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Old 08-05-2011, 09:16 AM
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Hey, back like 12 years ago I used to run in a BoLink Legends Spec class. For a while I also ran in a Trinity T-Spec class too. Are there any currently popular/sold spec class kits or racing scenes going on? I can't seem to really find anything. Just getting back to r/c and I miss the spec class races.

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Old 08-05-2011, 10:54 AM
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VTA is one of the strongest entry level classes going on right. Super easy to get into and you can find the rules at usvintagetransam.com/rules/index.html
Most of the time it's some pretty close racing and an exciting time.
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Old 08-05-2011, 11:26 AM
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Some places around the country are still running Legends and +1 on VTA...

www.rjspeed.com for the current version of the chassis
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f1 is also a good spec class

we run any production chassis
Tamiya f103,104
3 racing f109

foam or rubber f1 tire (no pan car tires)
A Silver can 540
and a stick pack style lipo

its hit or miss it depens on ur area

its relitevely cheep to
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@Pejota - Awesome link! Thanks for the info on the current Legends. The others suggestions were good too. Appreciate the help everyone. I think I might just break out my JRX-2 tonight :-)
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Originally Posted by cdwilliams1 View Post
Hey, back like 12 years ago I used to run in a BoLink Legends Spec class. For a while I also ran in a Trinity T-Spec class too. Are there any currently popular/sold spec class kits or racing scenes going on? I can't seem to really find anything. Just getting back to r/c and I miss the spec class races.

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TT-01 spec class, see Tamiyausa tcs for racing rules.

M chassis spec class would be cool too.

Open wheel racing is fun, lots of parts damage though.
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Originally Posted by superspeed View Post
TT-01 spec class, see Tamiyausa tcs for racing rules.

M chassis spec class would be cool too.

Open wheel racing is fun, lots of parts damage though.
not nerely as much as u would expect they are like little tanks

'i forgot abount the m chassis they are a blast to drive and have limited tuning to make it a drivers class
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