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Old 12-27-2015, 05:11 AM   #106
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Hello

someone have a good setup to the Supastox gt to race in one asphalt track with low grip ??

wish is the main differences with the Type F body and the Type A body ??

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Talking NEW Schumacher Supastox Atom GT12



http://www.racing-cars.com/pp/Car_Sh...Stox_ATOM.html

looks pretty cool, nice additions to the previous GT12, great way to start out the new year
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http://www.racing-cars.com/pp/Car_Sh...Stox_ATOM.html

looks pretty cool, nice additions to the previous GT12, great way to start out the new year

This car is nice enough you could run it as a regular 12th with wide rear tires. One of the highest quality kits from any mfg for any class of racing. I might have to get one.
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me too, just when i thought i was going to start saving money... haaa. i created a page for it, kinda excited about this.

Schumacher Supastox Atom GT12
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Hello

someone have a good setup to the Supastox gt to race in one asphalt track with low grip ??

wish is the main differences with the Type F body and the Type A body ??

Thanks in advance.
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I have been running the kit set up, sauce the tires with no issues. may try softer rear springs but have not got that far yet.
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Hello

someone have a good setup to the Supastox gt to race in one asphalt track with low grip ??

wish is the main differences with the Type F body and the Type A body ??

Thanks in advance.
Best regards:
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The Ferrari has very good steering and is very neutral cornering. The Ascari in my opinion has very good steering and is very high rear downforce. If you are running on a short technical track, the A is hard to beat. Open and flowing, the F. I've had good luck with both in the lightweight versions. Very flexible and tough.
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ORE have announced the new model which is now available for purchase on their website. Very nice looking car and will work great as a regular 12th scale with wide rear tires! Mine is on the way.

http://www.oreracing.co.uk/b2b

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looks nice, very simple, i like the 3d printed axle tube
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looks nice, very simple, i like the 3d printed axle tube
Everything in this design is simple and low CG. That axle tube is is unique, for the moment. If it holds up, I predict others will "borrow" that design aspect.
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may have to invest in one of them Zen cars. very clean simple design
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may have to invest in one of them Zen cars. very clean simple design
I've seen them up close and they are quick. The Atom is currently the car to beat and the Mardave Assasin GTS with the battery mod is starting to win races. Still waiting on my ORE, but have one of the GTSs I just started getting a good setup for last week. I'm keeping my options open.

The GT12 first annual Worlds will be held in the UK next year. More info on the GT12 Racing UK Facebook page.
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Pffft...

Going atomic soon! Pics to follow.
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The Atom is an awesome car, very easy to drive fast.
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The Atom is an awesome car, very easy to drive fast.
If it drives nearly as nice as it looks, it'll be a joy to drive. I liked the GT as well, and this looks much more refined and yet as durable.
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Mine is on the way.
http://www.oreracing.co.uk/b2b
Oh is it now?
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