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Old 01-08-2007, 10:03 PM
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Thought I would open this up since no-one has yet. Here is some info on the kit:


Direct Drive System Allows Realistic Control!
Relive the experience of pure driving pleasure, with this high-performance 2WD chassis. Direct Drive transmission system coupled with advanced tires allows the ultimate in precision control. Based on our ever-popular F103 chassis, this chassis features newly designed front upright and wheel mounts, allowing it to utilize touring car wheels and body. Chassis can also make use of a wide variety of option parts to further improve and tweak performance.

About the Model
Front suspension: ITEM 53258 Formula Link-Type Front Suspension (newly designed front upright)
Rear suspension: T-Bar System (newly designed Rear wheel axles)
Tire: ITEM 53220 Super Slick Tires (4pcs)
Chassis may use any 1/10 Touring Car body (excluding short wheelbase type).
Chassis weight of 700g is much lighter than 4WD touring cars, allowing greatly increased running time.

I am considering purchasing one of these kits for tcs up here in Canada. I just sold all my rc stuff and want to get back in, the class seems really affordable to be competitive as it requires spec batteries, silver can motor, and only one body is available. Also, upgrades are pretty limit since its a new chassis.

Anyone have any input on the new chassis? Anyone race it in TCS so far?

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Old 01-08-2007, 11:22 PM
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There's already a thread on these cars:


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