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REVO SLOT SERIES RULES

Last updated on 3 days ago
The Saw
Racing begins March 25th and runs through July 1st.
Revo Slot Rules
GT cars only;
McLaren F1 GTR
Marcos LM600 GT2
Viper GTS-R GT2
Toyota Supra GT2
Ferrari F40
Porsche 911 GT1
Porsche 911 GT2
Mercedes CLK GTR
Toyota GT1

1. Stock Revo Slot 21k motor only.
2. Must use Stock Revo Slot 12/33 gears.
-Revo Slot plastic pinions may be used.
3. Stock lead wires.
4. May remove spring on guide flag. May eliminate vertical movement.
5. Stock front tires only, may true and coat.
6. Glue tires to wheels allowed.
7. Only Quick slick Tires TS 43, TS 44, or RS 75, F or XF allowed.
8. Minimal tire sanding allowed for truing only, may not change ride height.
9. No chassis or body modification/alteration allowed.
10. Stock interior.
11. Must use stock height chassis brass nuts.
12. Must use stock body screws.
13. Must use stock 3 mm axles.
14. Races will be run at 12 V.
15. May use either guide flag that comes with the car. Added 11/16/22

Direct any questions or concerns to Denny or Gary.
Sofa King
what about braids?
The Saw
Note addition of Tires and plastic pinions to rules.
Chuck
I'm building up a Revo Slot white kit for this series. I have found that Revo slot offers rubber mirrors and rubber wings for their cars. I have used a rubber wing on the Sideways Wynn's Ford GT and it works great, no breakage. Would a rubber wing and mirrors be 'legal' for this series? They are genuine Revo Slot parts not an aftermarket supplier item.
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