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    Well it was a great race all around, we had a flat out BLAST with all the cars.

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    And the modifieds.

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    Congrats to the winners....but to EVERYONE who sent in the great cars. All of you should feel good about just building them.

    More videos coming soon of some of the action.

    Hope to see you all return for the next event. THANK YOU ALL!!!
    -Harry


  • #2
    Thanks HRW and crew can’t wait for the video fallow up 😃

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    • #3
      WOW, I guess I need to do more tuning. But that's OK I had fun building them. REL13
      Robert- Connecticut, USA. Shoreline Raceways Club.

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      • 4424ever
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        I’d be pretty darned proud of that mod had I built it 😍 no matter how it ran
        Wonderful car

    • #4
      I’d like to point out that the #29 car was the winner of the last “Summer Slam”. The competition has really stepped up. Great job building some fast beautiful cars guys!!! We’ll be back next time...

      Val

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      • #5
        Thanks to HRW and all involved...

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        • #6
          very happy with my finish. hey,i'm in the top 24,nothing to sneeze at. thanks for running the race for us.

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          • #7

            Finishing mid-pack reminds me of the Teddy Roosevelt quote about people who strive vs. "the critics." Seeing as I don't know what I'm doing, that's a good outcome! Next year, more gear.....Maybe a shorter wheelbase car choice, too!

            Bravo, everybody!

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            • #8
              Thanks, HRW, for the annual show.

              This was the slowest Showdown car I've entered.

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              • #9
                Another successful ShowDown in the books. Looks like everyone that participated had a great time. I am glad my car did middle of the pack, because with my building skills, if i am not last, I'm first...

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                • #10
                  Yep not one that enjoys to boast but finally making a car that competes was a blast. When i started scratch building my cars were straight turds but i enjoyed every minute of building them and racing them. Throughout the years i have learned many tips and tricks to better my performance and modeling too. By no means do they compare to brews builds or the likes of shotgundave or harry or even btaylor but i love them. One very important thing i learned the first year i came to HQ...... buy a setup block from scc. My rails in my plastic carrera track are taller then the braid on a wood track causing my guide to ride to high and my tires to have way to much contact with the track. I would have never seen this if i didnt see my car on harrys track and notice it. Was a huge performance tweak i changed and poof my cars have been improving .

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                  • #11
                    Man, do I second that, Gameover. The SC Corner block was light money for the (1) accurate geometry and (2) ease in building. Yes, you will be in a FAR better mood after the help this little thing gives you in laying down that race frame, axles, and guide.


                    You build cool cars.

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                    • #12
                      Thank you RBPhillips. But you cant judge my builds of this one car. You should see some of my firsts when i started lol. Ive come a long way brother.

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                      • #13
                        Looks like I should have gone with a Piranha motor in the #3 car instead of the Jaws motor.

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                        • #14
                          .......Many thanks to Harry for this event. I look forward to it each year. Can't beat the hospitality & good fun.........Brew

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                          • #15
                            4424ever, Thank you, I really like the way it came out, but I never put it on the track before I mailed it. I should have at lease tried it once, but I was running late. REL13
                            Robert- Connecticut, USA. Shoreline Raceways Club.

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