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I just picked one up and am needing set-up help I am going to run it at the BIRD's and need a good set-up for it
Tires to roll-out any help would be appreciated I guess it is 10.5 1cell if that helps
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For the CRC Razor II a good starting point for you would be.
20 # front springs
3 CRC "Pro-Cut" 1/12th Pink compound
1 CRC "Pro-Cut" 1/12th Purple compound
30 wt oil in all shocks
red and or gold springs for side shocks
spring on the center shock depends on what shock you decide to run.

4163 Lightweight Charger 1/12th Body
Lightweight, low and sleek. The finest 1/12th oval body available. Pulled in .020" clear polycarbonate. or.
4162 Lightweight Monte Carlo 1/12th Body
Lightweight, low and sleek. The finest 1/12th oval body available. Pulled in .020" clear polycarbonate.
with a Wing.
10.5 1cell at the Birds will be FAST... We wont have a est of rollout till we get there and start to run. look for us at the race if you need any help there.
 

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Harmocy.
For the CRC Razor II a good starting point for you would be.
20 # front springs
3 CRC "Pro-Cut" 1/12th Pink compound
1 CRC "Pro-Cut" 1/12th Purple compound
30 wt oil in all shocks
red and or gold springs for side shocks
spring on the center shock depends on what shock you decide to run.

4163 Lightweight Charger 1/12th Body
Lightweight, low and sleek. The finest 1/12th oval body available. Pulled in .020" clear polycarbonate. or.
4162 Lightweight Monte Carlo 1/12th Body
Lightweight, low and sleek. The finest 1/12th oval body available. Pulled in .020" clear polycarbonate.
with a Wing.
10.5 1cell at the Birds will be FAST... We wont have a est of rollout till we get there and start to run. look for us at the race if you need any help there.
Thanks what about spur and what size should the tires be or do you leave them the side springs are what I am running the CRC center is on there now with a silve spring do you suggest something different??? How about preload on the front just take up the slack or???
Thanks so much I will definitely check you out at the Birds are you running 12th???
 

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The Spektrum R/C 14th Annual New Year Dash Carpet Oval Challenge Jan 9-10, Oneida, NY

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Spektrum R/C, the leader in spread spectrum technology presents...


The 14th Annual New Year Dash Carpet Oval Challenge

The History
Every year since 1996, the New Year Dash brings out the finest oval racers in the Northeast and Canada. Former participants and winners is like a who's who of oval racing. Racers that have competed at the New Year Dash over the years are National Champions Todd Putnam, Brian Burkhart, Mike Murphy, Mike McMahon and the very fast Pete D'Agnolo. Other top racers such as Steve Salvas, Brian Ziegler, Steve Rocket Miller and Jake Flurer have taken to the carpet oval in central NY. Look for the 14th Annual to be just as prestigious.

The Title Sponsor
Spektrum R/C has joined up with CRC Raceway to help bring this fine event to you. Spektrum and all the fine Horizon product lines are well supported and they really care about your racing hobby. It is an honor to have Spektrum on board.

The New Venue
This year CRC Raceway takes the oval show on the road to Oneida, NY. The Kallet Civic Center will host the 14th Annual NY Dash. A good sized facility with plenty of parking and and pit space. A good amount of tables and chairs will be provided, but bring your own just in case. Also, extension cords, pit light and power strips are a good idea. There will be a small fast food snack shop operating throughout the weekend offering hamburgers, hotdogs, snacks and drinks. Also, CRC Raceway will have a small on-site hobby shop setup.

The Race Management Team
In addition to the previous 13 years of New Year Dash events, your race management team has hosted a number of events with over 200 entries. The team also has national and international racing experience so you can count on a well run show. Look for exciting, knowledgeable announcing and timely scheduling.

The Track
The track will be brand new CRC Fasttrak HD racing carpet. The size will be 80 x 36. This is an event where there is a level playing field. No home track hero's. The track will be new to all competitors when practice starts at 9 AM Saturday morning. With new Fasttrak carpet, grip will build quickly and each and every competitor will be chasing the setup much like the Snowbirds later in the month, great practice.

The Schedule
Saturday January 9, 2010
****Doors will open 9:00 AM. Practice until 1:30 PM, 3 rounds on Saturday for the Saturday/Sunday Classes (2 for Sportsman Truck, 2 on Sunday)

Sunday January 10, 2010
****Sunday - Doors at 7:30AM with practice for Sunday entrants only until 8:45. Qualifying follows practice with the mains after.



The Classes
The classes are as follows;

TOUR Sportsman Truck 17.5 – “Limited” ESC (Snowbirds class)

North/South COT 17.5 (per rules http://www.slcscs.com/SLCSCSRules.html )

TOUR “Limited” Superstock COT 13.5 – “Limited” ESC

TOUR Superstock COT 13.5 – “Open” ESC (Snowbirds class)

TOUR Pro-Stock 10.5 - “Open” ESC (Snowbirds class)

TOUR Expert 7.5 - “Open” ESC (Snowbirds class)

1/12th 10.5 - “Open” ESC (Snowbirds class)

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Sunday Only "local classes" 2 rounds + mains

Sportsman Truck, 12th Roval, Legends, Sliders, etc. with $5 discount for Leader racers.
These classes represent some of the local oval racing in the area.

The Speed Control
Never before have we had to address this issue, but the New Year Dash has found a place for everyone. *We will have 1 Spec speedo class (North/South) and 2 Limited speedo classes. In the Spec class, the North/South rules specify a Novak speed control. The TOUR has come up with a Limited ESC rule that allows ALL speed controls in their default, no dynamic timing modes. This has been tested to remove the dominance of the Advanced and Mamba speed controls. All LRP and Advanced units are to be set on profile 1. All Mamba controllers will need the cheat mode set to "disabled". Tekin speed controls will need to be set on Profile 1 with 180 software. This puts the emphasis on gearing, driving and car setup without banning perfectly legal products. There are also 4 classes of "run-what-you-brung" Open speedo rules.

The Hotel
The Super 8 Motel in Oneida, NY is just a mile away. We have a special rate set up with the hotel, just mention "CRC race" and register before January 4th, 2010. Call (315) 363-5168 to reserve your room.

The Fees
Entry fees, $35 for first class, $20 for second. Sunday only classes $20. For those who raced at the Billy Leader race, discount $5.

The Entry Form
The entry form for the 14th Annual New Year Dash
http://www.teamcrc.com/crcraceway/do...ASH_1-2010.pdf

I will be running 12th 10.5 there I will know more about the setup and gearing at the race and more after the race. Sorry I dont have more for you now... Not to much 12th oval racing around, so we learn more every time that we get the chance to run it.
Have a great holiday.
 
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