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marksracing
Member
posted November 24, 2003 10:25 PM
anyone on here running one are they fast on dry slick and tacky tracks ? how about the tec support. are they good built cars


zeroracing
Member
posted November 25, 2003 07:40 AM
We have a Dirt Works, but our shop is right around the corner from Smileys. They do all our heavy repair work, and we have been very satisfied with Tim and their quality. Their cars have proven to be fast with the right set up and driver.


Racer14K
Member
posted November 25, 2003 03:57 PM
Not any here in the St.Louis area that I know of but Troy Taylor from texas finished 8th in UMP points in a Smileys modified.


ctfarm
Member
posted November 26, 2003 11:22 AM
Circle Track magazine is using one for their reality racer project.I think it started in the Feb. or March 2003 issue.Great article with lots of photos.These cars are very fast.



j4racin
Member
posted November 26, 2003 02:37 PM
I just bought a new smileys limited modified and i am very pleased with the way it was built and customer service is great tim really knows what he is talking about . Also their prices are very resonable.

Justin McDaniel
J-Team Racing
Texarkana, Tx


Wauge28
Member
posted November 28, 2003 11:33 PM
I raced a Smileys last year and was very happy with it. I talked to Tim early on and he was a great help (tech support) I put a 4 bar on the left and liked it even better (Z-Link RR). The car is great on heavy and pretty good on dry. I won 6 features this year and 3 nights were fast tracks and 3 night were really dry.

I have owned a Harris and 4 Dirtworks. The Smileys was BY FAR, the easiest car to setup and easiest to drive.

Keep a welder in your trailer...you will need it. Te car is light and kinda flimsy. At least out here on the West Coast it has been a little bittle. We get some pretty rough tracks though. All in all it was a great car for me. I would not hesitate to buy another!

alias
Member
posted December 05, 2003 10:13 AM
Recently visited Smiley's and saw some of
the race cars they were building. Very high
quality and Tim Clonch really knows his stuff.


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