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 Posted: Jul-06-2012 12:33PM
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I'm gonna stick my foot in it and say that we will go with the TCS rules and the spec tire.

Thanks Gordon for the feedback

 Posted: Jul-06-2012 12:16PM
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I have the sprayers and the secret sauce formula see everybody about 10-10:30am tomorrow. I was at the last two meetings and I believe the rule was voted on using Tamiya 60 D Super Grip Radial tire part number #1016 for mini.

 Posted: Jul-06-2012 11:41AM
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Can I run Pro-line Fuzzies?

Just checking! LOL!

I asked Sherman and his answer was "I don't know"

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 Posted: Jul-06-2012 11:11AM
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I'd hang on just a little bit before assuming that the ruling has been changed. The Board is swapping e-mails trying to get to the bottom of the tire deal .... Posting up on the message board, things have got out of whack timing wise.

Personally, and this is just my opinion. Running the 1016 treaded premounts would make tech easy, make the playing field very level, and stick with the spirit of the rules better ... Just my 2cents worth. as I don't run the class!



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 Posted: Jul-06-2012 10:53AM
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thanks for the clarification guys i got both sets of tires in my hands but at least now i know which set to setup the car to! It really dosnt matter to me, both tires are just as fast. Its just with the slicks theres no tire break in and the fall off is much less which results in a longer lasting more user freindly fast tire. Oh and you replace them less which is cheaper! i like that Thanks again guys can't wait for tommorrow! Gonna wheel the hell out of joe in a gokart!!

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 Posted: Jul-06-2012 09:55AM
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Gary, the Mini rule was brought up at the May meeting. The Club discused a body change, but want the TCS rules. However, your the Prez and I will follow your lead.

Gordon.

 Posted: Jul-06-2012 07:01AM
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now i know what shoes to bring..........dance mini dance!

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 Posted: Jul-06-2012 06:58AM
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So there we have it.  Slicks are legal then!

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 Posted: Jul-05-2012 09:44PM
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Sporto, I went through the GP rules and there's no mention of any Mini rules. I remember discussing using the TCS rules but don't recall the tire restriction.

It just goes ta show ya Jane......it's always somethin'!

 Posted: Jul-05-2012 09:42PM
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 Posted: Jul-05-2012 06:08PM
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I was looking all over for the thread and here it is up top. Cool!!

 

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 Posted: Jul-05-2012 06:52AM
 Edited:  Jul-04-2012 11:00PM
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Hi All in regards to The Mini Tire Rule I was informed that we were using the TCS Premount tires I purchased the 1029's which are the TCS legal premount Slick tire. so we can not use these? so can we please get a official clarification on this issue.  

Thanks for your time,

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 Posted: Jul-04-2012 06:27PM
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Oooops....that's not what I was running.....at the back of the pack. Didn't know.

 Posted: Jul-04-2012 04:49PM
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Gary, Joe, and Dan the car man, the club discused this at the meeting in March The rule is that pre-mounted Tamiya 60 D Super Grip Radial tire part number #1016 is used in Ground Pounder races.

The motor must be a "Siver Can" or known as a 540-J motor part number #53689. Body must be a Tamiya, Hop-Up parts must be Tamiya. Battery may be any mili ahmp as long as it's a Roar approved hard case 2 cell.

The club tries to follow the TCS rules, so I hope this clears up the question about the Mini class. I will be at Driven Raceway on Saturday around 11:00 am for our night race if you have any more qeustions.

Gordon.

 Posted: Jul-04-2012 01:31PM
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*I have a Tamiya mini

 Posted: Jul-04-2012 01:30PM
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I have heard conflicting reports, and I want to be sure before I go buy anything, are slicks ok?

 Posted: Jul-04-2012 12:06PM
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We used the TCS rules for gear ratios, notors, bodies, chassis mods, tec....the big stuff.

 Posted: Jul-04-2012 12:04PM
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I have seen and used several different tires....as long as they're rubber and not foam you'll be okay.

 Posted: Jul-04-2012 11:08AM
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Surely someone knows the answer to this question?  We really do not care what tire is chosen, but we need to know before the event.


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 Posted: Jul-04-2012 09:44AM
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We're sorta following the TCS rules for the most part....not sure about the pre-mount rule though..... sorry

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