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I don't see why not, since many of the same principles are involved. Of course, the mode of propulsion is the big difference.CX-80 wrote:I know it's for derbies, but are c02 fans welcome??
If we get enough topics related to CO2 racing, we can always add a dedicated forum for it.
So what do you want to discuss?
P.S. I see that you are in FT Collins. Are there going to be any races up there or down this way that I can sneek into? I'd love to see one of these races in person.
Awana Grand Prix and Pinewood Derby racing - Where a child, an adult and a small block of wood combine for a lot of fun and memories.
It was a very FAST car!
My kids make the co2 cars in school so I'd listen in.
I also love flat-water kayaking and track/telemark skiing
yeah, I enjoyed looking at that site. But that's the only place I found with c02 info. Are there any other site besides Mr. C's and Pitsco??pwdarchitect wrote:Have you found the Pitsco website? I think that there are alot of good pics and there is even a store from which you can purchase specialty speed components. http://www.pitsco.com/sos.asp?id=6
You can always ask questions.... One of us guys around here might be able to help with something. Me... I specialize in design and paint.
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I found it in the Rocket Propelled Pinewood Derby string under General Car / Truck Racer Topics (Thanks, Joker).
I also would be interested to hear more, just to make a car for the Open (and I mean really Open) class races. I'm always looking for a car that has a high "Ooh and Aah" factor with the boys.