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Old 09-23-2010, 12:30 PM   #31
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were can I preodder the wc car from.
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were can I preodder the wc car from.
The best thing to do is contact you Local Hobby shop that is a RCAmerica dealer and let them know you want one, as they can pre-order it for you.

If your LHS shop is not a dealer you can ask them to get intouch with us and we can set them up with a dealer account.

Also there are many online dealers you can pre-order the car from.

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Drew I have heard the Carbon rims are hard which I think would make the feel of the shore a little different from regular rims or light rims.

Therefore how do I know which shore or equivalent Capricorn tires would I choose if coming from regular Jaco / Twister tires or I should use the same shore as the type of rim would not make a difference ?
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Drew I have heard the Carbon rims are hard which I think would make the feel of the shore a little different from regular rims or light rims.

Therefore how do I know which shore or equivalent Capricorn tires would I choose if coming from regular Jaco / Twister tires or I should use the same shore as the type of rim would not make a difference ?
That's a good question. I think it safe to say you can stay with the same shore. When Ralph changed from running Jaco to Capricorn we stayed with the same shores. We pretty much run 35 fronts with 37 rears for qly's and for the main it all depends on tire wear. If we can get away with the 35,37 combo for the main we will. If not then we go a little harder. Ralph is really good on the whole tire thing. Sometimes we have ran 4 different shores. Like 37 lf, 35 rf 42lr, 40rr. So it just depends on the wear. But I think it would safe too say you could go with the same shores. Hope that helps.

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Hudy Limited Edition Tools

Check these lightweight limited edition tools from Hudy. For more info on them check out www.hudy.net. RCAmerica is taking order for these now.

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For the XRay guys going to the MidWest series race this weekend. Andy P., Fabio E., and myself will be up there. If you need any help getting the most points in for the last race, feel free to stop by with your questions. One of us should be able to help you.
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That's a good question. I think it safe to say you can stay with the same shore. When Ralph changed from running Jaco to Capricorn we stayed with the same shores. We pretty much run 35 fronts with 37 rears for qly's and for the main it all depends on tire wear. If we can get away with the 35,37 combo for the main we will. If not then we go a little harder. Ralph is really good on the whole tire thing. Sometimes we have ran 4 different shores. Like 37 lf, 35 rf 42lr, 40rr. So it just depends on the wear. But I think it would safe too say you could go with the same shores. Hope that helps.

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Max Power XXL3 WC Engine

The engine Ralph Burch used to win the World Championship in Houston.

Part number, MX12MAXXXL3WC

Pre-order yours today. If you have any question's post here, or for more info check out www.rcamerica.com, www.rcmaxpower.com.

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Max Power XXL3 WC Engine

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Part number, MX12MAXXXL3WC

Pre-order yours today. If you have any question's post here, or for more info check out www.rcamerica.com, www.rcmaxpower.com.

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Whats the street price it.
its should be $450-$500
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The SSP is $530.00 on the engine.

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Xray Challange's


Guys we are looking to do alot more Xray Challange's in 2011. If you have a track or race at one and would like us to come do a event. Let me know.

We are looking for 2 tracks in the Midwest, 2 tracks on the westcoast and 2 tracks on the eastcoast.

Anyone can race. This is just not for Xray car's its for everyone. The idea is to help promote racing as a whole.

Any info would be great.

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Xray Challange's


Guys we are looking to do alot more Xray Challange's in 2011. If you have a track or race at one and would like us to come do a event. Let me know.

We are looking for 2 tracks in the Midwest, 2 tracks on the westcoast and 2 tracks on the eastcoast.

Anyone can race. This is just not for Xray car's its for everyone. The idea is to help promote racing as a whole.

Any info would be great.

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I'd like to recommend Blue Diamond for one of the tracks on the east coast

That would give me a reason to drive back
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