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Old 12-16-2014, 04:25 AM   #10876
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Looks great, is that a 13 or a 14 body?
Thanks! That is the Thirteen body.
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Old 12-16-2014, 08:06 AM   #10877
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Thanks! That is the Thirteen body.
post more pics please
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Old 12-17-2014, 12:39 AM   #10878
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Old 12-17-2014, 12:43 AM   #10879
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I don't think I posted this in the thread previously.

This was the body I ran for the Timezone II Grand Prix.

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Old 12-17-2014, 12:53 AM   #10880
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I wanted to ask, have the 200mm cars all but disapeared. Are they being run as a support class anywhere perhaps with foams?
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Old 12-17-2014, 01:38 AM   #10881
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I don't think I posted this in the thread previously.

This was the body I ran for the Timezone II Grand Prix.

Those are some gorgeous looking cars! Also great pictures.
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Old 12-17-2014, 08:58 AM   #10882
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Im looking for a setup system for my Serpent F110. Does the Hudy System for Pan Cars work with the Serpent?
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Old 12-17-2014, 09:27 AM   #10883
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I wanted to ask, have the 200mm cars all but disapeared. Are they being run as a support class anywhere perhaps with foams?
I think still only popular in Asia...
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I think still only popular in Asia...
In Lajf Racing F1 series it is allowed to use both foams and 200mm wide F1 chassi, we run outdoors with 13.5T moptors and gearing limit.
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Old 12-17-2014, 06:05 PM   #10885
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I wanted to ask, have the 200mm cars all but disapeared. Are they being run as a support class anywhere perhaps with foams?
I love the class!

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I think still only popular in Asia...
TQ Raceway here in So Cal had a series recently where a few of the 200mm fans tried to get it sparked up again and I think it almost worked for a couple rounds.
Also, Speedtech's Grand Club Races held at Tamiya USA home track has allowed 200mm F1s on rubber.
I really need to go that route next time out.

I do hope that with the release of the TRF 101W that we see some 200mm guys coming back around
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Old 12-17-2014, 09:49 PM   #10886
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TQ Raceway here in So Cal had a series recently where a few of the 200mm fans tried to get it sparked up again and I think it almost worked for a couple rounds.
Also, Speedtech's Grand Club Races held at Tamiya USA home track has allowed 200mm F1s on rubber.
I really need to go that route next time out.

I do hope that with the release of the TRF 101W that we see some 200mm guys coming back around

Yes Speedtech allows 200 but everyone has chosen to run 180/190 realistic. I ran 90's era 200mm a while back and my car just looked out of place haha.
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Im looking for a setup system for my Serpent F110. Does the Hudy System for Pan Cars work with the Serpent?
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Technically it doesn't work with any F1 car as it is designed to use the standard pan car front bearing not the metric F1 bearing. But with my WTF-1 I can swap out the front axles with 1/12th scale axles and use the setup station
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Technically it doesn't work with any F1 car as it is designed to use the standard pan car front bearing not the metric F1 bearing. But with my WTF-1 I can swap out the front axles with 1/12th scale axles and use the setup station
So basically if you have the 12scale steering blocks with the 12scale axles of the S120 ( or S100 is also good ) , you can use them to setup the F1 with a pancar setup system.
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So basically if you have the 12scale steering blocks with the 12scale axles of the S120 ( or S100 is also good ) , you can use them to setup the F1 with a pancar setup system.
All the CRC cars use the same steering knuckles. They just machined the F1 axle so the back end of it fits into the standard CRC steering knuckle. So on my CRC F1 car I just swap the F1 axles for the 1/12th axles and I can use the set up station. I do not know if the same would work on the Serpent cars. If they use the same steering knuckles on the F1 and 1/12th then it would probably work.
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Old 12-19-2014, 01:21 PM   #10890
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Hi all,

I am looking for a new body and I like the PF13 very much, but...

Is there any "one-piece" lexan body with the front of the PF13 but a narrower rear end?

Thank you in advance
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