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Old 05-04-2017, 12:00 PM
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calling all bashers to come out and try racing!!! 52 entries last night and no novice class
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If you were to get a associated buggy for this track would it be the b6d and order the lay down trans or just get the b6?
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Old 05-06-2017, 04:58 PM
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If you were to get a associated buggy for this track would it be the b6d and order the lay down trans or just get the b6?
I run the stock B6d for better rear traction on this track, but as I get better I'll move to the laydown set up. Probably lots of opinions, but I would vote "d". The B6 is geared towards high bite carpet style racing out of the box.
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If you were to get a associated buggy for this track would it be the b6d and order the lay down trans or just get the b6?
Come down to the track , between Larry and the other staff someone is sure to have the info you want.. Most days you can probably catch someone running a B6 or B6D and see for yourself
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Looking forward to the JConcepts race in July. Any Schumacher drivers planning to be there? Would be great to get some inputs on setups, etc...
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Recently learned about this track. It's been about five years since I last raced. This track looks like a lot of fun and it's pretty close to me. Not to mention it's indoors!

What is popular now for 1/10th? Is 4wd Buggy popular at all? What brands are supported at the track, and what is the most popular class?

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your best bet drop in

if you check out Hobby Action RC Raceway :: Wednesday Night Worlds :: LiveRC and past races Hobby Action RC Raceway :: Archived Results :: LiveRC you will get a good idea of what they run
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Originally Posted by fast-ho-cars View Post
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if you check out Hobby Action RC Raceway :: Wednesday Night Worlds :: LiveRC and past races Hobby Action RC Raceway :: Archived Results :: LiveRC you will get a good idea of what they run
Thanks for the link. I see some names from the past there that I recognize. 13.5 4wd buggy looks interesting. Thanks.
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Who is running the states race this weekend? The new layout is very fun and should start getting grooved in after the laps run for club racing tonight.
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I had a great time racing with you all last night you have a very nice place to race and a nice shop I'll be in the area till April 1st so I'm looking forward to coming and racing again.
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New to Arizona and this track looks to be as close to me. I'm looking forward to checking out the 1/10 2wd seen here. I'm curious to know what classes are usually ran on Saturday's and/or what's "allowed" on the track (i.e 4wd sct) for open track days. Is there a ST class? 1/10 4wd buggy class?

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New to Arizona and this track looks to be as close to me. I'm looking forward to checking out the 1/10 2wd seen here. I'm curious to know what classes are usually ran on Saturday's and/or what's "allowed" on the track (i.e 4wd sct) for open track days. Is there a ST class? 1/10 4wd buggy class?

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Yesterday we had two full heats of sportsman and expert 17.5, 13.5 4wd and Stadium truck, along with mod 2wd and shortcourse. Come on out.
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Yesterday we had two full heats of sportsman and expert 17.5, 13.5 4wd and Stadium truck, along with mod 2wd and shortcourse. Come on out.
Wow. No kidding. Alright, thank you for the quick reply. I appreciate it.
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Hi guys, I'm traveling from Puerto Rico to Arizona for the Desert Classic race. I'm starting my prep and wanted to see if someone can point me in the direction of a good setup for B6 17.5 and B64 13.5. Thanks in advanced, really looking forward to it.
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Originally Posted by indybobb View Post
Hi guys, I'm traveling from Puerto Rico to Arizona for the Desert Classic race. I'm starting my prep and wanted to see if someone can point me in the direction of a good setup for B6 17.5 and B64 13.5. Thanks in advanced, really looking forward to it.
You might try asking on Facebook also. Search for Hobby Action RC Raceway.
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