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Old 09-16-2011, 06:26 PM
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Dang Todd
I'm not sure if I got any of them 13.5 in my pit box
Come on now mr Sanford, you've gotta have one of them laying around
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Old 09-16-2011, 08:47 PM
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Originally Posted by OVA
Dang Todd
I'm not sure if I got any of them 13.5 in my pit box
I've got a never-run D3 13.5 you can use. Bring your soldering iron. But if you melt it, you buy it!

-Mike
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Old 09-16-2011, 09:23 PM
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T3 2011 or TC6?
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Old 09-16-2011, 11:48 PM
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Old 09-17-2011, 12:48 AM
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Originally Posted by Wes Briscoe
Come on now mr Sanford, you've gotta have one of them laying around
I'm sure I did...But you know what ..Wes I gotta to sell R/C junks to pay my bills...lol
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Originally Posted by grippgoat
I've got a never-run D3 13.5 you can use. Bring your soldering iron. But if you melt it, you buy it!

-Mike
I got one I can borrow.....Mike Thanks
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Hangar 30 Cup Wednesday series points are posted below.

See everybody on Sunday!

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Originally Posted by jubilee
T3 2011 or TC6?
Xray T3 2011 all the way my friend!
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Old 09-17-2011, 07:29 AM
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Originally Posted by PutAwayWet
Track records are always set in a qualifying round. Each driver trips his own clock when he crosses the loop.

The previous best on the current layout was Brian at a 37/8:02. Set during the last race of last season.

Last night Trav was 38/8:01. A full lap up.

The track was fast last night. I was nearly a lap up on my previous best.

Brian like Todd said a full lap up on last years TR is a "smashing" with new cars for sean an pete they have definetly picked up speed with the battery down the center. Their cars seem to carry alot of corner speed. Pete's Revtech HP was veddy veddy naughty as well. For the first night to be a lap up over last year is pretty BOSS. But it wasnt just us that were fast, evreybody was really fast and the track was soo good. From lap 1-38 my car never changed a tick. Neither did Pete's man he was pushing me the whole way and made the full 8 minutes pretty rad. The Adrenaline was pumping like being at a big race and so was the pace. Sean was right there in the main till a little bobble cost him some time. A high level of racing this year will be achieved thanks to the great track conditions and great driving by all. See you sunday Brian strap up the CRC for some extra hard peeling

The cars are better than last year yes but the track man was spot on. Great traction from heat one and with moving the track a little to the left the bumps in the sweeper are considerably better. Whatever marination method Todd used on the carpet over the spring an summer sure worked, bite was high. We'll be deep in the 39 lap barrier when everything is sorted out. Thanks for a killer night of racing wednesday Todd supershithotdialed

Korey-Your to smart and responsible to be to be floundering around out there breaking in warmup. Not to mention your car falling apart. Thats my job bud. Its saturday your a college student at western, get some hot hippy blonde girl for the night and bring your "A" focus for tomorrow. Thanks for your help by the way as always.

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You are absolutely right Trav, a lap + is considered smashed. I thought you topped us by a second, just like I did to Pete. Just the same, glad to hear track conditions are good to great. Guess that new rug is going to pay off. I scanned through your guy's laps and it looks like the post laps are not falling off like they did last season. That alone will make track records fall. Just wait till it cools off, I bet the "fall off" will be back. I am looking forward to getting back on the rug. I am also looking forward to re-entering the TC World (lets see how smooth that goes! ).

For those that remember, Behzad, Broderick, and Vern are rumored to pay us a visit tomorrow. I am sure they will be trolling for a potential racing outlet. So if you see these guys trying to talk nimh and brushed motors, don't laugh right at them, wait till they walk away.

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what is the size of the track??? i forgot.
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Originally Posted by jeff jenkins
what is the size of the track??? i forgot.
100x50ish I think.
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Do you guys get together for practice runs and stuff like that or just for comp days? i am just getting back into R/C car's and am looking to find some people to drive with.
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Our program is a setup/teardown temporary track. We build it, race it, put it away.

Come to the hangar tomorrow and see the club in action. I think you'll like what you see.

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