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Old 06-03-2006, 07:02 PM   #16
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AND HE WALKED AWAY Very, very nice track.
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Old 06-03-2006, 07:34 PM   #17
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Oh damn Drew.... i have track envy....

That looks sweet... Large open tracks... no boards..

How do you stop people from cutting?? are the edges raised?
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Old 06-03-2006, 09:26 PM   #18
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I think the corner dots do a good job
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Old 06-04-2006, 01:55 AM   #19
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Oh damn Drew.... i have track envy....

That looks sweet... Large open tracks... no boards..

How do you stop people from cutting?? are the edges raised?
No we usually just have rope, some of the corners don't rope but most of us are honest drivers. The only class that we have trouble with that is 540.
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Hey drew can you send me the actual video if you have it? because i cant get the website 1 to work.
Send it to [email protected] if you can.

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Ahhhhhi getcha.. had a look at the gallery. Netball courts? LoL..

I got a bit ahead of myself. I thought it was a fully on bermed wunderkind track like they to the TCS at over in Japan. I've never seen anything like that in Australia.

Still, the track looks very nice. Lots of interesting corners like a proper road course. Too many tracks are simple straights with simple radius bends. It looks like alot of fun to drive. More freedom to explore different lines..
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4 netball courts if i remember the amt of poles we pulled out. The club has only just been given permanent rights at this site so its an ongoing work in progress. It is a fast open track with a good arrangement of tight twisters with a back straight capable of near 60m.
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Hey drew can you send me the actual video if you have it? because i cant get the website 1 to work.
Send it to [email protected] if you can.

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I don't think I can as the actual video is on windows media player and it the same as the one on the website. If it doesn't work on the website you may need to up date you media player or something.
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i just put togther my first x-ray car(t2)yesterday and i am amazed at the fit and finish of the parts.i was running ae ft tc4's,the t2 is miles ahead in quality,fit,ease of assembly and im sure it will drive just as well when i race it for the first time this coming friday,i cant wait!!!
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i just put togther my first x-ray car(t2)yesterday and i am amazed at the fit and finish of the parts.i was running ae ft tc4's,the t2 is miles ahead in quality,fit,ease of assembly and im sure it will drive just as well when i race it for the first time this coming friday,i cant wait!!!
it's miles ahead in every department mate
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i just put togther my first x-ray car(t2)yesterday and i am amazed at the fit and finish of the parts.i was running ae ft tc4's,the t2 is miles ahead in quality,fit,ease of assembly and im sure it will drive just as well when i race it for the first time this coming friday,i cant wait!!!
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