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Old 03-29-2009, 09:55 AM   #16
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i read that AE is going to release tires that can put down more power.


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Old 03-29-2009, 08:33 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by charly71 View Post
im sitting here thinking that i cant remember the last time i ran a 17.5(im 37) i guess ive always ran a mod truck and i ran an 8.5 most of the time. i think alot of the people at my track are thinking a 10.5 for our track. my track to this point is going to do a spec class for slash and then an open sc10/slash class i think thats kind of a good idea as the spec class last summer was huge and we dont wanna upset that and there was alot of people that wanted a modded class so with the addition of the sc10 we now get our wish.
Sounds like a good idea keepting the Slash spec class but I hope the tracks adopt some sort of rules like the SCT rules for classes that accept all chassis. An "open" class is just going to open up a can of worms.

Look at how successful Spec Slash is. Create the same success in the SCT class by limiting the class the same way except with a variety of chassis.
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