The F104 is easely converted to the 200MM
I did and it drives the same as a F103.
The F109 is also 200MM.
The HPI can also be converted
For the F104 it is at the rear just the switching of the tires from F104 to F103.
At the front it is just the suspension arms.
Foam or rubber?
If you want to bring a bit of scale back then only allow F103 rubber as they are smaller then the foams.
There is a wide enough range of rubber tires that is usable and work.
The pancar type tires are just a no no on F1.
Bloody ugly and give to much of a advantage over the original F1 tires.
This just my opinion and would allow more cars to compete with one another.
Originally Posted by bertrandsv87
So why not make 180mm conversions for 200mm cars and just run one class, but with everybody participating? The idea of buying another car to participate does not sit well with the racers, and should be remedied with affordable conversions...