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Old 11-07-2005, 11:12 PM   #1216
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Old 11-07-2005, 11:25 PM   #1217
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Trinitard !!!!



Ha ! Ha ! Ha !

Now, that is gona stick for a long time ....
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Old 11-07-2005, 11:29 PM   #1218
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will the DC XXX-Cobalt UL arm fit the checkpoint can?

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Yup, no problem.....


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Old 11-07-2005, 11:31 PM   #1219
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Man, this is better than the "Young and the Restless"

Motors, batteries, brushes and springs, that’ll cost ya, but the entertainment is free




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Old 11-07-2005, 11:33 PM   #1220
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Ya, we'll be shipping our DC Checkpoint motors around December 1st….Replacement armatures and batteries, NO PROBLEM, got'em... Actually matching up more IB cells as we speak, and well, they're SICK ....I think I'm going to change our motto from Faster-IS-Better to Got Voltage!!!


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Curtis, All I can say is wow !!! Ran one of your current 19T quad mags at our local two day races and it ripped. Had some help from Korey.H out here in the NW with fine tuning and man the whole motto Faster-Is-Better was true to the word.

Can't wait to see what else DC is going to have to offer. Looking forward to the winter indoor season now. . . .

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Old 11-07-2005, 11:47 PM   #1221
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Curtis, All I can say is wow !!! Ran one of your current 19T quad mags at our local two day races and it ripped. Had some help from Korey.H out here in the NW with fine tuning and man the whole motto Faster-Is-Better was true to the word.

Can't wait to see what else DC is going to have to offer. Looking forward to the winter indoor season now. . . .

Thanks.

Ahhhh see, another satisfied customer who bought a motor from his local hobby shop .....Glad you liked the motor X, let me know if you have any questions....Thanks for the support.


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Old 11-07-2005, 11:49 PM   #1222
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I think the only other person he didnt out motor was the other DC 19T I tuned
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Old 11-07-2005, 11:53 PM   #1223
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Ahhhh see, another satisfied customer who bought a motor from his local hobby shop .....Glad you liked the motor X, let me know if you have any questions....Thanks for the support.


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Just wondering when the release date for the new 19T and Stock motors will be. . . Wanna show the NW what DC has to offer.

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Old 11-08-2005, 12:47 AM   #1224
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Just wondering when the release date for the new 19T and Stock motors will be. . . Wanna show the NW what DC has to offer.

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Were shooting for mid December/Early 06..... Be patient, they'll be here eventually


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Old 11-08-2005, 01:09 AM   #1225
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Hi Curtis

Very entertaining stuff, obviously a few sore spots been touched recently. You build quality stuff and I am sure your customers will remain loyal to you.
Keep up the good work.

Hows my order I can see you have been busy with other distractions, can you let me know. #169

Beat them on the track!
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If all the measurements are taken before the cell has anything done to it then how, at a race, can you tech the size of the batteries? Seams to me that you could use batteries that are bigger then the rules as long as the cells sent in for approval meet the requirement.

ROAR needs to get some sample cells from IB, GP, Sanyo , Grepow/IP and any other cell manufacturer who wants to submit cells and then they measure them. Then they can cycle the cells on a TM4 and see how much the cells expand. IB and GP cells are 43mm or below and the Grepow/IP cells are above prior to cycling that is a fact. We have gotten samples from Grepow and they were above the 43mm prior to cycling. We informed them that if they want us to buy and carry there cells they need to be 43mm or smaller and they informed us that they will not change the cell length at this time.


If ROAR decides to allow 44mm cells i'm sure that IB will retool the 3800 and offer it in a 44mm can and GP will most likely do the same. So ROAR will have to allow revised IB and GP cells to be fair.

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Curtis, YGPM.

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Old 11-08-2005, 06:12 AM   #1229
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How did I screw you Curtis? The only thing I knew about your situation was could you get better terms which I granted you......I was not at Trinity since Feb due to health issues and this resulted in open heart surgery.......I have just returned to work after an eight month hiatus.....

You right....I dont understand.....how you are being so righteous here. All I am asking you to do is paid "UNPAID INVOICES".........I cannot accept 80% on the dollar.....I am not a credit card company Curtis.....

Curtis....the next time (which will probably be the first time) you WIN A MAJOR RACE or a WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP.....then talk to me about quality.....not the stock class or 19T where your big involvement was changing brushes on a motor we designed......yeah....you are a real BIG MAN......
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Very entertaining stuff, obviously a few sore spots been touched recently. You build quality stuff and I am sure your customers will remain loyal to you.
Keep up the good work.

Hows my order I can see you have been busy with other distractions, can you let me know. #169

Beat them on the track!

bjspinner: Sorry for not getting back to you sooner, got a bit distracted yesterday… Anyways your order has been sent out boss, enjoy….


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