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Old 11-24-2012, 01:58 PM   #16
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Really like the design . Also the steering links could be easily adjusted (inner link Ackerman width) with a small plate to change it with .
Look forward yo seeing it in curlation
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Old 11-25-2012, 11:14 AM   #18
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Please, is totally different
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Old 11-26-2012, 10:16 AM   #19
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very good feedback in the race ​​on our test track
worked upward steering and the type of carbon, the last things to develop, STX is ready, very soon the first wave of Kit
later put photos of the machine that is running with official WRC drivers
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Old 11-26-2012, 04:07 PM   #22
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Is there provisions to mount a top deck in a traditional way? Looks like there is screws holes in the mounts for this.
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Ha!

No surprise here. Somebody releases something that's "different", (which so many folks complain there isn't enough of) and the first thing we ask is if it can be altered to similar design as the other 95% of current cars. I love it!
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No surprise here. Somebody releases something that's "different", (which so many folks complain there isn't enough of) and the first thing we ask is if it can be altered to similar design as the other 95% of current cars. I love it!
No........... not wanting to make it like the other 95% of the cars out there, i was simply asking a question due to the holes in the front, rear and center mounts. It looks like it can accommodate the change. If you were to look closer in the pics you would see this, it would be a good tuning method if it could do this.
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Kinda looks like those are strictly to keep the upper bulks fastened to the lowers, especially since the area around the tap are milled down a bit from the height of the innermost section. IF I'm looking at the same parts as you are.
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Kinda looks like those are strictly to keep the upper bulks fastened to the lowers, especially since the area around the tap are milled down a bit from the height of the innermost section. IF I'm looking at the same parts as you are.
As highlighted in the pic..........
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Looks great! What's the expected price point?
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Old 11-27-2012, 04:15 AM   #28
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kid TT-01, Lessen
this car in photo is a prototype, initially there was a topdeck standard, then, we tried the twin version, which was much better!
in the definitive KIT, there will be only the holes for the twin topdeck.
price around 499 euro in Italy, in the kit there will, Gear diff, graphite arms and ECS
most important details in a few days
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As highlighted in the pic..........
Ahhh, I see. Those taps are not there in the first picture of that post. At least not easily seen.
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Vertical upper deck is not something new. The French PTI/Asphalt EVO II touring car used it ten years ago with good results:

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