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Biff
2005.03.29, 02:39 PM
Allthough I'm new to Mini Z's, Ive been racing off and on for 11 years and have been a regular on many sites for 7-8 years, and this is probably the most technicaly orientated site I've ever seen. Everyone here is helpfull in answering questions, dont hide too many secrets like the 1/10th crowd, and there never is any politcal junk.

Thumbs up guys! :D

ruknd@aol.com
2005.03.29, 02:46 PM
there never is any politcal junk.

Thumbs up guys! :D
political junk...woo hooo BUSH...umm not the president

Biff
2005.03.29, 02:50 PM
If somebody can help me install this battery pack, I'd appreciate it. :eek:

ruf
2005.03.29, 03:25 PM
Anyone remember the pic of my Micro RS4 with the 2400 6-cell pack on it? hahaha!

byebye
2005.03.29, 03:35 PM
Hmmm.......might have to stretch that one!

Ninja
2005.03.29, 04:11 PM
run times would be great, while you're at it, find me a way to mount a 540 motor to a Z and then we're talking ;) but in any circumstance, to save weight and get the most voltage, use li-po cells, like 10 of them. LMAO, i would like to see someone build a 36v mini-Z without frying it hahahahaha *evil grin*

Biff
2005.03.29, 08:10 PM
Eh eh eh! :)

Im still trying to figure out how to mount a OS CVR.12 in that little thang!

20% or 30%?

mini-z racing
2005.03.30, 12:24 AM
Eh eh eh! :)

Im still trying to figure out how to mount a OS CVR.12 in that little thang!

20% or 30%?

Are you asking what kind of fuel to use?

Biff
2005.03.30, 10:10 AM
Just joking of course. I DO have some 20% laying around though.