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Jammin Racing News July, August, September, 2009

Jammin at the Sand Sports Super Show

Visit the Jammin Booth o
n September 18, 19,& 20th at the OC Fair and Event Center in Costa Mesa, Ca. The Jammin display will be in building #16 and booth # 130.

Click here for more info

Hillbillys X2E

9/1 - Steve Hale's Jammin Electric

Team Driver Steve "Hillbilly" Hale sent us a photo of his New Jammin 1/8th Electric Buggy. Steve built his buggy with the third servo installed to utilize the optional mechanical braking. The kit includes all hardware and clutch assembly to build with mechanical braking or electronic braking.

Click here for to learn more about the new buggy.

9/1 - The New Jammin 21 PLUS Race Engine

Jammin is proud to release the new Jammin .21 Engine developed with a new Cooling Head Design, New Carb Needle Shape, and a New Carb Restricter design all to improve efficiency and life. Part # 51250

Click here for the official press release.

Jammin 21 PLUS

8/16 - Jammin X2 ELECTRIC Wins Again !

The Futaba Nitro Challenge took place this past weekend at the St. Louis Dirtburners in Kirkwood, Missouri. Boasting somewhere around 240 entries, Team Jammin’ had a strong showing with Traver Mullen, Steve Hale, Matt Farris, Aaron Pucci, Jeremy Cathlina, Taylor James, and Matt Gosch all in attendance. The race took place on Saturday and Sunday. Matt Farris TQ’d both Expert classes and went on to win the Expert Buggy class with his Jammin X2 Buggy. He had some technical difficulties in Expert Truggy, but still managed to finish 5th. Matt Gosch and Jeremy Cathlina ran in the exhibition Electric Buggy class using the just released Jammin X2 Electric Buggy. Matt qualified 6th with his Jammin/Tekno R/C conversion kit and Jeremy qualified 3rd. After the 10 minute long main, Matt finished 1st while Jeremy finished 4th. The Pro Buggy and Truggy classes had an interesting format for this particular race. Instead of the traditional 45 minute A main, they decided to separate it into 2 20 minute mains and average the finishes. They also took the top 6 qualifiers in the Pro Buggy class and ran a 7 lap dash for cash. Where you finished in the dash would decide your starting spot for the first A. Taylor James and Matt Gosch qualified 2nd and 3rd, so they would start 5th and 4th in the dash since they inverted the field. After the short 7 lap sprint, Matt finished 3rd and Taylor finished 5th, still not bad starting spots for the first A. In the first Pro Buggy A, Team drivers Matt, Taylor, Steve, and Aaron represented for Team Jammin’. Matt finished 4th, Taylor 5th, Steve 8th, and Aaron 10th. The Pro Tuggy class saw Taylor, Matt, Aaron, Traver, and Steve make the main. Taylor would go on to finish 2nd, Matt 3rd, Steve 5th, Traver 9th, and Aaron 10th. Unfortunately the weather would rain the rest of the race out and the drivers in the Pro classes had to finish where the finished in the first main. Great job once again Team Jammin’.

Team Jammin
Jammin X2 Electric
Jammin X2 Electric
Jammin X2 Electric

8/1 - Jammin X2 Goes Electric

Jammin Products releases the X2 Buggy Electric Conversion Kit to convert your gas racer into an Electric Buggy. This electric kit can be used with the included clutch system or optional servo for front and rear brake bias or direct drive for dynamic braking. The kit includes Chassis, Motor Mount, Side Guards, Chassis Stiffner, Clutch Adapter, Body, Servo Mount, And Battery Mount.

Jammin X2 Electric Buggy Conversion Kit
Part # 41114

See the official Press Release. Click here

7/31 - New Jammin Steel Flywheel
The Secret is OUT

Get the advantages the pro drivers have enjoyed for sometime now. The new Jammin Steel Flywheel gives performance advantages in many different areas.

  • Smoother acceleration off the corner.
  • Better handling on rough and loose conditions.
  • Slight fuel mileage increase.
  • Improved engine idling.
  • Less engine stalls from flywheel interference such as rocks hitting the flywheel.
  • Much more consistent lap times.

Jammin Steel Flywheel Part # 41115

Jammin Steel Flywheel
Jammin Steel Flywheel
Jammin in Ontario, Canada

7/18 - Round 3 of the Canadian RC Pro Series

Legacy Hobby in Strathroy, Ontario. was host to the final leg of the Ontario Pro Series and the racing was intense. Precision Hobbies/ Jammin Regional team driver Chris Buckrell pulled off the win in expert buggy. Chris was battling between 2nd and 3rd for the first 25 minutes of the race and closed in on first in the final 5 minutes. With 2 minutes, Chris gained the lead and battled with second place. Coming around for the final turn Chris had a slight bobble but held on to his lead to take the win in his Jammin X2 buggy powered by a Jammin JPX .21. Jammin regional team driver Nate Talaskavich had some trouble in qualifying and ended up in the B main. As soon as the race started, Nate checked out and drove a clean race taking his win in the Expert Buggy B main. Nate had a few issues come up in the expert A but still managed to finish a strong 5th in the Expert Buggy A main. Rob Patch had a strong run but could not get through to challenge the front runners and finished 7th in the Expert buggy A main. It was a great race and a great race for the Jammin team. Rob Patch finished 2nd in points for the Ontario division of the Pro Series and Chris Buckrell finished 3rd.

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