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Old 08-22-2013, 09:29 AM   #346
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EA Tuned mabuchi 540! Should make it interesting! LOL

Im sure Scotty will make an announcement here soon. He is in China at the FEMCA 8th scale nationals right now and should be home on Monday or Tuesday.

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what about the ea tuned reedy quad mag 19 turn?? lmao..I say it should be ea tuned orca
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what about the ea tuned reedy quad mag 19 turn?? lmao..I say it should be ea tuned orca
I still got some of those bad boys in my box of brushed stuff. Along with KD-19's and 1000's of brushes! Time for Vintage class at the IIC!

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Old 08-22-2013, 10:31 AM   #348
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Sanyo round cells making a comeback as well?
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Old 08-22-2013, 11:13 AM   #349
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I still got some of those bad boys in my box of brushed stuff. Along with KD-19's and 1000's of brushes! Time for Vintage class at the IIC!

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that could be fun..i say make it a tc 4 club spec..lol..reedy quad mag..and stratus body..ohh..and round cell..lol
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that could be fun..i say make it a tc 4 club spec..lol..reedy quad mag..and stratus body..ohh..and round cell..lol
If that's the case. I need to buy nothing. My equipment meets all specs.

Quad magnet check
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Tekin BC112 check

While at it, can I use my Yokomo inch-ups too?
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So... I mounted up a Lexus LFA body for SpecGT, but with the chassis needing to be 190mm (so no wheel spacers) the car looks like crap with that much overhang. the Protoform Camaro and the LFA are not meant for 190mm chassis without wider treaded wheels (USGT) or wheel spacers for slicks.

Going to run it a bit and see how it feels, but I figure for the goal this class is going for (realistic looking racing/ cars) the 200mm bodies on 190mm chassis looks like amateur hour basher spec IMHO.
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Yeah, I don't understand why 200mm bodies were on the approved list as they won't look good on a 190mm wide car. I have put the HPI M3 on one of my Mi5's and like how it is working. I am going to try a 911 body as well but certainly won't be looking at any of the 200mm bodies.
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As we are quickly closing in on the 2013 International Indoor Championships the time has come for us to announce the system that will be used for the Spec GT Class.

The system that will be used in every car that runs in the Spec GT Class will be powered by the Tekin RS GEN2 Spec Speed Control and the 17.5 Gen 2 Motor.

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Old 08-23-2013, 01:19 PM   #354
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As we are quickly closing in on the 2013 International Indoor Championships the time has come for us to announce the system that will be used for the Spec GT Class.

The system that will be used in every car that runs in the Spec GT Class will be powered by the Tekin RS GEN2 Spec Speed Control and the 17.5 Gen 2 Motor.

Nice! Good job Tekin! Looking forward to see how they run.
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So don't forget to sign up now and see if you have what it takes to become the Spec GT Champion!
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WOW Nice!! That will be fun, can't wait... VEGAS BABY!!!!!!



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As we are quickly closing in on the 2013 International Indoor Championships the time has come for us to announce the system that will be used for the Spec GT Class.

The system that will be used in every car that runs in the Spec GT Class will be powered by the Tekin RS GEN2 Spec Speed Control and the 17.5 Gen 2 Motor.

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Nice! Now I may run the spec class. Where that body list again?
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As we are quickly closing in on the 2013 International Indoor Championships the time has come for us to announce the system that will be used for the Spec GT Class.

The system that will be used in every car that runs in the Spec GT Class will be powered by the Tekin RS GEN2 Spec Speed Control and the 17.5 Gen 2 Motor.

What did I win for guessing the Spec speedo right?
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Class prices remain unchanged from 2012. You may register for a maximum of three classes at the event, which can be any mix of sedan and pan car classes. If you plan to run Amateur 17.5 Sedan, your first class entry fee is $195; if not, your first class will be $175 if it is a tire handout class, or $160 for non-handout classes. Second and third entries will cost $100 for tire handout classes, or $80 for non-handout classes. Your most "expensive" class will always become your primary class for registration purposes

(am I reading this right) $195.00 to race.
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Class prices remain unchanged from 2012. You may register for a maximum of three classes at the event, which can be any mix of sedan and pan car classes. If you plan to run Amateur 17.5 Sedan, your first class entry fee is $195; if not, your first class will be $175 if it is a tire handout class, or $160 for non-handout classes. Second and third entries will cost $100 for tire handout classes, or $80 for non-handout classes. Your most "expensive" class will always become your primary class for registration purposes

(am I reading this right) $195.00 to race.
If you are racing amateur touring, yes. If you are racing a different handout tire class, then it will be $175. For anything else it will be $160.
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