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    Thanks for the info! So - if I interpret this...

    Thanks for the info! So - if I interpret this correctly - the HVD can actually be placed somewhat away from the accu containers? That could come in handy considering the new visibility rule…
    Also,...
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    Opinion and my own question...

    Hi

    About the Accu-Container: I am somewhat skeptical about this. I believe the rules usually mention something like 'protective envelope' when referring to critical components allowed outside of...
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    Hi Sudarshun,

    I might confuse some of your make, brake, close, open... circuit descriptions. So just let me ask you to look at all your (relevant) components and check what would happen if any of...
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    SVN / Subversion

    Hi everybody,

    we used to have a simple FTP. Advantage was its simplicity, but there is no kind if document-management. So you could not go back to an older version, you could hardly see, who had...
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    Registration Hassle

    Thanks for the info. I guess I have to be a 'Team-Member' to see those. Well, just more hoops...

    @Webmasters: Please keep in mind that the FSAE-Rules are the basic rules for all the events. (okay,...
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    Motors rule -> T-Rule and FAQ?

    Hello Hugues,

    thank you for your reply.
    I find your argument very logical so at this point I will tell my guys to proceed without the extra case until I hear anything different. It is a risk I am...
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    TS voltage rating.

    Hi Puneet,

    kind of slow going here...
    Well, in my opinion, Rule EV1.2.8 talkes about isolation in case of wires (and perhaps sensors etc.), but basically about the specs for normal operation when...
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    EV2.1.2 Motor Rule Question

    Hello everybody, hello Tobias,

    I have a questions concerning the following rule:

    EV2.1.2 Motors must be contained within a structural casing where the thickness is at least 3.0 mm (0.120 inch)....
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