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Old 03-09-2008, 07:29 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Jemmie View Post
I'm using the Blitz Altis 2.3 for while now. At my home track, a combination of fast flowing corners and some technical slow corners this body works well for me. I believe the Altis 2.3 has a little more steering in the slow corners compared to the Stratus 3.1 using the same car setup for both bodies.

Further, I made a nasty crash last week because a car in front of me accidentally spun around and I crashed into it hard, but luckily I didn't found any cracks in my body! It seems to be strong!
Yup the blitz bodies were thicker than protoform. Can't wait to try the altis 2.3
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