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Thread: Thursday August 9th, 2007. One Motor Opens

  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bent rim
    Ron you are a lot smarter then you look!

    Chubbs passed on qualifying! It was a smart move!!!!!!!!!!!
    Why thanks Doug. What's going to happen when the rest figure it out and take no time?? LOL How they going to assign races then?

    Sand Bagging in this format has all the advantages. Best Power, track not as stuck or slimy, cooler in the building during the earlier races, less humidity in the building earlier in the day, etc etc.

    Yes it was a very smart move on Joe's part and I think Forrest did the same thing when he won the World's OM race.
    "When you have them by the balls, their hearts and minds will follow"

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    Plus its alot easier to race first instead of waiting 5-6 hours marshalling until you race, lol.

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    Thumbs up All Hail the Sandbaggers

    and Furthermore not toasting your ONE motor on qualifying power!

    Bill B

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    Cool Team 01

    Congrats to Chubbie and Brad. You guys make me so proud. Good luck on the rest of the week.
    Congrats to Jonathon on his 4th place finish. You go guy.
    Talk to ya
    Dick Gazinya
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    Hey Zak

    What a great run for young ZAC !!!!!

    Team SCR
    Frank S
    Last edited by Frank S; 08-09-2007 at 11:42 PM.

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    Even still

    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Hershman
    Why thanks Doug. What's going to happen when the rest figure it out and take no time?? LOL How they going to assign races then?

    Sand Bagging in this format has all the advantages. Best Power, track not as stuck or slimy, cooler in the building during the earlier races, less humidity in the building earlier in the day, etc etc.

    Yes it was a very smart move on Joe's part and I think Forrest did the same thing when he won the World's OM race.
    The rest of the smart ones in the "E" main got spanked by 280 laps! Chubbs can avoid the crashes, build the right motor and setup the car, still has a lot more to do with his win. I have the pleasure of racing with Erkle and Chubbs every week. I know how good they are. The teacher has now become the student.
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    good job zac nice run adam

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    What are guys running for motors in OMO?? Single mags and 94.5 arms? and how much choke?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chasegtp1590
    What are guys running for motors in OMO?? Single mags and 94.5 arms? and how much choke?
    LMFAO!!!!!!

    Are you serious??

    To compete in the top level OMO in So Cal, you better have 18 or more mags, and something hotter then a 94.5

    Choke? Depends on the arm and wind

    Josh B
    Boola Racing

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