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Old 10-14-2013, 06:51 PM   #16
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With a 21.5 motor in our CVTA class, I just ran a 3.88 FDR this past weekend at Lou's Speedway in London Ont. The Revtech came off at 135-140 degrees all weekend.
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Don't Canadian VTA rules only allow Novak motors ?
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Don't Canadian VTA rules only allow Novak motors ?
Nope, any ROAR approved 21.5.
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Nope, any ROAR approved 21.5.


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For the WCICS (Western Canada) VTA is any 21.5 motor with an open FDR. Open FDR was a rule change this year because tech on FDR was impractical...
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Old 10-15-2013, 06:28 AM   #20
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For the WCICS (Western Canada) VTA is any 21.5 motor with an open FDR. Open FDR was a rule change this year because tech on FDR was impractical...
Same for Ontario. At the Canadian Onroad Nationals back in March, CVTA was the second biggest class with 64 entries. No particular motor was the motor to beat. It was all about the driver and setup. That's with any 21.5, any FDR, and no cap on battery mAh.

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