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Old 07-06-2005, 12:09 PM   #4141
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Sweet run, JH. Wait till you see the power of the 3700s... sick...... you're going to go even faster, longer...
wait till the new powerbank for the unit comes in....
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Old 07-06-2005, 04:44 PM   #4142
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What motor brushes are you suppling with the monterstock based motors? I picked one up in NYC when I was holiday there all i can say is it most powerful stock motor I've have had the pleasure in owning. It help my driving come on a long way.

Also who is supplying surge equipment in the uk?

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Old 07-07-2005, 05:59 AM   #4143
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What motor brushes are you suppling with the monterstock based motors? I picked one up in NYC when I was holiday there all i can say is it most powerful stock motor I've have had the pleasure in owning. It help my driving come on a long way.

Also who is supplying surge equipment in the uk?

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I belive it is the integy M3002 brushes but I'm not for sure. Gary or Mike will have to confirm that.
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Old 07-07-2005, 06:59 AM   #4144
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cheers far as i known the integy m3002 brushes are the same as reedy 767's according to Big Jim's site
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Old 07-07-2005, 10:04 AM   #4145
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we use all different types of brushes, 4499s, m3002, XXX, and now the X-pattern..

glad to hear you liked the motor, mike always likes hearing that.
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Old 07-08-2005, 03:21 AM   #4146
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Gary, were you able to get a body? Hope to see you sunday. The forecast is bad for today but it should be nice by sunday. Hope so. See you then.....WAYNE
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Gary, were you able to get a body? Hope to see you sunday. The forecast is bad for today but it should be nice by sunday. Hope so. See you then.....WAYNE
Going to try and pickup a body today, but don't think I'll be making it out tomorrow, have another track I've been asked to visit... 2 more weeks!
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Old 07-11-2005, 12:24 PM   #4148
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gary, do you guys carry stick pack battery i went to look at the website and it does'nt give me an option for stick pack assemble. i need one for my TAMIYA F201 the class is getting big here in cali.
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gary, and those 3700 at the website are they 35 amp discharge?
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gary, and those 3700 at the website are they 35 amp discharge?
Tony,
The 3700's are all 35a discharge.
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The 3700's are all 35a discharge.
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Old 07-11-2005, 06:21 PM   #4152
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cheers far as i known the integy m3002 brushes are the same as reedy 767's according to Big Jim's site
In my experience, they perform very similar, and differ mainly in that the 767 seems to confom to a smaller comm faster then the m3002 does (Deeper serration).
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Gary,
Any plans on going to the Colliseum in Maryland for there race on the 20th?
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Hobbytown Frederick Maryland is proud to announce the 2005 Indoor Asphalt Sedan Challenge............
We are holding this event on Aug. 20th 2005 our track is 100'x46'
Smooth Asphalt with 5"x5" fence post cover barriers. 2005 J.LAP System, Plenty of room for all, in house soda machine, 2 bathrooms, stocked hobbyshop, nearby food and lodging.
The best part of all is,we are indoors! No hot sun on your back and a constant track temp. We will be awarding door prizes from several companys.

Here is all the details for it.
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KT, are you going to Maryland this weekend. Just trying to find out if the rest of us will have a chance to win this weekend. Good luck, and bring back some Hobbybucks. Rump
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