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 Posted: Nov-30-2012 05:00PM
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My vote is for 13.5, no timing, any ratio, I like the Trans Am idea.....

If you make it easy enough for a novice, will the regular racers be interested?

 Posted: Nov-30-2012 01:20PM
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I like the Vintage rules but, the tires are the draw back. If the 13.5 motor is to be used, then no timing on the end plate.

Gordon.

 Posted: Nov-30-2012 10:53AM
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Vintage Rules, with a motor change?



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 Posted: Nov-30-2012 10:30AM
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Rob, that sound better than runnig an oval body, and you want to run the HPI tires and wheels? I think we will be going through tires and wheels faster then runnig rubber tires.

Greg, we could run a 13.5 motor, but would'nt that be a littel fast for the Novice driver? I was looking to have a class that anyone novice as well as expert could run.

Gordon.

 Posted: Nov-30-2012 08:01AM
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13.5 open edm 2s on asphalt....er pavement....

 Posted: Nov-29-2012 05:34PM
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How about a street stock class those rules with vintage body?

 

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 Posted: Nov-28-2012 02:10PM
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The intent was to get away from cutting the foam tires and run pre mounted rubber tires that will last a season. That way the spec tire will not change in diameter through out the race season. I had suggested 21.5 motor but that was shot down in favor of the 17.5 motor.

Gordon.

 Posted: Nov-28-2012 01:39PM
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With a 17.5NR, couldn't you just about go full throttle around the turns? espaecially on one cell. How about bumpimng it up to 13.5? and maybe foams?

 Posted: Nov-27-2012 12:39PM
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At the last meeting I brought up suggestions for new class. One class would be a Spec oval 4wd, any TC chassis, on rubber tires 30 to 36 shier, 17.5 motor set to zero timing at the end plate, a zero timing speed control or no ramping ESC , a 1s or 2s battery with a maximum mah of 6300 mah for one cell and 5300 mah for two cell, an oval body without a wing, and a minimum weight of 1450g. A spec gear ratio was not mention, but that could be discoursed.

This class would be open to any driver, novice to expert with 5 minute heats and mains. This is just a suggested class, what do you think?

Gordon.

 Posted: Nov-18-2012 11:11AM
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I'll be camping and ATV'n all next week. Have fun at the meeting and see you at the banquet.

 

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 Posted: Nov-17-2012 01:46PM
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Tuesday the 20 is the Ground Pounders meeting. We can talk about the banquet, the classes, what ever. Thats 7:30pm at the Round Table pizza across from Coding town mall. See ya there.

Gordon.

 Posted: Nov-12-2012 06:26PM
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Will be there. Sure wish I could have raced that last race. Next year still need to recover. See you on the 7th. 

 Posted: Nov-07-2012 07:22PM
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It's from 7:30 - 9:30....BE THERRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRE!

 Posted: Nov-07-2012 05:42PM
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I think it starts at 7 PM. At the Rohnert park Roundtable.

 Posted: Nov-05-2012 08:11AM
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do u now what time?

 Posted: Nov-04-2012 05:22PM
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Thanks for a great season everybody. See you all December 7 at the banquet If not earlier.

 Posted: Oct-29-2012 09:56AM
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Thanks for another great race day!!! The GP club and all of the races i have ever ben a parts of have ben some of the most fun i have ever had racing onroad! Thanks agin for a great year of racing!!!!!!!!!

 Posted: Oct-26-2012 08:24PM
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I think so....

No halogen or high wattage lights please!

 Posted: Oct-26-2012 02:20PM
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Sign ups at 12 and start at 3 still?

 Posted: Oct-24-2012 01:50PM
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I didn't run enough races to qualify for the points race so watch for me to be a factor in the Trans Am and Slash races.....

BBWWWWWWAAAAAAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHAAAA!!!!!

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