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Old 04-28-2017, 02:12 PM   #1
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For those of you finding it hard to figure out a Vintage Modified Coupe for Pavement or Carpet, especially with Pan Cars.....here is a new twist. Probably the last thing you would consider is a Slash... makes sense. But McAllister Racing has recent success with a cool Sprint body for the Slash, as well as a Bomber Coupe body. With a little effort it's quite easy to convert that Tri-County Modified Coupe to a Vintage Modified Pavement Coupe. Minus the fenders, lowering the body to the max and using 2.2 wheels and tires along with the LCG chassis for the Slash, here's what we came up with. By the way, with that set up and all else virtually stock it handles great on pavement or carpet. For more details you can call us or email.

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For those of you finding it hard to figure out a Vintage Modified Coupe for Pavement or Carpet, especially with Pan Cars.....here is a new twist. Probably the last thing you would consider is a Slash... makes sense. But McAllister Racing has recent success with a cool Sprint body for the Slash, as well as a Bomber Coupe body. With a little effort it's quite easy to convert that Tri-County Modified Coupe to a Vintage Modified Pavement Coupe. Minus the fenders, lowering the body to the max and using 2.2 wheels and tires along with the LCG chassis for the Slash, here's what we came up with. By the way, with that set up and all else virtually stock it handles great on pavement or carpet. For more details you can call us or email.

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You really need to post it in the oval forum this is the road course forum.
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Done....I'm just so used to coming here and thinking on-road, not just road racing....
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