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Old 07-26-2006, 09:42 AM   #1
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Default Anyone still using a switchblade??

Could someone please tell me what shells will fit this car, as i am aware that many of the latest shells do not have enough pod clearance.

The only shells that i know will fit are the parma speed 8 and the corally mercades, and neither are legal for the BRCA national series.

The CRC courage shell looks as if it might have enough pod clearance as it is quite high at the rear.

Does anyone still use this car and what shells do you use?? Or, what shells have the most pod clearance?

I have tried converting the rear pod to a L4 design for more clearance, but the design of the car will not allow it to fit.

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