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Offline Wes

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Mixing up mods.
« on: 10/21/11, 01:44 PM »
Now I'm asking this question for a guy at another forum...is it possible to mix up outlaw late models with Lmpv2? Which means that I would have 2 different body styles running in a race.
Like I said just asking for another guy, I have no idea if this is even possible.
Any help would be appreciated!
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Re: Mixing up mods.
« Reply #1 on: 10/21/11, 05:06 PM »
Not unless you can build a Mod. That's what it would take to do it.
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Offline Wes

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Re: Mixing up mods.
« Reply #2 on: 10/21/11, 08:41 PM »
Thanks for the info Robert. I wasnt sure.
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Re: Mixing up mods.
« Reply #3 on: 10/22/11, 06:34 AM »
Hmm... seems like something like that would be very useful for say, oh I don't know, maybe an old Indiana late model carset... lol.

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Re: Mixing up mods.
« Reply #4 on: 10/22/11, 01:04 PM »
It's just a shame you can't have more than four models with NR2003.  Can you image mixing SNS70, Hobby Stocks, GN63, GN69 and Aero88 together to have a cool Street/Pure Stock mod?

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Re: Mixing up mods.
« Reply #5 on: 10/22/11, 01:09 PM »
I know Ron. I sure wish you could, I would like a older Local Late Model mod thats used 80's Camaros, FireBirds,Corvettes, Also like a open comp mod and race old Wedge bodies!
But I know this takes time.
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Re: Mixing up mods.
« Reply #6 on: 05/27/12, 09:33 PM »
I always wanted to see this done as a mod.  Rockford Speedway (IL.) runs the 'Bahama Brackets' at the end of the season.  Any car that is legal from ANY track can run.  You qualify and get yourself into a 'bracket.'  Sometimes there are street/hobby stocks alongside UMP modifieds and Dirt Track late models mixed with ASA and MidAm stock cars.  Cool concept!

FYI - Track charges $5 per lap to qualify, unlimited attempts.  Just get in line and have your cash ready when you get to the track entrance.  I THINK they started requiring transponders a couple of years ago for the faster classes.  Black flags are dished out to anyone who tops a breakout time.