Can I ask someone on here about formulas?

drayday

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I'm working on experimental motors at the moment and I submitted the necessary information to access the restricted forum in late January. Mostly looking to learn about solid loading %s in formulas.

I have not heard back so I decided to post here. Yes I am a citizen, and senior level 2 certified
 

djs

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Can't speak to the access issue, but formulas can only be discussed on the research subforum.
 

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Good luck. I’ve sent 3 emails since December and haven’t heard back.
”Glad” to hear I’m not the only one.
 

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You can ask about Formula 38s, Formula 54s, Formula 75s, and such.

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Send an email/PM to admin Angie, she has been the one dealing with the Research Forum, or she can get in touch with those who are.
 

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Do you have admin Angie’s email? I too have sent the request but never heard anything back.


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jsdemar

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I'm working on experimental motors at the moment and I submitted the necessary information to access the restricted forum in late January. Mostly looking to learn about solid loading %s in formulas.

I have not heard back so I decided to post here. Yes I am a citizen, and senior level 2 certified

You should look up your nearest Tripoli club and ask for help. Best way to learn this stuff is by direct mentoring.
If you're in Bakersfield, try this:
https://tccrockets.com/v2/
 
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