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Old 10-20-2010, 06:29 PM   #331
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I'm new to the electric scene. I want to run in the pro corr class with a slash. What is the typical motor that is run? Thanks-Andy
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So to re-clarify, pro corr is open to 17.5 and stock motors, plus any tire? I think we need a clarification of what you guys ran this past weekend.
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Old 10-20-2010, 08:04 PM   #333
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I'm new to the electric scene. I want to run in the pro corr class with a slash. What is the typical motor that is run? Thanks-Andy
Most are running 17.5 brushless but you are allowed to run the stock brushed motors that come in the kits.

This class is new at Bumps but it is looking like its really going to take off. Pro SCT and Mod buggy are looking like two of the bigger classes to run offroad so far.
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So to re-clarify, pro corr is open to 17.5 and stock motors, plus any tire? I think we need a clarification of what you guys ran this past weekend.
That is correct.
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Most are running 17.5 brushless but you are allowed to run the stock brushed motors that come in the kits.

This class is new at Bumps but it is looking like its really going to take off. Pro SCT and Mod buggy are looking like two of the bigger classes to run offroad so far.
2wd or 4wd mod buggy?

Maybe I'll have to get the B44 back on the track, I haven't ran that thing in a while. (maybe because I sucked with it, lol)
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So there is still the box stock spec class that you have to run the stock tires and everything.
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Jason H - Do you want these hubs on 10 degrees or do you want to try something different? I should have a set for you to try next sunday.
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So there is still the box stock spec class that you have to run the stock tires and everything.
They still have their normal spec class they had last year where you can pretty much out of the box stock. I think they had two heats of those this week.
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Old 10-21-2010, 06:51 AM   #339
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2wd or 4wd mod buggy?

Maybe I'll have to get the B44 back on the track, I haven't ran that thing in a while. (maybe because I sucked with it, lol)
In 2wd mod buggy 10.5 to be the motor of choice or a few messed around with 13.5's and some timing boost if they ran Tekins or Castle speedos. The 10.5 they are not really changing the timing any as they are plenty fast.

For 4wd I honestly have no idea what they run in them when they do run them. If they where sensorless Castle setups the 5700kv or 6900kv where the motors that they used but other than that I don't know.
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What's up you wild Canadian?

yep wyd has it right
I updated the rules on the web site last weekend to reflect all the changes.
So hopefully there all correct on there.
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chris, see u sunday. thx for help.

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In 2wd mod buggy 10.5 to be the motor of choice or a few messed around with 13.5's and some timing boost if they ran Tekins or Castle speedos. The 10.5 they are not really changing the timing any as they are plenty fast.

For 4wd I honestly have no idea what they run in them when they do run them. If they where sensorless Castle setups the 5700kv or 6900kv where the motors that they used but other than that I don't know.
Ah, okay. My questions was more in regards to the comment you made about SCT and mod buggy being the bigger classes. I was curious to know if it was 2wd mod buggy or 4wd. But I am amusing you were referring to 2wd.

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Not too much Chris how are things going? Looking at coming up there to run the points series this season.

Wyd: So what tires is everyone running on the pro trucks. Just need an idea of what I need to be on pace.
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Ah, okay. My questions was more in regards to the comment you made about SCT and mod buggy being the bigger classes. I was curious to know if it was 2wd mod buggy or 4wd. But I am amusing you were referring to 2wd.
Sorry about that.

So far I think it was Pro Corr SCT 2wd as the biggest class, then 2wd mod buggy, I think spec SCT was 3rd and then I think it was 4wd SCT, Mod SCT, and Mod Truck, and 1/8 electric. I think that was the ordered in attendance this weekend.

2wd Mod buggy had I think 16 entries and I know 4wd SCT had less than that but not sure what the exact count was.
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2wd or 4wd mod buggy?

Maybe I'll have to get the B44 back on the track, I haven't ran that thing in a while. (maybe because I sucked with it, lol)
I have some interest in running 4 wheel as well.. and am in the process of putting something together!
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