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Old 08-13-2005, 10:13 AM   #16
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EARL,

My first try with the Masters Class will be in Vegas.
Should be alot of fun.
I'm use to the new Bi-Focals now but stil kind of weird ROFL!!!

Just make sure you have added some rear supports to your body because I'll be coming through !!!! LOL !!!!

I saw you went to the GLC race and had some fun. Hopefully I'll be able to put it on my list for next year. Sounds like they have some really strong Clubs and Events up in the Midwest.

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Don't worry Scott Locked and loaded
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I saw you went to the GLC race and had some fun. Hopefully I'll be able to put it on my list for next year. Sounds like they have some really strong Clubs and Events up in the Midwest.

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One of the Best Races I've attended, It was a BLAST!!!!! We'll Definetly make it again Next year.
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Old 08-13-2005, 11:49 AM   #19
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If you have to use the elevator to get to the top of the drivers stand..... then does make you a master class driver????? Count me in then !!!! lol
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Old 08-13-2005, 11:54 AM   #20
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Rich do you have the INS air box in stock?
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I am waiting on my shipment to come in but you can get them Mugen or Nitro House.I will have many on hand for the race for the last min shopper so to speak.
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What is the minimum entry age for the Masters class at the 2005 Paris event? What is the INS AIR BOX? Where do I get them?

Can someone tell me about the Sienna Suites? Is the access to the room close to the parking lot so it is not so much of a hassle to lug my gear to the room?

Thanks for the help.

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What is the INS AIR BOX? Where do I get them?
It is a noise silencer that goes over your air filter.

http://rc-mushroom.com/product_info....4027d08f6193c9
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You can get the INS box from several different places like Mugen Racing.com also Nitro house and i will have a small supply onhand at the race for the last min emergency.
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Thanks for the info! I will call Nitro House as they are pretty close. Those things look extremely restrictive, do they work as bad as they look?
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Whats the point of even using it?Is it like a restrictor plate they use in NASCAR??
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Im sure its for the noise. They have probably built new homes out there fairly close. I have not been out in over a year to know for certain, but would guess this is why the filters are required.
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Im sure its for the noise. They have probably built new homes out there fairly close. I have not been out in over a year to know for certain, but would guess this is why the filters are required.
Yes there is quite a bit of new homes going up over there, some right behind the track.
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Whats the point of even using it?Is it like a restrictor plate they use in NASCAR??
Dosen't look like it's restricting Mike Swauger and Josh Cyrul's performance, these two drver's have proven that many times with there results.
Many of the club racer's here in Cali are using these boxes not for noise but for run time there also starting to use three chamber pipe's.
These motors were built and designed around this combo.
This is the wave of the future so get use to it because one day it will be a requirement for all races.
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