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Old 04-13-2010, 08:47 AM   #181
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I sell a deluxe wide pan
http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...-new-post.html

I have a couple of used copies for sale at the moment at a good price.

LRP SXXs, Novak Ball. 3,5, 10.5, HV 17.8,10.5, ThP bat, 2 Used JS Pro 10 Wide Pans
John what is the difference between the car you have developed and the 235mm option available from CRC... sorry completely new to pro10 type cars.

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The main difference is in the suspension. I developed this suspension to address issues that I had with the standard suspension like on CRCs and others wide pan.
Blowovers at about 50 mph if there are any bumps. A dampened dual A-arm front end raises this speed considerably. My pan is hitting 65 mph at our track. A front diffuser raises this even more for top speed events or long track use.
Poor performance through bumps. Radar test on the old surface of our track showed the 3-link rear end to be 4 mph faster at the end of the straight than a T-plate pan car. 3 mph faster than a center pivot pan car like the CRC. The typical pan suspension just skips over the top of the bumps without developing much forward traction.
Peformance. The dual arm front end and 3-link rear end improve lap times by 1.4 seconds over a standard pan on our track. The body no longer rattles around the track. The car is fully dampened on all four corners.
The overloaded center shock is eliminated. Its function is replaced by two smaller vertical shocks.
Those are the major improvements.
There are other features found in the bulleted list just above your first post.
This car was actually developed here on the pages of RC-tech on the Pantoura thread. Development continues on my CRC thread.
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Old 04-13-2010, 03:34 PM   #183
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Does anyone know of any other bodies for Pro10 besides the Protoform P905B?

Links? Web stores? Pics? Anything?

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more bodies here
http://mcallisterracing.com/page12.html

That and the Peugeot 905 B HD are about it in the US
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Old 04-13-2010, 05:16 PM   #185
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Hi mate, Corally make some b'shells which are actually protoform originally. I'll try and find some for you mate. Cheers.
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Old 04-13-2010, 09:10 PM   #186
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Does anyone know of any other bodies for Pro10 besides the Protoform P905B?

Links? Web stores? Pics? Anything?

Thanks
I know that the Nissan P35 was a big seller back in the day (I think that is one that Corally carries now like our Brit friend mentioned)
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Old 04-16-2010, 03:51 PM   #187
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Some german online shops with bodies.

http://www.rc-cars.de/index.php5?list=WG2335

http://www.hk-modellbau.com/default....f=1&kat_id=170
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Old 04-22-2010, 04:45 AM   #188
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some pre production sneak peaks of a new corally pancar. Will be availlable in 200mm and 235mm width. Chassis will be carbon.
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some pre production sneak peaks of a new corally pancar. Will be availlable in 200mm and 235mm width. Chassis will be carbon.
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Old 06-06-2010, 01:43 AM   #190
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Here is a picture of my prototype.
The car can be built with stick or saddle packs.
The final production car will look like mine with the exception of some minor revisions on the rear pod.
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Old 06-06-2010, 04:21 AM   #191
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Looks very tidy. Could you possibly post a close up pic of the front suspension?
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Old 06-06-2010, 04:37 AM   #192
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Front suspension is the same as the L4, C10X NG V1 and others using the Asso style dynamic front suspension. There is nothing new there on the Corally...
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Old 07-31-2010, 09:45 AM   #193
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ok, the 4th national of the Netherlands was driven last week on the great track The MACH Heemstede. The pro10 that are being driven for the nationals have 10.5t motors and 2s lipo's.

The modified pro10's (RC Lemans) were also present and as always it is awesome watching them go.

Practice was great on saterday as the weather was very beautiful and warm.

Too bad that on sunday the weather was turned with greyish and cold weather. The first qualifying round was good and i took fourth place. After that it rained till we had to drive the first final.

The rain dried up quickly but it washed some traction away. In the final I could not get my car to work so i ended up last in the first final. In the second final it got worse and i pulled my car off the track just to be safe for myself and for the other drivers.

It was a great weekend, just too bad the rain came in between.

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Old 08-01-2010, 06:17 AM   #194
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Hey guys, Im new to Pro10 and am after a body for my 235mm modded 10R5. Unfortunately I cant read dutch or german so cant register in either of the 2 websites posted by 2wdrive. Can someone help? Regards.
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Old 08-01-2010, 09:27 AM   #195
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If one of your local hobby shops sells Corally then the best way is to order a Nissan P35 235mm body from them. The P35 is distributed/made by corally. You could also ask them to order the Peugeot P905B High Downforce, made by protoform.

Would probably be the cheapest option.

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