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Old 07-07-2005, 04:48 PM   #1
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LOOKING FOR SOME PLACE TO RUN MY NEW FUSION 21 CAN I GET SOME HELP OUT THERE IN FREMONT CA OR THE BAY AREA
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Old 07-07-2005, 05:08 PM   #2
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You should contact the RAMS club in your area. Their web site is
http://www.rams-rc.com. Great club and they will give you lots of help.
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No criticism here...just serious curiosity,

What/who made you decide to get this car?

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Old 07-07-2005, 05:49 PM   #4
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Seems like you got the car to have fun and thats what you should do. Go find a clean parking lot, set up some cones and have some fun. Almost anyplace will do. Just make sure you have enough area to run.
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If thats what he bought it for he will have a hoot with it. with an engine that size ina car that small....hang on for the ride!!

Ensure that the area is fairly clear of pebbles etc. No large concrete blocks either....that speed and concrete dont mix!!

Try places that have 18-wheel loading docks, industrial area (where the business is closed on weekends) etc.

Have fun!

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FOR FUN AND MAYBE TO RACE IF I CAN FIND A TRACK WHO WOULD LET IT RUN
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FOR FUN AND MAYBE TO RACE IF I CAN FIND A TRACK WHO WOULD LET IT RUN
You will have spend some money to make it racable....of course, if your local track allow you to run 21 with 3 speed on 200mm TC....or if your 21 w/3speed can actually turn nicely (balance issue...)
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I doubt you will ever be able to race it in a structured event with that car. That aside it wasn't ever what that kid was intended for.

You could always buy another kit if racing is what you want to do in the future.

Have fun,

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