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Old 07-13-2004, 02:17 PM   #1726
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Nice paint Rod...who did it?
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Old 07-13-2004, 02:35 PM   #1727
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Edit: Yodace, I don't consider myself a pro/factory driver but people have used my discharger before.

Does this look factory to you?


Nice paint and graphics...

What discharger are u talk'n about?
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Chris, I never had to zap my batteries to wake them up. This is with an LRP charger.

Edit: Yodace, I don't consider myself a pro/factory driver but people have used my discharger before.

Does this look factory to you?
rod.. you dont happen to have an original of that photo do you? id like to upload it to frank's website with your permission?

as for the batts mine were on the tray for a whole week.
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Old 07-13-2004, 03:14 PM   #1729
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What discharger are u talk'n about?
I am referring to the Integy discharger
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Old 07-14-2004, 08:34 AM   #1730
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Old 07-14-2004, 09:09 AM   #1731
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Yo,sup Chill...where you been? I haven't seen on AIM lately.
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Old 07-14-2004, 02:39 PM   #1732
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I'm on there off and on. Not like I use to. I'm actually doing some work these days. Like 50+ hours a week now. No off day during the week anymore.
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sorry to hear that,LOL

You coming down this weekend? We need to run 19t...
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Hi,

Can anyone tell me what units the IR is stated in and how that figure is calculated? My cells are around 2.3, but 2.3 what? And without knowing how it's arrived at it doesn't mean too much.

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sorry to hear that,LOL

You coming down this weekend? We need to run 19t...
Not sure. I had to put my truck in the shop for the fisrt time in 5 years. Well second time but this time is going to cost.
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EWWW,that sucks. Hope it isn't too bad.
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I am afraid I can't help you there. I know it is Actual Internal Resistence. I would imagine that the best person to ask on how it is calculated would be Competition Electronics. They actaully came up with it and it is now the industry standard for IR which is the actual internal resistence number(AIR) number. Of course the lower the number the better. Give Jim at Competition Electronics a call, I am sure he will explain the process behind the number. 815-874-8001

Hope that helps somewhat...
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Old 07-15-2004, 08:21 AM   #1738
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Rod and I made it here to the nats. Great racing surface, flat with elevation changes and an occasional bump. Nice hotel, still looking for TeamButter, not sure what he looks like though. More practice today with qualifiers tomorrow.
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Crimsom: The units are milli ohms. It is calculated by delta voltage divided by delta amperage. About 2 minutes in to the discharge, the amperage is lowered and the readings are made, then the amperage is returned to the programed rate.
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Rod and I made it here to the nats. Great racing surface, flat with elevation changes and an occasional bump. Nice hotel, still looking for TeamButter, not sure what he looks like though. More practice today with qualifiers tomorrow.
Here is a picture of the infamous Butter!!!
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