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Trying to compile a list of Late models willing to come down to cc speedway for a few races this year.Please pm me with name and phone number and car number.

 

 

Troy hensiek

 

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That is a good question Cody. We would like to see what cars that are willing to come down and go from there. one thing for sure we can adjust weight to make it fun and competetive.I ll take any suggestions thanks in advance

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What type of late models do ppl still have..if ppl come forward with what they got I think the rules could be adjusted to allow everyone to be competetive.

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Pretty sure what Troy is trying to do is find a home for the Nascar late models. They have either stock front clips or 4" front clips and run open motors (see tsrs late model rules). It appears they have been shut out by SAS and CTS and need a home.

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What if CC gave both pro and TSRS style late models a few dates. Would you be interested in coming down Casey19? And 3CAR how many TSRS type cars could we get down here? I know the Corpus fans would pack in to see late models back down here no matter what kind.

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I have a NASCAR / TSRS car but the 2 tracks that I wanted to run are not going to run these cars so I might be in the process of making it a street stock.

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Pro lare models with a crate motor is the premier class in San Antonio. October feast 18. I know of 5 more that will start this year

Tsrs cars CAN run with pro late models. But dont agree with them running in super stock.

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Tsrs cars CAN run with pro late models. But dont agree with them running in super stock.

 

TSRS cars are too heavy to run with PLM's. You could never get a TSRS car down to 2750 lbs and be competitive. A TSRS (Nascar Late Model) car has a stock front clip or a 2x4 fabricated clip. PLM's have 2x3 clips and are light weight. Plus TSRS cars run 2 barrell built engines and PLM's are strictly crate motors. The TSRS cars run on 8" tires and the PLM's run on 10" tires. The money for someone to convert a TSRS car would be a waste. Just run TSRS (Nascar Late Models) cars don't try and mix them....Good Luck to everyone and there decision

Edited by Boernebullet

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