Go back up and re-read post #3 from IndyRC_Racer. Box stock is the only way to go when racing the Legends cars. That is what they were meant to be, Spec Racers, and part of the reason for the existence of the Trinity spec stuff!SlowRCride said:What brand of 4 cell spec packs do some of these track use? Trinity maybe?
This sounds pretty cool! I like the idea. It's kinda like bracket drag racing. I assume the 6.0 is a six second lap correct? And what happens if you do "break out" ? Disqualified?bst said:In East Tennesse we race our "Legends" in a 6.0 break-out class. This keeps the cost down and the fun up! I use an old motor, a stick pack, last years tires, etc. We have fun, It's great for the new racer and racers running a second class. Don
Run what ya brung and hope ya didn't bring too much (break-out).
Marshall's Hilltop Hobbies has a good legends class, I don't know what there rules are but give them a call I think they open at 12. The # is570 729 7458.SlowRCride said:Do any tracks run the BoLink Legends cars? And if so, what are your general rules? Motor and battery rules? Thanks.
Hey,- :dude: it aint over yet,(you gettinn beat by old guys!!!!)You bring that Legend's kar down to K&N and i'll put the "BOOTS" right toyah!!!! with my Tranny car.You'll go back to NY with your tail between your legs,and thats a promise :wave:KDarc said:This is the funnest class I race. I have been beaten by 6 to 65 year olds. Anybody can be the king of the night. You won't be disappointed getting into this class. S/k class is another real fun class.