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Old 11-12-2003, 12:08 AM
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That make three...two more to your very own class. Selling the EXO2...what will I do with the money???????
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Old 11-12-2003, 12:58 AM
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You will be buying one too. A separate class? I don't think so at least not right now.
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Old 11-12-2003, 01:13 AM
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You will be buying one too. A separate class? I don't think so at least not right now.
Hey man, think positive! It could happen!!!
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Old 11-12-2003, 12:28 PM
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Hey guys, I may be in Milwaukee - but count me in on the BRP bandwagon. I've been driving mine for a while now and love it. sticks like glue to Ozite right out of the box. and fast.

While we are on the BRP topic - as some of you know I am the founder of the IMCRA, a not for profit sanctioning body for 1/18th scale racing (still looking for more tracks and sponsors to sign on by the way ). and we have built the BRP into the Rules to run along with the Micro's etc. as new models come out (xray, duratrax, minit). Originally we put some gearing constraints in to level the speed to run side by side w/Micro's but we got a LOT of flak from the Micro crowd - I'm a micro buff myself so I understand how hard it would be to be tied down that way.

In the 300 Modified 2 Class I am not concerned but in stock how can we keep the BRP's in when there usually will not be enough turning out to run a separate Class?

Any thoughts? The Rules have been significantly updated recently, check them out at www.imcra.org. Thanks to ALapDown for sharing the rules he has authored for us to integrate and reflect on.

At the very least, when I travel on business to SoCal area next time I'll be sure to bring my BRP and a couple of Micros and you guys can show me how you race california style.
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Old 11-13-2003, 01:29 AM
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Hey guys, I may be in Milwaukee - but count me in on the BRP bandwagon. I've been driving mine for a while now and love it. sticks like glue to Ozite right out of the box. and fast.

While we are on the BRP topic - as some of you know I am the founder of the IMCRA, a not for profit sanctioning body for 1/18th scale racing (still looking for more tracks and sponsors to sign on by the way ). and we have built the BRP into the Rules to run along with the Micro's etc. as new models come out (xray, duratrax, minit). Originally we put some gearing constraints in to level the speed to run side by side w/Micro's but we got a LOT of flak from the Micro crowd - I'm a micro buff myself so I understand how hard it would be to be tied down that way.

In the 300 Modified 2 Class I am not concerned but in stock how can we keep the BRP's in when there usually will not be enough turning out to run a separate Class?

Any thoughts? The Rules have been significantly updated recently, check them out at www.imcra.org. Thanks to ALapDown for sharing the rules he has authored for us to integrate and reflect on.

At the very least, when I travel on business to SoCal area next time I'll be sure to bring my BRP and a couple of Micros and you guys can show me how you race california style.

Dude, the site is a coding site.... I saw no info on rc there....
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Dude, the site is a coding site.... I saw no info on rc there....
he put an extra '.' in there.

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Old 11-13-2003, 02:13 AM
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That extra . was there to indicate the conclusion of his sentence.
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That extra . was there to indicate the conclusion of his sentence.
...and that is why he might have wanted to manually insert the tags to conclude a url, like so: www.imcra.org.
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Sorry about that guys. I let the forum editor auto format the url and it threw the period in as a bonus.

Anyway, your feedback on the topic would sure be appreciated.

Thanks!
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Am I the only one with a WWS car?



I might have to try Intel's BRP this weekend ...maybe I'll convert too

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Old 11-13-2003, 03:47 PM
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Looks like you are the only one with a WWS. I don't have any issues with them. I just want to check yours out and also find out if they have various tire compounds.
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