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Old 09-10-2013, 08:07 AM   #6481
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We do have several RC10 Classic items in the works, but we will have to see when the car is released regarding the wheels, etc...
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Old 09-10-2013, 10:06 PM   #6482
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PW...you need to share some info...

http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXDWAR&P=7

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Old 09-11-2013, 05:32 AM   #6483
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It looks kind of like the car on the bottom right of the link.
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Im thinking of switching to J concept bodies and need some suggestions. Im looking for a low and sleek hi flow sc body. Thats why im moving away from proline. All their sc bodies look high, boxy and toyish imo. Which hi flow body would you guys suggest?
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I just painted up the Nissan titan body with the exit spoilers and its a nice body. Have always used the OG hi flow. Tried PL once and didn't like the durability.
F250 with the exit spoilers seems to be a hit as well I just prefer the look of the Nissan. Not as boxy.

Can't find a lower cab than the FTW body though, it was pretty durable as well. One thing about the FTW, its been around for a while and is not as wide as the newer breed of bodies to match the trucks going out to the 296mm limit. Its a snug fit.
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The new P#JCI0250 Nissan body flies very well. You can never go wrong with the original Hiflow P# JCI0222 either. Both come in standard and light weight models now.
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Good to hear on the Nissan, itchen to drive it this weekend. The Nissan needs some scratches on it
I hear the vent spoilers help at the end of the straight too.
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How much does the rear number plates help on the Nissan body? I ran with out them and truck was loose every where went back to the raptor(0090) and truck was hooked up.
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The spoilers help alot with corner speed. Most guys run the optional longer set that is in with your decal sheet. If you watch late model oval racing they mount a whole side spoiler on there cars for improved cornering. Of course you cant do this in sc nor would I want to because it would look lame but the number plate and exit spoilers do the job just fine. You should really give them a try.
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Weird request... but can someone post a pic of the roller bag full of stuff and the zipper open? I just need a frame of reference for how much crap can fit in it. I have a lot of crap. Thanks.
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Im thinking of switching to J concept bodies and need some suggestions. Im looking for a low and sleek hi flow sc body. Thats why im moving away from proline. All their sc bodies look high, boxy and toyish imo. Which hi flow body would you guys suggest?
My son also recently ran the Nissan Titan and really likes it.
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Weird request... but can someone post a pic of the roller bag full of stuff and the zipper open? I just need a frame of reference for how much crap can fit in it. I have a lot of crap. Thanks.
I just saw this pic posted by Lila on FB...

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Will you guys be coming out with the short plastic onroad car stand? Made out of the same plastics the JC shock stands are made out of? Be nice to have the so we can keep from scratching the paint on the Lexan ones during Traveling. Thanks
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Will you guys be coming out with the short plastic onroad car stand? Made out of the same plastics the JC shock stands are made out of? Be nice to have the so we can keep from scratching the paint on the Lexan ones during Traveling. Thanks
I will check and let you know.
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I sure wish the carbon fiber steering brace for the sc10 will be back in stock soon!.!.
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