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Old 07-15-2006, 12:03 AM   #11701
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Main difference:
The Tbar. The 10L has an a-symmetrical T-bar, while the L2 has a symmetrical T-bar.
The L2 T-bar is easy to buy, the 10L's is harder to find.In handling, the cars are close.
The original 10L came with the "old school" block of nylon front suspension, which has later been upgraded in 10LS model to the current dynamic strut front suspension.
The new front end is standard on the L2.

There are more subtle changes, like the rear pod plates, T-bar brace, chassis width.
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Ebay deal L3T.
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Old 07-15-2006, 09:45 PM   #11703
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Attached are the photo's of the new Darkside Motorsports Prototype 1/10 On-Road Pan Car Chassis.
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1/10th pan car-1.10-pan-chassis.jpg   1/10th pan car-1.10-pan-chassis-2.jpg  
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any one call it yet?
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Old 07-15-2006, 10:02 PM   #11705
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Attached are the photo's of the new Darkside Motorsports Prototype 1/10 On-Road Pan Car Chassis.
how much??
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Old 07-16-2006, 03:11 AM   #11706
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Attached are the photo's of the new Darkside Motorsports Prototype 1/10 On-Road Pan Car Chassis.
Very interesting concept!
Single pivot rear, triple shocks, batteries down the middle. This should make for an agile, yet high-traction car.
The front seems to have multiple adjustment possibilities for locating the front arms. I gues it is easily adapted to narrow and wide car setup and short and long wheelbase?
Just one suggestion: when you start testing, use softer side springs. Those blues take away too much traction.
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Very interesting concept!
Single pivot rear, triple shocks, batteries down the middle. This should make for an agile, yet high-traction car.
The front seems to have multiple adjustment possibilities for locating the front arms. I gues it is easily adapted to narrow and wide car setup and short and long wheelbase?
Just one suggestion: when you start testing, use softer side springs. Those blues take away too much traction.
Thanks. The idea was to modify the 1/10 oval chassis that I currently produce to a or-road chassis using as many of the same parts as possible. The width will be able to expand from 190mm to very close to 235mm. wheelbase and width adjustments are easily made. Thanks for the info on the springs.

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how much??
Not certain yet. I will be selling it as a complete rolling chassis though. It will come with CRC shocks, IRS axle and Team associated front parts, Lunsford ti-rods and Kimbrough gears. All of these parts are easy to come by by in the states, but I will have spare parts available through my website also. I will also be happy to ship wherever the demand is for the chassis.
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Ooooh..... Eric; I think I need one of those! Let me know when it's ready for shipment. I love the battery placement. Thanks; Ernie P.
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any one call it yet?
i'm gonna bid it, but not sure how high, it is only a sport...
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Not certain yet. I will be selling it as a complete rolling chassis though. It will come with CRC shocks, IRS axle and Team associated front parts, Lunsford ti-rods and Kimbrough gears. All of these parts are easy to come by by in the states, but I will have spare parts available through my website also. I will also be happy to ship wherever the demand is for the chassis.

like everyone else.. when when when, how much how much how mcuh.. (i know. not yet, not known) that thing is sweet..
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Production kits available in less than two months.

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Attached are the photo's of the new Darkside Motorsports Prototype 1/10 On-Road Pan Car Chassis.
With the batters up the center. And making a change to the front end. Like the DNA front end. Looks like it may make a good Oval Velodrome car.
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With the batters up the center. And making a change to the front end. Like the DNA front end. Looks like it may make a good Oval Velodrome car.
We'll be making a Velodrome version of our Enemy oval chassis, with front end, for next year's outdoor season.
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We'll be making a Velodrome version of our Enemy oval chassis, with front end, for next year's outdoor season.
Cool! I'll be watching for that. thanks
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