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Old 01-22-2007, 05:50 AM   #16
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Schumachers work pretty good as well...
You werel really fast in the main also. Stock guys are doing well. I was going to work on my CW initimidator this weeknd But never got the chance. I was given the shop car to race but buddy broke it and I spent all day sunday tring to get parts to fix with no success.

I'm going to be trying some things on that car that are a bit different.

We will run stampedes, truck , legends, 2wd BUggies,

I don't want this to sound like we will not run these becuase of the talk of the 4wh drive classes
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Old 01-22-2007, 03:46 PM   #17
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The 2wd buggies what body style is that gonna be? Late model or EDM?
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Old 01-22-2007, 04:59 PM   #18
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latemodels. open arms break a-arms

but if enough want to run edm we can start that class to
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Old 01-22-2007, 06:57 PM   #19
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I currently have a Losi BK2 buggy, Losi XXX-T truck and a Losi MF2 truck that are setup for off-road, waiting for the summer. I assume any of those vehicles would need touring car shocks, different shock towers, foam or slick tires and a dirt oval body. Or is there a class without having to virtually redo the vehicles?
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Old 01-22-2007, 07:38 PM   #20
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Mike gerths New fast lap in latemodel modified
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Burm fast lap 3.559
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Will there be "Dog Piles" on the track that the racers have to dodge as they do at the Oshkosh Dirt Track?
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Old 01-22-2007, 09:25 PM   #22
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Hey Burm.....take a look over your shoulder. Thats Biker RIGHT behind you. 78 laps 5:00.5. 2 tenths off the track record. Great run Mike!!
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Damn, that's fast.
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too much fun. Speedie was on a tear in the qualifiers also until he had some mechanical 'issues'.

I have a feeling once Buddy gets his car going again, and Packfan gets his back on the dirt, we're going to have some AWESOME monday night racin!!
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Yea thats racing. Had to have a bad night to get it out of my system. I learned alot tho with all of the changes I made. C ya next monday...
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I currently have a Losi BK2 buggy, Losi XXX-T truck and a Losi MF2 truck that are setup for off-road, waiting for the summer. I assume any of those vehicles would need touring car shocks, different shock towers, foam or slick tires and a dirt oval body. Or is there a class without having to virtually redo the vehicles?
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Put foams or street tires on the truck and run it as a truck in truck. Had a class of stock trucks last night. What we used to do with "Buggies in the way back before time" if you wanted to run the latemodel body. Simply make a area for the front shocks to fit through. Or you can buy the lower shocks so the body works good to.
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Just a reminder, No Dirt Oval this saturday due to the WCTS being run on the carpet. We will not allow any practice on the dirt to prevent glitches and others problems which could happen. We will flip/flips the same idea for the day of feb 3rd
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Dirt circles...............good
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Well, its done. I will see if I can drive it tommorrow.
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Dont forget that side dam.
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