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Old 05-15-2017, 07:50 AM   #256
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I ran my m410 back to back with a pf ms6 yesterday and the m410 was faster and easier. Consistently over a tenth faster per lap on our small 6.2second/lap layout.
If I were to run a Speed6 at my home track I'd never get my car to turn
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Old 05-15-2017, 01:31 PM   #257
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i reading alot of confusing info here. what type of surface is the m410 best on? looking for something thats best for low grip asphalt.
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i reading alot of confusing info here. what type of surface is the m410 best on? looking for something thats best for low grip asphalt.
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I wanna try the Striker on Carpet
i ran the 410 and it was really good but it was dragging the carpet a little , i have it cut for asphalt so i just took it off and continued to run the M15. I love the M15 on carpet
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Finally ran the M410 on my local track yesterday (grip lower than normal due to dust and gusty wind), and back to back tested it against PF LTC-R, LTC2.0 and Precut Montech IS200.

The M410 came out on top.
Still want to test with different wings and positions on all of them.
That's why we say #JoinTheChange. The new M410 shell can really generate an advantage over the others bodies.

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During the same weekend the M410 body debuted in China at MTS (Muchmore race) in Shanghai China and immediately won the race!


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Any news on the pre-cut shells? Do you already have a rough idea when they will be available?
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Any news on the pre-cut shells? Do you already have a rough idea when they will be available?
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i reading alot of confusing info here. what type of surface is the m410 best on? looking for something thats best for low grip asphalt.
Just run the M410 everywhere. Low grip or high grip asphalt.
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Made some minor errors, but I'm getting better at this car painting thing.
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I just got my 410 body. Looking at it I see two trim lines. One pretty similar to the ones I see with other bodies and one higher up. The pictures I have seen always seem to use the higher trim line, so I am wondering what to use.
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I just got my 410 body. Looking at it I see two trim lines. One pretty similar to the ones I see with other bodies and one higher up. The pictures I have seen always seem to use the higher trim line, so I am wondering what to use.
The lower one is probably necessary for approvals. The higher one is what people would normally use, kudos to Bitty for putting it on the body, makes it a lot easier to trim properly.
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The lower one is probably necessary for approvals. The higher one is what people would normally use, kudos to Bitty for putting it on the body, makes it a lot easier to trim properly.
Thanks for the information will use the higher one then
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Very satisfied with the M410! Me and my friend were driving it in stock and modified with great success. Although with the ltc-r and IS200 you can achieve same lap times they are harder to drive consistent. The M410 just has this unbelievable stability and consistency. Maybe in the hands of a pro it wouldn’t make that much of a difference but for normal guys like us it’s a huge plus, especially in the race when the nerves play a role. Good work Bitty!
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Very satisfied with the M410! Me and my friend were driving it in stock and modified with great success. Although with the ltc-r and IS200 you can achieve same lap times they are harder to drive consistent. The M410 just has this unbelievable stability and consistency. Maybe in the hands of a pro it wouldn’t make that much of a difference but for normal guys like us it’s a huge plus, especially in the race when the nerves play a role. Good work Bitty!
Awesome to hear. so far everybody who tries it is experiencing the same. It's been a long wait for a body like this. Hopefully some of the top guns get on board.
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