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Old 02-22-2008, 11:01 AM   #1
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We had our first pro10 race last Saturday. Eight entries with two more in the pits being built and two people wanting to buy cars. Mainly 10l's, but there was one new Corally. We are running 6cell or lipo with 13.5 brushless (4cell 19t is allowed but no one ran that combination). Lap times were a few 10ths faster than mod touring. Seems to be a good combination of easy to drive, but fast lap times. One car had a lipo down the side with 5oz of lead to counterbalance. All cars were 235mm, except one touring car with foams. gt body and 19t. We are having a series this season with two classes. One is 235mm/13.5 as above. The second is 200mm pan with the same motor/battery. You can also run a touring car (in the 200mm class)with GT body, foams and 19t. Out fast lap times were a couple of 10ths faster than mod sedan. 6cell/lipo with the 13.5 seemed to be a good combination as the lap times were fast, buy cars were very driveable. We ran 8 minutes, but the cars were falling off at the 7 minute mark with 4200s or 3600lipo, so we have decided to run 6 minutes. We want people to be able to run batteries they have and not be required to buy to new 4800 (or more) lipos to compete.
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