I’m still in the lead in points standings at Battleground Speedway with my electric 1/8 scale. Although racing has been sporadic due to all the rain we’ve had, it’s been good. I had the opportunity to race in the Highlander race and took home first place.
Thank you Boca Bearings for taking care of your racers and the excellent craftsmanship of your products.
Best Regards,Gary Vogel
Have a great Fourth of July everyone!
We have our annual sale going on now.
Save 25% on your entire order with coupon code JULY2015 at checkout.
We would like to thank Boca Bearings for the sponsorship your company gave us and also inform you that we finished in second place at the National F1 in Schools!
On to the world finals in Singapore !
Intro – Boca Bearings and my Jato:http://bocabearingsworkshop.blogspot.ca/2015/04/traxxas-tqi-telemetry-radio-and-app.html?m=1Part 1 – “Somewhat” stock Jato:http://bocabearingsworkshop.blogspot.ca/2015/04/traxxas-tqi-telemetry-radio-and-app_27.html?m=1Part 2 – Videos of Jato bearings replaced with all Boca Bearings:http://bocabearingsworkshop.blogspot.ca/2015/05/traxxas-tqi-telemetry-radio-and-app.html?m=1This is it! My Jato 3.3 nitro is now 100% Boca Bearings! It’s time to hit the road and get some telemetry data. Here is a video of the first few runs to test the telemetry received from the Traxxas app.
To say I’ve had some obstacles this first quarter of running with Boca Bearings would be an under statement. Not with the bearings, they are incredibly smooth and keep me on the track worry free. What I have had problems with is switching my gear. It started with getting a new transmitter and another two cars that I have had to adjust to. A Team Associated B44.2, my first four-wheel-drive car for racing and I also just recently bought a Team Associated T5M, which I haven’t ran yet. I haven’t had the chance to go to any big races at all this quarter. My full schedule which includes basketball, baseball, and helping my neighbors out just doesn’t allow anytime for spending a few straight days at a track for a 150+ entry event. So, I compromised and made it to as many club races at Race Em Rc as I could. My usual classes as of now are 13.5 4WD Buggy and Blinky 2WD Buggy.I have constantly been putting my B44.2 in the Amain and I have also been putting my B5M in the Amain on top of an always stacked field of racers.
This quarter I have been trying very hard to dial in my buggies and become a faster driver in general. This quarter has had its ups and downs but for the most part it’s been great. For now, it’s nice out and I’m probably not going to be racing much, if at all, until September. I’ve decided to get a rock crawler for the offseason and do some crawling with my racing buddies. Keep in mind I will be getting some awesome bearings for as well!!
Thank you, Cole Adams