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Old 06-29-2006, 07:24 PM   #1
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i am getting a 200MM Corvette C-6 body and was wondering how well will that fit on a Xray t2 and if anyone can tell me how to make a stencil or something with the Corvette lettering for the drivers side door.

Here is the link of the design i want to make on the drivers side door
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The T2 requires a 190mm body.. Body won't look too good because it is oversized.
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If your going to bash with it it will work fine... I noticed your other thread.. I wouldnt get a T2 for beating around the lot..The car as well as any other race car should henestly be driven on the track only.. you wont get anything out of driving it off track.. Id get a cheaper car to bash with and keep the T2 for the track..
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You can also use any of the HPI wheels with a 6mm offset to run a 200mm body on an electric chassis. They work perfectly, and there are some beautiful wheels to be found from HPI.

But like others have said, it'd be a true shame to beat the hell out of a high-end racing machine like a T2 playing with it in the street or a tennis court. Please do yourself a favor and go find a $60 used TC3 for bashing in the street, and save the T2 for the race track. You'll thank yourself later.
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