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Old 11-29-2009, 12:13 PM
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I have a few. I'll have one available at hangar in a few hours if you want
Glad we were able to make contact and nice to meet you. Thanks again for the transponder. And good racing.

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The Tub will now carry some 1/12 parts. CRC and AE front end parts, diff rebuild stuff as well as some cool accessories from CRC like Carbon Servo Saver Braces and Super Soft Sensor Wires...We will also have a better selection of tires as I already posted.
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Guys, how come no mod 1/12 on Saturday?

It's always fun getting my a$$ handed to me by you guys in 17.5, but some of us were hoping to see some crazy fast 1/12 action!

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Originally Posted by Maybell
The Tub will now carry some 1/12 parts. CRC and AE front end parts, diff rebuild stuff as well as some cool accessories from CRC like Carbon Servo Saver Braces and Super Soft Sensor Wires...We will also have a better selection of tires as I already posted.
This is awesome
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Originally Posted by jubilee
Guys, how come no mod 1/12 on Saturday?

It's always fun getting my a$$ handed to me by you guys in 17.5, but some of us were hoping to see some crazy fast 1/12 action!

Same issue as the wgt's that day.... no showy up. Todd & I were ready to roll mod 12ths, but couldn't get the rest of the field to build. I wasn't to keen on running 17.5 just to kick a$$.... in fact I was considering not running 12th at all and drift the pits offering support. But then I found out there was no wgt either. That meant a trip home instead of playing cars. Then Donny wanted to run a car, so my interest built back up. Just so that you guys know, feel free to ask any 12th scale trick questions you may have. I will even watch you drive and provide feedback if you like. I'm stupid on touring, so lets just leave it at that.
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ok brian, how do i go fast like you?
when running 13.5 what rollout am i going to want to run?


are you going to be around wed. night? ill pummel you with a ton of other errr questions...

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Originally Posted by Maybell
The Tub will now carry some 1/12 parts. CRC and AE front end parts, diff rebuild stuff as well as some cool accessories from CRC like Carbon Servo Saver Braces and Super Soft Sensor Wires...We will also have a better selection of tires as I already posted.
i dont suppose you could put a bottle of thin CA and a can of motor cleaner in the tub for me next wed. night?

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Originally Posted by RcHammer
i dont suppose you could put a bottle of thin CA and a can of motor cleaner in the tub for me next wed. night?

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Thanks Brian! You know, this reminds me of an idea I had for the club a while back: setup/maintenance and driving clinics. Maybe take a race night or "off" night and have those interested learn some setup and driving tips from those in the know. Separate tc and 1/12 sessions. Perhaps the students could spring for pizza for the group and teachers.
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Originally Posted by jubilee
Thanks Brian! You know, this reminds me of an idea I had for the club a while back: setup/maintenance and driving clinics. Maybe take a race night or "off" night and have those interested learn some setup and driving tips from those in the know. Separate tc and 1/12 sessions. Perhaps the students could spring for pizza for the group and teachers.
I like this idea, but only if I am in the teachers group.......MMMMmmm pizza

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Originally Posted by Maybell
Done!
Maybell,

Glue his motor cleaner to the side of the tub, that will teach him
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Originally Posted by RcHammer
ok brian, how do i go fast like you?
when running 13.5 what rollout am i going to want to run?


are you going to be around wed. night? ill pummel you with a ton of other errr questions...

Erik
Erik,

What speedo/motor combo (brand) are you running?
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Originally Posted by jubilee
Thanks Brian! You know, this reminds me of an idea I had for the club a while back: setup/maintenance and driving clinics. Maybe take a race night or "off" night and have those interested learn some setup and driving tips from those in the know. Separate tc and 1/12 sessions. Perhaps the students could spring for pizza for the group and teachers.
Capitol idea! a off night i think would be the best... call it a practice night rent the hangar setup the carpet.... no need to setup the timing/scoreing.....
give people a chance to put down some laps and get some learning done...

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who pays the rent?
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who pays the rent?

well that would be up to the people who showed up for the practice...
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