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Old 07-12-2017, 07:01 AM   #1141
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Any recommendation for any good servo for this class?
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Any recommendation for any good servo for this class?
RSX12 or any good 12th scale servo will work very well.
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RSX12 or any good 12th scale servo will work very well.
Agreed. The RSX12 is by KO Propo.
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Thank you liljohn1064 and Still Bill.
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And if you get your car ready, bring it up to Madison any Tuesday or Friday. We tend to race more often than not so far this summer. Racing starts @ 7 and we run either 2 or 3 heats and a main.
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And if you get your car ready, bring it up to Madison any Tuesday or Friday. We tend to race more often than not so far this summer. Racing starts @ 7 and we run either 2 or 3 heats and a main.
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The Protoform 1557-30 C7R Corvette has been added to the approved body list!
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I have a Top Rebel 10 WGTR for sale. Excillent condition. Search under my posts for ad.
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This year's IIC is following the "official" rules originally posted here. Same as last year.

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Just got a genx-10 SE and saw that the battery can only mount inline, compared to the RT where it can mount sideways as well. What's the general consensus on battery position in this class? WGTR is not a popular class by me, but I figure it will be a fun way to practice with a pan car.
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Just got a genx-10 SE and saw that the battery can only mount inline, compared to the RT where it can mount sideways as well. What's the general consensus on battery position in this class? WGTR is not a popular class by me, but I figure it will be a fun way to practice with a pan car.
I do have one CRC WGT-R car setup with the battery transverse and did find it useful for low traction conditions...like an asphalt parking lot.

Otherwise, in-line would be my choice for carpet tracks.

If you look back at Dumper's posts, you will find the two methods for adapting the the rear pod of the SE to the taller rubber used in WGT-R. I did prefer using CRC's F1 motor brackets to get the SE to a 5mm ride height in the rear.

At last year's IIC, I did let a friend use my SE conversion for WGT-R; and, he made it to the A-Main with it. So, it has plenty of potential.

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Awesome, thanks for the info! We have black carpet so traction won't be an issue
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Hey, havent quite made it through the last 2x pages of the thread. If I missed the answer or if its later let I apologize. HPI sells the Falken 2012 Porsche GT3 RSR body and Im not sure if this is the one approved? It states 206/210mm width. I assume its legal as long as the chassis/tire width remains 200mm?
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Old 08-23-2017, 08:53 PM   #1155
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never mind, Im slow. I see the part number right beside it in the original post. Im really interested in starting this class if my local track has a few interested people
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