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Old 05-05-2010, 06:13 AM   #781
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What's the tire(s) working best here?
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What's the tire(s) working best here?
Tom if the track is blown off and allowed to groove up instead of being watered the revolvers worked very well. Everything was slippery after it was watered.
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Old 05-05-2010, 12:53 PM   #783
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Thanks Rob! Anyone else use a tire that worked well? Just need some suggestions for my order.
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calibers tom they work when its dusty and wet
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at night small pin no doubt.
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Old 05-05-2010, 09:56 PM   #786
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Thanks guys! I'll see you on june 5th to race at Drums again. Unless I see you at Hobby Hut sooner. I plan on making it there on the 16th.
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just wondering if drums is open for practice on saturdays? Besides race days what drums schedule look like?

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The Track is open Tuesday through Saturday for practice (weather permitting)


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I'm glad this was brought up, is there a cost for practice? What is the procedure?
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Tom if the track is blown off and allowed to groove up instead of being watered the revolvers worked very well. Everything was slippery after it was watered.
Which compound, M2 or M3's?
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Which compound, M2 or M3's?
M3, soon m4. =D
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tom same as what joe said buttttt i was testing m2's on my truggy last race and it was hooked didnt try any on my buggy though
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we gotta get a cash race or something big together draw in a huge crowd for this great track.. any luck with the lucky 7 race joe
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well all this shitty weather is to clear for the weekend
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well all this shitty weather is to clear for the weekend
Brian and i spent 4 hrs at hhq yesterday in the drizzle. It took me that long to expel the demons from my buggy and make it drive with some manners. Looking forward to the next race there. Lay out is a rip and the surface is back like it was last year with great grip.
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