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TQ A.F. TSR A800
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Old 11-22-2013, 03:15 PM   #1891
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Those tracks do look awesome!

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there's nothing like running on curbs instead of barriers my 'home' track has had curbs for the last few years - even when the ROAR nationals came to town, all the drivers loved them
How big are the barriers? Last month one of the tracks I raced at used the RoadRail Racing System. My "home" track RD was there racing with us, too. We all agreed the RoadRail was much nicer come into contact with than the heavy, non-forgiving boards we typically use.

http://www.roadrailracing.com/
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Those tracks do look awesome!



How big are the barriers? Last month one of the tracks I raced at used the RoadRail Racing System. My "home" track RD was there racing with us, too. We all agreed the RoadRail was much nicer come into contact with than the heavy, non-forgiving boards we typically use.

http://www.roadrailracing.com/
they are tall enough to keep cars from jumping lanes. they only have the curbs on the turns or what would be a turn

here's a shot of the track in action to give you an idea

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t_8GpINfduA

or google Jackson rc
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Old 11-22-2013, 04:02 PM   #1893
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We are using rain gutter down spout it is very forgiving. This is the way our current layout is done with islands. I want to build a new layout in the spring.
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Old 11-22-2013, 08:31 PM   #1894
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We are using rain gutter down spout it is very forgiving. This is the way our current layout is done with islands. I want to build a new layout in the spring.
I remember this track!
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Old 11-22-2013, 09:25 PM   #1895
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Those tracks do look awesome!



How big are the barriers? Last month one of the tracks I raced at used the RoadRail Racing System. My "home" track RD was there racing with us, too. We all agreed the RoadRail was much nicer come into contact with than the heavy, non-forgiving boards we typically use.

http://www.roadrailracing.com/
That'd be awesome! Too bad we wouldn't have any way to lock down the course on the asphalt. Well, that and it's pretty pricey.
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Old 11-24-2013, 08:46 AM   #1896
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HPI 4495's in F/S!
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Old 11-27-2013, 08:41 AM   #1897
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New body from Mcallister, 2014 Riley Technologies Daytona Prototype

in stock http://racevta.com/index.php?cPath=31_33

Need to get one painted quick for the Minnreg Turkey Shootout this weekend, first time USGT racer
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Old 11-27-2013, 11:39 AM   #1898
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I remember this track!
When have you been to this track? I don't remember seeing new faces in a while here and I'm here almost every race day.

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in stock http://racevta.com/index.php?cPath=31_33

Need to get one painted quick for the Minnreg Turkey Shootout this weekend, first time USGT racer
Sweet!! Want one now
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in stock http://racevta.com/index.php?cPath=31_33

Need to get one painted quick for the Minnreg Turkey Shootout this weekend, first time USGT racer

Is this body legal for USGT? I was not too sure, gonna order it anyway !

Here is my latest project NISSAN GTR GT3 NISMO
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I dont see why it wouldnt be
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Is this body legal for USGT? I was not too sure, gonna order it anyway !

Here is my latest project NISSAN GTR GT3 NISMO
except for the cord height on the rear lexan wing, looks good. Where from?
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I think Marcus was asking about the DP body posted earlier. He's already running the Nissan GTR body (I believe) on his son's Vaterra.

Marcus, dig a few pages back regarding our discussions about the use of DP bodies in GT.
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except for the cord height on the rear lexan wing, looks good. Where from?

There is no rule on chord lengths. That is a WGT wing and has a very short chord measurement anyway.
My question was about the Riley body but i see that has already been addressed!

That is a VAterra NISMO GTR body.

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what about this one? http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...dproduct=36112 (as for the price, if you stay on the page it drops to like 25-30 bucks)
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There is no rule on chord lengths. That is a WGT wing and has a very short chord measurement anyway.
My question was about the Riley body but i see that has already been addressed!

That is a VAterra NISMO GTR body.
Sorry, my miss-wording, Maximum Height, side dam height. 10mm max

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