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Old 08-11-2010, 08:00 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by Geezatec View Post
I dont understand the question. ROAR Rules are 75cc for .12 engines & 125cc for .21!! It's fuel!! Heat or prelims are 15-20minutes in time. Finals can be 40-1hr time. Average of a tankful is 8-10 minutes. Dont see why you all looking at 8 minute heats. 8 minute heat is more of electrics.

Someone enlighten me with the bigger fuel tank!! ROAR goes by Total Laps, time & fastest lap time!! Who needs a bigger tank with ON-Road!!!!??
8-10 minutes.... I want your engine. If you can get 5:20... thats extremely well.

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