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Old 10-16-2006, 12:41 AM
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Hmm wif this power transfer unit, would it be more efficient/durable than the belt drive? I think the belt would work better?
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Old 10-16-2006, 01:09 AM
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I do not think so but it would let me mount the motor inline in the Chassis.
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Old 10-16-2006, 01:41 AM
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Well Marty keep us updated! Cant wait! I am visualizing a somewhat wider chassis than the F1 car wif full suspension and 200mm width so i can put gtp/touring bodies and normal touring wheels on it. Woot!
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Well it will be a 190/200mm Car! This I know The Chassis is cut and it is going to be setup For touring Cars Bodies! and it will end up being a Belt Drive car or a D-Drive like a Pan car.
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Will kit form come with instructions? Will it be tough? Difficult to build up?
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instructions Will be on the web and it will be a breeze to build ! But all of our Cars Come Pre-Built.
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I hope they hold up well. I am no pro and i am a great friend of the kerbs and boards *laughs* what abt parts? Sorry if i am asking questions that have already been asked..
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Well this is what we have for a Suspension Design

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This has nothing to do with MLP But it is cool and the way we are looking to go with our MLP GTP Car! Check it out read up on all of his hard work and Love for R/C cars and motor racing.

And I thought I was over the edge! Well I am but it is nice to see people out there Like John and Mathijs Hermens (Pro Ten Holland )

John Stranahan's Smoken Pan Car!

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Been following those threads as well Marty , alot of creativity and knowledge going on there . Mathjis is a great guy , he has helped me in the past with info on Pan cars.
Love how John has got you going on front suspension ideas for your GTP car , now i'm realy looking forward to it . I was going to buy a wide pan car , but now i think i'll wait till you have your GTP car finished

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This has nothing to do with MLP But it is cool and the way we are looking to go with our MLP GTP Car! Check it out read up on all of his hard work and Love for R/C cars and motor racing.

And I thought I was over the edge! Well I am but it is nice to see people out there Like John and Mathijs Hermens (Pro Ten Holland )

John Stranahan's Smoken Pan Car!

For the Full Story Go here!

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Originally Posted by ffactory666
Been following those threads as well Marty , alot of creativity and knowledge going on there . Mathjis is a great guy , he has helped me in the past with info on Pan cars.
Love how John has got you going on front suspension ideas for your GTP car , now i'm realy looking forward to it . I was going to buy a wide pan car , but now i think i'll wait till you have your GTP car finished

Well thanks and yes Mathjis is a great guy as well as John and I have been following there thread for sometime and I have always felt that one should make a pancar that could out run touring cars but have a little more adjustment on the front.

I am going to make the front suspention and try to fit most 1/10 scale pan cars if not all of them or make a new lower Chassis for a persons car with our front suspension.

And a complete Pan car. in 190mm/200mm and 235mm and then a 235mm with our F206F1 suspension.

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is that one of your's Marty??? one bad ass car!!!!
No Al that is Mathjis car.
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I am going to build a 190/200mm and 235mm Pan car and it is going to have the tripod rear shocks of a pan car with a dual floating front suspension with micro shocks or just spring loaded tubes for the front.

Then I am going to build a 235mm Car with a belt drive and a full floating suspension 4 shocks like our F206F1

I will be running the Normal Pan car front and rear tires for both cars and try to make wheel adapters for touring wheels and tires.

As for the front suspension if you know of the AE Dynamic Strut front suspension has adjustable aluminum front arm mounts, which provide 6-position mounting Well I would like to make our front in the same manner but with both upper and lower arms that move and adjust like the AE suspension with shock and springs or spring tubes.

This will also let you mount the AS Dynamic strut front suspension right to our car if one would not want to use our design.
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Here is a better pic of the final shock setup on my Pantoura. These TC3 shocks were not stock but added to the car as was the AE RC10 L3T top plate.
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