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Old 04-17-2008, 04:49 AM
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Default New Dirt Oval Track - Cincinnati Dirt Bowl

O.K. dirt oval racers there is a new indoor dirt oval in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is the Cincinnati Dirt Bowl. The track is a 110' run line, semi-banked, hard packed clay oval. Racing EDMs, Late Models, Sprint cars, Sliders, and 1/18th Open Late Models. Foam tires only.(except sliders) 3 racers can start a class.

Weds. Night - doors open 4p.m. racing 7p.m. 2 heats/main

Sundays - doors open 9a.m. racing 1p.m. 3 heats/main

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Cincinnati Dirt Bowl
7300 East Kemper Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45249
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The Dirt Bowl is going to have a race this Saturday. Check back for more info on doors opening and start time.
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This Saturday 4-19-08 The Dirt Bowl is racing.
doors open 10a.m.
racing at 4p.m.

We are racing Sunday also, so make it a weekend of racing at the Bowl!
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Sounds like fun. Are the stock Slider tires required in that class? What are the rules on Slider and Late Model?
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Sliders are box stock. You can use your transmitter if you want, and any 1400 or less nimh battery.

1/18th Late model is open, run what ya brung, 2wd or 4wd as long as it is 1/18th. Any motor or battery

1/10th Late model we run 10.5 or 19t

Come check us out this Weds. Track opens at 4p.m.

There are allready 3 guys with the new Losi Late Model ready to race.

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It's race night at the Bowl! Doors open at 4pn racing at 7pm
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What has the turnout been for the 18ths? I want to run a late model, but will buy what I need to run the biggest of the two classes.
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There has been a couple lates and 3 or 4 sliders so they have been running together. Everyone has fun! Come check it out . I have a couple loaner cars you could run one.
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This is probably not the correct forum for this but, I wanna know about final drive ratio, and what it is used for. I have a T4 converted to dirt oval with a oval kit from speedline racing. I have been racing one season and want to understand more of the techincal stuff. I wanna know how the FDR, helps with set ups and motor and gearing choices, thanks.
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fdr not to be confused with rollout. your transmission has 2.6 ratio so its spur gear divided by pinions then multiply by 2.6 to get fdr. hope this helps.
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