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Old 09-05-2011, 11:52 PM   #16
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Over here

Stock TC= 13.5 zero timing

Stock PRO10 (200-235mm) = 10.5t 2s lipo with dynamic timing esc.
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Old 09-06-2011, 12:22 AM   #17
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At Hangar 30 it is...

TC: 17.5/blinky
1/12th: 13.5/blinky
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Old 09-06-2011, 12:45 AM   #18
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In NZ (onroad)
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Old 09-06-2011, 01:18 AM   #19
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at our club it is

0 timing (Citrix speedo only)
13.5 motor (Speed passion V3 only)
fixed gearing 4.0

we have some great races and the most important thing is everyone has the same speed on the straight , so it is up to the drivers skills and car set up
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Old 09-06-2011, 02:22 AM   #20
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just 17.5 no boost
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Old 09-06-2011, 02:35 AM   #21
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we only have one class in sedan, which is 13.5 boosted, or 27t.... (any of these types of motor are allowed - ballraced 27t etc).

Just for the hell of it, i'd like to crank up the timing of a 27t armature in a mod can and see if it could produce some good laps to challenge 13.5, I doubt it would, but it would be interesting to see how much off it would be....
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Old 09-06-2011, 02:57 AM   #22
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we only have one class in sedan, which is 13.5 boosted, or 27t.... (any of these types of motor are allowed - ballraced 27t etc).

Just for the hell of it, i'd like to crank up the timing of a 27t armature in a mod can and see if it could produce some good laps to challenge 13.5, I doubt it would, but it would be interesting to see how much off it would be....
What on earth is a sedan? Never heard of a sedan race in the UK.

Stock TC in the UK is a fiasco right now. Depending on club or series, stock can be any motor between 10.5 and 21.5, with or without boost.

My local club is moving from 13.5 open to 13.5 blinky for the coming season which is a step in the right direction as 13.5 open was much too fast compared to the 27T brushed it was "equivalent" to a couple of years ago.

However, the "big" indoor series that the club will run this winter (www.cmcc.org.uk) will have three classes, 10.5 open, 13.5 open and 17.5 open which is at least one too many, but without the BRCA taking a lead on stock classes, you can't drop a class or make it "blinky" without causing a bunch of complaints.
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Here in Croatia , Stock is 10,5 T open
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Old 09-06-2011, 05:28 AM   #24
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In France we are on 10.5t open but maybe not for next year, I can see 13.5t open in 2012
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13.5 Boosted


Comparison:

Stock 13.5T = Lap Average 18.100
Mod = Lap Average 16.700


Data from the last portuguese national championship race. Winner in Stock, and winner in Mod.
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Old 09-06-2011, 06:07 AM   #26
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What on earth is a sedan? Never heard of a sedan race in the UK.

Stock TC in the UK is a fiasco right now. Depending on club or series, stock can be any motor between 10.5 and 21.5, with or without boost.

My local club is moving from 13.5 open to 13.5 blinky for the coming season which is a step in the right direction as 13.5 open was much too fast compared to the 27T brushed it was "equivalent" to a couple of years ago.

However, the "big" indoor series that the club will run this winter (www.cmcc.org.uk) will have three classes, 10.5 open, 13.5 open and 17.5 open which is at least one too many, but without the BRCA taking a lead on stock classes, you can't drop a class or make it "blinky" without causing a bunch of complaints.
being on an American forum with an American sponsor does make you change your words, sedan = American word for touring car

Example... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YDVuQ5oXHIk

As we race on a small track (10x15m about 7 or 8sec laptimes), I doubt blinky would make much difference to our laptimes and is just another thing to enforce = waste of time for club racing adding to the fact that our racing is still close with the boosted class.

As the track gets bigger, naturally the difference is noticed more in laptimes.
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Silvercans rule!
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Here in Nashville,TN home of the 2011 USVTA Southern Nationals in Music City,USA...our stock class for TC/sedan is 17.5 ROAR rules(blinky) on spec tires.

some ppl call VTA and GT stock classes as well cause of the spec everything for each class.
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Here in Nashville,TN home of the 2011 USVTA Southern Nationals in Music City,USA...our stock class for TC/sedan is 17.5 ROAR rules(blinky) on spec tires.

some ppl call VTA and GT stock classes as well cause of the spec everything for each class.
Will you stop that! I'm trying to make a point here!
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Here in Melbourne Australia its 21.5t boosted.
hey j sin im in thomastown where do u race im vince
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