Boca Bearings
I put the ABEC 7 ceramics in my old Cronarch SF. Love em. They really made it a super free!  If they hold up good, gonna do the same for my D and G models.Thanks,Richard

I put the ABEC 7 ceramics in my old Cronarch SF. Love em. They really made it a super free!  If they hold up good, gonna do the same for my D and G models.

Thanks,
Richard

Race recap for Newberry RC Park - Club Race, 04-05-2014

Raced the open 1/8 ebuggy class in a rocket round qualifying format.

Q1 was a solid race where I ran in the front three for the entire race. Unfortunately,
glitches with either my personal transponder or the scoring system dropped 
two of my laps. While I was pleased with the run, the result did not reflect the
way I ran.

Q2 found me using a borrowed club transponder. It worked flawlessly and every
lap was counted. However, glitches showed up in another important piece
of racing equipment, my controller….my Spektrum DX3R controller. Seems that 
the throttle trigger spring let loose on the second lap. Needless to say, that little spring that
literally costs pennies, cost me a good run. I never would’ve guessed that driving
and controlling a vehicle without throttle/brake control would be so difficult.
(This is where I thank a fellow racer that I just met that day….He was kind enough to loan
me his DX3S controller for use in the A-main.) Thank you Stephen R.!!!!!
I limped my way around the track and at least finished….two laps down. Other gremlins 
appeared during the downtime between races. My SH ZCar sheared a rear a-arm
pin/screw during that qualifier as well and needed replacing. No problem!

Fortunately, my fast lap on the day landed me in P3 for the A-main. With borrowed controller
in hand and borrowed transponder in place, we were off and running. By the time
we came out of turn one on lap one, I dropped 3 or 4 positions by getting tangled up in a pile
of vehicles. We shook ourselves off and off we went! By lap three, I was chasing down
the leaders. Within the next couple laps, due to a bobble by the leader, I took the lead.
With a bobble of my own in the last 90 seconds of racing, I lost the lead but was able
to fight back to take the win! This class of racers were no rookies! We had some real
talent in this class and it was a lot of fun racing against these folks.

This is my second race of the year with the same result, at the same track making me
the first repeat winner in any class at this track. It felt good to know that I can rely so 
confidently on those Boca Bearing Company yellow seals. They have yet to let me down
after a few months of regular use last year and a little time off this year.

Thanks for your continued support in a year that is setting up to be one of my personal
best!

Tim Murray
Pro RC Driver

SH Technologies/SH ZCar 
ZTeam of Florida 
Team Boca Bearings 
Team Leadfinger Racing

Lake City, FL
Race recap for Newberry RC Park - Club Race, 04-05-2014
Raced the open 1/8 ebuggy class in a rocket round qualifying format.
Q1 was a solid race where I ran in the front three for the entire race. Unfortunately,
glitches with either my personal transponder or the scoring system dropped 
two of my laps. While I was pleased with the run, the result did not reflect the
way I ran.
Q2 found me using a borrowed club transponder. It worked flawlessly and every
lap was counted. However, glitches showed up in another important piece
of racing equipment, my controller….my Spektrum DX3R controller. Seems that 
the throttle trigger spring let loose on the second lap. Needless to say, that little spring that
literally costs pennies, cost me a good run. I never would’ve guessed that driving
and controlling a vehicle without throttle/brake control would be so difficult.
(This is where I thank a fellow racer that I just met that day….He was kind enough to loan
me his DX3S controller for use in the A-main.) Thank you Stephen R.!!!!!
I limped my way around the track and at least finished….two laps down. Other gremlins 
appeared during the downtime between races. My SH ZCar sheared a rear a-arm
pin/screw during that qualifier as well and needed replacing. No problem!
Fortunately, my fast lap on the day landed me in P3 for the A-main. With borrowed controller
in hand and borrowed transponder in place, we were off and running. By the time
we came out of turn one on lap one, I dropped 3 or 4 positions by getting tangled up in a pile
of vehicles. We shook ourselves off and off we went! By lap three, I was chasing down
the leaders. Within the next couple laps, due to a bobble by the leader, I took the lead.
With a bobble of my own in the last 90 seconds of racing, I lost the lead but was able
to fight back to take the win! This class of racers were no rookies! We had some real
talent in this class and it was a lot of fun racing against these folks.
This is my second race of the year with the same result, at the same track making me
the first repeat winner in any class at this track. It felt good to know that I can rely so 
confidently on those Boca Bearing Company yellow seals. They have yet to let me down
after a few months of regular use last year and a little time off this year.
Thanks for your continued support in a year that is setting up to be one of my personal
best!
Tim Murray
Pro RC Driver
SH Technologies/SH ZCar 
ZTeam of Florida 
Team Boca Bearings 
Team Leadfinger Racing
Lake City, FL
Hey guys this is team driver clyde Roberts here for my first q1 report. This was my first race of the year at the psycho nitro blast. I ran the 1/8 open buggy class. I started the b main 8th.  In the start of the b main race i was sittin third after the first lap. On the second lap I was goin up the wall and someone took me out and broke my car. I was not able to finish. I would like to thank you guys for the awesome bearings and all the support for the past 2 years. Thanks again boca bearings.
-Clyde Roberts

Hey guys this is team driver clyde Roberts here for my first q1 report. This was my first race of the year at the psycho nitro blast. I ran the 1/8 open buggy class. I started the b main 8th.  In the start of the b main race i was sittin third after the first lap. On the second lap I was goin up the wall and someone took me out and broke my car. I was not able to finish. I would like to thank you guys for the awesome bearings and all the support for the past 2 years. Thanks again boca bearings.

-Clyde Roberts

I have received bearings which I ordered for my fishing reels. Everything is fine. Thank you for the quality product and prompt shipping.

I have received bearings which I ordered for my fishing reels. Everything is fine. Thank you for the quality product and prompt shipping.

Robert Green Reports In
Q1 presents some 10th scale racing. This quarter I was only able to do 10th scale racing. I have learned a lot with set ups. Looking forward to some more 10th scale and some 8th scale racing!
Albuquerque
Jan 17
4wd buggy 6
4wd sc 3
Albuquerque
Feb 15
4wd buggy 6
Albuquerque
March 1
4wd buggy 4
4wd sc 3
Albuquerque
March 29
4wd buggy 3
Open truck 3
Here is a picture on my 8th scale that we traveled to Lubbock and did some testing at a race on March 30. This weekend was spent in the car quiet a bit!

The outdoor season opener was a blustery start.  It was a “Great” start even with the wind chills at 38 degrees.  The first race of the outdoor season was at LCRC Raceway with 120 entries.  A good turnout for the cold weather.  I had a Super run with both the 4WD Short Course and the E-Truggy.  The 4WD Short Course placed me after heats in the starting grid at 4th place with a finish of a 3rd.  The E-Truggy was a 5th place start and ran 2nd most of the race.  A disappointment when my I ran out of juice with two laps to go.  I did not complete the last lap but still had a finish of 5th place which was no worse than where I started.  Next week off to the first Roar Race for Region 2 in Hayes, VA.  Maybe the weather will be just a little warmer than our first race here in Pennsylvania. 

JD Blair

Some quick feedback on our order:Website was easy to negotiate
Quickly found was I was looking for
Order arrived in a reasonable time frame
Order was complete and well packaged
Overall very pleased

The balls are for a 7th grade science project on kinetic energy that I am helping my daughter with.  

Thanks and regards,
Bill 
Some quick feedback on our order:
  • Website was easy to negotiate
  • Quickly found was I was looking for
  • Order arrived in a reasonable time frame
  • Order was complete and well packaged
  • Overall very pleased
The balls are for a 7th grade science project on kinetic energy that I am helping my daughter with.  
Thanks and regards,
Bill 

University of Dayton Supermileage

Ready to begin fab on the rear struts in order to mount the wheel.

After I change to use as Boca Bearing, the result seem good. I’m just comeplete with 6th Fazza International Athletics Compettition 2014 Dubai, Althiqah Club. February 20th to 25th
5000m 10:13.36min.
1500m   3:03.02min.
800m    1:37.15min.
-Ekka Chai
Topeka Control Line Association (TopClass) is proud to announce that it will be holding its 36th Annual TOPCLASSICAL MODEL AIRPLANE CONTEST on May 24th and 25th, 2014.

"TopClass" - Topeka Control Line Association TopClassical

Family Park 21st & Urish
Topeka, Kansas

Event Date: May 24-25, 2014
Topeka Control Line Association (TopClass) is proud to announce that it will be holding its 36th Annual TOPCLASSICAL MODEL AIRPLANE CONTEST on May 24th and 25th, 2014.
"TopClass" - Topeka Control Line Association TopClassical
Family Park 21st & Urish
Topeka, Kansas
Event Date: May 24-25, 2014