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Old 02-06-2006, 05:43 AM   #46
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Reinhard, (current WC... still on form, and with the might of tamiya..)
Hara, (never discount him)
Hirosaka (sp?), (ditto, and his JRMCA champ run was awesome)
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Old 02-06-2006, 06:25 AM   #47
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so brushless (assume both Novak and LRP/Reedy) is now approved for the Worlds?
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Jilles Groskamp will win !!! His home track (also mine) is MACH Heemstede, that's a big track to and he has plenty time to practise there .
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Old 02-06-2006, 02:43 PM   #50
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And David Spashett will be driving the new Corally SP12X, should be interesting.
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And David Spashett will be driving the new Corally SP12X, should be interesting.
SP12X????? Corally has a new 1/12 coming?
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Pics in the Corally section, as well on the site of Helgar Racing - UK importer.
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so brushless (assume both Novak and LRP/Reedy) is now approved for the Worlds?

I believe it was approved at the beginning of 2005 for use at electric.
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i don't agree with people being able to use brushless motors in modified.

It's a totally different type of motor and should have its own class.

It's similar to having mod motors legal in stock class.
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i don't agree with people being able to use brushless motors in modified.

It's a totally different type of motor and should have its own class.

It's similar to having mod motors legal in stock class.

If so, why donīt all run brushless? The rules are set so they will be as equal as possible. It will interesting anyway.
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Brushlles are aproved for worlds (and LRP masters in Aprli). The million dollar question is will anyone use them?

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Oh yes! The real question is whatīs best.
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Jilles Groskamp will win !!! His home track (also mine) is MACH Heemstede, that's a big track to and he has plenty time to practise there .
Sure, the MACH circuit is covered with foam and oil of the Serpent guys He might have a chance but he will be for sure in the finals.
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Why dont you use the things god gave you and look at your names?

I was talking to trf_racer.
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Brushlles are aproved for worlds (and LRP masters in Aprli). The million dollar question is will anyone use them?

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After seeing how fast Barry Baker's brushless was at the Novak touring car race at Trackside, if the track is wide open and flowing I don't see how a brushless will not win. The thing has insane speed just seams to be lackign some bottom end grunt.
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