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1 Parts War Prizes on Tue Jan 17, 2012 9:55 pm

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F-Class: F-Class teams need to win three consecutive battles to move up to E-Class. The first match would result in them winning new axels for their wheels, making rotation easier and the wheels to speed up quicker.

The second match would result in them winning new, stronger wheels that do not break as easily and allow for more traction on tricky terrain.

The third match would result in them winning territory from the losing team since they have officially lost to a team that is moving up a class.

E-Class: E-Class teams need to win three consecutive battles to move up to D-Class. The first match would result in them winning newer, more accurate springs that give the wheels more flexibility when the rider hits the ground after a jump.

The second match would result in them winning a new part of their choice; most teams choose a basic tune up since that is the maximum that is allowed. [Parts must be their rank, but you can create your own. Be prepared for it to be looked over by a moderator.]

The third match would result in them winning terriroty from the losing team since they have officially lost to a team that is moving up a class.

D-Class: D-Class teams need to win three consecutive battles to move up to C-Class. The first match would result in them winning strong wheels that can withstand a lot of pressure at once.

The second match would result in them winning a home field advantage in their next match, no matter if they are challenged or the challenger. There is one provision to this though; if both teams have reached this level then a coin toss [done by a moderator] will decide who will have the home field advantage.

The third match would result in them winning terriroty from the losing team since they have officially lost to a team that is moving up a class.

C-Class: C-Class teams need to win three consecutive battles to move up to B-Class. The first match would result in them winning a tune up and repairs.

The second match would result in them winning a thirty second head start in their next match; though this does not seem like much, it is an extreme advantage in air type battles.

The third match would result in them winning terriroty from the losing team since they have officially lost to a team that is movign up a class.

B-Class: B-Class teams need to win three consecutive battles to move up to A-Class. The first match would result in them winning a complete remodel of their air treks because of the strain that is often put on them.

The second match would result in them recieving a five second head start on the other team.

The third match would result in them winning all of the losing team's terriroty.


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