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Old 08-13-2019, 06:43 AM
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VBC Racing have announced the soon release of their new Lightning10X235 235mm Pro10 pan car kit. The car will feature a 7075-T6 industry-first fully adjustable front Active Lower Caster ALC system, a 7075-T6 CNC main chassis and rear lower pod with silver edge chamfers for increase handling precision and a 7075-T6 heat-treated hardened rear diff axle. The steering setup allows for an inline indirect or transverse direct front steering linkage and the chassis supports configurable inline (standard/shorty battery) or transverse (shorty battery) battery layouts. Other features include a long or short centre rear shock linkage, a TBBS-P Progressive Centre Rear Shock with diamond-cut inner shock body surface to provide superb damping smoothness and precision as well as a 7075-T6 “Aero” adjustable front steering strut bar. Full details will become available in time of the release.
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Hopefully a new 12th will be on the way with this new steering system.
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Good to see VBC release something. . . I was worried that they may be going away. I really like the FX-18, as I race on a low-med grip CRC rug and it is perfect for that type of grip. For the high stuff I have my F6 and Roche aluminum setups, but on this particular track the FX-18 is superior to either of those (albeit the way they are setup...). Just glad VBC is still in business as I loved the 12M and would really be pumped for an updated 1/12 scale!!
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The Ghost 18 Edition-A just came out.

I hope someone at VBC can figure out how to write a manual....
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Originally Posted by Nerobro View Post

I hope someone at VBC can figure out how to write a manual....
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I want to like that post. But it contains someone I won't touch. :-)
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Honestly they should remove the manual from their kits... They would have some critics but they will spare a lot of mockeries!
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Honestly they should remove the manual from their kits... They would have some critics but they will spare a lot of mockeries!
an exploded view of the whole car would be better. :-) The MST TCR kit comes with "that" view, and it's totally useful.
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That's right but TCR have what? twenty parts to assemble? lol
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Thanks for the update jetjme!
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