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Old 05-20-2006, 10:48 AM   #16
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It's doomed now!

Soooo sorry ...
Did`nt mean to "Rain" on your thread...


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Old 05-20-2006, 10:54 AM   #17
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Nothing to do with the "Rain" thread, it's just when you LIKE something it gets the kiss of death, kinda like you boycotting the ROAR Stock Offroad Nats at PeelIt, cause your to cheap to buy a personal transponder and they wont let you run a brushless.

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Old 05-20-2006, 05:06 PM   #19
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That is a very nice track. Racers in the northwest should feel really fortunate to have such a nice place to race!!
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Old 05-20-2006, 06:47 PM   #20
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Just left SIR. this is my first time racing remote control. This is the best time I had, had a better than racing computer games. Good track, Good people and a Good time.
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Old 05-20-2006, 06:47 PM   #21
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That is a very nice track. Racers in the northwest should feel really fortunate to have such a nice place to race!!
thanks

hope you guy's can use the info and look past all the other stuff.
as i said in the begining i started this for everyone's info.
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Old 05-20-2006, 06:52 PM   #22
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great day of practice today at S.I.R.
Alex Lopez, Peter Robinson, ran a few packs and got to try thier hand at train racing.
Keith Yu stopped by later in the day.
Thanks for coming by guy's hope you had a good time

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Old 05-20-2006, 06:56 PM   #23
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Yes,

SIR is one heck of a nice place.

If anyone ever gets the chance, come on by and visit this place.
Its about 25 min south of Seattle.
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Old 05-20-2006, 07:36 PM   #25
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SIR is one heck of a nice place.

If anyone ever gets the chance, come on by and visit this place.
Its about 25 min south of Seattle.

SIR is a great place !
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We did an enduro like this a few year back here at S&N Trackside. But Im wondering how, "any chassie" is alowed? So it fair it one team shows up with 6cell 1/10 pan car, another with a 4cell 1/12, yet one more has a buggie with foam tires and the rest with touring cars on rubber tires? How will that work?

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The advert does not give full detail of the rules, the chassis required is any 4wd touring sedan, 6 cell sub-c NIMH battery of any capacity. All of the rules are on the main thread for the enduro.

This is the third or maybe fourth Fat Tom Enduro @ Rain City . Always a blast. I have never done one, so it will be a first for me! Should be good fun, I'm looking forward to seeing how the T2 holds up.
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Why another thread? So isn't that what the whole northwest forum is for? Does the electric forum really need to hear SIR updates?

If you wanted to start another thread (god, why?) why not on the Racing Forum where tracks like SoCal and Trackside have threads going?

It would probably better suit you, and RC TECH if your newest thread was moved there.


it is electric and On-Road afterall

Wes is correct though about this thead being moved to the Racing Forum like all the other tracks have done
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That is a very nice track. Racers in the northwest should feel really fortunate to have such a nice place to race!!
yep this place is top notch, alex and i ran there today and had a blast. got some good track time in with our cars before the reedy race too.
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yep this place is top notch, alex and i ran there today and had a blast. got some good track time in with our cars before the reedy race too.
Peter: This it Luis from Orlando, Hey if you read this have Gave or Alex call me. I need to know where to shipp Gaves bodie to. Thanks.
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