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Old 07-26-2005, 11:25 AM   #31
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I ran 19T sedan this weekend to keep the 19T regulars humble
How'd ya do ??????? You know i cant resist when it comes to some good smack.......... I was pretty happy with my 6 month old reedy.
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Qualified 2nd behind Joel Bandera, pulled a super holeshot past him at the start and spun out in the 1st left hander due to an unglued premount tire . It would have been all over if the tire had been ok. I had turned a bunch of 13.6's and one 13.3 on old tires in Q2.

Oh well that's how it goes. Thats the first bad GL tire I have had in 3 years!
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Yeah, well I did a 10.2 at my track
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Old 07-26-2005, 01:59 PM   #34
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Yeah, well I did a 10.2 at my track
Hmm...Mini-Dub must run at a Mini-Track

That not the shortest lap time I have heard of though. At Fernando's track (R/C Toys for Boys) they were doing 6.9 sec laps in Mod.
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Ha, 1/12 mod must be doin 90 laps. Boy would that get boring.
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Hmm...Mini-Dub must run at a Mini-Track

That not the shortest lap time I have heard of though. At Fernando's track (R/C <a href='http://consumeralertsystem.com/cas/zx-hclick.php?hid=106' target='_blank'>toys</a> for Boys) they were doing 6.9 sec laps in Mod.
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Old 08-01-2005, 02:35 PM   #37
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OK, in Belgium Nationals you can choose the timing in 19T-class, i now its stupid.

Just wonna fly with my Reedy QM!!!
Since when do you drive the Belgium Nationals 19t

May looking for advice for a friend

Or is it for driving at the rcr track?

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Since when do you drive the Belgium Nationals 19t

May looking for advice for a friend

Or is it for driving at the rcr track?

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its 4 kicking you ass buddy
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I have not tried the standard enduros but I will do so in the next few weeks.
Have you had a chance to try the Enduro brushes with this motor setup yet Adrian?
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Not yet. I am going to try it with Sprints Edges next at the request of a friend that works at Orion USA. He says they are even better than the full width brushes.

Sadly I will be putting away my 19T V2 after this week as The US ROAR Nats are at my home track and I have to start running the Trinity C2 19T to prepare (The C2 is the 19T Handout).
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No worries, Good luck with the Nats.
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You might be able to run 5.00 or lower if the track is long and flowing. My track is 140x70 and has tight and flowing sections. You really need a motor that has it all. Grunt and top end.

Pit Crew - The FL racing scene is pretty brutal. Every club race is like a nationals. Everyone has team level batteries, two GFX's, They buy a dozen motor to find a fast one, cut and rebrush every run in every class, new tires for the main, etc. But this is why the A-Mains in Stock and 19T at every big race in the last couple of years have been full of Floridian racers.
that aint nothing try running 19 with barry baker or josh newman of even kinwald, thats what its like a SoCal , thats just touring ...the off road track has the likes of pudge, truhe, and peanut running two wheel mod making the main every week is brutal here too homie....bitter
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that aint nothing try running 19 with barry baker or josh newman of even kinwald, thats what its like a SoCal , thats just touring ...the off road track has the likes of pudge, truhe, and peanut running two wheel mod making the main every week is brutal here too homie....bitter
I run mod against Paul Wynn every weekend. Everyone you just mentioned finished behind Paul in the invite class at the Reedy this year so I know how you feel...lol!

Paul is also the 2004 19T Nats winner.
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I run mod against Paul Wynn every weekend. Everyone you just mentioned finished behind Paul in the invite class at the Reedy this year so I know how you feel...lol!

Paul is also the 2004 19T Nats winner.
seeing is believing...19t is way better with the PAID drivers they take it more serious than the guys who race it all the time...its going to be fun anyway...how is the track ? good traction or what....
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Its 140x70, sealed, smooth, med/high traction. Tosso said it has more traction than most CA tracks.

Layouts are generally flowing with a long straight and one or two tight sections. Fast Mod guys are turning low 12's, 19T high 12's to low 13's, and stock is turning high 13's.
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