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Old 11-28-2019, 06:12 AM
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Hello beautiful people pf the internet.

I will be racing in 13.5 blinky soon and am at a crossroads with choosing a new body for the season.

i know everyone will be using roar approved bodies as they are faster but i'm more keen on using a gt body. Im a bit tired of roar bodies.

My question is how much slower or at a disadvantage will i be in. Im not out to win but i want to at least be racey... The track we are running on is quite big and fast.

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What do you guys think?
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Have fun with it. Get a few bodies and see what works. I’ve used at least 6 bodies on my USGT car. From touring to VTA. Not much difference in my case.
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any of the tamiya light weight bodies will work. Nsx Brz both work well. i have won many races with both
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Originally Posted by fat500 View Post
any of the tamiya light weight bodies will work. Nsx Brz both work well. i have won many races with both
Awesome. Thanks for the heads up.
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