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    What makes a ST officially able to race?

    I know some stadium trucks are 4wd and others 2wd. For racing, does it matter?

    What about motor size? Is there limitations? Anything else?
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    RE: What makes a ST officially able to race?

    If you go roar legal it has to have a .12 size motor, 2.2 wheels, single speed tranny, a pipe with a stinger thats a certain size, 2wd(I think) and the body has to resemble a certain style. Like you cant use a mt body in the st class races. Most stadium trucks are 2wd. If its 4wd you may get stuck in the truggy class. I race My Jato but its in stadium open class only because I dont want to put a .12 size motor in it.
    The one with the most toys wins. I think I may have a good chance of winning.

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    RE: What makes a ST officially able to race?

    I am looking into possibly getting a stadium truck. there is a new track built close by, but it is just at a local park, not going to be set up for competitive racing. I know some guys are getting together to drive on the weekends and I am just looking for something to keep up with them. My savage runs the track good but i want something that can handle the corners good and not flip all the time. So that is why i'm looking into getting a stadium truck. I just don't know if i want to go with 2wd or 4wd.
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    RE: What makes a ST officially able to race?

    4wd handles way better than 2wd, but check your track rules as all usualy arent the same
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    RE: What makes a ST officially able to race?

    there are no track rules as it is a "park track." But yeah, i would like 4wd as it would be better for bashing also.
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