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Old 07-16-2005, 05:57 PM   #1
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Default Ofna Ultra LX Comp - Should the front of the chassis be bent upwards?

Hey guys,
I just finished running my Ofna Ultra LX Comp and noticed that the front portion of the chassis (from where the gearbox starts) is slightly bent upwards.

Should it be like this or did I somehow tweak it?

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From all the 1/8s I've seen, they're all like that. It helps the front suspension absorb landing impact easier when the car lands on its nose.
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Thanks, I'm glad to hear that cause I went bashing and took some killer jumps
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