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Old 10-07-2003, 07:10 PM   #571
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Thumbs up Thanks guys

Thanks guys, another record breaking day! must of shipped over a hundred packs and my arms are sore from packing and taping. All orders were shipped out and goodies included. If this continues, we'll have FEDEX send an empty truck here on standby. Boy! those last minutes orders were a drill. Had to run back and forth just to meet deadline. Those last minute guys knows who you are right!

From the whole Fukuyama Racing Crew, we say "Thank you!".

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P.S. Guys expecting me down at Socal, I'd like to apologize and can't make it tonight. I hope you guys do well and see you next week. I'm on my way to HobbyVision in good ol' Las Vegas.
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Old 10-07-2003, 07:15 PM   #572
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David:

how can i set it to .08 if the range is .003 to .02V?
its the Integy 16x9 version 6 *(the newone that just came out)
what do u think?
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Old 10-07-2003, 07:18 PM   #573
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Maj. what do you mean by sending out extra goodiers w/ the packs??? i'm wondering whats the cost for packs like if you got different price ranges, and if so what are they??? it sounds like you're just getting started and doing well, and good luck! Also thanx in advanced.
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David:

how can i set it to .08 if the range is .003 to .02V?
its the Integy 16x9 version 6 *(the newone that just came out)
what do u think?
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Old 10-07-2003, 08:18 PM   #575
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Maj. what do you mean by sending out extra goodiers w/ the packs??? i'm wondering whats the cost for packs like if you got different price ranges, and if so what are they??? it sounds like you're just getting started and doing well, and good luck! Also thanx in advanced.
JoshR 85 - you can find out all that information and more at www.fukuyamaracing.com

Let us know if you have any other questions.

Everyone, keep up the good results! Glad you all are happy with your cells and placing addition orders! Daniel's working like mad over there.
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Old 10-07-2003, 08:23 PM   #576
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thanks John for the site, i didn't know what the site was. and again good luck w/ the company.
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Old 10-07-2003, 08:33 PM   #577
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HeY!!!

John do you still have 1.17+ packs left??? and when will you ship out next??? also do you know about how long they last like lifetime???
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Do the deans pro bar 3.0 fit the gp's. I usually use smc gold bars, but they are out of stock and my lhs only has the 3.0 bars.
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They should fit without a problem.

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Old 10-07-2003, 10:30 PM   #580
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MEasure the resistance with a meter across any battery bar, they are all going to be exactly the same.. almost nil. Just get whichever is the prettiest
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Old 10-07-2003, 10:33 PM   #581
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Yours is in the mail and should arrive today. Have you checked you mail box yet? LOL.. I meant the real box and not your email box...

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Old 10-07-2003, 10:37 PM   #582
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I usually use smc gold bars, but they are out of stock
kthobbies.com has the SMC silvers in stock, in multiple package sizes.
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Old 10-08-2003, 04:28 AM   #583
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Gporta77,
My mistake, .008 per cell. I use .005 because they don't need to get that hot for me. I adjust the delta peak to make the batteries come out at about 130*. some shoot for 140, and others say 115. The warmer ones perform better for me.

Deans Bars,

I use 2.0 OR 3.0, I just flatten one end out and use it on the + so the batteries fit better.

First 1/12 race of the season This Friday!! Last 1/10 parking lot race this sunday.

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Do the deans pro bar 3.0 fit the gp's. I usually use smc gold bars, but they are out of stock and my lhs only has the 3.0 bars.
The pro bar 3's are OK but have a higher profile than the 2's if your belts/shaft run really close to the cells you may have problems. I would go for the pro bar 2's SMC's or Orion 'bones' for GP3300's
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John do you still have 1.17+ packs left??? and when will you ship out next??? also do you know about how long they last like lifetime???
JoshR 85 - Give Daniel a call at 626-442-6683 and he'll be able to help you out.

Lifetime of cells is based on how you maintain them (charge/discharge/race/peaking). There is no specific time frame. If you maintain them well you'll see a long life with great punch!
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