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Old 04-21-2005, 08:39 PM   #76
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I've started a new thread that's more appropriate. Please input your comments and suggestions there on how can get this class going again.
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Old 04-21-2005, 08:54 PM   #77
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I agree. The 235mm class is dead. They don't even make much .15BBs anymore, but they do last longer than .12s. It's a great class IMO, because its in between 8th onroad and nitro sedan.
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Old 04-22-2005, 01:40 AM   #78
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I got asked to build bodies for the elec. Pan cars(235). I never was a big fan of electric cars but I kind of felt sorry for these guys cause the big body makers stoped making them. I was shocked when I started testing them . I'm still learning how to drive them but my fastest Nitro out law (true outlaw) could not turn faster lap times. I would love to drive a gas powerd one .If it's set up right it should smoke a 4 wheel drive It's lower,lighter wider and cheaper to buy and maintain. I built some hubs for my out law to make it 235mm and what a difference I'll bet if a few of you with some experience with them went to some different tracks and started picken on the gas cars intrest would come back quick. I plan on building complete cars as soon as I get more cought up on making bodies. I hear from a lot of people that Pan cars are dead but the fact I hear that from a lot of people tell me that's not the case!
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Well it's not really elec season anymore. If anything they are just finishing up and nitro is opening up. As for as the 1/10th pan class, it's still around. 12th scale pan is growing.
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