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Old 11-05-2004, 09:09 PM   #1
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Cool York, Pa 17404 by any chance???????

I live in York, Pa Looking for a Nitro track. Im getting tired of the parking lot scene.

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Old 11-25-2004, 09:12 AM   #2
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Ok does anyone that come in to view this thred live near York, Pa 17404? Lookin to smoke someone lol

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Bumps and Jumps is right up 83 in etters. it is indoor offroad nitro and electric. i'm sure there are a few people there that are up to your challenge.
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Old 12-02-2004, 01:04 PM   #4
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There is Newville RC Speedway. They run nitro dirt oval. Pit Stop Hobbies in Mount Joy runs off-road nitro classes for 1/8, 1/10 truck and I think monster trucks.
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Old 12-02-2004, 07:38 PM   #5
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I live in the area, Mount Wolf to be exact. What parking lot do you use? I have a new HPI RS4 3 SS I thought of running at the Eastern Market on the off days. The other track not mentioned is Wiley's dirt oval on rt 74 Dover near Gifford Pinchot. I like Pit Stop the best just 'cause I lived in Lancaster and went there the longest. What vehicle(s) do you run?
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Old 12-02-2004, 07:41 PM   #6
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Just looked at your pics so I know at least two of your rides.
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Old 12-02-2004, 07:45 PM   #7
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Here is a picture of Bumps and Jumps.
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Old 12-03-2004, 05:55 AM   #10
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Awesome nice to see I have some peoples close to me...I was beginning to wonder. Maybe I will see you all around then.

TimLosi...I drive the Rs4 3 hooped up.... and the Revo. The Rs4 3 would be able to keep up with yours wink wink...Nah just kidding I think I dont know if it could.
I use the York, Fair grounds alot and/or The new Target parking lot at times. It all depends whos smoother.
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This almost makes me want to move back to York. I was not aware there was this many tracks in the York area. My only issue with coming back to York is I could not settle for Roundtop anymore as my main ski area. Would just be too damn boring!! I wish you guys luck in your racin there and maybe the next time I come back I'll have to bring my stuff and hit up one of those places. Only problem would be do I bring the 12 and Sedan or the BK2 and MF1?!!!

Is there a site for Bumps and Jumps for me to check out? I would not mind going there sometime when I'm in the area. What is the hot tire setup for that track for electric buggy and truck? If you want to know where I race you can check this site: http://members.aol.com/IRCRaceway/
We have had some top drivers here such as Kinwald, Amezcua, Brown, and Francis. Kinwald even stated in a mag article that our track was one of his favorites.

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Bk and the MF. Run bald soft compound tires and if you bring nitro you must use scent additive.

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Bk and the MF. Run bald soft compound tires and if you bring nitro you must use scent additive.

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So pink compound Losi tires would work well there then? Sounds like you have a hard pack clay surface such as us. Does it develope a blue groove or is it pretty much blue groove all the time? Does sound like I would not have much trouble adapting to your surface then. Looking at your results page I see only novice and mod. I assume you do stock only in novice and it does not have it's own seperate class? Our track runs novice, stock and mod.

Only reason I mentioned the onroad stuff for I know about the track in Hanover and would not mind trying it out as well.
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