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 Posted: Mar-12-2012 09:50AM
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Gary, will you still be running the silver can in your car or are you switching to the dark side.

Gordon.

 Posted: Mar-08-2012 10:27AM
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Our minimum weight is 1450 gms....I had to add 150 gms to my HPI make it but my TC3 is only about 10 gms light.

Jake usually stocks them...don't know if he has them right at the moment......

 Posted: Mar-08-2012 09:25AM
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Greg gave me a tc5, but i got the ok to hand it too Lathrop so they can come run with us and also add to the sprint car count.!! but i'll look around , those bodies just make it look so cool.. and they are slow enough for me to wheel I'm sure Jake stocks the correct tire and wheel?

 

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 Posted: Mar-07-2012 09:37PM
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Hi Kevin,

the rules we are running are a little different than the usvtarules you can run any sedan chassis you want  there is a min weight of 1545 grams Gordon correct me if I am wrong and the Novak 25.5 brushless system. we are using the Roar rules we run the VTA HPI tires and rims. and gearing between 3.6 - 3.7 Final drive.  that would be so cool if you and PBR would run the class.

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 Posted: Mar-07-2012 08:06PM
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and bump ups for sure! no more than 8 cars in an oval A main.

 Posted: Mar-07-2012 08:02PM
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Kevin,

http://www.usvintagetransam.com/

I've been thinking about it as well, I have a super clean FT TC4 in the rafters. Maybe in a few months after I get the oval program in a good groove.

 Posted: Mar-07-2012 03:24PM
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I put a post on the wingless thread as well. 360 wingless sprint cars would be really cool to take top 6 into A and have bump up's from lower qualifiers. This would make making the A much more rewarding and would also help someone that just happen to have bad qualifiers.

The lower qualifiers could be run before the novice A main and that would give guy's plenty of time to be ready. This is going to be one of the largest attended oval classes in a long time, and with talk of others coming over to run with us it would be very professional and promote our club's stellar reputation even more.

The vta class cars look really cool and so much unlike the sedan's i could almost get into one of those and throw on a Mark Donaugh AMX body . where do i locate the rules to this class?

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 Posted: Mar-07-2012 03:04PM
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What fun would it be without a little smack????

 Posted: Mar-07-2012 09:43AM
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Oh, it's so on like Donkey Kong ..BRING IT ON!!! Also Gary, the 25.5 motor runs surprizingly cool for those five minutes. You may want to run the motor for five or six minutes to see if their is any problems inturnaly. I had problems with the sensor board and thanks to Charlie switching the board out the glitch went away. I look forward to April 1 when Dan, David, and yourself and whoever else wants to race the VTA class can race side by side and bang some doors.

Gordon.

 Posted: Mar-06-2012 10:24PM
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Rebuilding what was supposed to be my nephew's car into my VTA Camaro. It worked a TON better than my old HPI...that'll be Dominic's car now...it works fine with foams on it. Anxious to get my motor/esc set up and see how it runs.

Dan, Gordon and David.....I'm comin for ya!

 Posted: Mar-05-2012 12:45PM
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Had a great time dirt trackn that sprint around and qualified 4 so that was cool.Spun spur in 13.5 pancar and tagged wall in sprint main.Next time maybe run a little better...big thanks to kevin,jake,gary. 

 Posted: Mar-05-2012 11:42AM
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Fun Day of racing, beautiful weather, the GP Club is off to a great start for 2012!

Results are posted here .... http://www.thegroundpounders.com/zcode/admin/page.cfm?InfoID=3297



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 Posted: Mar-05-2012 11:38AM
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Great day of racing perfect weather. Stock slash class was fun can't wait for next mounth. See you at the races.

 Posted: Mar-05-2012 10:48AM
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PBR, that's cool.....hope you had a good time and will come back....

 Posted: Mar-05-2012 10:46AM
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What you saw is what we'll be running....no interior (unless you wanna), non adjustable 25.5 brushless, non ramping esc, spec tires, 3.4-3.7 overall ratio and vintage body. It was kind of a mish mash because some of the parts aren't yet available but should be shortly.

 Posted: Mar-05-2012 10:45AM
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The ROAR rules for VTA are slightly different. The weight is 1450g and there are three motor types. Check the ROAR web site for the break down on the class. Gary, Dan, and David ran silver cans on Sunday to see if they would be fast enough to run with the 25.5 motor that I ran. Dan's car was fast enough to give the 25.5 a fun race, but the draw back is the high temp the silver can produced. Yes, the VTA web site encouages classic Trans Am muscle cars from late sixties to early seventies and to have a driver included.

Sunday was warm and the racing hot. The 360 wingless sprints were outsanding, a good turn out for the new class. I had fun racing the VTA class. Dan your car is cool, and fast it was a great race right down to the finish. See you all at the water distric on April 1.

Gordon.

 Posted: Mar-04-2012 09:01PM
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Great racing, good fun! Thanks everybody that was a blast. Had a chance to run my new TC6 that car is sweet! I have a question about the new VTA class, when the point series starts are the rules Going be as tight as they are on this link here ?(http://www.usvintagetransam.com/rules/index.html) It says you have to have a painted interior with a driver. And has it been decided that it will be a running silver cans or 25.5 brushless? I'm just curious because I think I'm going to build one.

 Posted: Mar-04-2012 08:54PM
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yes a great day of racing...good to see everybody enjoying there day of racing ...weather was GREAT....how many entries 80 or so?? the sprint cars were exciting and fast cya at the next one

 Posted: Mar-04-2012 08:05PM
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Big thanks to the Ground Pounders for a great day of racing and fun!!

The VTA Class is great I had a blast Racing with Gordon, Gary and Dave.

Those were some good Battles Gordon, that was a lot of fun!!!!

See ya at the next race,

 Dan.

 

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 Posted: Mar-04-2012 07:54PM
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WOW!!! What a day! The track was set up super early so there was lots of practice...thanks to all involved. Everything got started on time, beautiful weather and new classes....the sprints were the big story of the day with two heats, 17.5 NR oval had lots of cars and Trans Am had four entries...lots of fun.

Thanks to all who helped run the race day...still need a few more announcers...its a piece of cake to do and there are plenty of GP's there during the day....please step up and give it a try.

Next race is April 1 at the same site!

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