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Old 07-15-2007, 01:14 PM   #16
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we're running ten minute mains in all classes except novice (beginners, newbe's etc). gas guys pit, all the electrics make it on 3800 mahs up and 3200 lipos up.
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Old 07-15-2007, 01:47 PM   #17
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The last race at the Farm we ran 4 10 minute qualifiers and a 20 minute main!

Lot's of track time!
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cain, i think our lil track is smooth enough for buggies....
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Agreed there. You should get a buggy here and show it off at the 28th.

I went ahead and got another mamba unit. after reading the specs of the servo I will be using, it will mate well even with 5V for the servo. and the price of $170 new shipped priority was just too good to resist, especially with all the features the mamba has.

Anyway, I will probably do some practicing this saturday on the track down here when my B4 comes in if the track is finally open, will see how runtimes go. If the track is open, you should come down Jason.
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