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Old 12-11-2016, 08:19 PM
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2017 NSW/ACT XRS - XRAY RACE SERIES - ISTC

HEI in association with the XRAY, CMCRC, RC Core, SMA and NORRCC are thrilled to announce the First year for NSW and the ACT's premier interclub series for Electric Onroad. The XRS Interclub Series puts the best Clubs and Drivers in the State and Territory against each other in a series of one day meetings (practice the day before).

Official release of Documents and Dates for the 2017 XRS are attached.

1. 2017 Rounds – Confirmed Dates

Rd 1: SMA 4-5 February,
Holbeach Avenue, Tempe, NSW
www.smaracing.org
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php...417241&fref=ts

Rd 2: Castle Hill Raceway - 4-5 March,
Castle Hill Showground,
Carrington Road,
https://www.castle hillraceway.com
https://www.facebook.com/Castle-Hill...66709/?fref=ts

Rd 3: ACT Model Car Racing Club 27-28 May,
Fitzroy Pavilion Exhibition Park Canberra ACT
AOC Carpet – Racing Indoors
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/7164877321/

Rd 4: John Grant Intl. Raceway (Moorebank) – 7-8 October
Helles Avenue
Moorebank
NSW
https://www.nswrcrcc.com

Rd 5: Newcastle Onroad RC Car Club – 18-19th November,
Williamtown Park,
Nelson Bay Road,
Newcastle, NSW
https://www.newcastleonroadrc.webs.com
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Newcastle-O...24932/?fref=ts


Control Tyres
Much More Rush 36X
Part Number - MR-RS-PGA36X
Cost - $40.00 Per Set

Control Motors
HOBBYWING XRS MOTOR JUSTOCK G2 - 13.5 (XY309950)
HOBBYWING XRS MOTOR JUSTOCK G2 - 21.5 (XY309960)
Cost - $70.00 Outright purchase
$15.00 Hire for the race day

Motors can be purchased trackside or from www.nbhc.com.au or www.rchobbyland.com
Hire motors are released trackside only on race day morning.
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Thanks Ari for making this happen, it is much needed in NSW/ACT.
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Thanks Ari for making this happen, it is much needed in NSW/ACT.
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Hopefully this is the boost TC needs in NSW.
Won't be able to do all events, but I'm in for as many as I can.

Great job Ari, can't wait, should be fun.
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Can't wait for this, hopefully Moorebank can slot nicely between Canberra and Newcastle
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What motors will the juniors be running ?
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Originally Posted by aussie372 View Post
What motors will the juniors be running ?
The AARCMCC Junior proposals has these to be used
https://hobbyking.com/en_us/turnigy-...-approved.html

However the series might chose something different.

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Im really considering making the trip from brisbane to run at SMA and in the ACT.
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Originally Posted by TryHard View Post
The AARCMCC Junior proposals has these to be used
https://hobbyking.com/en_us/turnigy-...-approved.html

However the series might chose something different.
Thats why the question was raised .
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Final details have been posted in the first post, just missing one date for the Moorebank round. Please see attached Document for event info and guidelines.

We can not decide what motor to run for Juniors... 21.5 or 13.5?? At this stage it will be open motors for Juniors to make things a little easier. What wind motors do you guys think we should use??
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Hi Ari,

When will the motors be available for purchase?

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I think everyone should run the same motor and it should be 21.5

a. they are juniors (no disrespect)
b. 13.5 are very fast - you will end up with a lot more damage because not all juniors that are going to be racing are going to be really really experienced

If they are all running 21.5 it will be an even playing field.

on a side note I think that they should be a one make and geared to the same FDR - that is just my thoughts (I know that rule didnt go through with AARCMCC and I think it was a dumb decision .

p.s. lets all go out and buy $200 motors even though some of us cant afford it but is the only way we can stay competitive

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Final details have been posted in the first post, just missing one date for the Moorebank round. Please see attached Document for event info and guidelines.

We can not decide what motor to run for Juniors... 21.5 or 13.5?? At this stage it will be open motors for Juniors to make things a little easier. What wind motors do you guys think we should use??

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Originally Posted by Rockin Ron View Post
on a side note I think that they should be a one make and geared to the same FDR - that is just my thoughts (I know that rule didnt go through with AARCMCC and I think it was a dumb decision by AARCMCC)
What decision are you referring to? It was proposed to go to fixed (well upper limit) FDR for OnRoad with the control motor proposal and the clubs voted against it.
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We can not decide what motor to run for Juniors... 21.5 or 13.5?? At this stage it will be open motors for Juniors to make things a little easier. What wind motors do you guys think we should use??
If I understand the question correctly, I think it would make sense to adopt the AARCMCC Junior Sportsman rules which specify a motor and FDR cap. However, since it's not an AARCMCC event, there could be some adjustments. If that's not desired, then a 21.5 wind motor seems a logical choice and maybe just the same one as the other 21.5 guys?

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Originally Posted by cplus View Post
What decision are you referring to? It was proposed to go to fixed (well upper limit) FDR for OnRoad with the control motor proposal and the clubs voted against it.
Please utlise a PM to ask questions like this, and also any aarcmcc issues or decisions please us their thread.

This event is going to be Awesome, and long needed, so let's keep it all positive.

I'm with Phil 100%.
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