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Old 10-18-2004, 12:22 PM   #5821
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Best wishes John!

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Old 10-18-2004, 05:10 PM   #5822
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John, no looking up local RC tracks on your honeymoon. I got the evil eye for that one while we were in Vegas for ours I just mentioned that I'd love to come here and race sometime and I'd like to see what tracks are around and her head snapped around so fast.
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Old 10-19-2004, 06:46 AM   #5823
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LOL Jon - I don't think they're too many RC tracks on the Island of St Lucia. I could be wrong though....maybe my Mini-T might be packed
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Old 10-19-2004, 07:10 AM   #5824
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Charging loose GP's that haven't been matched by Fukuyama Racing might cause overheating and venting. I would drop down to 5 amps for those and a .03 peak detect.

LosiRob and Grizzbob, Good Job!!

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Thanks for that info Good thing i did that only once.

Congratulations on your wedding!
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Old 10-19-2004, 10:59 AM   #5825
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LOL Jon - I don't think they're too many RC tracks on the Island of St Lucia. I could be wrong though....maybe my Mini-T might be packed
I'd be carefull, that may be dangerous!
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I agree...and too much sand. I think I'll leave the Mini-T home. To many other things to do.
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Old 10-21-2004, 02:23 AM   #5827
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Hi guys, ive just discovered fukuyama batteries and the mako 27 turn stock motor. They are awesome i dont know why i havnt used them before.The best i have ever had. I wont be using any other brand, Cheers, John
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Hi guys, ive just discovered fukuyama batteries and the mako 27 turn stock motor. They are awesome i dont know why i havnt used them before.The best i have ever had. I wont be using any other brand, Cheers, John
Glad you like them, good luck in your racing
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Hi guys, ive just discovered fukuyama batteries and the mako 27 turn stock motor. They are awesome i dont know why i havnt used them before.The best i have ever had. I wont be using any other brand, Cheers, John
Glad to hear you've discovered the best batts in the business. Let us know if you have any questions.
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actually kinda boring. With no family, house, pets, or other "household" responsibilities there's not alot to fill your day with, unless you like getting drunk 24/7.
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Just got my LRP Pulsar Comp 2 today and was wondering what i should charge my Fukuyama's at?

6A, 50mv, linear?

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Just got my LRP Pulsar Comp 2 today and was wondering what i should charge my Fukuyama's at?

6A, 50mv, linear?

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definitely linear, and on all chargers you use the same setting as those settings are measured in standard units, which are not suppose to be different from charger to charger
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definitely linear, and on all chargers you use the same setting as those settings are measured in standard units, which are not suppose to be different from charger to charger
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