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Old 03-26-2004, 09:25 PM   #2221
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32nd wtg there are some very fast guys there!!
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Old 03-26-2004, 09:30 PM   #2222
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nice run ray,looks like your really doing good being that you came across a few problems buddy.good luck tommorow bro.did you get your stuff i sent you?let me know how the xray runs buddy.
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Thank you-I am giving it my all....
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Old 03-27-2004, 01:32 AM   #2224
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Keep it up Ray, Good luck.

Have heard nothing but raves about the new BMI Pro4. Those that seen it say it is a work of art. Looks like Jason gets another A+ and we get another choice for an awesome chassis.

I cant see getting any better than my BMI TC3. But a BMI X Ray with the short arm setup is looking kind of tempting.
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Old 03-27-2004, 06:21 AM   #2225
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are you running the BMI TC3 at the nats...wasn't sure what car you were driving since i think you have them all LOL



does the BMI car retain the AE motor clamp?
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sorry
I didn't know it probably cause of all the tax b.s in the uk it not worth their time....
I can understand as well
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does the BMI car retain the AE motor clamp?
no it's a whole new design it has two angeled stots for motor screws so you loos the cam and the mount


ray did you have to add weight to meet regulations or wa the car good as is


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no it's a whole new design it has two angeled stots for motor screws so you loos the cam and the mount
can someone post close-up views on this feature...

thanks.
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Old 03-27-2004, 08:18 AM   #2229
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hope this helps
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hope this helps
maybe it's just me...

i don't understand how you set gear mesh on the BMI without the motor cam to rotate.
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you loosen the two motor screws and it slides up and down in the grooves you set the mesh and tighten the twon screws down

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I didnt think I would like the motor mount when I first put it together. But after using it at the track it works awesome its just as easy to adjust and eliminates the cam. Its nice not to have the cam in the way when rebuilding motors.
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i agree totaly making changes is so much easier to do and quicker

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Nexus the motor mount on the BMI is like the HPI Pro4 one or the Barracuda one but the end cut off so you can slide the motor out the side with the screws still in...hope this helps
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ray.

are you running the BMI TC3 at the nats...wasn't sure what car you were driving since i think you have them all
BMI eTC3 is 50.2 oz every run-no added weight!! Just a Munno Graphics Parma Alpha body, sitting over a EAM motorsports tuned motor w/ Putnam propulsion brushes and SMC batteries. hahaha!!!

I didnt reach my goals anf for that I am sad. I ended up 41st in Sedan. I missed the D by a point or two. But-Oh well!!! Bring on the Halloween Classic in October!!!

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