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Old 12-07-2003, 09:30 AM   #31
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Originally posted by Bubblestc3
The Losi bodies come with window masks, and a full sticker sheet, dimples for body posts on the Losi Sedan, and wing mounting hardware.

These ARE racing bodies, YOU the racer, have to do everything to your liking. It has no lines to cut out wheels or the height of the body, because the racer should be the one to cut out the body to THEIR OWN liking. My personal experiances with PF bodies on my TC3 have not been great, the lines are marked a little too long for the wheelbase on my car, and I end up with large rear wheel holes.
hey bubbles have you ever heard of PREMOUNT. You know what that is right??????? mount the body before you paint it (NOVICE)
what the heck is r/c car??? ( said in your best redneck voice)

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Old 12-07-2003, 02:02 PM   #32
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Originally posted by T. Hodge
Man you guys are brutal on this Skoda body....The body will also come with window mask, sticker sheet(with something totally new on it), and dimples for all TL cars.

If I am not wrong Skoda is not sold in the US. How did you get the idea to name the new body a Skoda? Is it licensed or sponsored by Skoda? What will be the stickers? Some Skoda logos? Anyway I will buy it, and paint it like my real one.
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Old 12-07-2003, 05:43 PM   #33
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Originally posted by T. Hodge
At times the Alfa has too much grip on carpet tracks so that is why we developed the Skoda.
Too much grip? Pure craziness. That's like a driver turning down a contract because it paid 'too much money'.
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there are times when a body provides too much grip..IE.. the alfa bodies and this may be a solution to that and another body/tuning option.
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