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Old 04-25-2006, 05:20 PM   #2851
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for the second year in a row, Team Brood Drivers snag the tops spots in the NW Indoor on-road championship series. 6 race series with 4 counting.

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1. Peter Robinson Xray/Br00d (4xTQ, 3x Win)
2. Travis Schreven Xray/ Brood (1xTQ, 1x Win)
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Old 04-25-2006, 05:23 PM   #2852
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i was wondering what the best setup is for the co27 for stock rubber and is anyone from brood going to the stock rubber tire nationals at trackside.
we will not be attending.
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Old 04-25-2006, 07:21 PM   #2853
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who is the dealer in sanfrancisco area? thanks kindly pm it to me
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Old 04-26-2006, 01:36 AM   #2854
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Can you tell me the best way to treat my Br00d batteries?

I have the ProMod IB4200 and am racing Mod Touring. I have always had issues with runtime.
If you could tell me :-
Charge rate,
Cut off mV for the pack,
Discharge cut off per cell.

Also I use a Spintec battman, is this ok for these cells?
Finally, should I put a charge in for storage?

Just want to get this right as I have used GP in the past and have heard some horror stories from the IB cell.
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Old 04-26-2006, 02:05 AM   #2855
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this is what we recomend....

store batts at .9 per cell....when you go to charge them put them on a tray...we use the integy zero thirty...then charge at 6.0, when your done with your run discharge them at 35 amps down to 5.4, store till next charge and repeat cycle...

as for the spintec, the IB cells DO NOT like them....they do weird things to the cell

usually use a .03 cutoff

hope that helped..
im sure peter will chime in when he gets into the shop
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Old 04-26-2006, 04:51 AM   #2856
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Peter
is my replacement sendid?
order 1170 to holland?
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Old 04-26-2006, 05:07 AM   #2857
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Erm...
Helps a bit, your saying store them at 5.4v then re-tray them to 0.9v before charging?
How do you discharge at 35A to 5.4v?

Wasn't it like 4am across the pond when you replied??

Thanks.
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Old 04-26-2006, 11:39 AM   #2858
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hmm....yea it was pretty late....i really dont sleep much

peter is next to me....i will tell him to explain it better, in my head it sounds right
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Old 04-26-2006, 11:51 AM   #2859
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charge @ 6.0A with a .02-.03 cutoff

discharge after your run to 5.4v (for the pack, this works out to 0.9v per cell)

before you charge, put the pack on a tray (we use the Integy Zero-Thirty tray) until the lights just go out, or start to dim.

then charge em up again, remember that the second cycle of the day will be faster, the pack will feel more powerful. just allow for about 2hrs in between cycles.
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charge @ 6.0A with a .02-.03 cutoff

discharge after your run to 5.4v (for the pack, this works out to 0.9v per cell)

before you charge, put the pack on a tray (we use the Integy Zero-Thirty tray) until the lights just go out, or start to dim.

then charge em up again, remember that the second cycle of the day will be faster, the pack will feel more powerful. just allow for about 2hrs in between cycles.
very true
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thats what i was trying to get at....

i suck at words
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Old 04-26-2006, 01:09 PM   #2862
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for all customers that previously tried to order center-cut arms, and had a little trouble with the drop-down menus, they are supposedly a little more clear now.

we are also now offering the comm-heatsink available (as an add-on, such as center cut) on all our modified arms. you can check these out on the website.
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Old 04-26-2006, 03:13 PM   #2863
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Have you guys seen my mails regarding order #1027...????
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yep, 1027 on its way tomorrow.
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for all customers that previously tried to order center-cut arms, and had a little trouble with the drop-down menus, they are supposedly a little more clear now.

we are also now offering the comm-heatsink available (as an add-on, such as center cut) on all our modified arms. you can check these out on the website.
The comm-heatsink didn't show up as an option for center-cut arms only on complete mod motors. Are they available for center-cut arms ?
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