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Old 11-24-2008, 07:42 PM
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The RC10 CE Gold pan was all bushings I believe and was the only gold pan with the stealth tranny. I have this car.

QUOTE=roadrashracing;5089248]I belive its the RC10 Championship Edition post 1992, it has some really short shock towers on it, are they oval ones?[/QUOTE]
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Old 11-24-2008, 07:44 PM
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I think it has the stealth trans
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Old 11-24-2008, 08:27 PM
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heres everything:
http://www.theshreves.com/rc_stuff/rc10history.htm
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Old 11-24-2008, 08:30 PM
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wow, thats cool
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Here's a 1989 RC10 Graphite I'm working on. It has the Stealth Transmission and A&L Steering. Paint scheme is copied from Masami's 1989 RC10. Thanks!
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This is the bushing car gold pan with the bushings. It's the same as the 1989 version other the the stealth tranny.


1992 RC10 Championship Edition (CE)
- Updated to include Stealth tranny
- Aluminum chassis
- Bushings
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Old 11-25-2008, 09:45 AM
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roadrashracong, the Gold Tub is the CE edition with a 2.25 Stealth tranny. The CE edition had the longer arms and weren't swept back. The car was used for indoor dirt oval racing by an older man in Kewanee.
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Old 11-25-2008, 07:25 PM
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the tare down has begun, I'm just going to clean it, rrbuild nessary items, put some hophps on and race it. I have new cvds and rr adjustable rear toe.
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Love the gold pans.... I've had many over the years... but my all time fav was the TQ10... regretably I sold my mint assembled kit a few years ago. Most people dont even know what a TQ10 is. Truely one of the rarest RC10 versions
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Originally Posted by Tony Newland View Post
Love the gold pans.... I've had many over the years... but my all time fav was the TQ10... regretably I sold my mint assembled kit a few years ago. Most people dont even know what a TQ10 is. Truely one of the rarest RC10 versions
wow....I actually remember the TQ10.I found these pics on the net.






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Thats ones mint! nice find

Very rare... it was a limited run of cars to begine with, little alone 15+ yrs later trying to find one.
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sorry...let me rephrase that, I found these PICS on the net. Sorry for the confusion.
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the rebuild has started, pics tomarrow
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I was up early, trans needs to build rebuild but I wanted to get it all together before the weeken otherwise it might be stiiting for a while. Do you think a stock 27 motor would get one of these around the track vs newer buggies with stock motors.


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VERY NICE! Looks brand new! I'm sure a stocker 27 would run great in the RC10. It's all about diving skill. If you got it and they don't you'll win plain and simple. Good luck and let us know how it runs!

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