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 Posted: Sep-12-2017 10:10AM
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Oh yea lowering theses cars is a good idea with a lot of grip traction roll kinda wild 4 out of 5 times lands on wheels keep driving hella fun lol. Optional three peice frontend will make lowering easy. 

 Posted: Sep-12-2017 10:00AM
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So I'll try to keep it short. First Blake what you guys are trying to do with the legends just adding another fun class to race, with bearings is perfect with motor and battery rule. Chuck and I with the out of the box setup no funny buissness with bushings got theses cars going 4.5/4.4 with little setting up can easily get them to go 4.0. Fast super truck lap is 3.6 here. So we're doing something alittle different at delta, we're going to slow them down for the newbie racer and get the cost down even more by specing the same lipo battery they use back east. Dinamite reaction 20c 1800 pack runs from 10-12 dollars. Trying to keep the cars at 4.8-5.0 pace. I'm just putting it out there but if we get nothing but racers wanting to have fun then will go with same battery and bearing rule and do 4.0 all day. Now after talkn with old school legend racers and there talkn about how they used to boil bushings in oil and polishing doing all this crap shoot save time put bearings in it. I know it's a cost thing what 10 extra dollars gets you bearings, that oil cost like 15. Keeping it simple is what it's all about. 

 Posted: Sep-11-2017 09:08AM
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Thanks delta for a fun day of racing. Sad to lose a good chassis, but look at the Brightside I get to build a new one. Thanks Craig for the fast loaner car. Thanks Smoking Bald KICKER for the dogs and buns. Everything considered agreat day ln all.

Awall basher trying to be a racer!
TOM

 Posted: Sep-11-2017 08:10AM
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Another fun day at delta asphalt track. Jhonny those cosco dogs were off the hook thank you. Seems to be the thing to do now, eat good food while racing. Sad day for tom with some sort of malfunction and supper truck gose full speed into fence and was completely distoryed. And the legend cars are pretty fast for a cheesy toy, maybe alittle too fast for the newbie racer. I,ll do another post on that later today. 

 Posted: Sep-09-2017 07:20PM
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Feels like it been forever since our last race looking forward to it can't wait

 Posted: Sep-06-2017 09:55AM
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Yea that's the piont and I'm not a fan of specing just one battery brand it's not fair for shops that don't carry it and they could get rid of ones that are sitting nobody buying. Trying to keep it simple and fair. 

 Posted: Sep-06-2017 07:12AM
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Sweet so like the spec packs everyone and the hobby shops already has for tcs semi truck. If I get time I'll build one up! 

 

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 Posted: Sep-05-2017 08:08PM
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Ok so for the legend cars we're going to spec any 3300 to 4200 mah 35c hardcase 2s lipo batttery. 38 oz weight any weight added must be on battery side left. That means any where on side plates within the length of the battery. We'll see how this works and adjust if nesassary. 

 Posted: Sep-05-2017 05:42AM
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For anyone who dosen't know of these legend cars, there rj speed legends the kit cost 90 dollars comes with body and foam bsr yellow strip tires and no electronics. There's a chassis kit for 60 dollars no tires or body. To me that's a better deal. There is eight different body's to choose from. When building read the hint page first helps for smooth build, one chassis spacer needs to move forward to different hole for added room for battery. Keeping it simple makes great racing. 

 Posted: Sep-05-2017 05:28AM
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Sweet we planned on bringing ours up to your track to see how the gearing works out on the bigger track. The gear rule is base on track to track. The rubber tire is badass on these cars too. 

 Posted: Sep-04-2017 08:58PM
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Hmmm we were lookin at doin legends too!   

 

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 Posted: Sep-04-2017 05:02PM
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We had a blast with the legends.super cheap fun,cool looking,and just fast enough to have tight door to door racing.perfect car for the beginner,or if you just wanna have inexpensive fun.we will be running them this coming sunday.

 Posted: Sep-04-2017 04:44PM
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So chuck and I tested out the legend car, they were a lot of fun perfect speed for the new guy wanting to get into asphalt oval racing and those of us who like to have fun with out spending a bunch of money on another car. About a second off the 17.5 trucks with out of box setup on rubber tires. If your interested in building one, we're staying with legends rules on chassis. The only changes are running hobby wing 3650 25.5 motor, 5000 mah. 30c battery with dean, Tamiya or traaxis plugs. Tcs or crc rubber tires. The tires are a little extra cost but will pay for itself in the long run. Gearing is the same as legend rules 20 or 22 pinion 81 spur. Will have them out for this Sunday's race. Lots of fun and look cool too. 

 Posted: Sep-01-2017 02:43PM
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Sept 9 Dirt oval, any takers? Hopefully the heat will be a fond memory by then!

 

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 Posted: Sep-01-2017 09:26AM
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I'm gona cancel sundays practice session due to heat, most of you guys are from out of town so it's not worth the drive for a couple of hours. 

 Posted: Aug-29-2017 08:07AM
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hey JOE thank you for trying. we up here have been having low turn out too,we have always have a good little club event though, summer?heat?money?intrest?new drivers?distance?family time? other events?don`nt know the real reason. again thanks for posting. 

 Posted: Aug-28-2017 08:50PM
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Sup guys, asphalt racing for September is the 10th and the 24th. There will be open practice this Sunday the 3rd. My self and a few others will be out there. If you have a legends car bring it out, doesn't matter what your running in it. Chuck and I are working on a entry level class that dosen't cost much and can be fun to run for anyone. Need to keep it simple and cheap. So we're trying out different motors and battery combos, and possibly try out those rubber tires. 

 Posted: Aug-28-2017 06:16PM
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Last post: Sep 16, 2017
Member since:Nov 8, 2008
SUMMER DIRT OVAL The first series race was a no go. Chuck, Cory and myself were the only ones with cars there. This last Sat. no one. There for I am canceling the series. We can still try to have club races on those dates. I know there were people that wanted to come out but had previous plans and other things came up. I am not sure what to do. So I am thinking of trying to get some kind of roll call for the dates that remain. Maybe racers can post up and plan to commit to certain dates that are on the schedule. Maybe we can get a race in. Joe

 Posted: Aug-26-2017 05:28AM
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HEY THERE RACE FANS....OVALFEST IS COMING TO P-1 ....WARM UP RACE SATURDAY 9-30-17...THE OVALFEST RACE IS ON 10-14-17....MORE INFOMATION ON THERE SIGHT

 Posted: Aug-19-2017 06:02AM
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Just a reminder we're BBQ'n Sunday so if you want to bring a side bring it. Kraigs bring meat and I'm bring salsa and guac. 

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