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  1. I was interested...until that guy said "Dodgers Fan". Oh well, GLWTS! Nice Dodgers car!
  2. In case you haven't seen it on FB or Insta. Must own a Funco to participate. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSciXfae_aTgbfRUX3QMtfijOZtyQ1j_TJL2x0fUPOsCxt3b3Q/viewform?fbclid=IwAR1qizeOX4dDpYVD90vOi1vdFNcSOneDHjkhIdn1ZjdIgyfXrolmynQ2TZo
  3. Nope. It's the correct address. South-West corner of Broadway and Val Vista.
  4. Awesome belts. The cam locks have been perfect for me. 4 seasons now, no issues.
  5. 3 locations that sell the good stuff at the pump. These station owners recognized the demand for a higher E content. They're all usually 85% or more. 3565 East Broadway Road 1003 North 32nd Street 1925 North Scottsdale Road
  6. Bringing "flushing money down the toilet" to a whole new meaning.
  7. To answer your other question, you can run bypasses in the back but you'll likely have to put the bypass tubes on the inboard side. Or, if you're buying brand new, I have seen a couple G3's with the tubes(I think they were) directly opposite of the reservoir. Guessing those were custom made for Funco?
  8. Pretty sure the answer is no. But I'll ask my brother. He has a Gen3 and was looking into this a little while ago.
  9. Gen4 was not designed and built for V8's. They did however, start to make longer versions of the Gen4 to accommodate the longer, massive, top heavy, engines.
  10. We played a pretty fun game in the dunes this past weekend. No, not bags, washers, or horseshoes. This is an actual duning game. We had 7 vehicles total(6 sandcars and 1 RZR). Everybody needs to have a radio and be on the same channel. You start off on a normal dune run with everybody following in train formation. The leader then finds an area where he can catch the train's tail. As soon as he falls into line behind the last guy, he calls out anyone in the train to become the new leader. That person then takes off and everyone follows him. Keep the game going until everyone has a chance to lead. You only have to wait until everyone is in train formation again before catching your tail and calling out the next person. The faster the changeovers, the funner it is. (safety alert...if you don't know who the last person is, make sure you ask on the radio before catching your tail) We tried coming up with a name but could only think of "Circle Jerk". Lol
  11. What were you doing driving in that lame valley for anyway? Serves you right!
  12. That's not the issue. The issue is the sand will wear down the cam gears and cause timing to jump. Going to steel gears is ideal. It's really not that big of a deal. Just something to monitor. It only takes me 1-2 minutes to do it.
  13. I can't imagine that being a good idea. Although the sand instantly comes out, it's going in there and getting between the belt/cams wearing shit down. No bueno.

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