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Old 07-21-2010, 07:27 AM
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Originally Posted by tecniquin2001
My car still needs a diff rebuild, and I don't know if my motor is any good, It was shutting down on me.

I want to run a 10.5 in it for the indoor layout.
Freddy , you can use my Ballistic 10.5 tonight if you want to run 4wd. It's no problem dude!
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Old 07-21-2010, 07:31 AM
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Originally Posted by taco94
Oh god, don't even tell me this will mark the death of 2wd buggy.
Absolutely NOT! People realize that if you can drive a 2wd buggy , you can master anything...it takes much skill and tuning on those agile machiles! We resurrected that class for good , at least for a while. I'll have mine there also!
You runnin your RB5, Taco?
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Old 07-21-2010, 07:53 AM
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Originally Posted by RCHR Racer
Freddy , you can use my Ballistic 10.5 tonight if you want to run 4wd. It's no problem dude!
I have one you can borrow as well.
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Old 07-21-2010, 08:10 AM
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See Freddy! You have no excuse now! Lol
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Old 07-21-2010, 08:34 AM
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I got a ballistic 10.5 and a SS 10.5 also, I just don't want to do a hustle rebuild on the car today....

I want to take my time and clean, grease and rebuild properly, I also have to paint the body and undertray.
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Excuses are for the weak!

I'll put it together for you.
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Old 07-21-2010, 09:03 AM
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Originally Posted by tecniquin2001
I got a ballistic 10.5 and a SS 10.5 also, I just don't want to do a hustle rebuild on the car today....

I want to take my time and clean, grease and rebuild properly, I also have to paint the body and undertray.
Let me put this to you in a nice way...





"Stop being a woman!!" lol
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Old 07-21-2010, 09:44 AM
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Originally Posted by Bman's 3XNT
Who's runnin 4wd? Is the starting time still 7:30? I know there was talk of an earlier start time.......
Originally Posted by tecniquin2001
Mark mentioned something about starting at 7 p.m. which would get us out at about 10 - 10:30, personally I think it's a good idea, if we all pitch in, we can get racing started at 7.
There will be an official announcement tonight about starting the Wed. program at 7pm (instead of 7:30). last week everybody was there before 7 anyways, so you guys will just be getting finished earlier. Last week we finished right at 10pm, so I'm aiming for that or earlier on a consistant basis. hopefully the earlier finish time will be more appealing to more would-be racers in general.
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Old 07-21-2010, 10:26 AM
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I finally finished the Schumacher Parts and prices for the website...

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Old 07-21-2010, 10:28 AM
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Originally Posted by RCHR Racer
Let me put this to you in a nice way...





"Stop being a woman!!" lol
Oh oh I'm getting called out...you know, just for that, I'll be running truck tonight...
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Originally Posted by tecniquin2001
Oh oh I'm getting called out...you know, just for that, I'll be running truck tonight...
My team mate will beat you like a WOMAN there too ! lol
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Originally Posted by taco94
Oh god, don't even tell me this will mark the death of 2wd buggy.
never, even those of us who dont have a track nearby will do what they can to keep the best class alive and well forever! vintage, modern or otherwise. u guys have an ideal setup there. a nice small tidy, well lit and bright, indoor bullring track all dirt. its schweet. wish i lived closer. keep it going. i've had to miss VONATS last 2 yrs b/c of some bad times but gonna see what i can do to get 2 away wkends in a row from the mrs. (following wk is the 24hr enduro at jackson RC in NJ, yes thats 24hrs ).

all the best

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Originally Posted by RCHR Racer
Absolutely NOT! People realize that if you can drive a 2wd buggy , you can master anything...it takes much skill and tuning on those agile machiles! We resurrected that class for good , at least for a while. I'll have mine there also!
You runnin your RB5, Taco?
Yeah, definitely true about getting better through 2wd.

Well, I won't be there tonight. And I probably won't be back until the first Wednesday Race in August, but I can try to race possibly the last Wednesday race in July. WITH the RB5. Can't wait.
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Hey guys ,
i think am going to start racing soon , and this is about the closest track near me , couple of questions:P
what kind of classes do you run?
what do most people run? Nitro or electric?
thx
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Originally Posted by DragsterDragons
Hey guys ,
i think am going to start racing soon , and this is about the closest track near me , couple of questions:P
what kind of classes do you run?
what do most people run? Nitro or electric?
thx
Electric. They run 1/0 scale nitro only outside if there is enough people. But otherwise, inside and out...the hot classes are the normal:right now 4wd just made a comeback, 2wd has been resurrected, Short Course is usually consistent , And currently Stadium Truck is kinda dies until someone can take the lead and resurrect it....it certainly is a great race to watch!
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