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 Posted: Feb-10-2012 09:41AM
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What model C/W car?

 Posted: Feb-10-2012 08:33AM
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I will be running my CW sprint car this year. Without giving out your secret winning formula,could you give me a base setup for running on asphalt. Shock oil,springs,foam tires,ride height,tire size and compound.

I promise it will be our secret, Thanks

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 Posted: Feb-10-2012 12:25AM
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I'm gonna make an executive decision and deem 48 oz. to be the weight of our wingless sprints.

...and my bad on the 17.5 sedans...we'll have both ramping (expert) and nonramping classes and both will be featured at the May 6th race.

 Posted: Feb-09-2012 11:00PM
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The bodies for both oval classes will be the same as they are now....

 Posted: Feb-09-2012 09:05PM
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Gary on the 17.5 oval are the bodies going to be the new cot bodies with spoiler only or the old way with the wings ?

 Posted: Feb-09-2012 01:58PM
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 Gary- novice classes need to also be non boosted,both oval and on-road..roar approved esc\software on list

keep the 17five sedan non boosted for gp club racing, esc\software must be on roar approved list .

 

we don't even check weight at our bigger dirt oval races, all the cars weigh close with or without wings to one another, a few grams isn't going to make a break someones run.

Enforce more esc\software,  and mms readings on motor more than worrying about the  possibilty of  tossing lead on the track and killing a 1000.oo pancar after the sprint cars ran. 

 

I just weighed  my 3 sprint cars without wing weigh 49.3-51.2 oz, but if needed 48oz would be perfect wingless min...like i said the weight is a non factor...

 

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 Posted: Feb-09-2012 08:27AM
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Maybe we did....I'll check with the others.

 Posted: Feb-09-2012 05:24AM
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I thought we said that 17.5 Sedan would remain Non-ramping and that the ramping class was going away? Maybe I misunderstood.

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 Posted: Feb-08-2012 10:21PM
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I was thinking that 48 oz was a pretty good weight without the wing...thanks for the feedback.

The 17.5 blinky class meant to be easy to drive and less techy to set up and will help novice racers get the experience needed to make the move up. When they do move up they'll already have the body and aero package needed for the next class.

 Posted: Feb-08-2012 10:09PM
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52oz is pretty porky with the wings off the car, my car with no wings I think is 49oz. I think 48oz is a fair baseline. I know my car is a tad on the heavy side.

I'm really glad to hear the 17.5 is going to be a blinky class. Are there any other changes to that class? there was buzz about a spec body or going to a spoiler only?

 Posted: Feb-08-2012 10:08PM
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Sweet, Thanks for the info, I will have my VTA at the March race I will set it up with a silver can for the race.  can't wait to race,

Dan

 

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 Posted: Feb-08-2012 09:56PM
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Board meeting notes....

Oval -

*Adding wingless sprints per the rules in this thread, weight was discussed, seemed like 52 oz might require too much weight to be added. Thoughts?

* 17.5 ramping changed to non ramping to make the class more novice/low buck friendly. General consensus of the Board was that with the addition of Sprints there wouldn't be enough racers to populate another mid-class

*10.5 oval changed to 13.5

On road -

*Adding VTA...we'll run both silver can and brushless 25.5 at the March warm up to see how they compare. Leaning toward silver can to better accomodate our club racers...

* 17.5 Sedan will be a ramping class, no 13.5 sedan class

* Short Course truck dropped

* All other classes remain the same

Here is the 2012 Ground Pounder race schedule / location / featured class

March 4 - Water Agency - Warm up race

April 1 - Water Agency - Mini

May 6 - Driven Raceway - Ramping 17.5 Sedan

June 3 - Les Schwab - 13.5 oval / Wingless Sprints

July 7 - Driven Raceway - (night race) Slash Bash

August 5 - Water Agency - 24 Minutes of Le Mans (Nitro Sedan on road)

September 9 - Les Schwab - 17.5 non ramping oval / Nitro oval

October 7 - Driven Raceway - F-1

October 27 - Water Agency - (night race) Figure Eight

*Water Agency - 404 Aviation Blvd, Santa Rosa

* Driven Raceway - 4601 Redwood Dr, Rohnert Park

* Les Schwab - 6700 Hembree Ln., Windsor

 Posted: Feb-03-2012 10:36PM
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Racer X, the board is meeting next Wednesday to discuss several different classes for this year.....

Personally, I think the VTA class will run, it's just a question of whether it's silver can or brushless.

 Posted: Feb-03-2012 09:02PM
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Anything on the VTA Class?

Thanks,

Dan

 

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 Posted: Feb-03-2012 02:54PM
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Got off the phone with the rest of the board, looks like we'll be adding a nitro wingless class as well!

Just kidding.......

Trying to keep it light in here before we even turn our first laps in this new class!

Rules will be announced soon, doubt there will be any surprises. We didn't get to be one of Nor-Cal oldest and most successful clubs by going hard against the current.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Posted: Feb-03-2012 02:04PM
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we are running wingless , the 52oz is a general rule and won't apply to wingless class, the weight deal is a non issue..Without wings weight would be closer to 48oz

 Guy's this is really simple  BOTW\DODC basis rules

 

Asphalt 360 wingless Sprintcars

 

dirt oval type 4 wheel independent  suspension, NO 4wd, no solid axle

 

dirt oval type 2inch diameter wheels- ABSOLUtly no pancar type wheels with adapters

 

13five roar approved motor

 

NON BOOSTED - must be esc on the roar approved list

 

roar approved esc, that is either a no timing esc or software that can be teched for no esc timing, if its on the roar list approved for non timing ,it's legal. i posted up roar link page for people to see 

 

side panels, hood, tank,  headers,cage.

 

2 cell approved lipo

 

the rest of the rules are simple and all the dirt oval cars out meet those rules

keep this simple and have some fun with the Asphalt 360 Sprintcars!

 

Anyone needing advice shoot me an email or call..

 

 

 

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 Posted: Feb-02-2012 09:23AM
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It's all pretty simple. 4 tires, 4 shocks, chassis, Cage, Wing size, headers. Basically any Sprintcar made today conforms to these rules. Even an old style gear box car of yesteryear would work. My old Cw Direct Drive car from 18 years ago is legal.

I do suggest that you go to the Dirt Oval.com link and read up. However, the rules are very simple. The last thing I am sure Gary wants is to have to police another class. So keeping the rules as they are is a great idea. It is very easy to tech this class. You just need a scale and the ability to look at the little blinking light on the Esc.

It's gonna be a great class for sure. Can't wait to get out there and mix it up with so many drivers. Just need to finish up my castor wheels to put on top of my cage for when I wreck. It's much faster that way - lol

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 Posted: Feb-02-2012 07:15AM
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DODC rules are 52 oz. it's in the general chassis rules, not the sprint body rules.

depending on the car you may have to add about an ounce if you're not running a wing.

 Posted: Feb-01-2012 11:08PM
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I am still learning about oval sprint racing. I think that KOZ is right on about the rules. I read the DODC rules and I think they would a perfect fit for the ground pounder sprint class. It did't mention the mininum weight, but I think its 52oz. Here is the website with the current rules.

http:/dirtoval.com/rules/index.html

I hope this helps anyone that might be confused about whats legal and whats not...

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 Posted: Feb-01-2012 10:15PM
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Greg,

Tower hobbies carries Custom works. Bumps and jumps also carries all of your Custom Works parts and others. Kipps Hobbies. Left hander rc. Jrc (Jeffrey racing concepts?)

There are some more, but I think that will get you started. Also I do believe that Jake is going to be stocking Custom Works products and probably can order what ever you need.

These new gearbox cars are nothing like they were when you and I raced in the old days. These cars are extremely fast and with the new transmissions only have 3 gears in them. They have very little resistance. I am amazed at these cars. Also we have so much power over yesteryear that the transmission really isn't any issue anymore. You would be fine purchasing a standard Gbx2 or the newer Gbx3. Either car will be great for an old guy like yourself

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