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Old 05-04-2010, 12:32 AM   #401
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Ihave 4 of them there handwound 35t motors worth every penny
John Holmes said to advance the timing a little for longer life, your (or anyone elses) thoughts on that?
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Old 05-04-2010, 07:46 AM   #402
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John Holmes said to advance the timing a little for longer life, your (or anyone elses) thoughts on that?
It sounds good in theory and who better to listen to.
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Old 05-04-2010, 08:55 AM   #403
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I think it has something to do with less arcing on the comm. I was just wondering if any of you had played with the timing on motors.

All I know about it is:

more advance timing=more RPM's, less torque

less advance timing or 0 degrees= less RPM's, more torque

Somewhere in the middle theres a "sweet spot" for best all-around performance. I'll have to test that out .
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Old 05-06-2010, 07:21 PM   #404
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John Holmes said to advance the timing a little for longer life, your (or anyone elses) thoughts on that?
Wasn't John Holmes a porn star? He would know about a different type of timing...( MONEY SHOT!!!)

Here is a slide show of the ranchero....

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Looks good stinkyy, Looks like ALOT of work too....

What motor is in there again? (I know you told me but I forgot)
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The new AXIAL IS A MOA!!!!
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there is pics of it in the newest RCCA issue, BIG BALLER posted them in the chit chat section
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there is pics of it in the newest RCCA issue, BIG BALLER posted them in the chit chat section
give us a link man.
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Axial Speculation in 3.....2......1......
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Looks good stinkyy, Looks like ALOT of work too....

What motor is in there again? (I know you told me but I forgot)
351C, headers, Holley 650, should be enough to keep the tires smooth...
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351C, headers, Holley 650, should be enough to keep the tires smooth...
Oh yeeah
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Old 05-07-2010, 04:10 AM   #412
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351C, headers, Holley 650, should be enough to keep the tires smooth...
Just take it easy, hot-rod. You don't want to lose your license, then Chris will have to pick you up on his scooter to get to work

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Just take it easy, hot-rod. You don't want to lose your license, then Chris will have to pick you up on his scooter to get to work
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Nutthin is illeagal until you gets kawt at it.......
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Nutthin is illeagal until you gets kawt at it.......
I know I had LOTS OF FUN with the line lock on my Mustang
EFFORTLESS burnouts in a 5spd

Even with a automatic they are worth the $$ & time you'll save replacing wheel cyl. not to mention the wear youll save on the drums/shoes!
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I know I had LOTS OF FUN with the line lock on my Mustang
EFFORTLESS burnouts in a 5spd

Even with a automatic they are worth the $$ & time you'll save replacing wheel cyl. not to mention the wear youll save on the drums/shoes!
I had a line lock on my V8 pinto just because I raced it (awsome launches) with no real weight in the rear getting the ranchero to hook up will be an issue. I am looking into running air bags instead of springs for better ride and suspension tuning.
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Old 05-07-2010, 07:13 PM   #417
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A skinny white guy goes into and elevvator, looks up and sees this HUGE black guy stanfing next to him. the big guys sees the little guy staring at him looks down and says" 7 feet tall, 350 pounds, 20 inch cock, 3 pound testicals, Tunrner Brown"
the little guy faints and falls to the floor. the big guy kneels down and brings him to, shaking him. the big guys says" what's wrong with you" in a weak voice the little guys says "what exactaly did you sy to me ?"
the big dude says" I saw your curious look and figured i'd just give you yh answers to the questions everyone always asks me, i am 7 feet tall, i weight 350 pouns, I have a 20 inch cock, my testicals weigh 3 pounds each and my name is turner brown" Swwet jesus, i thought you said Turn around
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Old 05-07-2010, 07:31 PM   #418
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Old 05-12-2010, 04:00 PM   #419
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Well, $2.50 for the adaptor and $5 shipping later, I can finally charge my new lipos. So do you guys even bother to balance charge your packs? Or do you just charge them normally like nickel metals? I've read alot of threads on this and it seems like a 50/50 split among lipo users.

I just dropped over 2 bills on some packs and was just curious. I'm talking 3 cell 4900/5000 packs, and I really don't wanna F them up .
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Old 05-12-2010, 04:05 PM   #420
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you can get away with balancing them every 10 cycles, I just balance mine when charging normally, may take a lil long but then you know the pack is balanced.


On a side note, tomorrow I am picking up a killer deal off craigslist.
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