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Old 01-21-2013, 04:16 PM   #1051
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There is a firm that makes a wide conversion for the 10R5 but they use the CRC widening hubs on the rear.
I have seen some people make a wide rear pod also and use the IRS rear axle with it.
Remember one thing tho......The wheelbase of the 10R5 is shorter then a normall 235MM pancar even in it's longest config

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looking into building up a 235mm car and have been doing some research and kind of stuck on deciding between a corally 10sl , serpent 100 w/ there kit or a crc . does anybody know of anybody out there doing associated car conversions to 235mm as the 10r5's can be found pretty cheap and i have lots of ae pan car parts around for my 12th scale. thanks
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There is a firm that makes a wide conversion for the 10R5 but they use the CRC widening hubs on the rear.
I have seen some people make a wide rear pod also and use the IRS rear axle with it.
Remember one thing tho......The wheelbase of the 10R5 is shorter then a normall 235MM pancar even in it's longest config

regards Roy
thanks this is why i am leaning towards a corally or the serpent as they come 235mm form the factory ( serpent w/ there 235mm option kit , would give me the option of going down to the 200mm wgt class) the corally i dont know what would involve going to 200mm if i wanted to , any input on either of these cars would be awesome.
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Old 01-21-2013, 05:10 PM   #1053
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thanks this is why i am leaning towards a corally or the serpent as they come 235mm form the factory ( serpent w/ there 235mm option kit , would give me the option of going down to the 200mm wgt class) the corally i dont know what would involve going to 200mm if i wanted to , any input on either of these cars would be awesome.
i can hook you up with a rc10l2 that's been pretty much rebuilt. shoot me a pm if interested.
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Old 02-24-2013, 01:29 PM   #1054
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Hi guys,

My CRC 235 conversion.

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Old 02-24-2013, 01:34 PM   #1055
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Nice Niels, looking great again...
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Old 02-24-2013, 03:31 PM   #1056
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beetje jammer van dat ene "out of spec" gekleurde borgmoertje.....

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Old 02-24-2013, 11:39 PM   #1057
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Had je niet beter wat meer vlees laten staan aan de voorkant bij de vooras?
Verder ziet ie prachtig uit.

Isnt the chassis a bit weak under the front arms?
looks amazing
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Old 02-25-2013, 10:54 AM   #1058
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yes , it looks real nice. Its all self made i think.

But were on a english site guy`s
so no dutch allowed
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Old 02-25-2013, 11:30 AM   #1059
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Niels is that 7074 t6 aluminium? If so where did you get it from?
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Old 02-25-2013, 12:16 PM   #1060
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Driving my xray x10 link 200mm at the local club with a 10.5T boosted,
(same track as the dutch guys here, main competitor is the car of NDZ..)
driving over 110 km/h!!!

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thats awesome , nice track
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yes , it looks real nice. Its all self made i think.

But were on a english site guy`s
so no dutch allowed
Yes it's self made. I made the drawings in Autocad and the milling is done by a friend of mine. Only the bumper is original CRC :-D

@2wd: the alu is T6 indeed. Hans had some leftovers in his workshop which were just big enough to make the rearpod. This part was the hardest part to mill he said :-) It took a lot of WD40 spraying during milling

Thanks for the comments
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My CRC 235 conversion.
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Are they Tamiya F1 standoffs?
If so I am curious as to choice - (they a fairly heavy), were they picked for strength?
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VIP-Performance is working in a new and very cool pro10 car called "Vorlon":









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Old 03-16-2013, 08:26 AM   #1065
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maybe it is my computer but I don't see any pics. I only see boxes with red crosses.
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