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Old 25-09-2012
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Default What turn motors ?

Hi all, just need to know what turn motors your running in the 2wd buggy class and for the touring cars ?
Many thanks Daz.
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Old 25-09-2012
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Hi

Depending on driving skill anything between 10 and 5 turns for buggies. Personally run a 6.5. Not sure what the touring car boys are running.

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Cheers for replying, got a 7.5 for buggy so that will do.
Just need find out if tourers are still 13.5 if any one else knows
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Old 05-10-2012
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I run a ORCA 7.5 which is more than fast enough, I used to run a HW5.5 which was way way way to fast but good fun
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Old 20-10-2012
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13.5 is the norm for TC, although feel free run what you want. I use a 21.5 against 13.5.

Boasted or un-boasted also ok, we run our heats based on number of laps.
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