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  1. bigfatslob
    04-06-2015 10:26 AM - permalink
    bigfatslob
    Reply to : "Who makes the Daytona and Super Bird bodies, and how durable are the super wings in racing conditions?"
    The Superbird & Daytona bodies are just a Superbird body. I did a lower rear wheel cut out on the Plymouth than the Doge, also moved the wing back further in the Dodge, radiator opening decals are different size and locations as per the differences between the two. The bodies are original Bolinks bodies, google them, found new online for about $20 each. The wings are made from same polycarbonate as the bodies, you can mount many ways, I would suggest tab & slot with double sided tape or shoe goo, that way if they take a hard knock, you can put them right back on, no problem.

    Steve

    ps.

    You have many outstanding chassis and bodies !!!!
  2. ViperZ
    09-29-2014 07:14 PM - permalink
    ViperZ
    Thanks man, I appreciate the comments!
  3. illmatic94
    09-28-2014 04:59 PM - permalink
    illmatic94
    Thanks a lot man, beautful kit btw. Saw your YouTube vids
  4. illmatic94
    09-21-2014 06:43 PM - permalink
    illmatic94
    hey man, does the ofna x3 gte have alot of gearing options for high speeds? 80+?
  5. FL_SilverEvo8
    09-05-2014 02:15 PM - permalink
    FL_SilverEvo8
    it's going to cost me some money to ship it. Because of the size of the box. It's in the original box. And you know how big them boxes are.
  6. ViperZ

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