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Old 11-29-2012, 03:21 PM   #282621
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looks low
It's about the same as any other. The bumpers are short compared to M3, e.g.
Main concern is where they route the pipes for the right outlet.
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time to go look for lunch
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tempted to get a beer...but the fridge is so far away

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Doesn't look bad...still looks like the obvious quad exhaust for non m3's
I'm just looking for design ideas so Miles and I can put something together for my car.
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Make it airtight and fill it with inert gas. I know a guy who just bought some, too.
Helium would be a better choice, since it conducts heat better.

The part that the robot is pretty well sealed is a bit worrisome when it comes to the radio. I hope range isn't affected too badly by it.
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Just give it time, the robot always catches on fire
Tempted to put a hole in the top of the robot just so I can spray the internals with a CO2 fire extinguisher in an emergency.
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Old 11-29-2012, 03:26 PM   #282627
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I'm telling you, straight pipe sides exhausts...how hard can it be?

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Helium would be a better choice, since it conducts heat better.

The part that the robot is pretty well sealed is a bit worrisome when it comes to the radio. I hope range isn't affected too badly by it.
So miles should have a self destruct button on the robit...that way, when you lose, you can end the match by destroying the other robit
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I'm telling you, straight pipe sides exhausts...how hard can it be?

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Lol. When I graduate(whenever I graduate), the first car I have will be a flame thrower.

but idk about it being a side shooter.
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Lol. When I graduate(whenever I graduate), the first car I have will be a flame thrower.

but idk about it being a side shooter.


what kind? I mean would you go spark plug in drilled in the exhaust or direct gas injection?
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not on because race cars

and they can't be...i've seen so many trucks with them. Kalim just needs to open KLX garage so he can become the nor-cal shady smog guy
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what kind? I mean would you go spark plug in drilled in the exhaust or direct gas injection?
I figure just no cats, one resonator, and no muffler would be enough for flames.

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