12r5, Bearing blaster?.

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Originally Posted by RcHammer
Motor spray, Black can paragon, Diff lube, whatever the hot 1/12th scale body is, body clips, rear axle bearings for a 12r5, Bearing blaster?.

Erik
Gotcha covered on everything, save the bearings and bearing blaster....bearings will be back in soon, sorry!
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Originally Posted by Wes Briscoe
Life has gotten a lot easier since you came out of the closet, I have to admit...
The last I checked his FB profile said he was interested in Men...
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All charged up, all I gotta do is cut some rears.

I'm gunning for BQ tomorrow. Watch out!
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Originally Posted by Maybell
Gotcha covered on everything, save the bearings and bearing blaster....bearings will be back in soon, sorry!
Seany think you can grab me a black 1/12 servo saver and a 75t spur (or whatever tiny ass spur you guys run for 13.5...)? Thanks bra
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Originally Posted by mini-dub
Seany think you can grab me a black 1/12 servo saver and a 75t spur (or whatever tiny ass spur you guys run for 13.5...)? Thanks bra
I found a 76 you can have, though it's not a Kimburough so you'll run the risk of your car sounding like Korey's chainsaw. But its yours if you want it.
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Originally Posted by Slapmaster6000
I've lost track of where this was going, but there was a bottle of "Hot Bodies Oil" floating around the pits on Sat.
Now thats funny!!
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http://www.rctech.net/forum/8187242-post110.html

So if that's not good enough then it remains true that:

Originally Posted by jubilee
Haters gonna hate.
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Originally Posted by peter_robinson
I found a 76 you can have, though it's not a Kimburough so you'll run the risk of your car sounding like Korey's chainsaw. But its yours if you want it.
Dude... I know you were jealous :P
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Originally Posted by corallyman
Peter could beat most of us if we made him use a second servo and a wiper speed resister.


Steve
As the above statement is defintaly true in my case.. I have to ask... would that be roar approved??


Steve... cmon out and race... It will be just like back in the 80's at raceway hobbies! you talkin smack at me.. and me pullin over to get outta your way...


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Hey Guys, Have a few things I would like to sell tonight at the Hanger.

LTC-R body standard weight NIP $20

Personal transponder $60
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