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Old 04-25-2008, 07:40 PM   #1
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Can someone explain the difference between electric on-road classes/types? I see TC/Oval/Pan/Drift. Are the differences the underlying body chasis or the body? Can a car run in multiple classes?

Ok, onto the racing classes... What is stock vs mod vs pro vs ??? It appears that 27t motors are stock in some of the class races I've seen. If a class is 19t, I'm assuming that it means that anything greater than 19t can run, ie 20t, 27t, etc.

I've looked for a lot of this information and couldn't find it. If someone has a link I would appreciate it.

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Can someone explain the difference between electric on-road classes/types? I see TC/Oval/Pan/Drift. Are the differences the underlying body chasis or the body? Can a car run in multiple classes?

Ok, onto the racing classes... What is stock vs mod vs pro vs ??? It appears that 27t motors are stock in some of the class races I've seen. If a class is 19t, I'm assuming that it means that anything greater than 19t can run, ie 20t, 27t, etc.

I've looked for a lot of this information and couldn't find it. If someone has a link I would appreciate it.

Thanks.
tc=your basic on-road race
oval= is oval cars running in a oval track
pan=i think they're 1/12 scale or 1/10 that run oval or on-road I REALLY DONT KNOW
drift= drift cars running on a on-road track usually
stock= 27t motors or 17.5 bl motors
mod= a modified motor like a low turn brushless in most cases
pro= speaks for itself i pretty sure
i think in a class of 19t, at some tracks ive heard of 19t motors only, changes here and there
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Thats pretty much it. Our club's forum below has video's of all those races and classes. Sign up in the forums section and watch the cool ass video's I posted.

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