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Old 08-08-2011, 12:12 PM   #391
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i heard thru the grapevine that ROAR decided to change the voltage limit for electric paved nats (4.25 for 1s, 8.50 for 2s). what will the voltage limits be for iic. i know that this is a pretty technical question so far from the event, but for those of us that do not have the option of setting cutoff voltage in our chargers, it needs to be known. thanks
that would be true but don't be 4.251 like Joel Johnson was... that was a immediate DQ
I set my GFX to 4.23 and had it be 4.245 once when I went up once. so it's all dependent on the meter.....
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Old 08-08-2011, 02:59 PM   #392
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Optional timing rings allowed or not? I would think not but want to ask. I don't want to find out later that I could have used one that I didn't have.

Last year we could move the timing +10 degrees within the stock slot but nothing else.
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Old 08-08-2011, 03:16 PM   #393
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Optional timing rings allowed or not? I would think not but want to ask. I don't want to find out later that I could have used one that I didn't have.

Last year we could move the timing +10 degrees within the stock slot but nothing else.
No...must use the stock black 0-10* timing right....no RED or GREEN ring allow, and don't bother to try to paint the optional ring to BLACK..because it won't work, and they will tech all endbell.

Yes...you can adjust the stock timing ring from 0 to 10...and you should set it at 10*.
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Howard,
Thanks for clearing that up so quickly.
Saves a lot of people time even thinking about it and wondering if some guys will be doing so.

Can timing only as it has been in the past.

Lets race!

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HI guys,

As you can see, we posted the handout motor for the Amateur class as well as the weight for the classes.

As Howard posted, The black timing ring is the only allowed ring for the handout motor and you can adjust the timing 0-10 deg. And for those guys that have been there before, you know Jamie will be checking the rings It is a pretty simple rule. Cheat and your gone. Done.

Battery Voltage is 8.44V and 4.22V.

I am working to finalize all the paid drivers and those that mailed the entries in, when I get that done, I will have a drivers list posted. Just be patient with me guys.

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Old 08-09-2011, 12:27 AM   #396
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Scotty,

I searched the intchamps website as well as thread but couldn't find an answer.

If you sign up for amateur 17.5 sedan does this limit you in anyway for signing up for other classes? Can you run amateur and then run expert WGT?

Can you run both 13.5 and 10.5 WGT or is it one or the other?

Your website says any combination of 3 classes but I still wanted to make sure.

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Old 08-09-2011, 02:55 AM   #397
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Ive signed up for both WGT classes and cant see why it would be a problem as long as the spacing between heats is convenient.
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Are the Handout Spec JACO's going to be blues???
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Does anyone remember around what time the mains get done on Saturday? I was thinking of flying home Saturday but don't want to get a flight too early.
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Does anyone remember around what time the mains get done on Saturday? I was thinking of flying home Saturday but don't want to get a flight too early.
I've usually had flight out no earlier than 7 and had no rush on Saturday
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Does anyone remember around what time the mains get done on Saturday? I was thinking of flying home Saturday but don't want to get a flight too early.
I remember being packed up and on the road by 5 Saturday evening.
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Looking for some guidance on 1s cells what is the flavour of the month in the Usa.
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Any word on F1 rules/tires??
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Yes, the rule is I will personally hand you a set of tires when you register.

Oh...not the rule you were looking for. I will see if I can post them before they are on the site but first I have to find them and get the ok to do so. I think he left the country though...
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