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Old 06-27-2006, 04:50 PM   #1
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Hi guys trying to do a little research here where if any tracks in the country are running 4200 s ? seams 3800 are gonna be tight for a while any help would be appreciated thanks!
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Hi guys trying to do a little research here where if any tracks in the country are running 4200 s ? seams 3800 are gonna be tight for a while any help would be appreciated thanks!

Send me about a dozen packs and I'll start the trend towards allowing them here in North Fla.

Actually, The racers at our track(Hobby World In Jacksonville)voted on not allowing any new cells(or the IP 3800's)to be used any sooner than this coming september. We voted last year. So that no one had to run out and buy all new packs to remain competitive. The FOCARS series has voted nothing higher than 3800 for this season(and no IP's)also as have several of the other area tracks.

If nothing will be available but the new cells after this season so be it. There seem to be quite a few dead 3800's recently so hopefully the manufacturer will get the quality issue resolved asap.
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I know they are allowed for the cleveland U.S. Indoorchamps and the Vegas International Indoor champs if that helps any
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