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Well, couldn't make the trip to Ft. Wayne last night, but I debuted the Executioner last night at my home track in Cincinnati. I beat my best qualifying run there this year by over a lap. Started 3rd in the A feature, and by aroung lap 15 or 20 I passed for the lead. Unfortunately traffic issues would keep me from finishing there, but I can't tell you how impressed I am with this chassis for the very first time I set it on the track. Every little adjustment I made seemed to work, and I wasn't sitting there overwhelmed with a chassis that has WAY TOO MANY adjustments. I want to thank Dave for a great chassis and customer support! Also, props to Jamie Hansen for a great starting point on setup! :thumbsup: Hope to see you all at Ft. Wayne next weekend!

Thanks again!
Todd Gross
 

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Yok,
I didn't get a chance to thank you before I left for the patience with me when I was passin ya in the main. If I had to lift in the center, my left rear would pick up and the car would do all kinds of funky stuff comin off. Plus I couldn't drive for nothin this weekend! I was hands down the fastest squirrel at the BRL race this weekend. :p

I had alot of fun hangin out with you, Christ, and Dugan this weekend. :thumbsup:

And Dave, I think we we were all pretty good boys at Showgirls, but maybe my driving would of been a little better if I would of just went 1 night instead of 2! :drunk: LOL

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Jason,

10.5 for me at the BRL race. Puttin together the new hangman as we speak. Whats everybody been running with it as far as the pod setup? I'm assuming t bar to the left with a wide right rear hub?

Later,
Todd Gross
 
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