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BobWoodhouse



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Registration date : 2007-06-28

PostSubject: Hello from Bob   June 29th 2007, 12:03 am

Hi,

I have been running an electric 4wd 1/10th (Losi xxx-4) at MARCCA in Arlington. It looks like there might not be a class for that at your track. If I did showup with that, would it have a place in the stadium truck class? Any ideas on how to play there?

Best,
Bob
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carmelo



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Registration date : 2007-06-15

PostSubject: Re: Hello from Bob   June 29th 2007, 3:42 pm

Hey Bob, I myself just started racing there. Great facility and people.

I raced up there a couple of weeks ago with my nitro stadium truck and they put all electric and nitro trucks together. The main was 15 minutes and when I was there it was won by an electric truck. Plus I do believe that they allow you to run brushless and lipo.
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BobWoodhouse



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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Bob   June 29th 2007, 5:52 pm

There is mention on the Home Page of "stop on by the shop". Is there a hobby store associated with the track?
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carmelo



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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Bob   June 29th 2007, 6:40 pm

It's maybe a 2-3 minute drive from the track.

I'd bring my wheeler too and race with you but I'm pretty busy with gas truck and 1/8th scale.

I plan on being there tommorrow.
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BobWoodhouse



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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Bob   June 29th 2007, 10:41 pm

I will not be there tomorrow. I will go to marcca on Sunday, but the next Saturday (July 7), I may try to get out to this track. What is a good tire type -- step pin, bowtie, holeshot, etc?
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xtremerc



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Registration date : 2007-03-26

PostSubject: Hi Bob!!   June 30th 2007, 3:57 am

Hey Bob;

Hope you can make it on the 7th. I think you will be really glad you came and saw what Cheese City X-treme RC is all about. Let me introduce my self. I am Rick Alston. Track announcer and communcations director for Cheese City X-treme RC and Discount America Hobby and Motor Sports. We race every Saturday from the end of May untill october or November or untill the weather gets to cold. We have many different racers for all over the stateline area. Our youngest racers are around 8 or 9 and we have racers into there 60's . We welcome all racers and spectators.

We also have Discount America Hobby and Motorsports. Monroe's complete Radio controlled hobby and atv dealership. We carry a huge variety of different rc parts for all makes and models and more than likely will have what you need on hand.

Any questions please feel free to reply to this or you can contact or shop at 608-325-4502 or our club president Ryan Mellenberger @ 608-558-0668.

As for tires I have seen people have alot of luck with both step pins and bow ties.

Thanks

Rick Alston
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carmelo



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PostSubject: Re: Hello from Bob   June 30th 2007, 6:37 am

I've been using old step pins or bow ties. I tried some holeshots but they didn't work too well as they were probably over 5 years old.
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Registration date : 2007-05-15

PostSubject: Re: Hello from Bob   July 1st 2007, 2:16 am

Hi Bob, as a fellow 10th scale racer I would recomend that you use proline lug nuts. They hook up on our track very well. I have been racing with the club for thee years now. Most of the 10th scale racer that have run in that time have used those tires. I hope that you find this info useful and I hope to see you at the track soon jocolor
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