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Old 11-20-2013, 08:15 AM   #16
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Any chance these could be stretched to 200mm.

Rob King and I are working a LM type class that these would be excellent for.
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Any chance these could be stretched to 200mm.

Rob King and I are working a LM type class that these would be excellent for.
+1 on all that, I'm looking forward on getting one soon, just have to get some spoke wheels for a better look.
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Hey- Thanks for all the positive comments.

As far as sizing goes, we market all three of our Daytona Prototype bodies for 190mm cars, however the actual dimensions vary on each. Here is a run down on the widths...

MX-P DP-
FR-198mm
RR-200mm

Corvette DP-
FR-192mm
RR-195mm

Riley DP-
FR-193mm
RR-195mm

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I got too excited and just ordered it, thank you. Can't wait to run it. Now for some +2 offset rear and +1 offset front.
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Sorry, Im drooling on my keyboard...that is AHHHHSUMMMM!!!

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Hey- Thanks for all the positive comments.

As far as sizing goes, we market all three of our Daytona Prototype bodies for 190mm cars, however the actual dimensions vary on each. Here is a run down on the widths...

MX-P DP-
FR-198mm
RR-200mm

Corvette DP-
FR-192mm
RR-195mm

Riley DP-
FR-193mm
RR-195mm

Hope that helps.
I'll have to try the MX-P next. It looks like it will fit a pan car without much fuss.
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Old 11-21-2013, 05:47 AM   #22
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A very nice body! Thanks for enriching our hobby

When watching the pictures closely, I saw you put a TC6 under the body. So I asked myself if there is a need to change anything to make the body fit to my TC6.
I think the front can fit under the body, but what about the rear?

And another Question: Will there be decals coming for it?
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The three DP bodies we make are all pictured on a TC4 or TC6. The new Riley is on a TC6.1 with no modifications and has been raced as you see it. Works great too. All of our DP bodies are very neutral handling, so your suspension adjustments are key.
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these are cool. i was so pissed that 24 Hours of Daytona's top class has to run near identical looking cars a la NASCAR. But over TC sedan bodies... WIN
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Old 11-22-2013, 12:11 AM   #26
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How are the handling on these bodies? A 2014 Riley Daytona Prototype body VS a Protoform Speed6?
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Very nice body! But, Can I use it in TC race?!
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Made my order today for TWO bodies!

Awesome work guys! Cathay is very nice. Ty!
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How can you not like Gary's Daytona prototype Bodies!
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Old 11-23-2013, 08:06 AM   #30
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Hey Brian-
That's still a very cool paint job. I bet it has a few scratches on it by now...LOL
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