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  • #16
    I could do a Halloween race, Wed. Oct 31 at Wings and Wheels.
    Do that and put my cars on the podium. It would be a nice b-day present.

    Terry "slowly gettin old" Noe

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    • #17
      Hmmm...sounds like I may actually see that Porsche before the 2010 Olympics. Excellent. I've already designed the chassis I should have put under that car in the first place, so I may end up putting it together as an early entry for the 2009 CPR.

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      • #18
        Well boys what about the GPR leaders Car? Yes that little 908/3 is it still in one piece? Does the pod still float? How are those NSR tires still sticky or dried out after a year time?
        Club FW

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        • #19
          Well Van you know you've got the big block under your hood Its time to see what the mighty King can do... Unleash the Dogs!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! its time to rock !!!!!!!!!!!!

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          • #20
            Tony, your 908 and Capri remain very fast. I didn't time any of the cars, but the 908 with the sprung pod feels as planted and easy as it did when it left here. It seems the NSR tires do retain traction after a year (most of which was sitting in a shipping carton, in the dark, waiting).

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            • #21
              Speaking of the CPR, Milo - maybe my 936 will reprise it's role in CPR 2016?! Tony, I've just been sitting back, waiting....may the best Porsche win! Wet toast, anyone? Bart's track and area 51 are looking very attractive at present. Only question is: will reckless spoil the party for both of us?

              Thank-you for looking after all the preciouses, Robert.

              Van
              Last edited by dr vanski; 10-24-2007, 05:04 AM.

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              • #22
                Originally posted by Robert Livingston View Post
                Paul, your car, overextended craftsmanship and bubblegum fixes. The tires are still mounted inside-out. The frame is still cracked.

                That's all?????

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                • #23
                  Paul, your car, with all its ambitious-to-the-point-of-overextended craftsmanship and bubblegum fixes, survived more or less as it was when it left.
                  Was this the car that had the safety wire, instead of screws, holding the rear of the pod to the chassis?

                  Terry

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                  • #24
                    Glad you like the craftsmanship, eh?

                    Let me tell ya, that's top quality airplane wire!. Wet toast, indeed. Hah!, I say.

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                    • #25
                      What the heck is airplane wire? Try to get your terminology straight!

                      Needless to say, with the verbally skilled Wet Coast Racing engineers on the job, the baling/airplane wire looks just as it did last year, providing exquisitely tuned float and vibration isolation for the motor pod.

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                      • #26
                        What the heck is airplane wire?
                        It's the wire they use to thread through the bolts in the airframe of a Hercules to make sure it can't lose it's nuts.

                        Even I couldn't make this stuff up, you know!

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Wet Coast Racer View Post
                          It's the wire they use to thread through the bolts in the airframe of a Hercules to make sure it can't lose it's nuts.
                          Otherwise know as...safety wire. You'll find it on every race car.

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                          • #28
                            And airplane, Milo, but do you have a proper set of twisters, Wet? (AKA Safety wire pliers)

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                            • #29
                              Originally posted by PeteN95 View Post
                              And airplane, Milo, but do you have a proper set of twisters, Wet? (AKA Safety wire pliers)
                              Yes, and airplane, but I thought we'd covered that when he referred to it as airplane wire. I don't have the proper twisters, but my friend who is a competitive karter does...

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                              • #30
                                I wear safety goggles and protective gloves.

                                You don't think I'm stupid, do you?

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