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Old 07-13-2005, 10:01 PM   #1
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Last thread kind of died, so I would like to create a new one. I bet there is more than one of us out there with a rally car.

I just built up a TC3 w/ Rally Conversion. Modified the front camber mounts by swapping the ball studs on the tower to Serpent 705 ones (MUCH more smoother).

I also have a wicked Team Br00d D6 10x2 Flatwire in there. Can't wait to run this thing.

Will have pix up very soon! Just waiting for my LHS to get a rally body in.
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Old 07-14-2005, 07:18 AM   #2
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Hell ya i got a rally its a TGX- Mrk 1 from tamiya heck this thing can haul as for a 15 size engine. but parts now hard to come by
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I have a G.V Super Cobra that was converted to a rally car. I will hopefully have links with pictures later on tonight.
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Check it out, the link is on the bottom of the page.

www.TeamPlatinumRacing.com/Rides.html
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im currently converting the amazing, tl-01, to a rally car. lets bring this thread back cause rally is a blast and we need to get some mroe people into it.
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post in the old thread its more fun...

i have a 1/14th rally car, but i'm too tight to buy a new radio and servo for it atm. i've also got my HPI E10, which has almost 1 INCH OF CLEARANCE when the shocks are removed. so when my TA05 becomes more than an idea, i'm buying a set of rally tyres and extending the suspension. it looks lke it could do quite well too. if the wheels dont fall off...
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