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Old 10-21-2003, 04:47 PM   #961
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bubbles...

Since you're only stones throw away from Fukuyama HQ..don't worry it will get to you soon.
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Old 10-21-2003, 05:09 PM   #962
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Take in a deep breath and relax....

Ok, I am calm now.
rz: accually they are in the 626 area code(which is further north than I am), where as I am in the 949 area code(not that the further north the lesser the number, but they are in El Monte, east ward...?). Trust me, if I threw a stone in their direction, I would proabally break a window
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Jon, you mean that FedEx will be later to my neighborhood, rather than to an office type of building...?
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Old 10-21-2003, 05:22 PM   #963
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Yeah, usually their trucks do their commercial stuff first then do the residential. At lease the terminal down here seems to do it that way. The few times I've had FedEx come to my house, they got there around 6:00 or so.

Hey Dan, can you get him a tracking number, he's driving us nuts! You know I'm just kidding Bubbles
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WAHOOOOOOOOOO!

Just as I posted last someone knocked at the door, guess who?...
FedEx!!!!!!!!!

YAY
YAY
YAY
YIPPIE!!!!!!!
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Old 10-21-2003, 05:26 PM   #965
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doesn't fed-ex send everything to the main hub in Atlanta to get sorted out and back to LA..
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Old 10-21-2003, 05:27 PM   #966
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WAHOOOOOOOOOO!

Just as I posted last someone knocked at the door, guess who?...
FedEx!!!!!!!!!

YAY
YAY
YAY
YIPPIE!!!!!!!
I'd be hoping for something blond.
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Old 10-21-2003, 05:31 PM   #967
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I'd be hoping for something blond.
HUH?
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Old 10-21-2003, 05:51 PM   #968
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Lol i think rc zombies was hoping for an attractive blonde to ring his bell.
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Probably wouldn't be blonde once he's unwrapped the parcel though

Hey Fukuyama guys, HAT Racing is still waiting for an email
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i just got my packs also

the stupid custom didn't show any respect when they "examine" the batteries, they just ripped the box open

they only know how to pick on small citizens but never work on the serious stuff, what a waste of tax

hopefully they didn't ruin my batteries
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Lol i think rc zombies was hoping for an attractive blonde to ring his bell.
Uhh...
WHAT the heck?
He thinks that I am a girl?
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i just got my packs also

the stupid custom didn't show any respect when they "examine" the batteries, they just ripped the box open

they only know how to pick on small citizens but never work on the serious stuff, what a waste of tax

hopefully they didn't ruin my batteries
They had to examine your batteries?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

OH, never mind, I forgot to look at your "location", you are out of the US, that is why...
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Ok, on the website it says to charge at 50mV per pack...
On my millennium charger it has the option of 48mV, or 54mV...
Recentley while running at SoCal I have been charging my GP's at 30mV per pack...
Have I been very far off with this, or is this not a big deal?



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Uhh...
WHAT the heck?
He thinks that I am a girl?
they pretty much examine all the rc stuff i order no matter where the stuffs were from

then they charge me a fee for taxing me


but the good thing is i get some good number cells
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Ok, on the website it says to charge at 50mV per pack...
On my millennium charger it has the option of 48mV, or 54mV...
Recentley while running at SoCal I have been charging my GP's at 30mV per pack...
Have I been very far off with this, or is this not a big deal?



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I'm kind of confused too. If .5 per cell, isn't it suppose to be 30mv, since 5x6(cells) = 30. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
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