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Old 02-16-2012, 09:18 PM   #61
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Originally Posted by speed6 View Post
Hey Dale, love your bodies and durabilty.

Most professional of the bunch and the coolest aswell!

Keep it up!

What i wish to see from Proline in the future is laser pre cut bodies in order to have less hassle

Can't wait to try the new body
Agreed Dale Pre cut bodies just cut your body post holes now thats a good marketing drive make it a protoform first
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Old 02-17-2012, 04:42 AM   #62
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Originally Posted by daleepp View Post
EEL Monster;
I'll be perfectly honest with you - we don't get many complaints about our racebodie's lacking durability - not that I doubt your word. Matter of fact - we tend to hear just the opposite most of the time - that Protoform bodies are more durable than "brand X". I attend club races at least 10-12 times a year, and I attend at least 6 large "Nationals/Worlds" type races a year and have been for the last 19 years. I seriously cannot remember the last time someone came to me with a durability complaint. I'm dead serious.

Are you having these said problems with the 1/8th bodies or 1/10th ? What weight are you having the most problems with? Were they Lite weight (.030) or Pro-lite (.025). Or was it with Regular weight .040 on the 1/8th on-road bodies?

I noticed at the bottom of your post that you have a couple of "other" body manufacturers mentioned. Are you sponsored by either?
Thanks in advance for your response.

best regards - Dale Epp - Protoform
G'Day Dale,

I had trouble with lightweight 200mm tourer bodies & especially the 200mm Lola bodies tearing
It's not a problem for a single meet. They last plenty great for that
It's for clubbys. I noticed a discernable difference in longevity particularly with the 200mm Lola bodies
I have to pay for my bodies. It's no cheaper for me to run either brand. I've just had a good run with the latters bodies

Btw the SRS-N looks AWESOME

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Old 02-23-2012, 07:41 AM   #63
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What's the difference between the SRC #509 Kruzer body and the SRC#510 Kruzer V2 body. Second question Where can you get them?

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Old 02-23-2012, 07:54 AM   #64
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has someone already tested the new body from blitz? the RS6?
What are the differences between RS6, RS4 and Blitz Cruze?
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