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Old 03-15-2004, 07:13 AM   #1
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Hi, my rc airplane club its about to enter to the rc truck worlds and we are starting with a 1/10th offroad category ... so i need for you guys to post or email me TRACK PICTURES in order to find the best/better/low cost /layout way to mount a track, we have available a dirt terrain of 70m x 40m aprox.

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this is my hometrack....

www.usgaschamps.com
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i understand you run gas but damn that track is huge. did you take the pic from the drivers stand.
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this is my hometrack....

www.usgaschamps.com
Marvin tells me that the track design is going to change for the U.S. gas champs. See you there in 2 weeks
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just a helpful hint or two.

put the straight on the back of the track away from the drivers stand. people need to be closer to the bumps and jumps and really don't need to be close to their car to see their car going down the straight.

don't make it an oval when you run the track make it so you drive in a clock wise direction which is mostly right turns. every serious road course track runs this way.

try not to put your big jumps running against the straight on the next lane over so you don't have a chance of someone flying off the jump and smacking dead infront of someone smoking it up the straight.

just because you run gas mostly doesn't mean you can't put a jump in the middle of the big double to help the electric guys double single.
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HeY!!!

Nash we had that happen at one of the tracks by me, it wasn't a pretty site for the truck going down the straight, but the truck jumping on to straight just drove off.
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i understand you run gas but damn that track is huge. did you take the pic from the drivers stand.
lol ...it's designed for 1/8 buggies.....1/10 trucks and monsters also run their too.

here's the latest layout. ..next week will be the US GAS CHAMPS.


US GAS CHAMPS in Sun Valley , CA.

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