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Old 08-25-2005, 01:41 PM   #406
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Old 08-25-2005, 01:49 PM   #407
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#EFS-2324: Binary-Based stock (4 magnet) drill balanced for the UK market

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What tag is on those arms "EPIC27" or "EPSTK27" ??
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TeamMuchMore: Yes my order will be in on Friday. I will drop off to you as soon as I get through the border (Customs)

Todd , Thanks , we will be in touch soon.


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The tags on the armatures of the 4mag binary motor is the EPSTK27.
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Jesse!!!! whats up man?

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Old 08-26-2005, 07:41 AM   #411
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The tags on the armatures of the 4mag binary motor is the EPSTK27.

Yes I know on a normal 4 mag epoxy balanced arm the tag is EPSTK27, but Todd says his are drill balanced. I wasnt sure if he was just taking the epoxy off and rebalancing or if this was a completely different arm with a different tag. When it comes to stock motors I am pretty obsessive compulsive, I have to know all the peticulars cause people call me all the time for tech issues.
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Old 08-26-2005, 07:55 AM   #412
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Thumbs up WOW!!!

Let me just say that I ran my Putnam Ti Mod for the first time last night....WOW!!! What an unbelievable Power Plant! Todd...I was sold on your 19 Turn motors and don't know why it took me so long to try a Mod but from this point forward I won't run anything else!!! I'm running a Point Series with Stan Kulas right now and he is an unbelievable spokesperson for your product and the one that ultimately convinced me to try one of your mods. Thanks for the horsepower!!!!
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Old 08-26-2005, 11:40 AM   #413
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Todd-Are you still interested in supporting the Triple Threat Point series? Shoot me a PM if you are.

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erock: There are 2 versions of the quad mag stock. epoxy and drill balanced. We have to have a drill balanced version as well since epoxy balancing isn't legal in the UK. They are primarily used for overseas accounts, therefore you probably haven't seen them here in the states.

Glowster: Glad it worked for you...
Stan does a great job for us. The on-track exposure he delivered for us at the ROAR On-Road Carpet Nats was priceless...He and Matt Francis were swapping the lead back and forth on the IFMAR clock for the better part of a heat, when finally Matt blurted,"Who in the heck is Stan Kulas!?!" We all busted up laughing!!! I guess he wasn't used to battling for the lead with a name he didn't recognize...

Mike: call me at the shop M-F, 9-5 EST with dates and details...
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Hey Todd, two very odd questions for you.

Have you ever wound a 70 turn motor or something really high for a 12v motor lathe?

What do you use to store and carry motors?




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Doug: I have wound a 65 turn for one lathe, and a 55 turn for the other here at the shop. Both work well for being hooked directly to a 12V power supply.
AS for cases, I carry my motors and batteries in the black, foam-lined cases that many people offer now. Mine are ancient GM cases. I can fit 10-12 of these in a larger, waterproof case to transport back and forth from the tracks. They have been "airline proof" so far, without any damage to date...
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Old 08-29-2005, 12:21 PM   #417
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Hey Todd,

I was wondering, what's the biggest Cannon you've ever fired, and how broken down was the canoe it was in?
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Charlie: The biggest cannon I ever fired will surely sink my canoe...and yours, too... Remember Pearl Harbor?!? lol
Hey, give me a call when you get a chance. I have a driver you may be interested in. I started to talk to you about it at the Offroad nats, and we we got sidetracked...

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Old 08-31-2005, 02:37 PM   #419
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Did you get the email with the Fall Classic Race flyer?

Keep me posted on the door prizes.

Thanks,
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Eric:
I forwarded the flyer to Melissa.
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