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Old 09-11-2006, 06:56 PM
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Cool,

looking forward to getting back into F1 racing

address has been emailed
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Great When I finish the Spur adapter I will send you one as well ok.

It will allow you to run 48 and 64 pitch gears I will start them this weekend ok.
This will give you a better overall gear set ok.
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Did I miss something here? The site had a link to an F207 car. Is that the 206 renamed? Or is that what the d-drive will be called? Yes, confusion comes easy these days.
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Originally Posted by Monaro_Racing
Cool,

looking forward to getting back into F1 racing

address has been emailed

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Is there a company out there making a good V8 Supercar body???? Man I miss watching that speed did have the races for a time and I painted up the Falcon racing team body once and it looked cool but it was on a Stratus.
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Originally Posted by Marty Peterson
Great When I finish the Spur adapter I will send you one as well ok.

It will allow you to run 48 and 64 pitch gears I will start them this weekend ok.
This will give you a better overall gear set ok.
Cool, Thanks for that.
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Old 09-11-2006, 07:09 PM
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Originally Posted by mxrich
Did I miss something here? The site had a link to an F207 car. Is that the 206 renamed? Or is that what the d-drive will be called? Yes, confusion comes easy these days.
Um No there is going to be a F2007 4WD Belt car and a F207F1/Champ Car Belt Drive


Look here and on the Front page of website.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=126473

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Cool, Thanks for that.
Wish I could do more for ya mate.
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Old 09-11-2006, 07:10 PM
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Frewer make VY and VX Commodore and AU and BA Falcon shells in 200mm.

http://www.frewerracing.com/

there are some other ones but i am not sure who makes them, they are slightly out of proportion anyway.

there is also Clasic Vac for Aussie mussle cars like the HK Monaro, GTHO Falcon FJ Ute and GTR Torana.

http://www.classicvac.com/index.html
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Originally Posted by Monaro_Racing
Frewer make VY and VX Commodore and AU and BA Falcon shells in 200mm.

http://www.frewerracing.com/

there are some other ones but i am not sure who makes them, they are slightly out of proportion anyway.

there is also Clasic Vac for Aussie mussle cars like the HK Monaro, GTHO Falcon FJ Ute and GTR Torana.

http://www.classicvac.com/index.html

Thanks!!!! Mate Man I got to find some DVD's of that stuff I loved it Full seasons would be cool.

Well there is a good reason to make 2WD full suspension Touring cars!!!!
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would have to put a spool in the rear just like the real cars have. and shift some weight to the front to help replicate the handling more closely.
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Well that is something to think about Man ! I do like the way it sounds.
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That would be cool, I think rear wheel drive can be cool and handle good. People are spoiled by 4wd touring cars. I was racing both a Tamiya Mini Cooper FWD and Alfa RWD yesterday and they performed very similarily lap time wise just had to be driven a little different. I beleive the ROAR rules still allow 2wd in touring.

Marty, talked to a couple of guys this weekend about the touring car and they like what they have seen on your site and they are really excited about the F1 cars. I think one guy is definitely going to order one of the F1 cars.

Also is that Sprint on your site something you make or another company. We are getting a new dirt oval and I would love to get some electric going on it before the nitro guys take over.
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BTW, how the touring cars going?
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Originally Posted by tarheelquality
That would be cool, I think rear wheel drive can be cool and handle good. People are spoiled by 4wd touring cars. I was racing both a Tamiya Mini Cooper FWD and Alfa RWD yesterday and they performed very similarily lap time wise just had to be driven a little different. I beleive the ROAR rules still allow 2wd in touring.

Marty, talked to a couple of guys this weekend about the touring car and they like what they have seen on your site and they are really excited about the F1 cars. I think one guy is definitely going to order one of the F1 cars.

Also is that Sprint on your site something you make or another company. We are getting a new dirt oval and I would love to get some electric going on it before the nitro guys take over.

Well Cool and if you Check this out read it and you will see what I am up to ok.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthre...1&page=2&pp=30

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Originally Posted by tarheelquality
That would be cool, I think rear wheel drive can be cool and handle good. People are spoiled by 4wd touring cars. I was racing both a Tamiya Mini Cooper FWD and Alfa RWD yesterday and they performed very similarily lap time wise just had to be driven a little different. I beleive the ROAR rules still allow 2wd in touring.

Marty, talked to a couple of guys this weekend about the touring car and they like what they have seen on your site and they are really excited about the F1 cars. I think one guy is definitely going to order one of the F1 cars.

Also is that Sprint on your site something you make or another company. We are getting a new dirt oval and I would love to get some electric going on it before the nitro guys take over.

Well Cool and if you Check this out read it and you will see what I am up to ok.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthre...1&page=2&pp=30



There is 2 links to 2 cars Dirt Mod Coopers Rc motorsports and the Sprint Cars r.d. enterprises, ltd both Great people to work with and check out there websits ok. Tell them both I sent you ok.
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