Dillon Pyron | 4 Jan 15:58 1999
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Re: home built cars

On Dec 28, 12:11pm, MTBSR59@... wrote:
> Subject: home built cars
> every once and a while someone asks for help on component specs for a self
> designed & built car.  Has any of these ever been completed & raced?  Have
> they been successful or  just in the eyes of one person?  The GCR seems
pretty
> open to get some creative juices going in someone educated (or less educated)
> in the process.

How does homogulation work for "one off's"?

>
> On another subject has anyone used and had any success with one of the many
> tires softeners/additives?  They sound like snake oil but...you never
know...a
> drag racer I know swears by the stuff.

You might use them for auto-x on older tires, but I've heard way too many
stories about them going off half way through a race.  Nothing like starting on
sponges and finishing on rocks!

>
> Thanks for the conversation...Mike Black
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Emmett Dibble | 5 Jan 03:59 1999
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Jump start connector?

Where can I get a jumps tart connector?
 
Emmett
 
Emmett Dibble | 5 Jan 03:29 1999
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Jump start connector?

Anyone know where I can get one?
 
Emmett
 
 
Emmett Dibble | 5 Jan 03:25 1999
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jump start connector?

Where do I get a jump start connector?
The one that was on my car is broken and I have tried every autoparts store
industrial supply, speed shop catalog I can find and everyone knows what I am 
talking about but can't help me. 
 
 
?
 
 
 
Will Klopfenstein | 5 Jan 05:00 1999
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Re: jump start connector?

Try Pegasus or any other racing supplier. Pegasus is a place I know you
can get them from, www.pegasusracing.com , I'm sure there's better places,
but that's the first one I can think of that I know has them off the top
of my head. 

On Mon, 4 Jan 1999, Emmett Dibble wrote:

> Where do I get a jump start connector?
> The one that was on my car is broken and I have tried every autoparts store
> industrial supply, speed shop catalog I can find and everyone knows what I am 
> talking about but can't help me. 
> 
> 
> ?
> 
> 
> Emmett   cedestech@...
>  
> 

Will Klopfenstein
Oakland University Formula SAE
Team Leader - Engineering

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Eric D. Christensen | 5 Jan 05:44 1999

RE: jump start connector?

If you're talking about the plastic modular plugs that many of us use, you can get them from Pegasus. Make darn sure you get the right one. That are color coded and the different color housings are NOT interchangeable!
 
I'll bet Racer wholesale has them too.
 
They are actually an Amp Industrial electronic connector, mostly used for connecting high output battery modules together in uninterruptable power supplies.  
 
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Subject: jump start connector?

Where do I get a jump start connector?
The one that was on my car is broken and I have tried every autoparts store
industrial supply, speed shop catalog I can find and everyone knows what I am 
talking about but can't help me. 
 
 
?
 
 
 
Emmett A. Dibble | 5 Jan 05:27 1999
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Sorry 3 posts

My stupid provider / new browser is the absolute pits. I thought it ate
the 2 previous
emails thats why 3 got sent.

Damn Micro Soft!!!!!!

Emmett

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Jim Boemler | 5 Jan 07:55 1999

Re: Sorry 3 posts

>My stupid provider / new browser is the absolute pits. I thought
>it ate the 2 previous emails thats why 3 got sent.
>
>Damn Micro Soft!!!!!!

Let's see.  You told it to send a message, and it did.  You told it to
sent two more, and it sent those as well.  And the browser is the pits
for following your commands, and it's Microsoft's fault.

Sounds like there's a spot for you on the government's legal team!  :-)

      jim

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Dillon Pyron | 5 Jan 16:08 1999
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Re: Jump start connector?

Pegasus carries a connector set.  You'll need some pretty heavy duty cable (not
a bad idea, in general).

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MTBSR59 | 5 Jan 18:23 1999
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Re: Jump start connector?

w.w. Grainger has them.  They are connectors for forklift and floor scrubber
battery chargers.  They have them in 50 to 350 amp ratings .  The brand name
is Systems Materieal Handling or SMH and the pricing is less than the racer
shops...

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