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Old 01-04-2005, 11:08 PM   #61
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"Man lets see how they work on the Track, put them in and RUN!!!!"

Finally, someone that makes sense.
can I bring my DAUGHTER
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Old 01-04-2005, 11:08 PM   #62
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Tony's Packs are top notch. I've run them for several years. He's a great guy to deal with too. He just gives it you straight with no BS.

I'm hoping to get my hands on some of his new t-plates as well. I've heard good things from Wayne about them. I know if Tony is selling them that they will be killer.

Thanks for all the help Tony.

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I store my batts in the house not in the garage because its not heated. THEY DONT LIKE COLD AT ALL!!!! KIND OF THE REVERSE OF NICADS!
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Pony -
Why is that? I've heard to keep the batts as cool as possible at all times.
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Old 01-05-2005, 02:33 PM   #65
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Cool is the key word but not cold. If they are to cold the act weird
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IN THE OLD DAYS we used to take coolers to the track for whipporwill i bought small apartment refrigerators to store 100 or more packs in to keep them cool the old 1700 scrc cells liked this but im finding out the quick way (its fun to do r/d again i like blowing stuff up!) the gp cells like to be at a good ambient tempature im taking a cheap heating pad and laying the cells in them to just let them open up a little the dont like taking a charge when cold like left in the car all week then taking them to the track fridaynight Thats not good. also make sure your role over is low like .03 max then .01 for repeak let set for 180 to 240 sec before repeak on cycle . as i find out more il let you know thanks and if i can be of any assistance please dont hessitate to ask!
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Got 2 packs for my 1/12th scale at the Halloween Classic this year. My car was REALLY lacking in voltage - was trying to race with practice packs

The Power Push packs I got from Tony absolutely rocked! I had more voltage and runtime than I've ever had. I'll be back for more soon...
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DOES ANY BODY have any big races coming up?
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I have been running Power Push cells for ever. Lately I have been doing alot of 18th scale racing with the BRP V2 chassis. Using Tony's GP 1100 batteries in stock is the ticket. The power from the cell are far better then anyone else I have seen.
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There is a Michigan state race on the weekend of Feb 27th and there is also a race at Platinum Hobbies in Columbus, dont know how big either will be, but both are trophy races.
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I LOVE YOUR avatar THAT IS COOL..

Where and how ?

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Old 01-05-2005, 09:34 PM   #72
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Tony: hey, how's it going....?

Got your Christmas email and fired one back at ya....
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TONY waite till ya seethe faceplate hes making for me it s a piece of art!
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Jan. 22nd-23rd is the first race of the FSEARA season. Race will be at Speedline Hobbies in Tampa (same place as the On-Road Nats later this year). This is the 25th anniversary of FSEARA (Florida State Electric Auto Racing Association). Should be a good turnout 125-150 racers....and of course the Snowbirds in 30 days!
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pony klr: I will add the new Power Push logo also
Wait till you see it in person. A jpg doesn't do it justice.
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