Originally Posted by alien racing
All performance tests prooved that the goldRace is easyer to drive than the classic Corally 1/12. About lap time, we are 0,5sec less on our track test...
In fact, we are using a soft front beam (epoxy 2mm) instead of the original Carbon one. At the rear, the side shocks are Associated standard and the longitudinal one is a classic touring car and spring (Asso Gold).
About Tyres, we use the same than the original Corally car.
In fact, the inline batteries don't load the front end much than the classic one but the reduction of the polar inertia is the main thing to sense.
You say compared to the classic Corally 1/12th, which to me doesn't mean SP12M. Any idea how your car compares to say a euros spec SP12M? Also, which rear pod do you need for your cars, the one from the updated SP12M, the older SP12M pod, or will either work equally as well?