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Old 02-26-2004, 11:49 AM
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The 2004 ESLROC Silver Cup Series season opener is May 15th 2004. Until then our pre-season racing will be about every two weeks (weather permitting) begining on February 28th 2004. Please visit the website for schedule information which will be finalized by March 15th 2004.

A track location change for this season was a must to race on Saturdays vs. Sundays. The Silver Cup Series season will be held at the Mill Creek Lowe's (2002 132nd St SE. Everett, WA. 98012). The move is great for more space and pool table smooth unsealed asphalt surface. The surface has two patches where some repairs were made to drainage but do not affect the track much. Our track dimensions last year were 76'x90' we now have 80'x120' at Lowe's. In addition we now have the AMBrc Personal Transponder System, Sparc 2 Scoring Software and the Road Rail Racing System for 2004! Special Thanks to Steve Zwonitzer from Road Rails/Road Domes for his support! www.roaddome.com

2004 Silver Cup Series Touring Divisions;

Super Nitro (1/9:3 scale super nitros)
Nitro GT (1/10th scale nitro)
Stadium Truck (1/10th scale electric 4wd Trucks)
Super Stock (1/9:3 scale Super Electric)
Pro-Stock (1/10th scale 19 turn electric)
Mini GTS (1/10th scale minis)
Formula One GP (1/10th scale Tamiya f201)
Kids IROC (1/10th scale HPI Sprint & Tamiya TL-01)
Sportsman GT2 (Any cars/types Novice/Beginner Class)
Nitro Truck (1/10th scale gas/electric 2wd Trucks)

Our entry list for the 2004 Silver Cup Series is growing like crazy! If you want to see who is signed up to race this season visit the 2004 points standings page on the website. Please come and visit us for a season of Family, Friends & Fun.

For rules schedule and other information
visit us online at www.eslroc.com

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This should make for a fun series this year, It looks like there will be a huge turn out with Super Nitro and the Nitro division. I can't wait to get the season started.
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This is an awesome series. Track this year is going to be the best that I think we've ever run on. Looks like the competiton is going to the toughest it been alot of good drivers this year. Keep up the great work Silver Cup .
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Talking Lil' racin goin on yesterday! Whoop!

The weather tried hard not to cooperate but saw some pretty good battles during the practice runs. I'm betting its gonna get pretty intense this year!

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Go figure the weather was nice all day today.
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What are you guys running for steering servos in your Super Nitros? Hi torque or Hi Speed servos or does it make a difference? I have to get another steering servo but I can't remember what I had in it originally.
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On my 10th scale I'm using Hitecs 5945 digital ultra torque servo its speed is [email protected] and 152.75 oz.in @4.8v of course its faster and a little more torqy @ 6v
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Yeah I use the same one on my 10th scale and electric sedan. I think I will stay with what works
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I've been told that you should use a servo with at least 1oo oz.in in nitros' the speed is just how fast yor steering is going to respond.
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The hi tec HS 925mg has been workin good in my Super. I also like the Airtronics 94757Z (have it in my Ntc3).
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hey im using a hitech 225 MG ithas 67oz.of tourqe at 6.0v and is at .11 sec. 0in my super and a hitech 605 BB in the ntc3.it has 94oz. of tourque at 6.0v and is at .13 sec.
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