Originally Posted by odpurple
You are right there. The one large asphalt track we have is pretty lame with stock brushed motors
But the guy we are talking about here is having trouble controlling his car with a 19t, so even if he is running outdoors a slower motor will help him learn.
We have been discussing the idea of silver can or something similar here. We have a couple of small carpet tracks and since they have allowed 13.5 in stock, there is no entry level class anymore
To add proof to this discussion: - I am the guy having trouble contolling my car, by the way... - the first 1/12th car I drove was a crc link car with a stock motor. It was after the race was over so the battery wasn't fully juiced up, but still had some runtime left. I had a blast driving that little car!!!
I hit a couple of pipes, but made it around the track fairly well. One of the faster guys stayed out and drove a few laps with me - I couldn't keep up, but I looked much better during that couple of minutes than I have since I got my own car and started running 19t.
Why don't I race in the stock 1/12th class, you ask? There was not enough interest and the class went away...
Thanks again for all of your help!
I will be racing again in a couple weeks at the two day race in Rapid City, SD. Anyone going???
I... - this is hard to type - can not... make it to the.... North Dakota Prarie Knights Casino race
I will let you know how it goes. until then,