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Old 01-16-2008, 11:15 AM   #1
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Default Vintage nitro gone electric series

Roar has aproved li//bl w/ rules that are made to keep the same basic electric classes around. Now, from the experiences of alot of people I believe it would be great to get a large li//bl 20+minute mains series up & running that would only help to push for better use of this technology. To keep race days short I think it would be best if people decided on 3 classes for the entire series. Perhaps; li//bl pro truck, E-8th scale, & E-monster truck. I believe that the buggies & truggies should be kept at a max battery of around 115watt hours to help keep them at a safe speed for corner marshalls. A neu 1.5d on a 4s lipo will easily make 20 minutes w/ this.(6kmah 4s lipo w/ a little room for variations in cells). Then any lipo config for 2wd trucks because the chasis has power limitations. Opinions anyone?
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