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Old 08-19-2008, 11:05 PM
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i dont think i understand,

so now at the end of the year i cant run my TG in my MTX4 in the Gas Tourer class, so i either have to buy a new engine or run the TG in the Pro Tourer class

or is there going to be 3 classes, beginners; eg. RTR: BV-1s, V-oneRs, GPX4 and NTC3s

TG class; where u can run any chassis with a TG engine in it

Pro Tourer: the open engines.

if it is the first one wouldnt it make people not wont to race as they may have just bought a TG to be competitive and know it is basically useless

if these 2 are wrong can any1 explain to me what is going to happen with out all the boring info, just what is happening, what class with the TG be run in and what is going on with Gas Tourer.

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Old 08-19-2008, 11:47 PM
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Club Rules - SEQ interclub rules will not change.

This is not ment to be RTR class but a class that any chassis can be used but with a fixed cheap motor.

Take that RTR motor out, slip in a TG and you are away or remove the Pro Tourer Power plant add TG any one can run.

I'm told most GT guys are using the TG anyway.

Do'nt forget the rules are draft only minor alterations are underway.

and should be available from the ORRCA QLD site soon.

Location and Timing of event Soon
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Old 08-20-2008, 02:10 AM
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THANK YOU, the is exactly what i wonted to know. its good to hear that there are no big changes.

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Old 08-24-2008, 03:04 AM
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Since when is a World Championship winning chassis such as the V One R classed as an RTR like the BV1 chassis?????
It may not be as modern as the current crop of chassis on the market today, but it has the record that proves it has won at the World competition level.
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Old 08-24-2008, 03:18 AM
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Excuse my noobness but what are TG engines? I dont suppose i could run a Kyosho GXR18 which is a kit pull start engine in the Pull star class in my FW06 can i?

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Old 08-24-2008, 03:41 AM
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Originally Posted by Renault_Tech View Post
Excuse my noobness but what are TG engines? I dont suppose i could run a Kyosho GXR18 which is a kit pull start engine in the Pull star class in my FW06 can i?

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The " TG " engine is the OS TG .12. It is a .12 3 port competition engine putting out roughly .70 Hp. It qualifies for the Gas Tourer class.
Yes you can run that engine
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Great. Thanks for that info. You wouldnt happen to know what power the stock GXR15 puts out would you? Ive tried searching the net for answers but come up dry.
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Old 08-24-2008, 04:06 AM
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Originally Posted by Renault_Tech View Post
Great. Thanks for that info. You wouldnt happen to know what power the stock GXR15 puts out would you? Ive tried searching the net for answers but come up dry.
Well, I don't know exactly, but the approved engine list for the club I go to has it listed as being approved for the Gas Tourer class. So it must be less than 1Hp to qualify for that, I'll keep looking.
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would you be able to show me the list of approved engines by any chance??
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Old 08-24-2008, 05:56 AM
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Originally Posted by Renault_Tech View Post
would you be able to show me the list of approved engines by any chance??
If you go to the web site http://www.wynnumrc.com/rules.html
at the end of this document are the approved engines listing.
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Thanks for that mate. Alot of my questions have been answered!
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Old 08-24-2008, 03:30 PM
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Renault, you might want to read the AARCMAC rules. If you want to compete in the Pullstart class of a state or national title you cant use the OS TG motor as it isnt a pullstart motor. I think QLD are the only state running the OS TG motor in the Interclub and club meets at the moment....I could be wrong.

4.2 All cars must be commercially available and sold as 1/10 200mm pull start chassis kits
4.3 Any 2.11cc (0.12 Cu In) commercially available after-market pull start engine (i.e. sold
specifically as a pull start engine, examples - RB, OS & Nova Rossi), or up to 3.0 cc (0.18 Cu
In) KIT/RTR pull start engines.

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The OS engines TG is available in a pull start version and this version would be allowed to be used in the Aarcmcc pull start class
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So according to the above post and the rules, i cant run the GXR18...
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So according to the above post and the rules, i cant run the GXR18...


or up to 3.0 cc (0.18 Cu In) KIT/RTR pull start engines.


If the engine come in the car when new, it can be up to and including a .18 engine, also an engine from another RTR car can be used as long as it's a .18or under.
Only after market engines have to be .12's, plus all engines need to be pull start or rota start.
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