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Old 11-13-2008, 08:47 PM   #1
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Default Caster Racing at the RC Pro international finals!

Proof that Caster has a true racing product. Who are these guys? Not famous, just regular racers..just like you...



What is funny is that if Cameron Martin would have raced expert with Lutz, Cavalieri, and Wheeler, he would have came in 12th or 13th in the A main.....

Hey sportsmen who won, you might want to get on board with the sponsorship offer from Caster....

Truggy A main pro 4th and 11th and CGladish in the B main pro all Caster!!!
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Old 11-13-2008, 08:54 PM   #2
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Good point. Clayton Neil let me drive his buggy before and the car did handle surprisingly well. This buggy is underrated.
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Old 11-14-2008, 06:43 AM   #3
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Originally Posted by jpz_67 View Post
Good point. Clayton Neil let me drive his buggy before and the car did handle surprisingly well. This buggy is underrated.
Caster made a VERY good showing at the finals. Good bang for the buck, and I drove Ed Garcia's car when he still ran for Caster, and liked it... his setup was a little edgy, but the car would sure turn!

I understand there were previously some ring-and-pinion issues that have since been resolved, and the big bores are a nice upgrade too. The car is VERY nicely made, parts fit properly with no problems, it is a much better quality product than anything I've seen in the same price range.

I'm not certain but I think Caster may offer a .21 in their RTR also, so it is actually class legal. Nice move, a very positive step for the beginning driver.
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Thanks Domit.

It's good to see people are taking notice of our progress.
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