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View Poll Results: What Classes at Sid's would you run in the new year?
2wd Open - must be 1/10 buggy - but no limit on motor or batt. 4 12.12%
2wd spec - 1/10 buggy, 19t (eqiv brushless TBD) must tech pass. 3 9.09%
4wd Open - 1/10 as per 2wd 6 18.18%
4wd spec - as per 2wd spec 2 6.06%
1/10 Stadium truck open - MUST BE 1/10 STADIUM as per 2wd open 2 6.06%
Stadium truck spec as per 2wd spec. 8 24.24%
RUN WHAT YA BRUNG! - I think you get it! 8 24.24%
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Old 10-04-2006, 09:37 PM   #11
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I think 27turn spec would be better as 19turn motors are pretty fast and not much slower than mods.
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Old 10-04-2006, 11:05 PM   #12
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2wd Open FTB4/LRP/Reedy/Proline/SMC/M11/Spektrum
2wd 19T
4wd Open
Truck Open

I know a guy that ran a losi 17T Double in a blackfoot. That thing was a hoot to run. It would wheelie down the rollers.
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Old 10-04-2006, 11:24 PM   #13
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Originally Posted by Crafty
I would bring out my OLD buggy to race in a vintage class...


Yes I think a 2wd 27t (or 19t) vintage would work because we would have enough to run it.

I could put my PRO se in there and still run 4wd with my Yokomo.

Not enough Vintage trucks (even the oldest are still competitive) and 4wd to have a class I would think.

But older losi Koyosho Associated could run a class np I think.. we would setup our own stds as to what is vintage I guess.
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...in RC since... what was I talking about again?
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