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Old 11-08-2010, 10:40 PM   #4591
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I hate the look of the PMT dish wheels. Tires are great, but the PMT logo on the dish is killing me. Ruins the look of the GT that we're trying to achieve.....but wait....



$10 for a high quality decal of any of the 4 wheels posted.

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Old 11-09-2010, 01:23 AM   #4592
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Nice!

I like the bysm rear, attached
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Old 11-09-2010, 06:37 AM   #4593
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My rides!
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Old 11-09-2010, 06:52 AM   #4594
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What shock positions do you run?
Sorry for the late reply but work has me going crazy. Up front since I'm using maxvelocityracing shock tower in the iner most hole on the tower and the outside hole in the A-arm.

In the rear if you use the maxvelocityracing tower I use the midle hole and the other most hole in the a-arm.

I hope this helps you out. Not everyone likes an agresive car so it's just a matter of fine tunning but you will be in the ballpark. Remember that if you need even more steering you have many options I even have a RC8B front reciever battery box besides the steering servo just in case I need way more steering, all I have to do is move the battery foward (more weight on the front).

The body is another thing that you should look at, I'm using the Warrior and I'm very pleased with it. To me it made the car feel even more balanced than the Protoform. Another thing that I liked was that the faster you push the better it feels. I'm turning faster laps with it than with the Protoform so it must be working.
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Old 11-09-2010, 07:01 AM   #4595
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Sweet body, who makes it?
Hi WildBill,
I was wondering if you were able to get anymore info, regarding those
GT2 bodies from Deltaplastik? I'm looking for info on the wheelbase.
Thanks Livewire
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Old 11-09-2010, 09:49 AM   #4596
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Funnily enough, I got a building inspiration and was able to put together a 2-speed tranny on my Italian GT (just wrote here today I haven't been able to do it hehe..)

Waiting for the Evolva gears to complete the install (RRR gears pictured).



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Funnily enough, I got a building inspiration and was able to put together a 2-speed tranny on my Italian GT (just wrote here today I haven't been able to do it hehe..)

Waiting for the Evolva gears to complete the install (RRR gears pictured).



if you don't mind me asking, what Italian chassis is that?
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Old 11-09-2010, 10:26 AM   #4598
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Sure, it's a BMT manufactured by Sirio. It's from 2008, still being sold. It drives really well, used to have Inferno's before this baby.
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Sure, it's a BMT manufactured by Sirio. It's from 2008, still being sold. It drives really well, used to have Inferno's before this baby.
That's one sweet ride!!! I was curious because belted GT isn't legal here.
And there's a debate as to whether they'll be allowed or not. For
various reasons such as, cost, & the performance gains vs the current
line of shaft driven vehicles.
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Sure, it's a BMT manufactured by Sirio. It's from 2008, still being sold. It drives really well, used to have Inferno's before this baby.
That chassis, and now with 2 speed tranny for US GT rules ... WILL FLY !!, congrats man !!
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That's one sweet ride!!! I was curious because belted GT isn't legal here.
And there's a debate as to whether they'll be allowed or not. For
various reasons such as, cost, & the performance gains vs the current
line of shaft driven vehicles.
Yes, I understand. This is more like experimental at this stage. Hope to do some racing as well in the future.

Thanks Pato, I think it will! Cheers
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Look at my DM1... with Novarossi, all carbon ups from Max Velocity Racing engine and MVER tires and wheels.
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Look at my DM1... with Novarossi, all carbon ups from Max Velocity Racing engine and MVER tires and wheels.
Great looking wheels. What are they?

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i agree nice wheels
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Old 11-11-2010, 01:23 PM   #4605
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Nice indeed. Wheels look like aluminium ?
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