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Old 03-02-2014, 10:54 AM   #76
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I see these bodies are pulled in 0,75mm lexan , which is pretty close to PF's 0,030" thickness ( "Regular Weight")

How much does a Narḍ weigh, compared to, say, a lightweight Speed 6 ? All other things being equal, of course...
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O, nice. I guess my local shops have been lacking.
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Today arrived for us the 2nd big satisfaction after the release of our new 190mm bodyshells at the end of 2014. In Germany @ the LRP Master International race our team driver Viljami Kutvonen takes the POLE in the modified class using our NARDO' body, closing in front of all others top worlds drivers. Tomorrow is the day of finals, good luck Viljami!




@heretic: our TC bodies are only lightweight, we not offer the regular weight. They start from 0,75mm but after production they comes lighter, we are "in line" with final correct weight.
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I see these bodies are pulled in 0,75mm lexan , which is pretty close to PF's 0,030" thickness ( "Regular Weight")

How much does a Narḍ weigh, compared to, say, a lightweight Speed 6 ? All other things being equal, of course...
The Nardo is 4g heavier (91.5g) than an identically painted PF Speed 6 Lightweight (87g)

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How is the ROAR Approval going?

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Today arrived for us the 2nd big satisfaction after the release of our new 190mm bodyshells at the end of 2014. In Germany @ the LRP Master International race our team driver Viljami Kutvonen takes the POLE in the modified class using our NARDO' body, closing in front of all others top worlds drivers. Tomorrow is the day of finals, good luck Viljami!




@heretic: our TC bodies are only lightweight, we not offer the regular weight. They start from 0,75mm but after production they comes lighter, we are "in line" with final correct weight.
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@heretic: our TC bodies are only lightweight, we not offer the regular weight. They start from 0,75mm but after production they comes lighter, we are "in line" with final correct weight.
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The Nardo is 4g heavier (91.5g) than an identically painted PF Speed 6 Lightweight (87g)

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How is the ROAR Approval going?
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And EFRA/IFMAR approval as well.

It's all very well winning in events where there are limited rules on bodies, but they need to be approved for use at the bigger events.
I can't even use them at the UK nationals
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And EFRA/IFMAR approval as well.

It's all very well winning in events where there are limited rules on bodies, but they need to be approved for use at the bigger events.
I can't even use them at the UK nationals
took answer rc ages to send striker to Mr Morgan at brca
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took answer rc ages to send striker to Mr Morgan at brca
Apparently they've already sent one off to the BRCA
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forgive me as im sure this has already been answered...

I have used the Nardo with great results and I really like it.
I ordered another, but out of stock.
However, they will send me Striker 2 until they get more of the Nardo.

What traits can I expect with this body compared to the nardo or Ltc-r?

I race 13.5 Boosted.

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Nardo and mc10 are already efra approved
EFRA #4041 & #4042
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forgive me as im sure this has already been answered...

I have used the Nardo with great results and I really like it.
I ordered another, but out of stock.
However, they will send me Striker 2 until they get more of the Nardo.

What traits can I expect with this body compared to the nardo or Ltc-r?

I race 13.5 Boosted.

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Andrew thank you for your feed. The Narḍ body gives to us our 1st big satisfaction at LRP TCM, the victory of Viljami in the modified class in front of world top drivers put our product at the top level after only 4 months from the date we released it.

The Striker 2.0 body that your shop sold to you is very very fast on tarmac. You can use 4/4 front tyres additive on asphalt, in case you will use it on carpet we suggest to start with 2/4 front tyres additive because the body is more aggressive than the Narḍ. If you will need then more steering, you can then move to 3/4 or 4/4 additive.

We confirm that all our 190mm bodies are EFRA / IFMAR approved. ROAR and BRCA homologation are still in "waiting phase".
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Hey Guys, regarding BRCA approval.

We shipped a Nardo and MC10 to Doug some weeks ago so just awaited approval since then though we never heard anything back. i have mailed him today to double check he has recived them. Im assuming not as we would have heard from him in the interim. As soon as we know one way or another we will either wait for the BRCA bill or reship if he hasn't got them.
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Hey Guys, regarding BRCA approval.

We shipped a Nardo and MC10 to Doug some weeks ago so just awaited approval since then though we never heard anything back. i have mailed him today to double check he has recived them. Im assuming not as we would have heard from him in the interim. As soon as we know one way or another we will either wait for the BRCA bill or reship if he hasn't got them.
Thanks for letting us know

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