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Old 01-06-2005, 11:47 AM   #76
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Ground Round, I love the avatar ....... Tomlinson would be proud of ya!

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Old 01-06-2005, 12:41 PM   #77
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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...
Told ya Blake!!!!
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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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Old 01-06-2005, 07:05 PM   #79
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I have been running Power Push cells since the early days when they started matching. Over the years I have been able to take several national championships using power push cells in both stock and modified road and oval. They are awsome And Tony is always there to help with any technical issues.
I have been running the BRP 1/18th SC18V2 car with the new 1,100 GP cells and what a differance.
One thing to remember Power Push uses there own matching system not the same stuff everone else uses. The way I look at that is You have a advantage over all the others because it's different.
Power Push A+++++
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HOLY CRAP THIS IS LIKE A FRECKIN FAMILY REUNION DUUUUUUDE

what is going on!Bud so glad to here from you ! Bud your still my hero! when are we going with slim to a velodrome il be the pitman again!
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Old 01-06-2005, 10:14 PM   #81
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Pony what logo???

pony how did you run tonight?

I can't believe all that is coming out of the wood work.
McBride called me the other day You called and ordered then Tony Stapes orderd 6 cell and 4 cell Bud called and need 4- 4 cell packs > I think im in a time warp<

All I need is Dave Heckler & Andy Dobson to call order some packs
and ill go crazy....

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Old 01-06-2005, 10:21 PM   #82
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Good to see the Bud Man posting. Bud, you were the main reason I got serious about Oval racing back in the 80's. I saw you just set the Whip on fire in '87, and I was hooked.

Tony C., keep up the good work. The 4 cell packs rocked on the SoCal oval Tuesday night. Nothing like feelin' "The Push" again. I can't wait for the Encino Velodrome in February.

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Old 01-07-2005, 03:41 AM   #83
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I have a question for you. The lowest cutoff that my LRP charger will go to is .05mv. Will I end up hurting my cells in the future by using the LRP. Should I look into getting a GFX or something else?

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Dave and Tony,

Correct me if I'm wrong here, but the settings on a CE GFX and a LRP charger read different.
.05 cut off on a GFX = 50 mv on a LRP.
Not .05 on a LRP.
Your LRP should be fine.
The cut off setting for a LRP would be 10 mv or 20 mv at the highest for GP 3300's.
That would give you a .01 or .02 reading on a GFX.
If I didn't explain this correct, feel free to chime in.

Slim, Maybe Mr. Blackstock can help clear this issue.

Talk to you soon.
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Old 01-07-2005, 06:25 AM   #84
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TONY car ran well firt time driving in like 6 years the bsr tires were great and the batteries were unbeliveble the owner says to me hey we dont run 6 cell stock here ! but i was only running 4!!!!!
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Old 01-07-2005, 06:32 AM   #85
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check this out!
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thats a nice faceplate. who created it? was it tres leonard?
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that thing is ausome!!!!!!!
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i thought it looked like one of your jobs. what do u get pricewize for one of those type designs? i have t35 stealth version.
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Drop me an email, I don't want to take over Tony's thread.....

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