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MrOneEyeMedia photos from 10-18-09 Season Ender - KRUSE
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19 Oct 2009 08:25 PM

    Hello folks -

    Here is what I got. 1st heat I have photos and videos.

    2nd heat - not so luck, ran battery dead from the videos I took from the 1st heat. I got a few photos of you and a couple videos.

    Here is what I have right now uploaded.

    http://picasaweb.google.com/OneEyeM...asonEnder#

    Go Her for the videos ( I am still uploading more to youtube - quality is way better on youtube!)

    http://www.youtube.com/view_play_li...BAEFAC5976

    Teasers:

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    Look for videos probably tomorrow!

    Cheers,

    Jason

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    20 Oct 2009 07:39 AM
    Sone real nice shots, Jason!
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    20 Oct 2009 08:36 AM

    CSP137 wrote:
    Sone real nice shots, Jason!

    The videos are a HOOT! Wait til you see them.

    What do you think Steve? More negative camber in the rear? Above is one of the best shots.

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    20 Oct 2009 04:35 PM
    Good no pics of me loosing it!
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    20 Oct 2009 04:36 PM
    Good stuff jason!
    OneEyeMedia
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    20 Oct 2009 06:08 PM

    VerizonGuy wrote:
    Good stuff jason!

    Thanks bro! No, I just got a good video of you loosing it instead! HAHA :P

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    20 Oct 2009 06:14 PM
    OneEyeMedia wrote:

    VerizonGuy wrote:
    Good stuff jason!

    Thanks bro! No, I just got a good video of you loosing it instead! HAHA :P

    I figured as much after I posted that, hahahahahaha! [*-)]

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    20 Oct 2009 06:20 PM
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    OneEyeMedia wrote:

    VerizonGuy wrote:
    Good stuff jason!

    Thanks bro! No, I just got a good video of you loosing it instead! HAHA :P

    I figured as much after I posted that, hahahahahaha! [*-)]

    yeah - I am going through the 15 or 20 videos now and titling them with car numbers. It is always easier for driver to find photos none titled - but harder than ever when it is a video :P

    OneEyeMedia
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    20 Oct 2009 07:48 PM

    OK ladies and gentlecars - the videos are up.

    Click the same link above, then look through the album to the last photo of Rick's red/whit/blue AMX...that is where the videos start. When you click on the videos, look to the far right where it reads video information - click on the more info and it will show the file name which I have titled to match your car number. Except AustinSauce - you need bigger numbers bro!

    Peace out!

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    20 Oct 2009 09:13 PM
    OneEyeMedia wrote:
    VerizonGuy wrote:
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    VerizonGuy wrote:
    Good stuff jason!

    Thanks bro! No, I just got a good video of you loosing it instead! HAHA :P

    I figured as much after I posted that, hahahahahaha! [*-)]

    yeah - I am going through the 15 or 20 videos now and titling them with car numbers. It is always easier for driver to find photos none titled - but harder than ever when it is a video :P

    Thanks for your effort to get these up!

    I found the video where I spun, it wasn't to bad until you see that my windshield wipers came on! But I don't think any cones got wacked! [:P]

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    21 Oct 2009 03:59 AM
    no problem bro - this is something I have always liked doing for people that come out.
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    22 Oct 2009 04:14 PM
    sts38 wrote:

    CSP137 wrote:
    Sone real nice shots, Jason!

    The videos are a HOOT! Wait til you see them.

    What do you think Steve? More negative camber in the rear? Above is one of the best shots.

    Well, since Steve has not weighed in, I will. More neg. camber in rear would help balance, but more than that, lifting to rotate the car before the corner instead of in the corner will keep the rear in control as well (sorry, could not help myself).

    Of course,I think I spent more time myself fighting Jeremy's Fiero than driving it. It might have been better at 95% than 101% (ya think?).

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    22 Oct 2009 04:26 PM

    J-

    Cool vids, Bro!

    OneEyeMedia
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    22 Oct 2009 04:33 PM
    KBroeker wrote:

    J-

    Cool vids, Bro!

    Thanks Kyle!

    Some day I will put these on youtube - just swamped with other things...

    OneEyeMedia
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    23 Oct 2009 04:28 PM
    I updated with a youtube link for videos. way better quality!
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    26 Oct 2009 12:07 PM
    sts38 wrote:

    CSP137 wrote:
    Sone real nice shots, Jason!

    The videos are a HOOT! Wait til you see them.

    What do you think Steve? More negative camber in the rear? Above is one of the best shots.

    I had responded to Travis, but for the benefit of others on this thread:

    From what I could see in the photos, negative camber was not an issue. In fact it looked as though it was only getting about 1/2 degree positive camber in the turns. Very unscientific, of course. Please keep in mind that I would not recommend making any set-up decisions based on a sandy lot. Travis and I had already taken air out of the rear tires and softened the rear shocks to compensate for the bumpy, dirty conditions.

    Kyle Broeker is right about corner entry. Travis and I talked about this at length. When a front-drive car is overstearing it is necessary to brake early and power through the corner to keep oversteering to a minimum. (and no left-foot braking in the corner) BTW - On an oversteering rear-drive car, left foot braking works pretty well, but at the price of some corner exit speed.

    Steve

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    27 Oct 2009 06:45 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYn7V4ZcYGU

    Not Work Safe, Music language.

    Copy and paste. My mediocre runs from Kruse. Outside camera shot by the guy with the one eye.

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    28 Oct 2009 05:52 AM
    [Y] Sweet!.....lol
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