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Old 05-17-2009, 03:36 PM   #16
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im going to try the track in avon park,i heard it was a big track and one of the best in florida,i talked to the guy that runs it and it sounds like there is a good group of guys there that would not mind helping a newbee out.
What are you running them on buggy/truggy??? I raced there 2 weeks ago (1st place in slash and 1/8 buggy ) the aka i beams hooked up awsome out there in soft compund on my buggy. City blocks on the truggy !!
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did u use soft ,med,hard,
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Old 05-17-2009, 04:04 PM   #19
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did u use soft ,med,hard,
Soft ibeams, they keep it wet there so tire wear is noo problem

http://dcrcpark.proboards.com/index....lay&thread=164
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