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Old 09-12-2010, 06:33 PM   #706
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I noticed there was only 1 guy in 17.5 1/12 that was able to do 10.3 lap times.

What motor did he run?
Trinity Duo2 tuned by Nasa. I have to thank the Obama Administration for that motor.

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Old 09-12-2010, 06:53 PM   #707
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Cool Podium Pictures!

Good Evening,

I have some of podium pictures up at www.rcinsider.com from the IIC race in Las Vegas yesterday!

Just got back from Las Vegas I will have some interviews and video up this week...

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Old 09-12-2010, 07:27 PM   #708
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What Chassis was Brian Bodine running in WGT 13.5 and what chassis was Brian Wynn running in WGT 10.5?
They were CRC's latest version of the GenX10. I understood the name has not even been picked yet. It's a leaner, meaner, cleaner version. It's a solid plate chassis - no Losi tray any longer, the shock has been replaced with the Encore, and the Big Mac sandwich at the front has been replaced with a simple single piece with only long or short wheel base options. Front track width is fixed at what would be "medium" on the old car. It uses the GenXL side links.

My wgt was awesome the moment I unloaded it. I built it the day before I left and with the set up from Dumpers Speed Shop, it went right to the front. I changed the pinion once for R4 to see if it would pull another tooth and failed. I put it back! Dumper built his with the optional long upper arm to work better with the increased corner entry speed of expert 10.5.

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Old 09-12-2010, 07:49 PM   #709
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Isn't that the Gen-X 10 DSS Special? LOL
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Any idea's what the top guys were rolling out at in 1/12 mod,13.5 and 17.5?
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Josh was using a 3.5 in 12th mod. He would have to answer the r/o. It sounded sweet, that's all I know! 13.5 was about 75mm. About 95mm in 17.5 no boost.
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Default Charging station left at IIC

Someone left their multi-pack charging station at the IIC last night. We took it home with us to Cali at Scotty's request.

Just PM me with a equipment description and your shipping address. I will advise what the shipping cost is pronto. FYI...Have great discounted shipping from my work.

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Old 09-13-2010, 12:19 AM   #713
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anyone know what esc/motor are the hot tickets in super stock?
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Old 09-13-2010, 12:47 AM   #714
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Thanks for the kind words from the people that attended the 2010 IIC. What an awesome week. It is always great seeing all of the racers and seeing everyone enjoy themselves. Scotty and I are still in Vegas and will be at home on Tuesday. I will up load the rest of my pictures at that time. The internet at the hotel is not real good.
I have some pictures posted up on my site Here

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Old 09-13-2010, 03:58 AM   #715
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Is Naoto having issues or what? I was expacting a tad bit more from him. Jet lag... Time change...lol

I have jet lag the entry week, awake at 02:30 and at 04:00 every day never got out of it.

The car well he did get it up to speed in the last one, donít now what changes he did but I did talk whit his mechanic and told him what I think he have to do, have now idea if he did or not.

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Did T.O.P. have a 1/12th scale at the race?
Did see the prototype. don't think anyone race it.

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Old 09-13-2010, 04:32 AM   #717
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I want to extend a big thanks to Scotty and his team for putting on a top notch event and keeping to the tight schedule which I find extremely important and helpful at such a big race. This was my first large-scale onroad race and enjoyed every minute. I look forward to more races hosted by Scotty in the future.

A special thanks to all of the SpeedMerchant guys, without whom I wouldn't have had such a great time and a successful first race. I can't thank you enough for all your support over the last year and half.

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anyone know what esc/motor are the hot tickets in super stock?
Tekins and Duo1 or Duo2
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I am grateful that Scotty and the crew made this yet another race not to forget. The Vegas races have always had something special about them. I really hope the tradition can continue. I too, was one of the last minute entries to the event, and couldn't be happier that I did go.

I see in other threads people are re-hashing the old arguments about brushed motors and the complaints about not knowing how to set-up a speed controller for stock racing with all the advanced dynamic timing profiles. Scotty took it a step farther, and used the new limited software in the 17.5 classes. I believe that the races in these classes was fair. It tightened competition across the board. People that want to create a division where competition is about chassis maintenance, clean and efficient driving and choosing a proper gear for the conditions, this is the class you have been looking for.

I want to give thanks to the event sponsors for helping make this race possible. I especially want to thank Speed Merchant, and Tekin and K.O. for the support from the people they had on site. It makes a big difference when you can turn to reps from the companies you are using products from.
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Great race as always. Scotty and his boys are the best in the biz. I think this year was one of the best.

Thanks again Scotty and to all that make this race happen.

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