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View Poll Results: How should electrics and nitro be dealt with at series races?
Run electrics and nitros together and score together? 13 15.48%
Run electrics and nitros together and score separately? 15 17.86%
Run electrics and nitros separately, and score separately? 56 66.67%
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Old 09-23-2009, 06:55 PM   #51
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Calvin.. I think a lot of the people here are getting the wrong message about e-buggy and truggy. its not negativity, and they're certainly not unwanted. Its just that they're too different to properly compete with nitro in the series and many of the nitro racers agree (see the poll results).
They need their own class, and thats what we're aiming to do. We want to have a full field of e-buggy (and eventually truggy), and I'm on that list myself as I'll be getting a caster fusion over the winter and getting it ready for next season.
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I completely agree that they are two different machines, owning both I can say this is very true. However its getting old reading all the comparisons between the two and I'm definitely not pointing any fingers, just want to race with some buddies in a new class in a Series I enjoy! I'm really looking forward to next season and running both my Nitro Jammin and the new Tekin Powered E-Jammin!!
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