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SupaStox GT12 Rules

Any GT12 kit may be used as approved by the BRCA for GT12 Racing
Chassis / Suspension modifications are not permitted, but upgrade parts supplied by the manufacturer will be allowed provided they fall within the general guidelines from the BRCA for the GT12 class.   

Motors and Batteries

The following Motor and Battery combinations are permitted.
13.5 Turn Brushless Motor + 1S Lipo Battery
21.5 Turn Brushless Motor + 2S Lipo Battery
Mardave G2 Brushed Motor + Any Battery

Lipo Batteries to be solid cased racing packs only (soft cased model aircraft packs not permitted on safety grounds).
Max voltage rated 7.2v for Nimh   3.7v for 1S Lipo   7.4v for 2S Lipo
Any and all LIPO battery charging or discharging at club meetings must take place with the LIPO pack contained within a LIPO Sack. A LIPO sack is a fire retardant bag with velcro seal specifically designed for containing LIPO cells whilst charging. Only commercially produced LIPO sacks are allowed for this purpose.
Any person found charging without a LIPO sack will not be allowed to race, persistent offenders may be asked to leave.
 

Weight limit

Cars must weigh a minimum of 950 grams (including personal transponder, excluding handout transponder) ready to race including bodyshell.

Body

Bodies permitted are those detailed in the BRCA list of approved bodies. 

Radios and Speed Controllers

Any commercially available RC equipment functioning on the 27 MHz, 40 MHz or 2.4 GHz bands is acceptable.
Any servo may be used.
All speed controllers must be of the zero-timing (Blinky) type.  

Wheels & Tyres

Commercially available foam tyres of suitable type such as Contact, JFT, and Mardave / Kamtec to be used.  Odourless Additive is permitted, but nothing containing wintergreen

Ground Clearance

All cars must maintain a ground clearance of 4mm, no screw or fitting should protrude below the bottom of the chassis. Ground clearance is defined as follows: - the clubs 4mm gauge should be able pass under the car from front to rear and from side to side when the car is standing in race ready condition without the car moving. Any movement of the car either laterally or vertically will be deemed as a failure.

Please note that the Race Directors decision is final in all matters concerning the eligibility of cars to run but the prime consideration will always be safety for both the club and the venue.