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Old 05-19-2008, 09:41 AM
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Hey guys the thread is for question about Muchmore products and information on new upand comming products our Team Driver will also give there input n=and answer any questions you might have about our product.

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The sweep tire you show, are there different versions of the tire? The tires we are going to use for the paved nats are not anything close to a low profile tire. They do not fit into the Much More tire warmer cups. The airgap in the nats tire is huge.
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The sweep tire you show, are there different versions of the tire? The tires we are going to use for the paved nats are not anything close to a low profile tire. They do not fit into the Much More tire warmer cups. The airgap in the nats tire is huge.
The Tires listed are for carpet and not asphalt. Use the large type cans for the tire warmers for the sweep asphalt tires.

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Originally Posted by gijoe64 View Post
The Tires listed are for carpet and not asphalt. Use the large type cans for the tire warmers for the sweep asphalt tires.

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The tires for the nats do not fit in the Type L cans. I have both the tires and the type L warmers.

The label is in the picture form the tires. Are these the same?
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Hey Ray,

Still waiting on my pit light that we talked about.


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Originally Posted by dodgeguy View Post
The tires for the nats do not fit in the Type L cans. I have both the tires and the type L warmers.

The label is in the picture form the tires. Are these the same?
I am looking into this, Try MMRC2265 Tire Cookers they will fit.

http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...H=tire+cookers

I will pass this onto Muchmore Korea, I am checking the pre-glued Sweeps I will give you an answer tomorrow.
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Hey Ray,

Still waiting on my pit light that we talked about.


LOL
I'LL Give you a Light LOL!! How about a sticker to go on your pit light LOL
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Originally Posted by gijoe64 View Post
I am looking into this, Try MMRC2265 Tire Cookers they will fit.

http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...H=tire+cookers

I will pass this onto Muchmore Korea, I am checking the pre-glued Sweeps I will give you an answer tomorrow.
Sorry but those deffently do not work. It took 3 guys to get the tires out of them. A fellow racer tried using those at the race with the same tire.

I wonder if we have a batch of bad tires for the nats.
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I don't think so They will be using the same tires at the World and they used them at the pre-worlds at the TITC.

Let me get an answer from Ryan Lee and get back to you.
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Just checked out tires, cookers and L-Type Cans will get back to you as soon as I get them on my desk! I just e-mailed MMR Korea and they are checking into it.
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Hey guys, I wanted to shoot you some pics of the new Cell Equalizer coming out from Muchmore. Sorry about the bad quality, but you'll get the gist of it.

It will discharge up to six cells down to .9v at a max rate of 3amps. What is really nice is that it is nice and small and doesn't use any outside powersource like some other units.

I've been testing it on my Trinity IB4600's and it has helped keep them in great condition. If you are using NIMH batteries this is definately a tool you should try.

It should be available somtime this summer!!



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These are the pre-mounted Sweep Tires pre-glued and I am using the tire cooker to see if they get stuck and I could get them out very easley. I can see using a paper towel and it can get tight but they did not get stuck. If you use the L Type (Large Can) you should not have a problem. Muchmore should get back with me about this but I don't see a problem unless you use the small can.
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hey all: Will the muchmore 1b4600 be avallible from muchmoreusa or only in asia? Thanks
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To add to what I just said I did not heat up the cups, and they should expand alittle but no enough to make them stuck so that you can't get them out, even with a paper towel. But I will make sure that we get a answer for you and solve your problem.
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