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Old 01-07-2014, 07:06 PM   #1
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Who cans tell me anything al all about the RC-Le Mans Rennserie in Germany, Holland annd Belgium. Is it still active? Do you currently race in this series?

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Old 01-08-2014, 01:41 AM   #2
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Hello

Yes of course, the RC-Le Mans race series is still active!
For further informations please check www.rc-lemans.de !
Actually they`re planning the race calender for this season.

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Dale,

Yes these races are still active.
The RC Lemans races in some unlimmeted classes, but here in Holland we still know the Pro-10 Nationals with a maximum of 10,5T motors and non nitro bodies (f.e. Peugot 905 a.o.)

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Hi Dale,

Just like Robert said. Here in Holland we drive the pro10 class in the nationals with 10.5 turns boosted on 2s lipo.
Also the RC Lemans races are still running.

There is also an onofficial EC pro10 planned in the weekend of 29-30 March.
It is at an indoor asphalt track in the south of Germany. Near the Swiss border. This will be run just like the RC Lemans and open for everybody with a 235mm pancar.

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Just saw this thread now. Not much to add except Facebookpage from RC-Lemans:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rc-Le...237976?fref=ts
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Just saw this thread now. Not much to add except Facebookpage from RC-Lemans:
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Rc-Le...237976?fref=ts
Where can I get one of those bodies that most of those guys are currently running? I just put my CRC pro 10 back together and it's a blast to drive!
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@Yodog......The Germans run the Lola nitro 235MM bodies.
We in Holland in the nationals run the Group C bodies in 200 and 235MM
Like the Peug 905HD, Sauber C11, Nissan P35 all 235MM.
I run a Porsche 962 on my 10R5 and indeed it is a blast to drive

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@ YoDog

Here is a site ( it is in German though ) with a bodylist.
Just like Roy said, the Germans use the lola type body's. The Serpent porsche 962 is also a body they use.
https://hk-modellbau.com/default.asp...asp&kat_id=170
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Thanks guys, I will post a pic of my 235mm car as soon as I can. I'm getting so close to finishing my 260mm 1/8th scale pan car. Just need to decide on the direction I want to go with the front arm and king pin setup. I think people will freak out when they see this thing run.
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Can't wait to see pictures!
What 235mm pancar do you have?
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Can't wait to see pictures!
What 235mm pancar do you have?
My 235 is a CRC GenX10 LE with the 235mm conversion. I've been playing with a boosted 10.5T/1S setup at our small paved track. I think it's time to throw in the 4.5t motor!
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Nice!

We are here ( in the Netherlands ) racing 10.5 boosted on 2s lipo.
That is fun to drive! especially with long straights.
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Yodog?

You got the CRC widening kit on it?
If so, no problems with vibration on the rear due to the extensionhubs?.
If you run 10.5 with 1S, go for the 2S boosted setup like spacendeman said.
A lot of fun and you only have to look for 2S battries
If you have the time and money, come to the EC in Germany in march.
Open klasse 235MM pro10 indoor asfalt track.
Entry for every one who want's to join

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Yodog?

You got the CRC widening kit on it?
If so, no problems with vibration on the rear due to the extensionhubs?.
If you run 10.5 with 1S, go for the 2S boosted setup like spacendeman said.
A lot of fun and you only have to look for 2S battries
If you have the time and money, come to the EC in Germany in march.
Open klasse 235MM pro10 indoor asfalt track.
Entry for every one who want's to join

Regards Roy

Got a link for the event in march?

The CRC, Lajf Racing has a kit to widen it to 235 doing away with the extension hubs. http://lajf.se/nyheter/crc-gen-x10-235-breddningskit/
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I got a site but it is in german tho. ---> http://moosi-masters.com/viewtopic.php?f=13&t=3505
You could ask them on the forum if they would send info in english.
For some pics of the track see this ---->http://www.platzhirsch.net/rc-indoorpiste/
As to the widening kit form LAJF, i knew the one for Xray but didn't know that they did CRC also.
Nice tho

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