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Old 03-19-2007, 05:52 PM   #7726
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Well after being with Full Throttle for just over a week now, I'm starting to see just how much better I can run!!! WOW... Extra rip goes a looooonnngg way... With my 19 turn being the fastest 19 turn I've ever owned, and also the fastest motor on the track I know now it's an upward hike for me... The power is there, i just have to controll it a little better. Thanks to Vic and Nate for all your help this weekend. Thanks to all the team drivers who came out to Action Hobbies 3rd anual March Meltdown. An amazing performance was displayed by all!

Here are the results :

Scott Smither
Stock Touring Car A-Main- 2nd Place

Wayne Vince
1/12th scale A-main- 1st Place (TQ)
Stock Touring Car A-Main- 5th Place
Micro Offroad A-main- 1st Place (TQ)

Andy Vetor
Stock Touring Car A-main- 1st Place (TQ)

John Posthumus
Stock Touring Car B-main- 5th Place despite a rough start (sorry buddy )
1/12th scale A-main- 7th Place

Nate Talaskavich
19 Turn Touring Car B-main- 2nd Place
Modified Touring Car A-main- 3rd Place

Erin Zonta
Stock Touring car B-main- 3rd Place
19 Turn Touring Car A-main- 4th Place
Modified Touring Car A-main- 2nd Place

Vic Garcia
Stock Touring car C-main- 6th Place
Micro Offroad A-main- 10th Place * That Truck was DIALED!!! *

Let me know if I left anything out...

LOOK AT THE HARDWARE!!! WAY TO GO EVERYONE!!!
ya talked to vic today GREAT JOB GUYS
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Old 03-19-2007, 07:37 PM   #7727
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Wowwy FT Canada is rocking it...maybe i shouldn't even bother going to the Canadian Challenge you guys got it covered
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Old 03-19-2007, 08:36 PM   #7728
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So whats the general consensus? Are we going with design #2 for the new FT stickers?
http://www.rctech.net/forum/showpost...postcount=7677
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Old 03-19-2007, 09:12 PM   #7729
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So whats the general consensus? Are we going with design #2 for the new FT stickers?
http://www.rctech.net/forum/showpost...postcount=7677

Design 2 looks hot. What about putting the flames under the writing tho? I think that would make it look even better!

Keep up the good results guys, nothing like true power
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Old 03-19-2007, 09:19 PM   #7730
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Design 2 looks hot. What about putting the flames under the writing tho?
It would be way to big that way.
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Old 03-19-2007, 09:27 PM   #7731
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It would be way to big that way.
I mean swap them from the top to the bottom, not add them to the bottom also. Either way it looks great!
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Old 03-19-2007, 10:30 PM   #7732
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Erin , thanks for posting up the race report , I was trying to but work got in the way . Full throttle did clean up very nicely . Mike , You have to come to the Canadian Challenge . I want to see you ,Scott , Wayne and John battle it out in 1/12 . It was awsome watching you and Scott at the Magma race . Thanks to all team members for making it a great weekend and keeping it FULLTHROTTLE
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Old 03-20-2007, 01:46 AM   #7733
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Hey Bill,

I sent you an envelope with payment a few days ago for my order for the Canadian Challenge. Did you get it?

Thanks!

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Old 03-20-2007, 02:43 AM   #7734
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you coming to my race in june e-mail me and let me know

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Probably unlikely, work and other commitments around june... I have a world championship sailing event I'm signed up to, and in with a shout of a good result

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Old 03-20-2007, 06:19 AM   #7735
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Old 03-20-2007, 06:43 AM   #7736
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Thanks Bob, it was a kickass race just lots of bad luck. Cant wait to go back next year.
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I sent you an envelope with payment a few days ago for my order for the Canadian Challenge. Did you get it?

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Old 03-20-2007, 09:57 AM   #7739
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Well, it's in the bag now. We made it home from the Cactus around midnight Oklahoma time Monday night. Damn that is a long drive. Anyway, I wanted to say Congrats to Heath for putting it in the A in stock buggy and winning the C in 19 turn.

Lookes like Brian and his wife made it home in one piece. Hey, Brian it was nice to meet you guys and great fun racing with you. You are welcome under our easyup any time. Got a table and chair with your name on it waiting for you. You did a heck of a job at the Cactus. Them mod classes are tough in a big race like that.

Chris it was nice to mee you too. Everyone from Full Throttle ran hard and fast. The track was brutal and the competition was tough, but we came out in good standing.

Bill thanks for all the help those phone calls really made a difference. It is good to have that kind of support when it is needed.

Well, I had better get back to work. I'm kind of back logged here and the pile isn't getting any smaller. I just wanted to say Congrates to Heath, good job Brian and Chris and THANKS to Full Throttle for making the speed possible.


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Old 03-20-2007, 11:29 AM   #7740
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I almost forgot. Anita wanted me to say thanks to Chris Young from Bumps and Jumps for the Full Throttle support. She had fun cheering on line with you Chris.

It was really cool to be out on the track put down the car for the race and having Jimmy say something about your driver from the fans back home. It is nice to have the support from the folks that can't be at the race. Gotta love the LiveRC.

Hey Bill, Anita wanted me to ask where the heck were your pom poms Sunday?

Later,
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