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Old 05-18-2006, 07:27 AM   #4231
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The 1.22's will be posted today!!!
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Old 05-18-2006, 05:59 PM   #4232
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Hi Erika and gang. Been buried with work lately and haven't really had a chance to say hi. "HI!"

I got my packs today. Thank you for taking care of the order as I will be putting them to very good use

Tomorrow we leave for the Proline Maxx Challenge to race some monster trucks...offroad's going to be a learning experience and a lot of fun since I won't have to turn over my own car haha lol.

Next weekend's the Reedy Race and my car's ready to go, just needs a little setup work and finish painting a Mazda 6 body. Yup you heard right, I picked up an airbrush and "tried" to paint my TRF scheme (emphasis on "tried").

Also, I returned that blue motorcycle to the dealership and got another one Click Me :P

Once again, thank you Promatch for the race packs.
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Old 05-19-2006, 02:38 PM   #4233
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Good Luck Rod....Monster Trucks are a blast...be there doen that,LOL. Nice ride also...How brave have you gotten?
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Old 05-23-2006, 12:04 PM   #4234
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rtypec- yellow is definately more your color

Anyone picked up the latest R/C Car Action!! Readers Choice Awards and you guys put us in 3rd Place!!! THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!! What an awesome place to be!!!
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Old 05-23-2006, 12:08 PM   #4235
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I just got the magazine, so I haven't got to check it out yet...

Congrats! (but we all know it should have been higher)
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Old 05-23-2006, 06:19 PM   #4236
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Wow i didn't even realize that pmr had it own thread on rctech what a way to keep myself in the dark

Erika- I'm still waiting on a flier for the T-weed to get to guys talk about dragging feet
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Old 05-24-2006, 04:41 AM   #4237
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Great!!!!! Congrats to Jeff,Erika, and the Pro Match gang!!!!!
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Old 06-05-2006, 04:46 AM   #4238
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Jeez, where is everyone????
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Old 06-09-2006, 08:08 PM   #4239
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Erika, my cells arrived today and all I can say is ....thanks!!! WOW, 1.26's with 540 secs of runtime, these things are gonna be ballistic! You guys are amazing!!


Seriously though, the packs actually did arrive today and thanks for everything. C'mon.....1.26's...that was pretty funny
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What, you mean you areN'T running 1.26's yet?
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Old 06-12-2006, 09:06 PM   #4242
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naw next were gonna see 5500's with 1.5+ voltage
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IF I am going not use my batteries for a couple months (all IB3800's) how should I store them???????
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IF I am going not use my batteries for a couple months (all IB3800's) how should I store them???????
I would store them with at least a partial charge

promatch recommends a soft cycle before you race them again
"Soft Cycle" by charging the pack at 4 AMPS for about 10 minutes and then immediately discharge the pack at a high rate (20 to 30 AMPS) to .9 Volts per cell or 5.4 Volts for a 6 cell or 3.6 Volts for a 4 cell pack. Follow this by equalizing the pack using a discharge/equalization tray. (We recommend the Tekin Battery Doctor 8.0). As soon as the lights go out on the tray, fully charge the pack at 5-6 AMPS.
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I would store them with at least a partial charge

promatch recommends a soft cycle before you race them again
"Soft Cycle" by charging the pack at 4 AMPS for about 10 minutes and then immediately discharge the pack at a high rate (20 to 30 AMPS) to .9 Volts per cell or 5.4 Volts for a 6 cell or 3.6 Volts for a 4 cell pack. Follow this by equalizing the pack using a discharge/equalization tray. (We recommend the Tekin Battery Doctor 8.0). As soon as the lights go out on the tray, fully charge the pack at 5-6 AMPS.

Thanks for the info.
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