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Old 10-10-2003, 07:22 PM   #61
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Originally posted by speedxl
greg i think what they want is try to immulate the racing foremat in japan where they are racing for eight minutes i see six being a limit and thats pushing it.
With the increase in cell capacity and quality I think we will be racing 6 minutes fairly soon. I think it will happen at the club level first, than ROAR & IFMAR will follow suit. At national level racing it may be hard to get as many races through the day, but race organizers will overcome this or they'll have to limit entry's like gas racing. I also think to keep modified motors from melting during these long races we will probably drop a cell or two.

Of course what do I know? I'm just a little guy who buys my stuff.
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