Doug, why not try the new 1 brush class. It's a hybrid and you can pick if you want the brush in the + or - slot.Mr.fastman said:I love those handouts, do you think it will have a purple endbell?
Greg, I believe your only half right. I think MOD never caught on due to expense. You could eat a ton of tire every run, that gets expensive. Mod motors do cost more, and racers look at that area also.Greg H said:19t and open mod classes were offered in previous years. The problem is that there are too many expert level racers around here who choose to run only stock. This left the faster classes too thin, so all the fast guys eventually gravitated to stock.
I don't think brushless will change that. A 4300 class will likely go the same way as 19t, a lot of interest for the first few races and then they'll all be running stock again.
So, the decision is whether to introduce brushless as an entry level class or a pro class. I think the idea was to attract more new racers by creating a sportsmen level class with fewer variables and lower cost. Will all the pro drivers end up in this class? Based on past experience, YES! I'm not sure you can stop this without banning the more experienced racers from those classes.