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Old 03-25-2012, 05:12 AM
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Any chance we'll see any Speedzone apparel available? I'm definitely in for a t and a hoodie. I bet Billy would love to see some SpeedZone overalls...
Gavin if you don't have anything set up yet I have a local guy who's made stuff for me in the past and does a great job. If you email me the logo I can get it set up with the screen printer and he'll put it on anything I bring him. If it works out I can get you all the info and you could maybe work out a bulk deal? I know at least those of us in the Northeast would be Speedzone USA "logo'd up"
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Awd... that is not even right lol I have seen more overalls in your neck of the woods than mine

Gavin - You have an email.

Joe - Nice work

Our local outdoor track was under water so I went with some friends to Adam's Creek in Broken Arrow. I ran 2wd open buggy and shortcourse. I qualified 8th in the A and finished 7th. Not spectacular but a decent day. In shortcourse I qualified 4th in the A, but that was about where it ended. I overlooked the decal on the back of my truck that said "drive through me." lol. So it goes sometimes. This weekend weather permitting it will be a non-points club day with the e8th buggy and truggy.
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Old 03-27-2012, 05:22 PM
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I am behind in posting some of the results, including Speedzone's first ROAR National Championship, but will do so over the next couple of days.

I'll make sure I reply to all PMs and emails as well.
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Old 04-08-2012, 12:47 PM
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Ran with my shorty pack for the first time last weekend in my buggy, its now really blanced and seemed like it was able to handle what I threw at it better than it did with a full stick pack.

But on the same weekend was running my sct in second for the b main until i was hit and the idler gear stripped out, but the packs deliver when you need that extra little bit of power.
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Gavin you have a PM sir
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I ran my SpeedZone shorty pack for the first race this last weekend too at the JConcepts indoor racce at Mike's Hobby Shop in Dallas. I managed to qualify 4th and finish 3rd in the B. I had previously been running SpeedZone full size packs and was surprised that I didn't notice any difference in power. In fact I found my self clearing more jumps and was able to dial in a more drivable car with the ability to move the weight where I wanted it. What a great surprise! Thanks again Gavin!
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Hey Gavin, if you read this would you give me a call? If you don't have my number PM me if you would..

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won pro2 tonight, the sct starting pulling wheelies down the straight. the power is great in the peerless series.
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I ran open 2wd and 4wd buggy this weekend. Finished 4th and 3rd. The week before last I ran ebuggy and etruggy. I tqed and won etruggy and qualified 3rd and finished 4th in ebuggy.
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Another great day for Speedzone USA racing. Ran Pro 4 SC (4wd SC)-Qualified 3rd and Finished 3rd A main at the 2nd annual South Carolina Short Course Classic with 32 Pro 4 SC drivers. Awesome Day. Thanks Gavin.
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Here is my A3 run with speedzone batteries. i had to win in order to take 2nd place overall in the big race.. and thats what i did
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=i_yNDi9bf8k

Still running my 5700mah 50c packs!
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Bought and ran my first speedzone battery today for 17.5 sedan. I have to say it was awesome. I had been using the revetech 6500 65c and loved them. I got the 5600 70c peerless and it had a lot more punch and longevity. Will definately be buying more of those.
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Speedzone Batteries, TQ and Win 17.5 on third race of the PR EP Championship. Running fast and strong!

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Hi all, sorry for not being on here for sometime!

Look for some updates from me shortly.

Thanks to everyone for all the updates. Billy, Doug, Marcus, Miguel, great job!

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Originally Posted by Jerz616 View Post
Bought and ran my first speedzone battery today for 17.5 sedan. I have to say it was awesome. I had been using the revetech 6500 65c and loved them. I got the 5600 70c peerless and it had a lot more punch and longevity. Will definately be buying more of those.
That is great to hear from one of our customers. We appreciate your feedback and can't thank you enough for giving us a try. Thanks for your business and support!
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