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Old 01-20-2004, 05:52 PM   #1261
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Thanks protc3, I'll see if that's what's causing it. If that's it, I may start taping my packs in.
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Old 01-20-2004, 05:52 PM   #1262
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hah he hes been doing alot of chassis work i think he needs a break
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Old 01-20-2004, 05:54 PM   #1263
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i got one you can "check out" stock and Xenon
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Old 01-20-2004, 06:14 PM   #1264
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Tim XLB if you can eat a bucket of Quaker Steak and Lube Atomic Wings, I suggest you check with your doctor as there is something wrong with your insides!!!!!! Man I like hot food and these were killer Some of the youngstirs tossed there crackers after trying them We had the Buell and the V-rod that won the Easyriders Dyno/Drag shootout on disply. It was out west the week before and ended up taking the BIG TROPHY home with it. That Buell was sold as soon as I unloaded it !!!!!!!!!Sean's teamate Gary also bought one... I may be the first tech to win the SALESMAN of the month award.
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Old 01-20-2004, 06:39 PM   #1265
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Yeah Tony, I will make sure that you get credit for the sale.

Tim, I can attest to the hotness of those wings, I did not even eat one and they made my eyes water. I also saw Tony sweat from eating 1 wing, I do beleive that is a first.
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Old 01-20-2004, 06:41 PM   #1266
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hey tony,gary bought one too?
those things are wheelie animals.i have a yellow s1 lightning.those things are a blast
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Old 01-20-2004, 08:52 PM   #1268
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Old 01-20-2004, 10:24 PM   #1269
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Hi everyone:

I got a night off...... no parts (well I did work a 8 hr shift)

Tmunno/moveitorloseit:

I have some every thanksgiving when we go to Cleveland to race.
it started out as a dare and it went from there. as for eating hot stuff I worked with a few people that made salsa that would make you pass out (I know I did). I do sweat a fair amount but I do eat close to a bucket. the trick is NOT to get to much on your lips. Mini had just a little bite and it did him in.
as for my insides they are all shot anyhow. too many bad things when I was younger
on the list of people who have eaten the most atomic wings I'm ranked 5th as of this past thanksgiving....gottta work on that.
I wish I was short enough to ride a Buell. we have a dealership in Grand Radips close to where I work. as we make parts for the Harley Davidson motors they always bring a couple into the shop for us to drool on. I work with a guy who has a polished VRod he uses it mostly for show but when he does ride it I wait for him to get off work just so I can hear it run. sounds too cool.

Losi XXXs vs's a B.M.I. TC3:

Mini ran a XXXs for a litttle while last year.(mostly because peeps were saying they suck on carpet) we had it running as fast as our TC3 for most of the indoor season. they are a easy car to drive, and after comparing lap times from track to track (we run some of the same layoputs every year) the B.M.I. has been faster by about .05 to.07 a lap. the stiffer chassis of the B.M.I. has made the TC3 easier to drive (for Mini anyways) and has brought more TQ's this season than without the chassis.
he even TQed brushless the first time out this past weekend.........only to be broke by a few back markers

Jason:

Just send everything together as it looking like I will be working both days this weekend F.S. has almost doubled this weeks orders. and we are out of parts.

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im hoping it will make me faster, still looking for that tq
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Digital Servo

I have an original R1 radio (yes, w/that big'ol screen, I wish it got satellite TV). Is there any benifit to purchasing a digital servo for my tc3?
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Old 01-21-2004, 12:03 PM   #1273
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Well if you have a Reg Servo Like one of those 15$ Servo a digital is definetly a plus. got my lap times about 1 sec+ what it does is It has a better power like it will take turns Very fast And Much better. Also it has Metal Gears which means its very hard to mess one up. a really good servo which i run is a futaba 9450 which they have a later version for about $130. but theres cheaper i thin airtronics 757 is cheaper and is great. Its well worth the money.
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So the fact that my radio is a little aged, means there is no incompatability issues. I guess I wasn't sure if that ment it needed a digital signal from the radio/receiver. (I currently have a bb, metal geared servo from Hi-tech) I'm not extreamly happy with the hightech as there seems to be (has always been) some slop in the arm movement. I think I paid around $56.00 for it.
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Old 01-21-2004, 12:14 PM   #1275
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radio issues i dunno about R1 I Really cant tell you nothin on the radio. But I Will Go digital I think its a Must have At least a hish speed Servo.
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