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    Default 2016 Michigan cup Results

    Well here are the 2016 Michigan Cup results.

    Day 1
    P-Limited Offshore
    1. Steven Vaccaro, jr 27.50 laps
    2. Larry Jaques 27.25 laps
    3. Marc Cerankowski 26.25 Laps
    SV-27
    1. Marc Cerankowski 1200 pts
    2. Don Hineman 825 pts
    2. Dave Howarth 825 pts
    P-Catamaran
    1. Tom Castellani 1200 pts
    2. Mike Paganelli 1100 pts
    3. Thomas Baffer 750 pts
    Q-Catamaran
    1. Mike Pagaelli 1200 pts
    2. Jay Moffatt 625 pts
    3. Thomas Baffer 350 pts
    P-Mono
    1. Thomas Baffer 1025 pts
    2. Jeff Burt 900 pts
    3. Howard Tucker 825 pts
    P- Limited Hydro
    1. Steven Vaccaro 725 pts
    1. Tyler Davis 725 pts
    3. Bob Zola 275 pts
    T-Mono
    1. Howard Tucker 1200 pts
    2. Mike Paganelli 350 pts
    3. Jay Moffatt 275 pts
    Day 2
    P-Offshore
    1. Thomas Baffer 29.25 laps
    2. Steven Vaccaro 26.75 laps
    3. Anthony Vaccaro 24.75 laps
    P-Limited Sport Hydro
    1. Jeff Burt 1100 pts
    1. Tyler Davis 1100 pts
    3. Dave Howarth 850 pts
    Q- Sport Hydro
    1. Terry Davis 1200 pts
    2. Howard Tucker 925 pts
    3. Mike Paganelli 350 pts
    P-Limited Catamaran
    1. Marc Cerankowski 1200 pts
    2. Bob Zola 900 pts
    3. Tom Castellani 869 pts
    8th Scale (2 days)
    1. Terry Davis 2225 pts
    2. Todd Fleury 1375 pts
    3. Jay Moffatt 1350 pts
    T- Catamaran
    1. Mike Paganelli 1100 pts
    2. Howard Tucker 725 pts
    3. Thomas Schlarb 75 pts
    Day 3
    10th Scale Vintage
    1. John Gross 1100 pts
    2. John A Gross 725 pts
    3. Bob Zola 325 pts
    P-Limited Mono
    1. Tom Castellani 1200 pts
    2. Thomas Baffer 1100 pts
    2. Tyler Davis 1100 pts
    Q- Offshore
    1.Thomas Baffer 32.00 laps
    2. Mike Paganelli 25.50 laps
    3. Bob Zola 21.25 laps
    10th Scale Modern
    1. Todd Fleury 1100 pts
    2. Terry Davis 1025 pts
    3. john A Gross 1000 pts
    P-Sport Hydro
    1. Ken Brode 1100 pts
    2. Mike Snare 1000 pts
    3. Tyler Davis 825 pts
    T-Hydro
    1. Howard Tucker 725 pts
    2. Mike Paganelli 450 pts
    3. Thomas Schlarb 75 pts

    High Points Champion
    - Mike Paganelli
    Offshore Champion - Thomas Baffer
    Michigan Cup Team Champion - Tyler Davis, Terry Davis, Tom Castellani
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    Congratulations fellas!!
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    Nice Job, Gang!!
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    Nice!

    What happened in p limited sport hydro? Low points.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ray schrauwen View Post
    What happened in p limited sport hydro? Low points.
    How so? Took two first and a second to tie.
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    You must mean rigger. Everyone blew off for at least one heat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T.S.Davis View Post
    You must mean rigger. Everyone blew off for at least one heat.
    Everyone "blew off for at least one heat" in RIGGER?? Ummm.... That's NOT how those are supposed to work.
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    The Black Pearl takes a first and second in P sport!!! Nice job Kenny and Mike!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darin Jordan View Post
    Everyone "blew off for at least one heat" in RIGGER?? Ummm.... That's NOT how those are supposed to work.
    That's not a good description. More like clipped a buoy, caught a wave, hit a fish. Nobody took flight exactly. All fluky things. Ty unhooked a fin and barrel rolled in his heat.
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    Ty and I both had RX issues in P sport. Stink'n Spektrum! That was just for you Dave.
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    sounds like loser talk.

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    The points were just low and I was curious as to why. Now that I have the down low, I understand. Missed a lot of fun.

    Next time.
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    I didn't even throw myself down and kick my feet like a child ner noth'n Ray. It's the sine of the hypotenuse.

    I can't say enough about the club as a whole. We were short handed but everybody chipped in to make it work. Even if it was just labor. Sometimes it's the little things that keep everything moving. All the help was greatly appreciated.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T.S.Davis View Post
    Ty and I both had RX issues in P sport. Stink'n Spektrum! That was just for you Dave.
    Have fun with that....

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    Dave, did you ever figure out the fail safe on the Flysky? I like that radio. Maybe I'll try one. I don't owe Speky any loyalty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T.S.Davis View Post
    Dave, did you ever figure out the fail safe on the Flysky? I like that radio. Maybe I'll try one. I don't owe Speky any loyalty.
    I setup the fail safe for each of my boats, but haven't had any flip overs since doing it. So we'll have to see.

    Maybe with a hand we could try a simulation. If you are willing to hold my boat while I open the throttle and then you set it down in the water upside down...

    And I have been thinking about getting the telemetry out of my boats on a permanent basis. If I leave a plug hanging out of my Traxxas radio box, I could just put it in for testing but get it out for racing.

    If you ever want to try before buying just let me know. I have an extra radio along with many receivers and telemetry modules. I could let you throw them in a boat or two for some testing. I could bring to the next club race and leave them with you for a month so you can run at practice days. LMK
    Have fun with that....

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    I'll absolutely do a role for you.

    I could just drive one you setups to get a feel.

    I've had less luck with spektrum since the MR series went away.

    If I have to pot RX to get a for sure waterproof then what is the point of going Speky?
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