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Old 12-13-2005, 08:00 AM
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As I keep saying none of Brady Jnr. cars are prepped, they are being run as they have been for the best part of a Year!.(I am on a slack attack) Maybe next year I will find more time and room to work on the cars. He might have won one class on the weekend but you should have seen the number of motors lying around in bites on our table trying to get a half reasonable motor for him to race with. The problem was that we needed 3 motors to run the cars for the weekend so we just had to compromise with 2 of the cars.
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Old 12-14-2005, 12:28 AM
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sounds like the race was pretty good.

All this interest, we might need a practice weekend in January.
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I reckon! I hope to have my B4 by then! I'll need to get it sorted before racing starts!
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Old 12-14-2005, 05:26 AM
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Count me in Guy's.

We might need a working bee leading up to the new season as well.
The track's rougher than this Brickie I know!
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Old 12-14-2005, 03:02 PM
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Yeah,a practice run in January sounds great .Besides,I gotta get away from my girlfriend she's already doing my head in with Sunday plans.Help me!!!
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Old 12-15-2005, 12:46 AM
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I was there Yesterday and walked on the track, it didnt look that good in some areas.

We where talking about preping the track surface with stuff. I see in some sections the surface is breaking up. What can we use to seal it? Just after the front straight we might need some curves made from cement. Hey I know some brickie that might be good at it. Since we are there we might paint those old looking curves as well.

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Everyone agrees the track needs work.
There are some club members who take care of mowing lawns etc....
Maybe if a few of us can spare a day or two over the break we can pretty it up some more.

You have to watch out for that rough brickie though, he either won't show up, or charge a fortune

Now I bet that builder won't miss a few bags of cement................
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also ladies, remember knox will hold the VIC titles next year and from all accounts it will be held earlier in the year, like this year, so i think we all need to band together and make the track DA BOMB
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Old 12-17-2005, 01:32 AM
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I was looking at the thread about the arcmarc offroad titles next year and was wondering who is making the trip over their. It's only a few months away and It might coincide with my work. Im thinking about going.
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i shall be headin over
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Andrew have you guys got a day planned for that working bee?
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BG,

There are quite a few going to Perth.

No date set for working bee.
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I Should be going, but we are not sure yet.
For me n OZracer, it's at least $2000 There and Back, Accomodation and Car hire. So we shall just wait n see, i'd love 2 go
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Whats the deal with motors in mod off-road now boys. Forgive me for being ignorant but its been a while since I played in the dirt.

Same deal as on-road in that brushless are legal for '06 provided that they are 'IFMAR legal'?

Just thought I'd check now before we all splurgle on motive power for next year...
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