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Old 12-12-2004, 08:08 PM   #5746
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sweet ray,8x1,damn dude,thats too much motor for me i will take out anything in my path at that speed.my 10x2 is as low as i can handle.glad to see you and chicky burning with the chassis dude.
Eric Chambers dialed me in on some radio settings that helped a lot and I also just slow the car down-hit the apex then go-I am not a fast mod driver! I just try and run tight and clean. I figure start tight and slow and clean and then hopefully the speed will naturally come as I get used to the whole mod motor feel...... Man its a blast!!!
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Old 12-13-2004, 04:19 PM   #5747
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protc3- i take it, its you Jason.... I am just curious if you got my emails?
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Old 12-13-2004, 04:20 PM   #5748
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A few quick questions for the BMI guys,
On the Xray chassis, does it have a slot where you can move the batteries forward on the left side?
Are the slots beveled already?
Which is better, the split chassis, or the side by side chassis for carpet racing?
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Old 12-13-2004, 04:31 PM   #5749
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They make a split cell chassis and the side by side. I used the split cell this past weekend in Dallas, but it was a little harder to setup. Next time I will be using the side by side chassis. The split cell had just a insane amount of steering. I got most of it dialed out but not until the last race of the day lol
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Old 12-13-2004, 04:33 PM   #5750
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I noticed. I was there. I had the ugly blue car in the expert stock class.
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Old 12-13-2004, 04:36 PM   #5751
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It was really good on saturday, but when traction came up sunday it was a handful. I think I'm gonna go back to the side by side. Little easier to setup, just as fast.
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so, where the battery slots beveled when you got the chassis?
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Old 12-13-2004, 04:42 PM   #5753
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Yep, very trick.
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They make a split cell chassis and the side by side. I used the split cell this past weekend in Dallas, but it was a little harder to setup. Next time I will be using the side by side chassis. The split cell had just a insane amount of steering. I got most of it dialed out but not until the last race of the day lol
hey-bud-cool deal-now that I am running mod-I am thinking of rebuilding a split cell and leave my 350 for 19t and stock.


As far as when traction comes-up e-mail me and I'll give you some tips if you want them.


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Ray, could I get the tips also?
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Old 12-13-2004, 05:30 PM   #5756
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Jason, you didn't try and spell any big words in Christmas lights, did you???? j/k
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dude,a straight line was hard enough.
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screw the lights, ride the 4-wheeler!!






(oh no, does your wife read these threads?? Next time she might hang up on me. )
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Whats up jason, Ive been really busy with work after cleveland. i just want to let you guys know, the BMI 350 chassis finished second in the A main at the US Indoor Champs in stock. The chassis was awesome. I just want to thank u for the help and support. Awesome product. Now that i have some free time ill do the stickers up and send them to u by the end of the week. Thanks again jason, talk to u lata
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Post ButterCuffs V 1.1

I hear that there might be a Buttercuffs edition coming soon!

BMI X-RAY.......D-I-A-L-E-D!!
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