Hey guys....Got few updates from Mr Warpspeed and the test drivers.
Battery/Motor location: Both layouts were tested and they assured me that there is no torque steer and the car was better with the current layout.
Chassis Stiffness: The chassis has zero flex with its 3mm chassis and 2mm top-plate.
NTC3 Steering: I've been told the mounting holes are already in place for the NTC3 steering. Testing was done first though with the stock system to make sure that when compared head to head with a stock TC3 everything (geometry) was the same with the exception of the chassis layout.
More Pics: I'm awaiting some more chassis pics minus electronics to post of the production car. Those pics should be much better for detail and will also include the blue anodized alloy production parts.
Release dates: Are scheduled for the first week of January and early pricing will be around $250 List, so that means street price should be around $190.
NTC3NUT....As for the weight of the 3300's. I'm a factory driver for Reedy Modifieds and the packs that I compared were both pre-built race packs by Reedy and the "Yokomo/GP 3300" was 1.49 oz heavier than the "Ultra Metal 3000". I however didn't compare weight with Sayno 3000 or Sanyo 3300.
Hi Joe, it sounds like Josh is the lucky one