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Old 07-19-2012, 06:44 PM   #946
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Old 07-23-2012, 04:20 PM   #947
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Is this bodyshell allowed in Holland?
http://www.corally.de/default.asp?ex...404&kat_id=964
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Old 07-23-2012, 04:22 PM   #948
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Old 07-25-2012, 03:50 PM   #949
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Is this bodyshell allowed in Holland?
http://www.corally.de/default.asp?ex...404&kat_id=964
i tried it
good straight line speed but no steering even less than the 962 serpent
need to adapt set up to get some high speed steering
(i race mod with a speedline chassis)
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Old 07-25-2012, 06:09 PM   #950
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What body do you run?
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Hi Closs, just out of curiousity. I was told the Speedline is 230mm at the front. I wanted to buy the Nissan GTP for a car with a 227mm front width but didn't when i heard the body was 225mm at the front. How did you get that nissan on? Is that body actually 230mm or wider at the front?

The flat pieces behind the front wheel arches and back wheel arches can be cut open as extra tuning options. Did you experiment with that by any chance?
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Old 07-26-2012, 09:01 AM   #952
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i tried it
good straight line speed but no steering even less than the 962 serpent
need to adapt set up to get some high speed steering
(i race mod with a speedline chassis)
In which way did you adapt the set up to tackle the high speed steering problem?
BTW: needed for mod racing with Corally 10SL, LiPo-config as in the kit.
(and yes I know there are lots of "buttons" that can be dialed, but I am interested in which ones you "fiddled" with ;-)
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Old 07-26-2012, 12:32 PM   #953
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where can i get one of these cars i want one
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where can i get one of these cars i want one
How good are you with autocad?
Kidding.
Serpent S100 with extension kit makes it 235MM
Xray X10 with a extensionkit from Nitrosisters makes it 235MM
Asso RC10L2 the last of the 235MM cars from Associated
Corally SL10 200 and 235MM wide.
RCdevil, beautyfull car but a real attack on your wallet
Those are just a few.
You could also design one yourself like Joost K did.
I am running that car also and it is a pleasure to drive.

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Hi Closs, just out of curiousity. I was told the Speedline is 230mm at the front. I wanted to buy the Nissan GTP for a car with a 227mm front width but didn't when i heard the body was 225mm at the front. How did you get that nissan on? Is that body actually 230mm or wider at the front?

The flat pieces behind the front wheel arches and back wheel arches can be cut open as extra tuning options. Did you experiment with that by any chance?
the MIX nissan fits easy as it is pretty wide up front havent used the hole yet
but understeer was so bad i stopped using it pretty quickly
i do plan to try it again as well as the 962 to get more straight line speed and better runtime on fast track
plan is to run the battery in the center and inline front axel with those bodies

i'm used to the mix lola wich gives tons of steering but has lots of aerodrag

for the guy asking what to do for better high speed steering
go inline at the front and go harder in the side tubes also set reactive camber to 10
but the body plays a huge part at speed on a pro 10
moving the body forward also help as wel as do harder tires at the back
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Hi Closs, just out of curiousity. I was told the Speedline is 230mm at the front. I wanted to buy the Nissan GTP for a car with a 227mm front width but didn't when i heard the body was 225mm at the front. How did you get that nissan on? Is that body actually 230mm or wider at the front?

The flat pieces behind the front wheel arches and back wheel arches can be cut open as extra tuning options. Did you experiment with that by any chance?
the MIX nissan fits easy as it is pretty wide up front havent used the hole yet
but understeer was so bad i stopped using it pretty quickly
i do plan to try it again as well as the 962 to get more straight line speed and better runtime on fast track
plan is to run the battery in the center and inline front axel with those bodies

i'm used to the mix lola wich gives tons of steering but has lots of aerodrag

for the guy asking what to do for better high speed steering
go inline at the front and go harder in the side tubes also set reactive camber to 10
but the body plays a huge part at speed on a pro 10
moving the body forward also help as wel as do harder tires at the back
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I was just wondering where you could buy the irs rear axle from. I was also wondering when you were going to restock the widening kit for the front end.
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pictures on our site. Lajf Racing www.lajf.se
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You can buy the IRS rear axle directly from IRS if you want...
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Old 07-28-2012, 02:52 PM   #960
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can you explain what the different colors and lines mean?
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