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Old 01-06-2006, 07:07 AM   #2026
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MAN, its amazing what you can learn if you read post on the NET...lol
Was on Hobby talk lookin in to Carpet oval. There is a On-road carpet track in IN... Its in Ft. wayne. About a hour drive. Hhhhhhhhhhmmmmmmmm.. I might have to see if I can brake a T-plate.....LOl I quess Ill keep my eye out for a 12th scaler.........lolololol
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Old 01-06-2006, 07:11 AM   #2027
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I got a spare T-Fource for sale
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Old 01-06-2006, 07:38 AM   #2028
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The rate your going youll need it for parts..lololol

Thats a scary, me running ON-ROAD.........OH MY............
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Old 01-06-2006, 07:41 AM   #2029
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YEah, he thinks he is doing good, he came down and ran SOME good laps on our track, now he thinks he is great!!!!! lol.
Next time maybe he won't break his car and I can show him how to get around our track down here really fast. One test and tune day and I dropped my lap times anywhere from 2-4 tenths. Now changing things on the car to see if I can make it even better and go faster.
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Old 01-06-2006, 08:00 AM   #2030
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I havent ran ON-Road since 1989. Last car I ran was a corrale 12 or what ever it was. When they 1st made them. I want one that I dont have to run saddle packs. What should I look for...lol
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Old 01-06-2006, 08:03 AM   #2031
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I have 2 Corally SP12M's and a Carpet Knife. 1/12 RULE's
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Old 01-06-2006, 12:18 PM   #2032
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The carpet knife is the one you can run the cells side by side correct?
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Old 01-06-2006, 12:23 PM   #2033
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CRC is in my opinion the best one out , the l4 is also a good one if you know what your doing
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the l4 is also a good one if you know what your doing

Quess Im not to get a 12L4 then...lol
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Old 01-06-2006, 12:43 PM   #2035
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CRC is in my opinion the best one out , the l4 is also a good one if you know what your doing
Now I think that is backwards. The L4 is fast right out of the box as well is the CRC. You get more bang for your buck with the CRC. Now if you are talking about the Carpet Knife where there are springs on the side of the car and used for tweak, (non tbar car) ten I think that car is a little harder to setup.
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I prefer the Corally. Car has always ran great for me no matter where I race it. And The bonus of it is that Corally builds the car for U. I have had both of mine for atleast 2 years and neither one has every gotten any tweak as of this time. Down side is U have to use Corally specific rims.
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but don't the CRC's come with the lowered pod plates? I know the AE cars dont... couldnt comment on the corally's
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Old 01-06-2006, 03:14 PM   #2038
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Right, I do think you get more for your money with the CRC, but I like the L4 myself. Just personal preference. The only car I have had thta I liked more was the REV 4 I had. I am considering trying a Corally, just not sure I want to spend the money on a car and then not like it.
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I like the balance of the CRC design than the L4, i havent driven a corally so i cant comment on it, but im pleased with the crc so ill stick with it.
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Right, I do think you get more for your money with the CRC, but I like the L4 myself. Just personal preference. The only car I have had thta I liked more was the REV 4 I had. I am considering trying a Corally, just not sure I want to spend the money on a car and then not like it.
JJ If U buy the Corally first make sure it is the graphite 1. and second if U don't like it let me know and I'll buy it off U. That way U aint waisting your money.

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