I will hold my comments regarding the "issue" at hand, because I have nothing positive to add. I just hope that other manufacturers and sponsors learn something from this.
Wether you like the LE products or not is fine, but being sponsored by LE is something that should be highly reguarded. Some people have taken this lightly. I only help a small list of guys. We have some top notch racers down to guys (myself included) that would have a hard time winning even if everyone else dropped out of the race. I choose to help guys for different reasons.
Now down to the most important part of my post.
The rest of the world views us as adults that play with toy cars. No one is going to get a Nextel Cup ride or make a living racing these cars. At the end of the day all you can get from racing RC cars is the enjoyment and the respect of fellow racers.
Jimmy Good to hear that you are running well. I would like to make Omaha, but I don't see it happening right now. I want to make it to the finals if all goes well. Did you send the snow this way? I am going to need a new plow truck after this one.
Jason I seen a commercial on TV for a "King of the Ring" contest at Connersville next weekend. Here's the good part, I just called and entered you. This could be better than the "Racknor episode". Well maybe close.
That's right. I just got some new LE shirts in, They are dark grey with the flaming LE logo. I have a few in Med up to 3x. I am selling these at my cost of $10 each while they last. Thanks for the plug Yokman.
Pat The scoop is. We have been working on a new solid chassis since the Snowbirds, I am wanting to have it finished and ready for the start of the carpet season. We have tested a few different configurations and ideas in an effort to be able to improve on what we have now. My number one goal is to be able to provide the racers with the best product that I can and help them into the winners circle.
John is correct with his description. The rear steer plates can be identified by small notches cut into the rear edge behind the motor plate. No notch (es) = no RS, 2 notches = .5 or 1/2 degree RS.
Thanks Left for the help. You must type faster than me. But that does'nt take much.
I would like to thank everyone for their interest, I have been working on getting everything completed for this latest project. A lot of input and testing has gone into it by many racers around the country since last carpet season, and I would like to thank everyone that helped. I feel that this chassis will be very competitive, durable and user friendly.
I now have enough parts cut for kits and spares and should be filling orders starting tomorrow. I will be working to update the site in the next couple days with pictures and information on this latest chassis kit.