¿How long will it take?

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¿How long will it take?

Post by cachanilla86 » Mon May 19, 2008 9:42 pm

I everybody, im talking about a Mega Squirt. Im going to assemble a MS, but I dont know how many hours will it take. It will be my First MS, the guy will pay me 75 dollars for evey MS I assemble. Its that a fair price? (Its not my first electronics experience, I worked in a Sony assembly plant. So, if you have a Sony TV, I can bet you your TV was made in MEXICALI)

BTW, its a small shop, specialized in Nissan. (RCK)
http://www.racicali.com ("the hottest racing community in mexicali")

Sorry for my english. :oops:
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Post by INVUJerry » Mon May 19, 2008 10:21 pm

Well, RSAutosport is selling them for $300 or so assembled. It will take you a good while, I'd charge $125 or so for it.
2005 Neon SXT Black - SOLD
1998 Neon Coupe - SOLD
2004 Neon SRT-4 - 13.9@102
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1996 ACR Sedan - Koni yellows, stock as hell
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Post by chipdogg » Tue May 20, 2008 12:38 pm

Took us a full day to assemble ours, but neither of us had ever done any extensive soldering. My buddy is currently soldering up another one for our Busa motor, and it's taken him like a month :lol:

But he's doing it little by little.
'97 black ACR coupe- #3 - Scrappy
'96 black coupe- #4
'97 magenta coupe- #10 - 13.379 @ 101.07 mph
'04 SXT mtx - #45 - GF's DD
'96 ACR
'95 Astro Van
'11 Chevy Express
'02 atx - #48
'98 Intense Blue R/T - #49
'04 SRT-4 - #50
'99 Intense Blue R/T - #51

52 and counting, when will it stop?

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Post by BlueR/T » Wed May 21, 2008 9:31 pm

INVUJerry wrote:Well, RSAutosport is selling them for $300 or so assembled.
not anymore :(

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Post by 1fast2liter » Thu May 22, 2008 12:45 am

i got mine all assemblied
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96 blue coupe sold
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Post by cachanilla86 » Thu May 22, 2008 2:05 am

chipdogg wrote:Took us a full day to assemble ours, but neither of us had ever done any extensive soldering. My buddy is currently soldering up another one for our Busa motor, and it's taken him like a month :lol:

But he's doing it little by little.
what kind of solder is he using? I mean if its lead free
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Post by chipdogg » Thu May 22, 2008 3:18 pm

Don't think it's lead free, just regular rosin core solder if I remember right.
'97 black ACR coupe- #3 - Scrappy
'96 black coupe- #4
'97 magenta coupe- #10 - 13.379 @ 101.07 mph
'04 SXT mtx - #45 - GF's DD
'96 ACR
'95 Astro Van
'11 Chevy Express
'02 atx - #48
'98 Intense Blue R/T - #49
'04 SRT-4 - #50
'99 Intense Blue R/T - #51

52 and counting, when will it stop?

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Post by cachanilla86 » Fri Jun 06, 2008 7:52 pm

I helped a friend to do some work on his MS (the launch control circuit) The car runs, and I helped!!! OMFG im so excited, its like my first mega squirt!

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