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Old 08-01-2011, 07:03 PM   #676
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anybody know the motor the top 3 was running in 17.5tc blinky??
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Old 08-01-2011, 07:10 PM   #677
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I would like to thank all 133 racers for making my job in RMT Tech such a breeze all week. Pretty much by the begining of the second round, everybody had their cars fitting, weighing, volting and temping as they should with very few corrections or DQ's. I have done tech at many Nationals and a couple of World events and this group of racers presented at pre/post tech and had their cars on the number better than any I have done so far......big pat on the back to all!! Thanks Mike Ivy for the help and to Al and Greg and all the un-named help for pulling this event off.

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I would like to thank all 133 racers for making my job in RMT Tech such a breeze all week. Pretty much by the begining of the second round, everybody had their cars fitting, weighing, volting and temping as they should with very few corrections or DQ's. I have done tech at many Nationals and a couple of World events and this group of racers presented at pre/post tech and had their cars on the number better than any I have done so far......big pat on the back to all!! Thanks Mike Ivy for the help and to Al and Greg and all the un-named help for pulling this event off.

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You guys often have a 'thank-less' job. Thank you for making tech a breeze. You guy had a good crew.
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can u please make those youtube videos mobile friendly....thanks
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Old 08-01-2011, 08:35 PM   #680
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thanks to everyone who made this race a success!! Al, Sharpie you guys did a fantastic job getting everyone who could to pitch in and make the track look awesome...like someone else said, having to clean and prep the track multiple times after 1 rain storm and 1 absolute torrential rain storm - I couldn't believe how perfect the track was come saturday morning...if it wasn't for all the mangled ez-up frames, no one would have known a storm came thru

Everyone on the RMT, thanks for making it a smoothly run race and keeping things as far as an umpire can it is a thankless job doing what you all did the last few days

congrats to all the winners!! all you A-main guys showed why you were there and you all know how to make toy cars fly!!

someone said worlds 2014, huh?? might not be a bad idea just do it outside the hurricane/tornado/monster storm season
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Old 08-01-2011, 08:36 PM   #681
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http://rcprogear.com/tagged/pavednats11

Okay, it's that time again. Please post in the tech info thread, PM or email me race information in the following format:

Class:
Name:
Chassis:
Motor: Brand (turns)
ESC:
Battery:
Body:
Tire: (1/12 only)
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I did my best with the tie-breakers. Let me know if you see any errors.
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Old 08-01-2011, 08:43 PM   #682
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You guys often have a 'thank-less' job. Thank you for making tech a breeze. You guy had a good crew.
Mark, did you run the TA06?
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Old 08-01-2011, 08:47 PM   #683
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Mark, did you run the TA06?
I did not. Not for the lack of trying. It needs just a bit more chassis. Some of the new graphite stuff looks great.

I ran the 417.

Btw, your OG414 would have been deadly at this track.
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Old 08-01-2011, 08:54 PM   #684
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http://rcprogear.com/tagged/pavednats11

Okay, it's that time again. Please post in the tech info thread, PM or email me race information in the following format:

Class:
Name:
Chassis:
Motor: Brand (turns)
ESC:
Battery:
Body:
Tire: (1/12 only)
Sauce:
Radio:
Charger:

I did my best with the tie-breakers. Let me know if you see any errors.
Class: 17.5
Name: Mark Dawson
Chassis: Tamiya 417
Motor: Team Epic (17.5)
ESC: Advanced Electronics Black Diamond
Battery: Revtech 6000
Body: Protoform LTCR
Tire: (1/12 only)
Sauce: AKA
Radio: RadioPost TS401 + RadioPost RPS2207M
Charger: MuchMore Legend
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I did not. Not for the lack of trying. It needs just a bit more chassis. Some of the new graphite stuff looks great.

I ran the 417.

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You just broke Juan's heart...
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Old 08-01-2011, 09:31 PM   #686
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What constitutes a stop and go. I was watching the mod main race and they called out a couple of stop and go's but I could not see on the video.
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Old 08-01-2011, 10:18 PM   #687
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Default Paul Lemieux and Rich Hohwart Battle in MOD TC

Paul Lemieux (XRAY T3'11) battles Rick Hohwart (AE TC6) to get the lead back to win the TC Mod A2 and championship at Jackson Raceway.

*Sorry about screwing up the video at the end. I had a vested interest in another racer.
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ERROR: If you can see this, then YouTube is down or you don't have Flash installed.
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Old 08-01-2011, 11:07 PM   #688
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anybody know the motor the top 3 was running in 17.5tc blinky??
1st - Cuffs - Reedy sonic
2nd - Horton - Trinity D3
3rd - if it's cramner, then it's Reedy sonic... if not, I'm sorry
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Old 08-01-2011, 11:16 PM   #689
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I had a great time at the race this week! I hope to see all the out of towners again. The comp was feirce and so were the bumpers lol but I learned alot.thanks to all my friends that were there and my friends the didn't race but came to watch. Roar team Al and that no meat eating Greg did a great job making this thing run smooth. Til next time later!
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Old 08-01-2011, 11:45 PM   #690
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1st - Cuffs - Reedy sonic
2nd - Horton - Trinity D3
3rd - if it's cramner, then it's Reedy sonic... if not, I'm sorry
Both had revtech packs and d3.
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