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Old 10-27-2008, 12:59 PM
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What is the format going to be as far as Quals and Mains?

I see you are running 6 minute quals and a 7 minute main. Is that going to be the same for this weekend?

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Old 10-27-2008, 01:23 PM
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Here's the promo video for the race.
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Sounds like there are quite a few guys from Indiana coming over for this one. Should be some serious competition in the 4w and 2w buggy classes.

Less than a week to go!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Originally Posted by Michael#81 View Post
What is the format going to be as far as Quals and Mains?

I see you are running 6 minute quals and a 7 minute main. Is that going to be the same for this weekend?

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That's what I'm expecting. In the past the Haloween race has always used the typical club rules and I don't expect it to be different this year.
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Old 10-27-2008, 07:07 PM
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I understand a small track change has been completed today. This will help level the playing field for any out of towners coming in for the race.

This one is going to be fun!
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Old 10-29-2008, 07:13 AM
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Does anyone know if house transponders will be available for this race?

I have the 2 PT's I normally run in my truck and buggy but I am also thinking about running a 3rd class and will not be able to swap transponders from round to round seeing is how my transponders in my truck and buggy are doubleside taped to the chassis.

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Old 10-29-2008, 07:57 AM
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Yes, house transponders are available.
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Anybody bringing a lathe? I have a buddy who might need a stock motor cut. Pm me please.
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That new layout looks like a ton of fun! Is it January yet?

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Originally Posted by Dasupacat1 View Post
Anybody bringing a lathe? I have a buddy who might need a stock motor cut. Pm me please.
Yes.
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That new layout looks like a ton of fun! Is it January yet?

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There has been a slight change from the track in the video.............
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ALMOST THERE!!!
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Hey can someone post a picture of the new layout? Any word on how moist the dirt will be? I am a planet/hoosier hobbies vet so I need to know if I should bring my 65 pairs of slicks
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hey chris
are you coming out of retirement? and you dont need 65 pairs of slicks - you'll just need 64 1/2.
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