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Old 09-22-2009, 06:33 PM   #1021
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few things.. racing this thing on asphalt this weekend.. what seems to be the mean rollout for 1s/13.5 with a plain ol' gtb.. no fancy turbo here.. also how are you folks getting your cars to where you need to ADD weight? i'm sitting at about 930g WITHOUT the body!!!.. our minimum is 930g..

also, where are you all running your batts? middle, towards the front or rear?
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tally, gearing will be something like 88/43 with 2.1" tires.
I'm not sure how guys are getting below 930g. I was 955g. I think it is mainly a light servo and ESC. The CRC chassis might be heavier than some of the others, too.
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wow, thats like 83mm/rev that sound about right? where you running your batts? thanks in advance
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Seems like the ideal is to have the weight as far back as possible. That means having the ESC behind the battery ideally, but if you can't do that, battery all the way back.
It'd be nice if someone who is actually fast at WGT would chime in. I'm very much a newbie to it.
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few things.. racing this thing on asphalt this weekend.. what seems to be the mean rollout for 1s/13.5 with a plain ol' gtb.. no fancy turbo here.. also how are you folks getting your cars to where you need to ADD weight? i'm sitting at about 930g WITHOUT the body!!!.. our minimum is 930g..

also, where are you all running your batts? middle, towards the front or rear?
With a 1S pack, mini receiver, JR Z3650 servo and SPX ESC, my car is about 935 to 940 grams...

1) minimized top deck to being only an "X". Probably dremeled away half of the material.
2) cut down top deck posts to bring the top deck down to the 1S pack. CRC now offers these posts.
3) replaced center shock/antenna mount with just a ball stud for the shock
4) minimized tires down to 2.08"
5) ceramic ball bearings throughout
6) ceramic balls in a 88T spur
7) all titanium screws. Likely about the same weight as the aluminum; but, more durable.
8) less paint on the body

Could easily hack away at the main chassis plate for more weight savings.

But, I do have the CRC foam bumper, thicker top deck on the rear pod, center ESC mount and the wider rear body mounts...all add a little weight.

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The Gen-X 10 setup that Brian Wynn of CRC gave me at the IIC was absolutely killer for the high traction carpet conditions. Could drive my car full throttle everywhere if I wanted to...not necessarily fastest...but fun.

Hopefully, Brian will post it for you soon along with some replacement part recommendations that I just have to call "The Package".

Those CRC boys were at the top of their game at the IIC.

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Aldershot, England. 4th october 2009. GT2 Qualifying

Pos .. Form .. Name .. Power .. Car Make .. Result .. Ave .. Best
1 .. F1 .. Nigel Moss (NiMo) .. 2s 17.5 .. Calandra .. 20 / 310.08** .. 15.5 .. 15.25
2 .. F1 .. Rob Warren .. 4c 10.5 .. Associated .. 20 / 314.74 .. 15.73 .. 15.51
3 .. F1 .. Dave Skelton .. 2s 17.5 .. Associated .. 19 / 300.08 .. 15.79 .. 15.43
4 .. F1 .. Dave Tims .. 4c 10.5 .. Associated .. 19 / 309.11 .. 16.26 .. 15.99
5 .. F1 .. Gerald Page .. 2s 17.5 .. Associated .. 19 / 311.37 .. 16.38 .. 15.17
6 .. F2 .. Shaun Alvis .. 4c 10.5 .. Calandra .. 17 / 319.48 .. 18.79 .. 17.17

** Track record for GT2 class

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changing over to a GM90 ESC and a Novak Ballistic 17.5 improved my time by 4 seconds, and this was only the first meeting with these in the car after very little set up time.
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SCAR - Spec Canadian Auto Racing at Lou's Speedway Indoor Carpet Track near London Ontario Canada.

CRC GenX10 is the dominate Car

BEST 6 MINUTE Runs - Updated Saturday October 3rd!! 4 Drivers Improve - Con Vangalen, Bart Garner, Kevin Hill and Grant Galloway - Congratulations!! The field continues to tighten!

1st Lou Vanderwey - CRC Corvette - 35 @ 6.00596 - TRACK RECORD
2nd Wayne Vince - CRC Elclipse - 35 @ 6.03015
3rd John Elliot - CRC Honda NSX - 35 @ 6.03303
4th Jeff Corsaut - CRC Honda NSX - 35 @ 6.07409
5th Etienne Marcoux - Associated BMW - 35 @ 6.08805
6th Sukh Kainth - CRC Nissan GTR - 34 @6.00066
7th Gervais Grant - CRC Honda NSX - 34 @ 6.01461
8th John Elliot - CRC World GT Sophia - 34 @ 6.07189 - NEW
9th Dwayne Franklin - CRC Mercedes - 33 @ 6.00879
10th Ed Lacika - CRC Honda NSX - 33 @ 6.01016
11th Jeff Dease - Associated Ford GT - 33 @ 6.01538
12th Ty Grant - CRC Lexus - 33 @ 6.01933
13th Steve Silva - CRC Saleen - 33 @ 6.03059
14th Grant Galloway - CRC Audi - 33 @ 6.07145 - NEW
15th Kevin Hill - CRC Honda NSX - 33 @ 6.07832 - NEW
16th Mario Biscaro - CRC Honda NSX - 33 @ 6.07907
17th David Dease - Associated Viper - 33 @ 6.08118
18th Steve Silva - CRC Sophia WORLD GT - 33 @ 6.09371
19th Mark Graham - BMI Mercedes - 33 @ 6.10610
20th Jay Devost - CRC Nissan - 33 @ 6.11092
21st Con VanGalen - CRC Stratus - 32 @ 6.02104
22nd Bart Garner - CRC Viper - 32 @ 6.00331 - NEW
23rd Scott Stuart - CRC FORD GT - 32 @ 6.01444
24th Dan Engelbreth - CRC Mercedes - 32 @ 6.02518
25th Jamie Barrett - CRC Porsche - 32 @ 6.09126
26th Ryan Fox - CRC Ford GT - 32 @ 6.11353
27th Darrin Quinn - CRC Nissan - 31 @ 6.01794
28th Brian Crozby - CRC Corvette - 31 @ 6.05560
29th Kurt Swayze - CRC Pantoura - 31 @ 6.11356
30th Bob Gillier - CRC Saleen - 30 @ 6.06835
31st Jesse McMichael - BMI Lotus - 30 @ 6.07260
32nd Vic Garcia - BMI Honda NSX - 29 @ 6.02488
33rd Justin Blythe - BMI Ford GT - 29 @ 6.06268
34th Mario Comito - CRC Nissan - 13 @ 4:36040

Best SCAR Laps:
1st Lou Vanderwey - CRC Corvette - 9.950
2nd Wayne Vince - CRC Eclipse - 9.999
3rd John Elliot - CRC Honda NSX - 10.008 - NEW
4th Etienne Marcoux- Associated BMW - 10.063
5th Jeff Corsaut - CRC Honda NSX - 10.203
6th Gervias Grant - CRC Honda NSX - 10.286
7th Sukh Kainth - CRC Nissan - 10.309
8th Con VanGalen- CRC Viper - 10.372
9th Ed Lacika - CRC Honda NSX - 10.376
10th John Elliot - CRC World GT Sophia - 10.470 - NEW
11th Ty Grant - CRC Lexus - 10.506
12th Jeff Dease - Associated Ford GT - 10.539
13th Dwayne Franklin - CRC - 10.567
14th Steve Silva - CRC Sophia - WORLD GT - 10.593
15th Grant Galloway - CRC - 10.597
16th Mario Biscaro - CRC Honda NSX - 10.626
17th Kevin Hill - CRC Honda NSX - 10.632 - NEW
18th Steve Silva - CRC Saleen - 10.667
19th Jay Devost - CRC Nissan - 10.689
20th David Dease - ASC Viper - 10.711
21st Dan Engelbreth - CRC Mercedes - 10.734
22nd Scott Stuart - CRC Ford GT - 10.746
23rd Bart Garner - CRC Viper - 10.765 - NEW
24th Mark Grahm - BMI Mercedes - 10.806
25th Jamie Barret - CRC Porsche - 10.810
26th Brian Crozby - CRC Corvette - 10.817
27th Kurt Swayze - CRC Pantoura Viper - 10.987
28th Ryan Fox - CRC Ford GT - 10.928
29th Darrin Quinn - CRC Nissan - 11.066
30th Vic Garcia - BMI Honda NSX - 11.174
31st Jesse McMichael - BMI Mercedes - 11.249
32nd Bob Gillier - CRC Saleen - 11.366
33rd Justin Blythe - BMI Ford GT - 11.837
34th Mario Comito - CRC Nissan - 16.537

SCAR & WGT AVERAGE LAP TIMES for 6 Minute Races - Best by Driver:

1 Lou Vanderwey CRC Nissan 10.3027
2 Wayne Vince CRC Eclipse 10.3719
3 John Elliot CRC Honda NSX 10.3801
4 Jeff Corsaut CRC Honda NSX 10.4974
5 Etienne Marcoux ASC BMW 10.5390
6 Suk Kainth CRC Nissan GTR 10.5902
7 Gervais Grant CRC Honda NSX 10.6312
8 John Elliot CRC WGT 10.7997
9 Dwayne Franklin CRC Mercedes 10.9357
10 Ed Lacika CRC Honda NSX 10.9399
11 Jeff Dease ASC Ford GT 10.9557
12 Ty Grant CRC Lexus 10.9677
13 Steve Silva CRC Saleen 11.0018
14 Grant Galloway CRC 11.1256
15 Kevin Hill CRC Ford GT 11.1464
16 Mario Biscaro CRC Honda NSX 11.1487
17 David Dease ASC Viper 11.1551
18 Steve Silva CRC WGT 11.1931
19 Mark Graham BMI Mercedes 11.2306
20 Jay Devost CRC Nissan 11.2452
21 Bart Garner CRC Viper 11.2603
22 Scott Stuart CRC Ford GT 11.2951
23 Con VanGalen CRC Stratus 11.3158
24 Dan Engelbreth CRC Mercedes 11.3287
25 Jamie Barrett CRC Porsche 11.5352
26 Ryan Fox CRC Ford GT 11.6048
27 Darrin Quinn CRC Nissan 11.6708
28 Brian Crozby CRC Corvette 11.7923
29 Kurt Swayze CRC Viper 11.9792
30 Bob Gillier CRC Saleen 12.2278
31 Jesse McMichael BMI Lotus 12.2420
32 Vic Garcia BMI Honda NSX 12.4996
33 Justin Blythe BMI Ford GT 12.6299
34 Mario Comito CRC Nissan 21.2338
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Old 10-05-2009, 04:36 PM   #1029
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SCAR Racing at the RROL Home Depot Asphalt Track in London Ontario

2009 RROL CHAMPIONSHIP SEASON is Over - CRC GENX10 takes SWEEPS the CHAMPIONSHIP!!

1st 2nd 3rd in SCAR PRO
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Best Runs

1 Wayne Vince - CRC 24 6.03807 - Track Record
2 Lou Vanderwey - CRC 23 6.01832
3 Suhk Kainth - CRC 23 6.02421
4 Etieene Marcoux - Associated 23 6.04089
5 John Elliot - CRC 23 6.06301
6 Mark Graham - BMI 23 6.09317
7 Gervais Grant - CRC 23 6.10275
8 Jeff Corsaut - CRC 23 6.14222
9 Dan Engelbreth - CRC 22 6.01538
10 Ed Lacika - CRC 22 6.12724 - NEW
11 Con VanGalen - CRC 22 6.13496
12 Ryan Fox - CRC 22 6.13530
13 Jamie Barett - CRC 22 6.17039 - NEW
14 Bart Garner - CRC 21 6.00489
15 Scott Stuart - CRC 21 6.02633
16 Kevin Hill - CRC 21 6.04564
17 Mario Biscaro - CRC 21 6.06457 - NEW
18 Brian Crozby - CRC 21 6.06732
19 Sarosh Adil - CRC 21 6.14520
20 Jesse McMichael - BMI 20 6.02056
21 Derek Marker - CRC 20 6.160
22 Justin Blythe - BMI 13 5.045
23 Mario Comito - CRC 12 5.154
24 Tim Mackie - 6 2.01186

RROL BEST SCAR LAPS
1/ Wayne Vince - CRC - 14.756 - Track Record
2/ Lou Vanderwey - CRC - 15.114
3/ Suhk Kainth - CRC - 15.139
4/ Gervais Grant - CRC - 15.410
5/ Etienne Marcoux - Associated - 15.415
6/ John Elliot - CRC - 15.459
7/ Mark Graham - BMI - 15.472
8/ Dan Engelbreth - CRC - 15.665
9/ Jeff Corsaut - CRC - 15.820
10/ Sarosh Adil - CRC - 16.146
11/ Ed Lacika - CRC - 16.168 - NEW
12/ Bart Garner - CRC - 16.238
13/ Ryan Fox - CRC - 16.246
14/ Brian Crosby - CRC - 16.313
15/ Con Vangalen - CRC - 16.353
16/ Jesse McMichael - BMI - 16.353
17/ Kevin Hill - CRC - 16.465
18/ Jamie Barrett - CRC - 16.534
19/ Scott Stuart - CRC - 16.585
20/ Mario Biscaro - CRC - 16.656 - NEW
21/ Derek Marker - CRC - 16.861
22/ Justin Blythe - BMI - 18.064
23/ Mario Comito - CRC - 21.693
24/ Tim Mackie - 18.444
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CRC GenX10s continue to Break Track Records in Canada.

BEST 6 MINUTE Runs - SIX Drivers Improve - NEW Track Record - TWO 36 Lap Runs! This was all accomplished with all the drivers on the Track at the same Time! that shows amazing co-operation and respect for each other!!! Congratulations!! The field continues to tighten!

1st Lou Vanderwey - CRC Corvette - 36 @ 6.07101 - TRACK RECORD - NEW
2nd John Elliot - CRC Honda NSX - 36 @ 6.09965 - NEW

3rd Wayne Vince - CRC Elclipse - 35 @ 6.03015
4th Etienne Marcoux - Associated Corvette - 35 @ 6.05867 - NEW
5th Jeff Corsaut - CRC Honda NSX - 35 @ 6.07409
6th Sukh Kainth - CRC Nissan GTR - 34 @6.00066
7th Gervais Grant - CRC Honda NSX - 34 @ 6.01461
8th Ty Grant - CRC Honda NSX - 34 @ 6.04641 - NEW
9th Grant Galloway - CRC Audi - 34 @ 6.06787 - NEW

10th John Elliot - CRC World GT Sophia - 34 @ 6.07189
11th Dwayne Franklin - CRC Mercedes - 33 @ 6.00879
12th Ed Lacika - CRC Honda NSX - 33 @ 6.01016
13th Jeff Dease - Associated Ford GT - 33 @ 6.01538
14th Steve Silva - CRC Saleen - 33 @ 6.03059
15th Mario Biscaro - CRC Honda NSX - 33 @ 6.07383
16th Bart Garner - CRC Viper - 33 @ 6.07522 - NEW
17th Kevin Hill - CRC Honda NSX - 33 @ 6.07832
18th David Dease - Associated Viper - 33 @ 6.08118
19th Steve Silva - CRC Sophia WORLD GT - 33 @ 6.09371
20th Mark Graham - BMI Mercedes - 33 @ 6.10610
21st Jay Devost - CRC Nissan - 33 @ 6.11092
22nd Brian Crozby - CRC Corvette - 32 @ 6.0002
23rd Con VanGalen - CRC Stratus - 32 @ 6.02104
24th Scott Stuart - CRC FORD GT - 32 @ 6.01444
25th Dan Engelbreth - CRC Mercedes - 32 @ 6.02518
26th Jamie Barrett - CRC Porsche - 32 @ 6.09126
27th Ryan Fox - CRC Ford GT - 32 @ 6.11353
28th Darrin Quinn - CRC Nissan - 31 @ 6.01794
29th Kurt Swayze - CRC Pantoura - 31 @ 6.11356
30th Bob Gillier - CRC Saleen - 30 @ 6.06835
31st Jesse McMichael - BMI Lotus - 30 @ 6.07260
32nd Vic Garcia - BMI Honda NSX - 29 @ 6.02488
33rd Justin Blythe - BMI Ford GT - 29 @ 6.06268
34th Mario Comito - CRC Nissan - 13 @ 4:36040

Best SCAR Laps:

1st Lou Vanderwey - CRC Corvette - 9.934 - TRACK RECORD - NEW
2nd John Elliot - CRC Honda NSX - 9.970 - NEW

3rd Wayne Vince - CRC Eclipse - 9.999
4th Etienne Marcoux- Associated Corvette - 10.050 - NEW
5th Jeff Corsaut - CRC Honda NSX - 10.203
6th Ty Grant - CRC Honda NSX - 10.232 - NEW
7th Gervias Grant - CRC Honda NSX - 10.286
8th Mario Biscaro - CRC Honda NSX - 10.292
9th Sukh Kainth - CRC Nissan - 10.309
10th Con VanGalen- CRC Viper - 10.372
11th Ed Lacika - CRC Honda NSX - 10.376
12th Grant Galloway - CRC Audi - 10.388 - NEW
13th John Elliot - CRC World GT Sophia - 10.470
14th Bart Garner - CRC Viper - 10.509 - NEW
15th Jeff Dease - Associated Ford GT - 10.539
16th Dwayne Franklin - CRC - 10.567
17th Steve Silva - CRC Sophia - WORLD GT - 10.593
18th Kevin Hill - CRC Honda NSX - 10.632
19th Steve Silva - CRC Saleen - 10.667
20th Jay Devost - CRC Nissan - 10.689
21st David Dease - ASC Viper - 10.711
22nd Brian Crozby - CRC Corvette - 10.713
23rd Dan Engelbreth - CRC Mercedes - 10.734
24th Scott Stuart - CRC Ford GT - 10.746
25th Mark Grahm - BMI Mercedes - 10.806
26th Jamie Barret - CRC Porsche - 10.810
27th Kurt Swayze - CRC Pantoura Viper - 10.987
28th Ryan Fox - CRC Ford GT - 10.928
29th Darrin Quinn - CRC Nissan - 11.066
30th Vic Garcia - BMI Honda NSX - 11.174
31st Jesse McMichael - BMI Mercedes - 11.249
32nd Bob Gillier - CRC Saleen - 11.366
33rd Justin Blythe - BMI Ford GT - 11.837
34th Mario Comito - CRC Nissan - 16.537
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Old 10-11-2009, 05:47 PM   #1031
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Hello, I am about to get me a CRC Gen X10.

I am new to pan cars, but I have been running F103's for many years.
On our track we run gear ratio of 5.0 to 5.2 with 13.5T motors.
We run Zen F1 tires that we don't true, they are 57mm to start out with and have no idea about rollout. Running 0.4 pitch spur/pinion. 20T or 21T pinion and 104T spur on them.

Now here is my question.

How can I get this converted to the Gen X10 when I know what works on F1.
What spur is in the kit? What pinion do i need?
I also see there are many different compounds of tires to choose from in color coding. Have no idea about what that means either, would much prefer them to be shore rating. Our track is medium traction carpet. Will the spec WGT tires do from Jaco?
Jaco World GT Spec Tire, Front (Lilac)
Jaco World GT Spec Tire, Rear (Lilac)

Have ordered 3 Protoform bodies, Corvette, Sophia and the Mulsanne.

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where is this car available?
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http://www.teamcrc.com

I believe they also offer a European version with metric screws.

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Bill, really? I wish I had been aware of that...
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Bill, really? I wish I had been aware of that...
That could apply to just the 1/12th scales cars...
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