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Old 04-23-2006, 01:25 AM   #61
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Well just saw the thread.
Been busy building two new tracks up here in Washington.
New 60'x100' dirt oval and 125'x100' offroad track.
First race in two weeks. May 5th for the oval.
Our old track shut us down after over 25 years.
New tracks located at city park. Hopefully everything goes smooth.
Banzai will be there to.
Only run the best or don't bother.
Thanks Judi for all your support.
For any info check out our clubs web at www.norarcoval.com or shoot me a email
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Old 04-23-2006, 10:32 PM   #62
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Mike, great to see you found us! And great news on the new tracks!!

Harjo, I'm working on those posts, I don't like being a rookie at anything!!

Greg, yes, we're watching Casey!!

I don't know much, and if I make a mistake, I'm sure the guys will correct me, but here's some results from the On-Road JBRL series at SoCal.

Greg Etter: A-Main 19t, won the B and bumped to the A. Good job!

Jeremy Felles: A-Main Ex. Stock Touring, B-Main Exp. 19t Touring, great start to his new found love of on-road!!

Vanair: B-Main Stock Touring, Good Job!

Any other results from around the country, post so we know how you're doing.

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Old 04-24-2006, 12:09 AM   #63
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BanzaiMom- The Driver may not have been very fast...but the motors were screaming!!!!
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Old 04-24-2006, 06:30 AM   #64
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Black - Sounds nice there in the smog bro. Not sure on the Stock Nats yet. Will let you know next week.

Felles - You did ok at the race this past weekend yeah?

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Old 04-24-2006, 12:57 PM   #65
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Where are the stock nats this year?...If anyone is gonna be coming to the mod nats let me know...I live 2 hrs from the track that is hosting them this year,i'll be going over alot this summer to get the low down on the tire's we will be running...


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Old 04-24-2006, 01:39 PM   #66
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CurtDawg - Stock Nats are I believe somewhere in Washington State this year? I could be wring. Actually I thought I was wrong once....But I was mistaken.

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Old 04-25-2006, 01:18 AM   #67
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Curt- Eddie is right...stock nats are in Washington state and they are at the end of July. I'll be heading out to the mod nats for sure so I'd definitely be interested in the tire setup for indy.

Eddie- I could run fast lap times but I had a slight love affair with the corner dots. 10th in Expert stock A...I only finished 4 corners before being broken by someone that was waaaayyy off the line and 7th in the expert 19t B. Not quite the performance I was hoping for but it was fun none the less. I guess I just need to put some more time in behind the wheel of the sedan. I must say that my motors were dialed though. I didn't have any voodoo tricks going on with brushes/springs or battery charging and my stuff was still fast enough to keep up...till the driver got in the way.
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Jeremy - Sounds good man. I am going to get a sedan just so I can race a little more. My "local" off-road track is over and hour away and there is an on-road course like 1 mile from my house. Just more people racing sedan these days as well around this part you know?

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Any one run a Komodo (KD) based 19T yet? How does it compare to the C2. According to Judi they are dynoing with more watts way more RPM but a little less torque. Just curious how I should start gearing one compared to a C2. I think I am going to start with the same gearing (20/86 in MF2) but I think I may end up going down a tooth.

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We've been gearing the CO27 with a 17-18 tooth with an 86 spur...
Are track is mid to high bite...I gear 19 turns like a mod motor...so i would gear it around a 24-25 tooth....

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I have been gearing my CO27 the same. I usually go up 2 teeth on the 19 turns but have not run this motor yet.

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Casper- I know its on-road so it doesn't necessarliy count, but I geared the 19t komodo the same as the CO27 stock. Both motors were right on point in their respective classes.
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That low huh. I think I will start whith my initial guess of one lower then the C2 and go from there. Thanks Jeremy!
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Heya Dawn!!! Thanks for coming by and saying "Hi". I see you're a tech master, how far do I have to go to get that???? Still a rookie here.

Would be nice if you kept us up-to-date on the racing scene in Arizona.

Just what you need, another job!!!!!!


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