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Old 12-08-2006, 05:49 AM  
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You get any tighter weave pattern you might as well use kevlar.....
But at least then you coudl market your chassis could be called bulletproof and no lawsuits could be filed against that claim...LOL

Man I tell you it seems that with all the drama of TC as of late, 12th scale designers have really put some great new innovation into this class. I just got into 12th and feel I have neglected my TC for some time....heck last time out at the track I had my new 007 and my new Gen X...Guess what got the track time...Yup Gen X got the race and the 007 got a practice pack ran through it...
Hopefully I can make it out to the carpet track on a practice day so I can learn more about 12th scale setups...Seems tires and weight transfer are where I need the most work.

Thanks guys for keeping this sweet class fun and competative. When I raced sunday I had the pleasure of racing "The Fabulous One" and couple other Fast SoCal guys, needless say I was way off pace for my second 12th scale race.

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