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MessageSujet: Short Course Nationals 2010   Lun 19 Juil 2010 - 9:24

Toutes les photos sont ici:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/35009884@N04/tags/shortcoursenats2010/show/

L'article là:
http://www.teamcrc.com/crc/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=121

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CRC dominates the Short Course Nationalswith Short Course Conversion for the Losi XXX-T!

Advanced Electronics speed control powers past the competition to win in Stock Short Course.



2010 Short Course National - Stock A-main Podium

On-road specialist brian Wynn shows the offroad boys how it is done!
Brian Wynn takes the CRC converted Losi XXX-T Short Course Truck to an
A-main win! Advanced Electronics LV-V2 speed controller supplies the juice!

CRC factory driver Brian Wynn took his CRC/Losi XXX-T Short Course conversion kit to an A-main victory at the recent Short Course Nationals hosted by R/C Madness in Enfield, CT. Competing in national competition for the first time, the Brian's Losi XXX-T truck converted to Short Course with the CRC #7700 conversion kit easily dominated the A-main with a 5 second gap to second place.



CRC/Losi XXX-T SC with Advanced Speedo wins the Stock Class!

With over 230 entries, the Short Course Nationals in Connecticut proved to be a tough test of handling, power and driving. This event would mark the debut of the CRC Short Course Conversion for the Losi XXX-T. The CRC Losi XXX-T SC truck handled extremely well on the trick dry offroad circuit at RC Madness. Brian led every lap and won by 5 seconds even though he stopped twice on the last lap to avoid any contact with a back marker.

Brian used the Advanced Electronics LV V2 Speed Control (#4000) to power his 17.5 stock motor to the win. The Advanced Black Diamond LV is THE speed control that changed the face of brushless racing forever. The first speed control to push the software limits of power and speed. While other brands have tried to update their units to keep up with the Advanced power, Advance Electronics from Sweden continues to develop and improve the already dominant LV. The result, the Advanced Black Diamond LV Version 2 or V2. The V2 employs new software for even more power, runtime and braking performance. Also the new V2 unit has the ROAR SPEC ZERO TIMING LIMIT on Profile 1 to comply with new ROAR stock-class specifications.

How fast is the Black Diamond LV V2? Brian used a 17.5 motor to make the A-main of modified at the Short Course Nationals. A mild, stock 17.5 against 8.5, 7.5 and 6.5 modified motors! Now that is how to make power with a speed control!



>While Calandra Racing Concepts is well known for victories and high performance products in on-road and oval racing, one fact not as readily known is our vast knowledge and experience in offroad racing. With a history of wins in offroad in Regional and National level events as well, CRC has what it takes to develop top level products in the offroad market. With a large offroad test track located on the property (in addition to our carpet track), we are able to test new products quickly and thoroughly. Look for our Short Course and 1/8th scale offroad product lines to expand, look for more CRC products at the dirt track as well.
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