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Old 06-19-2017, 04:56 PM   #1
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Default ELECTRICS INVITED THE YEAR TO THE DeSOTO CHALLANGE HOSTED BY G.L.A.R.C.R.C.

We have included electric cars and superbikes to this years DeSoto/Serpent GP. A lot of our guys are racing electric TC, we want to see how these cars will run on the monster track at the Artesia Transit Center. We found that 10.5 does great on that layout, traction is always awesome as we spray the track with VHT. We also have power available as well as air to blow off your racecar. The race flyer is posted, come out and have some fun!!
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Hello, Nice to see an electric TC class included into your race schedule. Is the class for 10.5 motors only? Boost or non boosted? If you are open to suggestions, most TC electric guys don't usually have 10.5 motors lying around. And I don't think they are willing to buy one just for one race. Most tracks offer a 17.5, 13.5 and a modified class. I would aim for those instead if you want to pull more draw. . Just my opinion. Take care!
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10.5 is definitely not a normal wind to have. 17.5/13.5 and open mod is generally what we run as Realtek pointed out.

Hope the feedback helps.
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