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Old 11-03-2016, 10:55 AM   #541
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Does the Protoform 15 body fit?

Do the Protoform Front and Rear Wings fit?
the protoform 15 is narrower in the front than the 13 and 14, but it still fits. i use the 14, dumper uses the 13.

The photo form rear wing is a direct bolt on, the front needs to be thinned down on the vertical part that slides into the front arm mount. don't force it in, or it will lift up the front of the arm mount. you will need to clearance the fit with a dremmel. it has a diamond shape that is a bit odd. you will see it when you have it in your hands.
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Old 11-21-2016, 03:28 PM   #542
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Anyone have close pictures with a lay down servo have a low profile savox in car and turn buckles seem a little high in the center

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Old 11-21-2016, 11:09 PM   #543
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I think the savox servos are a little bit taller, so you'll need to either get longer ball studs or run it standing up like I did
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Old 11-22-2016, 04:01 AM   #544
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Try the savox low profile servo
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Old 11-27-2016, 02:03 AM   #545
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I am new on this forum and I would like to correspond with an American subscriber I am French and I am 75 years old
I practise F1 1/10 electric and Pan car1/10 LE MANS
I need CRC WTF1 PARTS I found on the site ASHFORD HOBBY .COM but this site does not send order in FRANCE I would like that this correspondent buy this CRC WTF1 parts for me and sends them to me in France
I can pay by PAYPAL

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Hello
I am new on this forum and I would like to correspond with an American subscriber I am French and I am 75 years old
I practise F1 1/10 electric and Pan car1/10 LE MANS
I need CRC WTF1 PARTS I found on the site ASHFORD HOBBY .COM but this site does not send order in FRANCE I would like that this correspondent buy this CRC WTF1 parts for me and sends them to me in France
I can pay by PAYPAL

Thank you in advance Grandpere61
Hi Grand,

Go directly to the source...CRC. Check www.teamcrc.com for what you need.

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Old 11-29-2016, 02:04 AM   #547
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Hello Sill Bill

Many thanks to you you are a kindly man

Best regards grandpere61 ( Jacques DURIEZ )
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Old 11-29-2016, 03:09 AM   #548
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But I did not find the parts of the WTF 1 on the Site CRC I saw them on the stock of the site ASHFORD HOBBY I ALWAYS look for somebody who could purchase and shipping for me I would pay by PAYPAL

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Old 11-29-2016, 09:43 PM   #549
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But I did not find the parts of the WTF 1 on the Site CRC I saw them on the stock of the site ASHFORD HOBBY I ALWAYS look for somebody who could purchase and shipping for me I would pay by PAYPAL

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Hi Jacques,

I assume that we are talking about CRC parts; and, not something made by a different company.

So, please email directly to [email protected] for his help in identifying what CRC parts you need.

Brian is my lead contact at CRC. He is terrific with both parts and setups. And, he has won many major events in the US with his WTF-1.

Or...tell me and I will try helping you myself.

Also, CRC does accept PayPal.

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Hello Still Bill !

Yet thanks for help me Best regards grandpere61
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Old 01-14-2017, 01:54 PM   #551
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Recently got a wtf1 16 for xmas. I bought a protoform 14 body and a tamiya f2012 wing set. The wing set seems to not fit the body (front wing middle section too high) what front wing fits the 1r protoform body??
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I ended up taking off the uprights and just using the wing alone. I trimed off some of the material from the center channel and drilled a hole in it. Then just used a short body post and a flathead screw through the wing to get it working. If you go that route make sure you countersink your hole a bit so you dont drag that screw
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Don't use the upper section of the wing, and for the body post just use the post and longer screw that comes with the body.
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Old 01-14-2017, 02:17 PM   #554
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I am just getting back into the on road racing after years away from it. I bought a new CRC F1 car and I am trying to figure out where the front suspension mount shims need to go. I am using a protoform front wing and the wing is way to tall to fit under the suspension mount as shown. I assume that I will have to dremel the front wing but do I need to run both suspension mount shims? If so, where do they go? On top of the carbon fiber? Thanks in advance for any healp.

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Old 01-14-2017, 02:31 PM   #555
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