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But if you want to pick up something that NorCal for sure carries parts for, go for the AE B5, or Losi 22 2.0. Or the Kyosho Rb6, which seems to be well supported there as well.
I'm assuming that my new 2S short packs for my eBuggy LITE will also work for most 1/10 scale cars... gosh, I have SOO much to learn.
Even though the class is small and hasn't "fully" filled up, hopefully, more people will bring their eBuggy LITES so the class can grow, and the new Norcal Hobbies can make more $$$. And maybe more people who race 1/10 scale cars will watch the people racing those cars and say, "hey, I want one of those" .. and then also spend more $$$ at Norcal Hobbies.
I would like to see what other cars people run in SCT and 2wd/4wd buggy, so thats why I want to start racing at the new track.... including my eBuggy LITE. I think it would be great fun to race on the new track! I saw the Youtube videos and it got my juices flowin! I said, "hey, that looks like fun!"
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And I'm still in favor of 17.5 limits for rookies. Or 13.5 at best. I think Steve S, got reamed by a rookie driving a 4x4 with too much power.
2S doesn't make it cooler, read other peoples posts, or just try reading
Parallell= same voltage double MAH.
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You can't consider caution control in r/c like motorsport racing (unless its 5th scale but I'm not going there).
When I think of 1/10th scale off road racing, I think of those arena supercrosses. When those guys pile up, they pile up, and the lucky get through.
In r/c racing.. cars have the right of way, but the driver should be aware of whats going on around track. Turn marshalls shoud be the judge of when its safe to get a car. Again as much as I love trying to be quick (even when rolling my ankle) I aint bending over at the double when I see cars just coming over the table top. In all respect, I'm sorry you hit the double wrong and your gonna lose a position or two, but for safety it better than me getting knocked out from being blind sided by a flying car to the head.
Any track will have a dangerous zone for a marshall, as much as the drivers do not want to hit a marshall. Sometimes it's not possible. You could be going over a jump expecting to go to the side of a marshall, then the next thing you know, the marshall walks right into the path of the vehicle.
We can go all day about the do's and don'ts about marshalling and driving, but in the end there will always be the risk.