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Old 11-02-2018, 11:08 AM
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WHATS YOUR INPUT FOR THE BEST BODY??
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THERE IS NO BEST BODY!!!!
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The one you like the look of the most.
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if you are new to VTA, don't invest in this class until they figure out the tires.
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best body is the one made from lexan !
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Definitely, the one you like best. No aero advantage in this class!
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Old 11-03-2018, 09:22 AM
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Bodies for VTA do handle differently , my Favorite was the HPI 68 Camaro it handled good on a tight track but had alot of Top weight and would have more chassis roll then the protoform trans am. my last one was 167g compared to my current Mc Alister Camaro is 112g
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Originally Posted by rcguyfpr View Post
if you are new to VTA, don't invest in this class until they figure out the tires.
Tires are figured out. You just don't like the rule

As to bodies, I'm not sure there's any real difference. I've run vta off and on at a decently high level and I've seen all the bodies win. Pick one you like and tune to it.
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Best VTA body? Any body made by McAllister.
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Old 11-04-2018, 01:33 PM
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You're too nice Glenn... Thank you.

McAllister Racing has a new owner. A great, smart, young guy in Iowa. His name is Ross May and wife Beckie and they would love to hear from all of you.
I'm now unemployed and Cathie is retired.... LOL

www.mcallisterracing.com
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You're too nice Glenn... Thank you.

McAllister Racing has a new owner. A great, smart, young guy in Iowa. His name is Ross May and wife Beckie and they would love to hear from all of you.
I'm now unemployed and Cathie is retired.... LOL

www.mcallisterracing.com
Congratulations and thanks for what you've done for RC. I proudly raced my MX-Stang tonight.
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