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Old 02-08-2011, 01:23 AM
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I have another question about the track. What is the condition of the track surface there? Loamy sand clay tacky slick? I know it will be different each time by a little but what is the general race surface like? And will there be a new layout for the track?

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After its watered its a pretty good track, as it dris it gets a little loamy in the corners but if you stay on your line it stays real good, traction is great. You love it after you drive on it..... The club does a great job to maintain it during race season.....
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[QUOTE=mudboger07;8622539]After its watered its a pretty good track, as it dris it gets a little loamy in the corners but if you stay on your line it stays real good, traction is great. You love it after you drive on it..... The club does a great job to maintain it during race season.....[/QUOTE

I took my son to play on it one day. This was the first time he had ran a track . BTW is that the direction you guys ran the track?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3U5pmknAILo
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After its watered its a pretty good track, as it dris it gets a little loamy in the corners but if you stay on your line it stays real good, traction is great. You love it after you drive on it..... The club does a great job to maintain it during race season.....[/QUOTE

I took my son to play on it one day. This was the first time he had ran a track .

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3U5pmknAILo
That must have been after the season was over? During season it get alot of care and the layout is changed on a reg basis...it keeps ya on your toes.
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Is that the direction you guy run? That was about 3 weeks ago.
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Is that the direction you guy run? That was about 3 weeks ago.
On that layout yes, its the correct direction. Im not sure if it will be changed for test and tune, but i assume it will be before the first race, well have to wait and see.....lol
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Is there a counter or something that I'm supposed to have?
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What tires does everyone run?
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Is there a counter or something that I'm supposed to have?
They have loaners at the track but i sugest getting an anb transponder of your own, there about $100 each but it saves time and you can mount it perminatly in the trk, with the loaners you have to put a hole in the window and use a body clip to hold it in and it needs to be returned to the race director after every heat so others may use it also, so having your own is a good idea.
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What about the tires? What do most use there?
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What about the tires? What do most use there?
I'll have to look at what i have and get back with ya on that one..
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Does it have to be and AMB?
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Does it have to be and AMB?
yea i think it does have to be a amb type transponder and as far as tires my boys use pro-line calibers and bow-ties and i use the aka cityblocks and enduros on our 2wd mod slash trucks.hope this helps and we are glad to c racing with us this year at the bullet!
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Is there a counter or something that I'm supposed to have?
Here is a link to a personal transponder . .

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ed-Transponder

or you can locate a used one, this is the older style amb personal.. .

http://cgi.ebay.com/AMB-Personal-Tra...item19c303a863

or we have house transponders to use as stated above.
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