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Old 04-29-2006, 01:30 AM   #1
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Default Tamiya Subaru shell and Proto-Mgz,like or not?

I was looking at the subaru shell from Tamiya, looks close to a Mazda6 and was wondering if anyone liked using it. Also Was wondering if anyone had opinions about the Protoform Mgz (hope I spelled that right) shell. I bought one about 2 years ago when I first got into TC and I liked it's looks alot. Was thinking about another one, I've currently been running the M6 and it does seem to work well. One track I run is pretty fast/open so how would the shells I've mentioned compare? I like a stable car, not twitchy (if that helps).
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the tamiya subaru legacy B4 is a great body but definetly not the one to use for stability not as consistent but very fast, Mazda 6 isn probably the best body for stable and smooth
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I was looking at the subaru shell from Tamiya, looks close to a Mazda6 and was wondering if anyone liked using it. Also Was wondering if anyone had opinions about the Protoform Mgz (hope I spelled that right) shell. I bought one about 2 years ago when I first got into TC and I liked it's looks alot. Was thinking about another one, I've currently been running the M6 and it does seem to work well. One track I run is pretty fast/open so how would the shells I've mentioned compare? I like a stable car, not twitchy (if that helps).
I would recommend you stay with the Mazda 6. One of the best neutral bodies available.
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