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Re: new to the super sportsman ranks need info

Post by Duane » Tue Feb 05, 2013 3:26 pm

Thanks Brewster, wasn't sure if they were built or just had components of LPS?? Thought i might have just seen LPS sticker's on the Gingerbread Sportsman??

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Re: new to the super sportsman ranks need info

Post by Duane » Tue Feb 05, 2013 3:28 pm

While I'm on that subject, anyone know what Dave Yingst is up to in 2013??

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Re: new to the super sportsman ranks need info

Post by Deez Nuts » Tue Feb 05, 2013 3:56 pm

Brewster wrote:Jay and Steve Fannasy Run Pretty Good at the Grove with their LPS Cars... :cheers2:
just to clarify, Jay and Steve's car are the newer style LPS, and are completley different than an older LPS.

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Re: new to the super sportsman ranks need info

Post by Brewster » Tue Feb 05, 2013 4:05 pm

True, Steve's was new last year, and Jay's is an older (maybe 3-4 years old) Aaron Eichelberger Chassis... FYI - Eric Walker is Winning with an Older LPS Chassis... :cheers2:
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Re: new to the super sportsman ranks need info

Post by VikesN410s » Tue Feb 05, 2013 6:18 pm

Put your money into the motor and the chassis will not have as much of an effect....and a driver with some....baseballs....jmo

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Re: new to the super sportsman ranks need info

Post by 190 » Tue Feb 05, 2013 7:56 pm

PA POSSE #1 wrote:I know what I'm talking about. They were built to run silver springs not these bigger tracks like the grove. Not saying if you don't have a good motor you won't win races there just outdated compaired to a woodring or a Mach1
Really? Tell us what makes the LPS chassis so suited to Silver Spring.
Maybe you can give us some of the specs and measurements of the various sportsman chassis and explain why one is better than the other.
I doubt you even know the tube heights of the car in question, let alone anything else about it.

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Re: new to the super sportsman ranks need info

Post by Cisney Motorsports » Sun Feb 10, 2013 1:05 pm

Lps are a great chassis!! We had a 2004 Lps chassis and won multiple races at Williams grove and port royal! Rick builds a very nice car and he can also help you out with some setup information.

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