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Old 12-02-2003, 12:59 PM   #1
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anyone here race in kz speedway in sun valley 1/10 electric?
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the track is now called Marvin's Hobbies and Speedway......
the name "KZ Speedway" is long gone...

...new owner and new management........mostly racers.
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is there a new website? so any info on electric racing?
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If you can get together electric racers then they can make up a class for you guys.

There are no electric racing because electric racers don't show up.
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oh, but is the track ok for electric practice? or is it too big?
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it won't be too technical for you....the track is built and designed for 1/5 and 1/8 scale cars....but still a lot of nitro 1/10 come to the track to practice and race. It's one big fast track. You might want to bring the lowest turn motors you got and charge up your best batts.
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There are plenty of ways to cut the track to make it as long or short as you want. Just watch out when you merge lanes!
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I've always liked SV speedway the best. Since I'm still fairly new to 1/8th, having a track that doesn't have wood boards all over the place is nice since it keeps the repair bills to a min.
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