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Old 02-21-2012, 06:23 PM
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Originally Posted by cementsurfer86
And that's why Scale Spec is so fun. Much like 12th scale, it seems like any one of 5 guys can take the win on a given night. Pretty fun to watch, but even more fun to race in.
agreed..1+ I just like the GT bodies is very cool...
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Old 02-21-2012, 06:25 PM
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Originally Posted by bradshawkyle
Hey, maybe we should get a Shoe Goo and 3M tape sponsorship for Scale Spec. Winner gets a season's supply.
that's funny...
Hey buddy see ya tomorrow...
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Originally Posted by grippgoat
Heh. The Mad Cow / MoozdaSpeed 6 is sporting its share of TOP body repair tape. I should probably hit it with some more, actually. Gary (with a silent 'r') the Bumble Bee is still hanging in there pretty well.

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serious question, the mazda speed 6 is allowed in scale spec??
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Originally Posted by skypilot
serious question, the mazda speed 6 is allowed in scale spec??
No.

He runs one in sedan.
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Originally Posted by cementsurfer86
And that's why Scale Spec is so fun. Much like 12th scale, it seems like any one of 5 guys can take the win on a given night. Pretty fun to watch, but even more fun to race in.
Yup.

Mark Spain and Rob Swan seem to have gotten a bit faster since last time I raced them, too. And there are some quick newer guys (possibly yourself?) who I haven't raced with yet that have been tearing it up.

I can't wait!

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Originally Posted by Wes Briscoe
No.

He runs one in sedan.
darn. I cancel the a main order
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Originally Posted by OVA
agreed..1+ I just like the GT bodies is very cool...
Of all the GT bodies, I love that CLK.
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Originally Posted by grippgoat
Yup.

Mark Spain and Rob Swan seem to have gotten a bit faster since last time I raced them, too. And there are some quick newer guys (possibly yourself?) who I haven't raced with yet that have been tearing it up.

I can't wait!

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I think I raced with you once, but that was my first night out I believe. Should be fun! As always!
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Tub requests? I will be packn it Wednesday before I head to the hangar.
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Originally Posted by Maybell
Tub requests? I will be packn it Wednesday before I head to the hangar.
TC6 rod ends
TC6.1 caster blocks if you have em
Blue bulkead shims x2
Blue 3mm ballstud spacers probably x2
Can of whoop ass

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Originally Posted by Maybell
Tub requests? I will be packn it Wednesday before I head to the hangar.
SeanO,

Can you bring a pack of Xray 3mm X 5mm Flat head screws and a pack of AE screws with the same deminsions. Not sure which I want but I will know when I see them. I perfer 5mm length but 6mm will work too.

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Gang,
I will have Tekin RS Pro's for sale trackside; $80 each while they last. You can even have a Losi 180mah rx pack to go with it if you ask.

The bearing box is full. If there is something you need, come see me.

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Originally Posted by Maybell
Tub requests? I will be packn it Wednesday before I head to the hangar.
From the last page in case you missed it...

Sean- if you have the plastic 8-32 pan car diff nuts in stock I could use some tomorrow.

I will probably be late, so if someone could sign me up for 12th scale I would appreciate it. Thanks
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Originally Posted by corallyman
SeanO,

Can you bring a pack of Xray 3mm X 5mm Flat head screws and a pack of AE screws with the same deminsions. Not sure which I want but I will know when I see them. I perfer 5mm length but 6mm will work too.

Steve
The TC6/.1 kit 3x5mm flat heads are crap. The wrench doesn't seat fully in the socket, and the metal seems soft, so they're super easy to strip. I don't know if the replacement ones will be as bad.

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...If it's not too late for 'tub requests' Sean, could you toss in a set of spec tires for me? ThankS
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