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    R&C Speedway/ Awareness Speedway Slot Car Club, Inc, Newport, Pa

    R&C Speedway holds open to the public slot car racing during the fall winter months. Starting in the fall of 2019 we will be running a monthly series of races.. R & C Speedway is used by ASSCC for their programs in Newport, Pa .

    R & C Speedway is a special track build by Chris Dadds in 2011

    R & C Speedway is an 8-lane 11’wide with 15 deg banking x 22’L x 9’Wide with 10 deg banking, our track is purposely build higher at our driver’s panel.

    Our track has two 2- 26 amp adjustable pyramid power supplies each powering 4 lanes with 4- 6.6 farad caps supplying 2 lanes each. For fundraising or special racing events we now have 2 -50 amp power supplies each powering 4 lanes with 4- 6.6 farad caps supplying 2 lanes each

    R & C Speedway uses Lapmaster timing and hardware system , has magnatech braid. For home set 1/32 cars with magnets and it is painted a dirt color to resemble a dirt track.


    R & C Speedway is used by ASSCC for their programs.



    © 2014-2019 R & C Speedway
    © 2014-2019 Awareness Speedway Slot Car Club,Inc

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    2019-2020 Slot Car Fund Raising Raffle.

    Awareness Speedway Slot Car Club, Inc will be holding a fund raising raffle with all proceeds benefiting their intellectual disable programs.

    Bill Ingerson donated a custom-built reality modified for us to raffle off as fundraiser ($150.00 Value).
    It’s a vintage coupe modified built for the most part to those rules, hawk 7 motor, 9/31 gear ratio on a 4 1/2 “chassis.

    Tickets will be;
    1 for $5.00 3 for $10.00 7 for $20.00
    19 for $50.00 40 for $100.00

    After receiving your donation, we will add your name to our master raffle list for the number of tickets purchased then assign you a personalized number. Your number will then be printed on the back of the raffle tickets. Then we will take picture of your Tickets, Raffle List and send you a picture with this information for your records.
    Raffle will end on March 31, 2020. That evening after our Special friends complete running for lap records we will have the drawing by one of the ladies. We will video the drawing and post on Facebook the winner.

    ASSCC has many ways for you to acquire your raffle tickets.

    The easiest will be using the PayPal Donate button our Facebook raffle ads.
    https://www.facebook.com/donate/5024...e=external_url

    https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token...US&locale.x=US
    In comments, section please put donation. (ONLY)

    To donate by check or money order.( Please advise us by PM)
    In comments, section please put donation. (ONLY)
    Awareness Speedway Slot Car Club, Inc
    4900 Carlisle Pike
    #164
    Mechanicsburg, Pa 17050

    Our Go Fund Me link to donate.
    https://www.gofundme.com/f/fund-raising-raffle
    In comments, section please put donation. (ONLY)

    Our donation links on our web site,
    https://awarenessspeedwayslotcarclub...ort-asscc.html
    In comments, section please put donation. (ONLY)

    Please include Full Name, Address, E Mail Address, and Phone Number. Therefore, we will be able to send out your donation tax letter for the appropriate year. As you may be aware, Awareness Speedway Slot Car Club, Inc. has received recognition from the Internal Revenue Service, IRS, as a tax-exempt, 501(c)(3), nonprofit charity.

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    R&C Speedway & Awareness Speedway Slot Car Club, Inc
    Special fund raising racing sponsors 2019.

    R&C Speedway& ASSCC is proud to present our new sponsors for our payout races. Please help our cause by posting this message on your time line, share with family and fiends and any group you belong to. This way we support our sponsors, they will continue to support our fund raising races for our special needs activities through ASSCC.
    We are pursuing sponsors for our Family & Friends Racing series for Fall/ Winter 2019- 2020


    On the Hill 320 for Old Time Modified
    November 23, 2019
    Event Sponsored by
    Avon
    Independent sales representative
    Cheriel Stuber
    www.youravon.com/cstuber
    Please pass this information along to everyone including your wife to look at Avon's excellent products. Please support our sponsor. Cheriel offers exceptional customer service, support including giving out free samples to her clients.


    Waiting On Spring 320
    December 7, 2019
    Event Sponsored by
    Perennial Gardens
    Native and Edible Nursery
    www.perennialgardens.name
    717-275-5725
    Please go visit Steve Kidd for all you perennial plants. Steve is like talking to a treasure trove of wisdom when it comes to your plants. I have purchased plants and flowers from Steve and his wife and have gotten lots of information as to why some of my plants are not doing good that were at our house when we purchased it and some plants we purchased from other vendors..
    If you want to attract a variety of Butterflies, Humming Birds and bees you need to go visit and purchase Pa native plants that will attract the desired species. Visit their web site for hours and plants they have on hand.


    We are pursuing sponsors for our Family & Friends Racing series for Fall/ Winter 2019- 2020 . This series is for having fun and racing with some of our special needs clients who are very good at racing. We would like to have box plaques made for this series. R&C Speedway has a special deal for racers who do not have cars to run our series you may run one of ours.






    R&C Speedway, Awareness Speedway Slot Car Club, Inc
    On The Hill 320
    Event Sponsored by
    Avon
    Independent sales representative
    Cheriel Stuber
    www.youravon.com/cstuber
    November 23, 2019 at 4:30Pm, Weather Make up November 30, 2019 at 4:30Pm
    Track opens at 2:00 Pm. Inspection opens at 3:35 Pm and closes at 4:20 Pm
    Special Payout Race : On The Hill 320 for Old Time Modified (Reading Mods)

    Time Trials will determine the order in which drivers will pick lanes or sit out for the heats.
    Qualifying (time trials) will be 25 seconds on orange lane.

    Time trial heat race placement.
    1-11racers straight up from time trials.

    12-20 Racers
    #1&#2 qualifier heat race #1
    #3&#4 qualifier heat race #2
    The rest divided by time between heats.

    21-24 Racers
    #1&#4 qualifier heat race #1
    #2&#5 qualifier heat race #2
    #3&#6 qualifier heat race #3
    The rest divided by time between heats.

    Heats will start with 8-11 drivers and number of heats is determined by entries.
    Heats will be 12 laps per segment winner is by over all lap total.
    Up to11 entries = 1 heat
    12-20 entries =2 heats
    21-24 entries = 3 heats
    25+ divided between heats 1, 2, 3

    2 heats = 3 drivers qualify
    3 heats = 2 drivers qualify

    Heat winners get to chose starting lane in A main. Heat 1 winner has first choice then heat 2 then second place etc.
    We will have round robin B- main which will be 14 lap segments to fill in the last 2 spots of the fields 8 starting positions. Winner is by over all lap total
    10 minutes between b- main and start of A feature.
    A feature will be 40 lap segments winner is by over all lap total

    Must have 8 racers for event to be payout event.(Not including track owners)
    With 8 racers guaranteed payout is.
    1st = $45.00
    2nd= $27.00
    3rd= $18.00
    Payout increases with more racers. After 14 racers 4th place has payout. Top 8 receive box plaque.

    Entry fee will be $20.00, Membership fee included.
    Pit pass is $5.00
    This includes1 handout motor to keep racing as even as possible.
    We will have extra motors available to purchase for $11.00 each.
    9 tooth pinions are available.
    Track will be spray glued.
    Lunch will be served.

    Track Voltage will be set at capacitors not track. Voltage will be 11.0-11.7 volts.

    Tech mans decision is final. We have go no go tech tools so that tech will always be the same tech at each event. Don’t stretch the rules. Rules can be changed at any time.
    Minimum tire diameters are for the start of each event.( Time trials, Heats, b- main, Feature )
    Minimum track clearance is 3/64” including gear at all times.
    Front Wheels/Tires on all cars that have a axle. May not exceed 1/16” of end play left or right.

    You may loan or change cars but the car must go through tech. If the driver qualified his own car in the heat he forfeits his finish. If a driver comes in late and gets a ride, he can still race the b- main or feature if all qualify. If a driver comes in late with his own entry the same applies for the driver getting a ride.
    If any of our General or Safety rules are broken you will be given one verbal warning then asked to leave on the second offense. You also will receive a written warning for your second offense also membership may be revoked*. The third offense will be a written notice and your membership will be terminated for two years.
    NO wonder rubber, Treated tires, silicones or thunder rubber etc.
    Foam or Natural tires only.
    No Glue. You may only clean tires with tiger’s milk.
    No Use of profanity or profanity gestures.
    No hands on track surface unless working on your car.
    No hitting track or ripping of controllers from control panel.
    No touching power supplies or computer.
    No use of power outlets only power strips provided at tables.
    No horseplay of any kind.
    No touching of anyone’s equipment only your own.
    No Rough riding. Be polite and respectful of other people’s cars and equipment.
    No Smoking in building.
    Clean up you pit area at end of day.
    NO oil or Braid juice during any event (heats, b- main , feature , etc) unless segments are over 25 laps
    May use oil and braid juice if any event is 26 laps or more.
    Every racer will participate in turn marshaling. (Unless exempt for health reasons or other reasons OK by race director.)
    If you are not racing you are to be marshaling unless exempt)
    There will be no working on equipment at the track while green flag racing is going on. You will be warned on the 1st offense, 2nd offense you will sit out a segment in your race.
    If 1 or 2 cars come off a quick tweak after a wreck by a turn marshal and that’s it. Drivers will not leave the panel unless asked to do so or if there is no marshals. If 3 or 4 cars come off then 45 seconds will be given to drivers to re slot their car. If 5 or more come off then 120 seconds will be given to drivers to re slot their cars. When time is up countdown will begin. If not ready to go when announced go your out that segment.
    If the starter feels your car is a hazard to the other cars, he can black flag your car for the segment or until the cause of the hazard is repaired.
    At the end of each segment, drivers will have approximately 60 - 90 seconds (consensus) to change lanes and make a quick adjustment to car if necessary. If you are not ready at the panel when Lapmaster countdown starts, your car will be pulled for that segment.
    There will not be mandatory tear downs unless the race director feels something is not right. They have the right to tear you down at any time. Any rule violation causes Disqualification. Refusal to allow your car to be inspected will be treated as major rule violations.
    All cars will be inspected before each race: And for special races at end of each race or time trials. (heats, b- main , Feature )
    Crash spots:
    If you cause the accident -anywhere in the turn you will start at the beginning of turn, coming off the turn you will start at the beginning of the straight or just in front of lap counter if you got your lap. Powers offs and being a victim of someone else’s crash you go were car is on track.
    The lap counter will be considered correct unless it can be proven otherwise. If a major error occurs in the counting process that cannot be corrected, the race director may:
    1. a. Assign responsible stewards to count laps or verify the counter.
    b. Restart the segment.
    c. Restart the race form the last possible point.
    2. For a major error in counting, the steps taken should preserve as much of the race as possible, while remaining as fair as possible.
    Track calls will be when.
    a. Car crashes
    b. Braid up
    c. Power failure
    d. Debris in slot
    All drivers are required to use a lane change card in-between segments. And mark cars location when you are on sit out.
    Once cars are in impound yard on the tech table your race entry donation is non refundable. No exceptions.
    Show up with a legal car!!!!!
    Old Time Modified Rules
    Bodies
    Cars must resemble the 60’s, 70’s era.
    Cars must be painted with driver and cockpit detailed and must have numbers on cars.
    Check for availability on bodies and hoods.

    Chassis
    Cars must be made from a Parma FCR 4” (#577), K&G FCR4
    . Frames must be narrowed from 1 ¼” to 1 3/8” in center between front and rear axle uprights.
    must use square stock adjustable-bushings, 1/8” axle installed in stock square holes. No modifications. Bushings may be soldered or glued into place. No ball bearings.
    Frames must be flat when building. No bending or tweaking. May add chassis bracing.
    No modifications to the guide tongue, motor plate or axle uprights.
    You may enlarge the motor plate hole to accept the pinion gear only.
    The cars must fit the 3 ¼” tech block.
    Minimum track clearance is determined by tire size. (Around .135 min)

    Roll cages
    Cages must be mounted to tubing receptacles. Must have cage hook.
    No soldering the cages directly to the frame.
    Cages are made from piano wire #.062, round brass rod or tubing.
    Minimum cage height is 1 ¾” at front and rear hoops of roll cage.

    Nerf Bars and bumpers
    Must resemble the cars of that era.
    Must have side rails, front and rear bumpers.
    Piano wire #.047 is used to make them.
    Bumpers and side rails may not extend beyond the outer edges of tires.
    Axles
    1/8” solid metallic round only.
    You may use front independent rotating wheels.
    Axle may not be stationary.

    Rear Wheels
    1” sponge or natural only (.800 wide minimum).
    No large drag hubs.
    Right rear Tire minimum .910 diameter. Left rear equal to RR or smaller.
    No reverse stagger.
    No beveling of tires. They must be flat across tread.
    Maximum width is 3 ¼” with 1/8” offset to right.
    You may not narrow left rear tire.

    Front Wheels
    Pro-Track 1/8 x 7/8 x .500W PTC-227 Only
    Minimum diameter is .860.
    Minimum width is ½” on right front and left front may be narrowed to 7/16” minimum.
    No beveling of tires. Must be flat across tread
    Maximum width is 3 ¼” with 1/8” offset to right side.
    No altering the sponge tire with tape or nail polish for example. (must run stock from the box)

    Axle spacers
    K&S tubing, Slick 7 washers or nylon axle spacers.
    Axle collars are allowed but no springs and/or axle collar ball bearings.

    Gears
    9 tooth 48 pitch only. (Press on or solder)
    Straight or angled pinions.
    27- 28-29-30-31 tooth, 48 pitch plastic crown gears only.
    No drilling or altering at all of crown gears.

    Motor
    Handout




    © 2014-2019 Awareness Speedway Slot Car Club, Inc

    R&C Speedway, Awareness Speedway Slot Car Club, Inc
    Waiting On Spring 320
    Event Sponsored by
    Perennial Gardens
    Native and Edible Nursery
    www.perennialgardens.name
    717-275-5725
    December 7, 2019 at 4:30 Pm, Weather Make up December 14, 2019 at 4:30 Pm
    Track opens at 2:00Pm. Inspection opens at 3:35Pm and closes at 4:20Pm

    Special Payout Race : Waiting On Spring 320 for Big Block Modified.
    Time Trials will determine the order in which drivers will pick lanes or sit out for the heats.
    Qualifying (time trials) will be 25 seconds on orange lane.

    Time trial heat race placement.
    1-11racers straight up from time trials.

    12-20 Racers
    #1&#2 qualifier heat race #1
    #3&#4 qualifier heat race #2
    The rest divided by time between heats.

    21-24 Racers
    #1&#4 qualifier heat race #1
    #2&#5 qualifier heat race #2
    #3&#6 qualifier heat race #3
    The rest divided by time between heats.

    Heats will start with 8-11 drivers and number of heats is determined by entries.
    Heats will be 12 laps per segment winner is by over all lap total.
    Up to11 entries = 1 heat
    12-20 entries =2 heats
    21-24 entries = 3 heats
    25+ divided between heats 1, 2, 3

    2 heats = 3 drivers qualify
    3 heats = 2 drivers qualify

    Heat winners get to chose starting lane in A main. Heat 1 winner has first choice then heat 2 then second place etc.
    We will have round robin B- main which will be 14 lap segments to fill in the last 2 spots of the fields 8 starting positions. Winner is by over all lap total
    10 minutes between b- main and start of A feature.
    A feature will be 40 lap segments winner is by over all lap total
    Must have 8 racers for event to be payout event.(Not including track owners)
    With 8 racers guaranteed payout is.
    1st = $45.00
    2nd= $27.00
    3rd= $18.00
    Payout increases with more racers. After 14 racers 4th place has payout. Top 8 receive box plaque.

    Entry fee will be $20.00Members Or $21.00 Membership fee included.
    Pit pass is $5.00
    This includes1 handout motor to keep racing as even as possible.
    We will have extra motors available to purchase for $11.00 each.
    9 tooth pinions are available.
    Track will be spray glued.
    Lunch will be served.

    Track Voltage will be set at capacitors not track. Voltage will be 11.0-11.7 volts.

    Tech mans decision is final. We have go no go tech tools so that tech will always be the same tech at each event. Don’t stretch the rules. Rules can be changed at any time.


    Minimum tire diameters are for the start of each event.( Time trials, Heats, b- main, Feature )
    Minimum track clearance is 3/64” including gear at all times.
    Front Wheels/Tires on all cars that have a axle. May not exceed 1/16” of end play left or right.

    You may loan or change cars but the car must go through tech. If the driver qualified his own car in the heat he forfeits his finish. If a driver comes in late and gets a ride, he can still race the b- main or feature if all qualify. If a driver comes in late with his own entry the same applies for the driver getting a ride.

    If any of our General or Safety rules are broken you will be given one verbal warning then asked to leave on the second offense. You also will receive a written warning for your second offense also membership may be revoked*. The third offense will be a written notice and your membership will be terminated for two years.
    NO wonder rubber, Treated tires, silicones or thunder rubber etc.
    Foam or Natural tires only.
    No Glue. You may only clean tires with tiger’s milk.
    No Use of profanity or profanity gestures.
    No hands on track surface unless working on your car.
    No hitting track or ripping of controllers from control panel.
    No touching power supplies or computer.
    No use of power outlets only power strips provided at tables.
    No horseplay of any kind.
    No touching of anyone’s equipment only your own.
    No Rough riding. Be polite and respectful of other people’s cars and equipment.
    No Smoking in building.
    Clean up you pit area at end of day.
    NO oil or Braid juice during any event (heats, b- main , feature , etc) unless segments are over 25 laps
    May use oil and braid juice if any event is 26 laps or more.
    Every racer will participate in turn marshaling. (Unless exempt for health reasons or other reasons OK by race director.)
    If you are not racing you are to be marshaling unless exempt)
    There will be no working on equipment at the track while green flag racing is going on. You will be warned on the 1st offense, 2nd offense you will sit out a segment in your race.
    If 1 or 2 cars come off a quick tweak after a wreck by a turn marshal and that’s it. Drivers will not leave the panel unless asked to do so or if there is no marshals. If 3 or 4 cars come off then 45 seconds will be given to drivers to re slot their car. If 5 or more come off then 120 seconds will be given to drivers to re slot their cars. When time is up countdown will begin. If not ready to go when announced go your out that segment.
    If the starter feels your car is a hazard to the other cars, he can black flag your car for the segment or until the cause of the hazard is repaired.
    At the end of each segment, drivers will have approximately 60 - 90 seconds (consensus) to change lanes and make a quick adjustment to car if necessary. If you are not ready at the panel when Lapmaster countdown starts, your car will be pulled for that segment.
    There will not be mandatory tear downs unless the race director feels something is not right. They have the right to tear you down at any time. Any rule violation causes Disqualification. Refusal to allow your car to be inspected will be treated as major rule violations.
    All cars will be inspected before each race: And for special races at end of each race or time trials. (heats, b- main , Feature )
    Crash spots:
    If you cause the accident -anywhere in the turn you will start at the beginning of turn, coming off the turn you will start at the beginning of the straight or just in front of lap counter if you got your lap. Powers offs and being a victim of someone else’s crash you go were car is on track.
    The lap counter will be considered correct unless it can be proven otherwise. If a major error occurs in the counting process that cannot be corrected, the race director may:
    1. a. Assign responsible stewards to count laps or verify the counter.
    b. Restart the segment.
    c. Restart the race form the last possible point.
    2. For a major error in counting, the steps taken should preserve as much of the race as possible, while remaining as fair as possible.
    Track calls will be when.
    a. Car crashes
    b. Braid up
    c. Power failure
    d. Debris in slot
    All drivers are required to use a lane change card in-between segments. And mark cars location when you are on sit out.

    Once cars are in impound yard on the tech table your race entry donation is non refundable. No exceptions.
    Show up with a legal car!!!!! Dirt Modified

    Bodies:
    Bodies laminated by Kreiser, RPM, Caveman
    If you follow all SDM rules, you may use Hack Chassis lexan body, except for motor and gear rules you must use modified rules for motor and gears.
    Bodies must retain a real look.
    Body must be laminated (not lexan) and have numbers on roof and both doors.
    No roof flaps. Or added body wings/spoilers
    Main panel must run complete length of body.
    Spoiler must be no larger then 1/2". (May add clear lexan spoiler to RPM body)
    Must maintain min 1 7/8" rear roof height and 1 3/4”min front roof height.
    May use Velcro to fasten body.
    Chassis:
    Parma #577 4" FCR chassis, K&G FCR4
    May add weight and bracing. All weight and bracing must remain inside frame.
    Minimum ground clearance of 3/64" (.047) on all parts of the chassis and gear
    May solder an axle tube between the front axle tubes only.
    Opening the pinion hole in the motor mount will be allowed.
    No other modifications allowed
    Axles:
    Must use any 1/8" solid, metallic axles in front & rear.
    Oilites only/Oilites must be in same position from side to side.
    No split axles.
    Over the counter brass, aluminum or steel spacers. K&S tubing or slick 7 spacers
    No axle collars allowed.
    No tampering with oilites. (No countersinking, grooving, cutting, chamfering, etc.)
    Oilites may be soldered or glued in stock location.
    Independently rotating wheels may be used on the front axle. This may be done by three methods.
    a. Over the counter “E” clip independent axle.
    b. Soldering a flange onto the end of an axle.
    c. Peening a flange on the end of the axle.
    The independent axle may not be installed stationary by any means. It must rotate and move freely.

    Rear Wheels/Tires:
    Any foam/ Natural tire.
    No glue allowed on tires (no silicones).
    Tires can be cleaned with tiger milk only
    Tires must be dried after cleaning before being put on the track
    Minimum right tire diameter of .900 measured at start of heats and mains
    Left rear tire must be equal to or smaller than right rear tire.
    No beveling or tapering of the tires allowed.
    No filling wheels with lead or any heavy materials.
    No add-on wheel/axle collars, weights, or springs allowed.
    Maximum width of 3.250". May not exceed 1/8" spacer offset to right.
    Width of outside tire must remain .800 or 7/8" as manufactured.

    Front Wheels/Tires:
    Foam tires only Must have flat surface an. .800 min diameter ½" (.500) minimum width and left front may be narrowed to 7/16” minimum.
    No beveling or tapering of the tires allowed.
    No filling wheels with lead or heavy material.
    No add on wheel/axle collars, weights, or springs allowed.
    May not exceed 1/8" spacer offset to right.
    May not exceed 1/16" axle end play left or right.
    Maximum width is 3 .250".
    No adding any additives to tires (nail polish, epoxy, etc...)

    Gears:
    9 tooth pinion 48 pitch only can be used.
    No gears manufactured for RC will be allowed.
    No drilling of crown gears will be allowed.
    Pinion may be pressed, soldered or glued on.
    29, 30, 31, 32, 33 plastic crown gear 48 pitch only.
    Motors:
    Handout






    Super Dirt Modified

    Bodies:
    Body by Hack Chassis Only!!!.
    Body must be painted and have numbers on roof and both doors.
    No roof flaps. Or added body wings/spoilers
    No modifications to body. The way you receive body is how body must be used.
    Must us factory located holes with stationary pin tubing to fasten body. *
    Hood may be mounted with stationary pin tubing or clip over front axle.*

    Chassis:
    Parma #577 4" FCR chassis.
    You must solder side tabs to chassis in the stock location then cut off flush with side of chassis.*
    K&G-FCR4
    This modification must be done to be legal for The Super Dirt Mod class.
    1- Measure inside of fold inward 1/8" and scribe line from front to back.
    2-Saw cut tabs along scribed line. front to rear.
    3-Relocate cut off tabs to saw cut line and solder flush with saw cut. line on top of frame.
    Frame will now be 2-5/8" wide from outside to outside of body mounting tabs.
    Frame will be the same width as a FCR 4" chassis.
    May add weight and bracing. All weight and bracing must remain inside frame.
    Minimum ground clearance of 3/64" (.047) on all parts of the chassis and gear
    May solder an axle tube between the front axle tubes only.
    Opening the pinion hole in the motor mount will be allowed.
    No other modifications allowed
    Axles:
    Must use any 1/8" solid, metallic axles in front & rear.
    Parma PAR-626 Oilites only/Oilites must be in same position from side to side.
    Front oilites must be mounted up and forward.
    Rear oilites must be mounted up and back.
    No split axles.
    Over the counter brass, aluminum or steel spacers. K&S tubing or slick 7 spacers
    No axle collars allowed.
    No tampering with oilites. (No countersinking, grooving, cutting, chamfering, etc.)
    Oilites may be soldered or glued in stock location.
    Maximum 1/8” offset to the right side.
    No hollow or plastic axles.
    Independent front wheels are legal. This may be done by these methods
    A: Over the counter "E" clip independent axle.
    B: Soldering or Peening a flange on the end of the axle.
    This independent axle may not be installed stationary; it must rotate and move freely.






    Rear Wheels/Tires:
    Pro-Track 1/8 x 1” PTC-237, n237, Pro-Track 1/8 x 1 x 7/8 wide PTC-235, n235 Only
    No glue allowed on tires .
    Tires can be cleaned with tiger milk only
    Tires must be dried after cleaning before being put on the track
    Minimum right rear tire diameter of .910 measured at start of heats and mains
    Left rear tire must be equal to or smaller than right rear tire, may narrow to .650 wide.
    No beveling or tapering of the tires allowed.
    No filling wheels with lead or any heavy materials.
    No add-on wheel/axle collars, weights, or springs allowed.
    Maximum width of 3 1/4".
    May not exceed 1/8" spacer offset to right.
    Width of outside tire must remain .800 or 7/8" as manufactured.

    Front Wheels/Tires:
    Pro-Track 1/8 x 7/8 x .500 PTC-227 Only
    Must have flat surface. .860 min diameter and ½" (.500) minimum width and left front may be narrowed to 7/16” minimum.
    No beveling or tapering of the tires allowed.
    No filling wheels with lead or heavy material.
    No add on wheel/axle collars, weights, or springs allowed.
    May not exceed 1/8" spacer offset to right.
    May not exceed 1/16" axle end play left or right.
    Maximum width is 3 1/4".
    No adding any additives to tires (nail polish, epoxy, etc...)
    Gears
    You may run Any 48 pitch pinion and plastic crown gear only.
    No gears manufactured for RC will be allowed.
    No drilling of crown gears will be allowed.
    Pinion may be soldered or glued on.
    Motors:
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