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Old 08-08-2011, 04:59 AM
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hi all , im new to rctech & the concept of rc racing , i have a question , where do i get reading matter on racing rules (on road). could some 1 plz help me here ?
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Old 08-08-2011, 06:17 AM
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Originally Posted by shane d
hi all , im new to rctech & the concept of rc racing , i have a question , where do i get reading matter on racing rules (on road). could some 1 plz help me here ?
http://www.aarcmcc.org/ (Australian On Road )
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re: ty Blis for the info , this is 1 BIG clad to surf & find every thing in , cheers
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Old 08-09-2011, 04:12 AM
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re: ty Blis for the info , this is 1 BIG clad to surf & find every thing in , cheers
Shane..

Apart from the rules, pipe stinger, body heights, wing heights etc etc...

The key difference to an AARCMCC over a club day event is that once the event commences, the track is closed to all testing and practice outside of the event schedule. This was the most difficult aspect of racing compared to club racing.

So you have to be ready and for example in the case of a 2 speed change, it could mean throwing away a qualifier to get it right. We just had our AARCMCC Qld titles... hope to see you there next year..

Oh and...

It REALLY doesnt matter how fast or slow you are, the more drivers the better the event and the track becomes and you WILL LEARN A LOT!
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ty Blis for the tips & advice , but hell m8 i carnt drive these for nuts lol
Im all over the road let alone put me on a track
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Originally Posted by shane d
ty Blis for the tips & advice , but hell m8 i carnt drive these for nuts lol
Im all over the road let alone put me on a track
The car needs to be setup to drive, you can turn down the steering and set back the throttle. The shell has a LOT to do as does the track.

What track are you driving at?
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none atm rear tyres are 0% & the fronts are about 2 % camber & toe in
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Originally Posted by shane d
none atm rear tyres are 0% & the fronts are about 2 % camber & toe in
i need to get a cheapo body for practice the throttle is set to standard the springs are tentioned up to medium hard
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