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Old 03-17-2004, 12:56 PM   #4216
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If you want to eat health, just kill the carbs after lunch That is how I lost most of my weight.

East more protein, chicken, fish, meat. Forget the soup, but the salad is good, dressing on the side, they put way to much on.
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Old 03-17-2004, 01:47 PM   #4217
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Good job John!
The Fuku powered XRAY makes a great combination

I will be racing on outdoor asphalt also from now on.

Only one big indoor race, the LRP Masters 2004, left. But that will be a real big one with 170 entries and all the world class racers there. (Groskamp, Splashett, Hara, Surikarn and so on)

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Hey guys, final point standings are in from my Trinity ORL winter carpet racing series! Points can be seen here....maybe you'll recognize a lot of racers in these events.

http://www.outlawracingleague.com/0304ORL2points.html

Fukuyama racing power pushed me into the top 10 of both the touring stock class and mod 1/12th class.

I ended up #9 in stock touring out of 108 entrys!

I ended up tied for #6 in mod 1/12th out of 31 entrys. I was running ripping 12 and 11 doubles with Fukuyma cells was such a show...I was by far one of the fastest on the track each race.

Though I didn't place in the top 3 in points to receive a trophy, I still had a blast each race and Fukuyama cells never let me down at all! Big props go out to Daniel, Jimmy and his staff for being so supportive and being such great friends with me. Being in the top 3 next year will be my goal!

Now it's on to outdoor asphalt courses. I can't wait to be back in the fresh air again.

Cheers, and happy racing!

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Old 03-17-2004, 02:22 PM   #4218
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Their italian sausage soup if very good as well...best of all..soup and salad is all you can eat...
Exactly... 5 bucks gets you FULL!
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Old 03-17-2004, 02:23 PM   #4219
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If you want to eat health, just kill the carbs after lunch That is how I lost most of my weight.

East more protein, chicken, fish, meat. Forget the soup, but the salad is good, dressing on the side, they put way to much on.
wolfe! u running hollywood sports this sunday?
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Old 03-17-2004, 03:40 PM   #4220
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Hollywood sports already got their track going?!?
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Old 03-17-2004, 03:54 PM   #4221
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Hollywood sports already got their track going?!?
I think there running that same parking lot as the t4t re race.. brushed concrete ... just make sure your ride height it up there ..should be a fun race ..!!!hope all will make the race..
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I think there running that same parking lot as the t4t re race.. brushed concrete ... just make sure your ride height it up there ..should be a fun race ..!!!hope all will make the race..
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Hollywood sports already got their track going?!?
not sure what we'll be racing on. i think mb racer is right. charlie_b said they'll be repaved in a few weeks. so maybe by the time the next race rolls around it'll be fresh new fine grain asphalt!

mb.. you racing on sunday?
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Old 03-17-2004, 04:31 PM   #4223
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i just bought an LRP pulsar comp charger, and i cant charge my batts!
when i press charge, it waits a few seconds, then beeps, and goes back to the main menu
it's not polarity or bad connection, because if i do that it comes up with "battery failure" message.

i can charge my old stickpacks, but when i try to charge my new fukuyama packs, it just beeps at me and spits me back to the main menu

does anyone know what this might be?
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not sure what we'll be racing on. i think mb racer is right. charlie_b said they'll be repaved in a few weeks. so maybe by the time the next race rolls around it'll be fresh new fine grain asphalt!

mb.. you racing on sunday?
should if my daughtors arent swiming that week end .. there schedule isnt up yet ...
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I heard that they would be repaving with concrete, but supposed to be a smoother surface. I'm just surprized they got it done so fast.
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i just bought an LRP pulsar comp charger, and i cant charge my batts!
when i press charge, it waits a few seconds, then beeps, and goes back to the main menu
it's not polarity or bad connection, because if i do that it comes up with "battery failure" message.

i can charge my old stickpacks, but when i try to charge my new fukuyama packs, it just beeps at me and spits me back to the main menu

does anyone know what this might be?
Have you tried charging them on another charger? Also, I did this once with my LRP, make sure you've got it on Charge, not discharge. I drove myself nuts for about ten minutes with that once.
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Old 03-17-2004, 04:53 PM   #4227
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Where is Hollywood sports at?
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Have you tried charging them on another charger? Also, I did this once with my LRP, make sure you've got it on Charge, not discharge. I drove myself nuts for about ten minutes with that once.
that's why i prefer chargers that only do the charging job and do it right
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Other than the one time I wasn't paying attention, that's the only snag I've ever had with that charger.
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yeah ive got it nutted out now

i put a minute of charge in them with my old ionic, and now they work fine.

i think they were just "too flat" or something... go figure
maybe i shouldnt discharge them, and let them cool for 8 hours
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