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Old 12-18-2014, 08:53 AM   #1
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Default Going all new for 2015. Need your Opinion: Bodies

Hey guys, my Mugen MTX4R was getting warn out from the few seasons that I have owned it. Now it's time to go all new. I picked up a new Xray NT1 and now I want to know what everybody is running for bodies this year. My track has one straight away on it and only one other short straight that I can get some speed on. Otherwise it's a lot of turns. Any suggestions on which ones handle the best? In the past I was using an Xceed body that seemed to work pretty well.

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Old 12-23-2014, 02:10 AM   #2
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do you like a GT body?
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For me it's pretty easy. Protoform SRS-N in relatively low/med traction and where I want lots of steering. The P37-N in higher grip or where I need more stability. I've also liked the xceed spark but it doesn't seem to work at all tracks like the SRS or P37 does.
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For me it's pretty easy. Protoform SRS-N in relatively low/med traction and where I want lots of steering. The P37-N in higher grip or where I need more stability. I've also liked the xceed spark but it doesn't seem to work at all tracks like the SRS or P37 does.
+1 SRS-N

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Excellent, thank you guys! I personally like the p37. A couple guys run the SRS but they arent the ones winning. I am going to stick with the p37. thanks guys!
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