FRCM5 Thread


#1861

New York Team where you at!


#1862

Yeah we do tend to go back to back a lot
I just remember that elims match in 2017 (SVR) where 971 (Alliance #2), basically a less big 254, was completely destroyed by an underdog alliance (#7 I think) and only went on because it was the 2nd match, not tiebreaker.
Alliance #2:
Bunch of rotors, 2 climbs (Great defence #7 alliance), a bunch of fuel
Alliance #7:
Bunch of rotors, 3 climbs, no fuel (I think)


#1863

Heeeeeeere!

Team 1506 will be competing at Livonia in a few weeks, and hopefully states!


#1864

Bro come on over to west michigan, just to check it out it’s a great event


#1865

Also if you want to see defence go to the 2017 dte field at state and watch the matches with our team in them in the elims, that is true defence


#1866

Looks like a hot event, unfortunately I’m like 2.5 hours away.

And our team usually meets on weekends anyway, so… yeah :cry:


#1867

And here! 7222 will be at Jackson and Lansing


#1868

Yes michigan teams, we must rise up to challenge the new york and california team.


#1869

Yes please take out 254 if we can’t. I want to see some other team win champs for once. I don’t want another undefeated season.


#1870

Yeahhh! Only our entire bot is held together with zip ties, and barely runs. (Something about the reactor not having enough deuterium)


#1871

Well they don’t go to the detroit worlds so we can’t beat them sadly.


#1872

Awesome! More duct tape should solve it…


#1873

Festival of Champions


#1874

:smile: good. Nobody can defeat the power of the poofs


#1875

Naw, electrical tape is the way to go


#1876

On our robot the climber has so much force it can bend 1 by 2 aluminum with ease.


#1877

Wow. Almost 100 posts with nothing to do with mafia.
And it’s flex tape, not electrical tape. I suppose you could also use caulk.


#1878

There is no more festival of champions sadly.


#1879

No, the caulk doesn’t deal well with the exhausts. Trying to get it above 400 horsepower before comp


#1880

That’s nothing compared to the sheer destructive force of our 12 ton hydraulic press