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IMPBA D1 - Northern Lights MBC - 2014 "THE CAN AM" 2 months 18 hours ago #792

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Fifty Point Conservation Area, Stoney Creek, Ontario - July 26 & 27

Includes a beach on Lake Ontario, stocked fishing and restaurant all within 1/2 hr. of downtown Toronto and Niagara Falls!

http://www.conservationhamilton.ca/fifty-point-conservation-area

Park entrance fee is $9/day/vehicle + $4 ea. additional occupant.

All classes for Nitro, Gas and Electric.

Kids under 17 free: "run what you brung". Huge Novice Trophy.

Nitro 1/8th Scale may also run SP 60 if desired.

Open water Friday noon 'til 5pm. Driver's meeting Saturday 8:45am.

Trophies top 3 per class, huge raffle, 50-50 draws.

"Oneida Cup" awarded to high point any two boats.

Scale, SP 60, Thunderboat Concours d'Elegance.

Noise sensitive site - IMPBA 92dB enforced. Internal stinger + after muffler or full muffled pipe requested.

RV and tent camping, call 905-643-2103 and mention "Model Boat Race".

Flyer at: http://gallery.intlwaters.com/albums/userpics/10068/NLFlyer_2014.pdf

Register at: http://www.rcracingevents.com/cgi-bin/browseraces.pl



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IMPBA D1 - Northern Lights MBC - 2014 "THE CAN AM" 1 month 3 weeks ago #799

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Northern Lights member Tim Kish has come up with a great idea for a class, the "Twin Engine Hydro Challenge".

Bring your twins out and lets put on a show for the folks at Fifty Point! :cheer:
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IMPBA D1 - Northern Lights MBC - 2014 "THE CAN AM" 1 month 1 week ago #810

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Apparently the 60 amp ESC that comes with many RTR boats fails easily and is usually replaced by a much cheaper 100 amp unit. Also the "hull and prop mods only" can be misconstrued and confusing.

So the only restrictions are:

Stock motors only, 1500/1800/2030 KV. :)
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