Yeah Jozz, it was a shocker. The track was greasy and even when it's dry, it's not much chop. No different to my Eastern Creek round really. Seems the future is AC, but my DC-powered bike is hardly worth fixing up. At the same time, it would be good to have another bike for my team
I doubt I could part it out, but as it is now it's also fairly worthless.
Awesome about the advanced notice of the UK final eh? NOT. Even if I come first and had $2k towards the trip, that hardly covers one's flights! Still, we won't be teaming up with TTX-GP next year if it means the entry fees are the same as the petrol bikes. They pay $450 a weekend, and we pay $1090. We don't mind sharing the race with 125s, 250s, 400s and super monos if it makes it more affordable. Especially until more bikes start appearing.
So there you go Australia and New Zealand - build some fast bikes and help fill our grids! We can't keep this up forever you know!
the Electric RG250 - Dual Agnis, Kelly 1200A controller, 6 kWh of A123 cells from Cell_Man and a shitty old chassis from 1985
Top speed 180 km/h, max current 600 A @ 100 V.VoltronII
Say no to spaghetti junction LiPo! Assembled Hi-power LiPo packs of any size!Come on Casey! If you want prototype racing, throw your leg over something with lithium in it