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different mazda speed 6 boddies?

Old 05-29-2007, 01:07 PM
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Default different mazda speed 6 boddies?

i have been out of the rc game for a lil while but i just found these two and i was a bit confused.


is this a new protoform speed 6? it has the wing supports like the 3.0 stratus

and then the moorespeed 6


can anyone give me some info on these boddies.. are they really any different?
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Old 05-29-2007, 01:24 PM
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The upper body you posted is Protoform's Mazdaspeed6
The lower is from Hot Bodies.
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Old 05-29-2007, 03:16 PM
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The Mazda Speed 6 is another option by Protoform to add to the already successful Mazda 6. Slightly different in characteristics from each other. The Moorespeed is a made by Hot Bodies and is basically a knock off of the Mazda 6 (not speed 6).
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how is the speed6 different then the mazda 6.. just an update of the mazda 6? still a more of rear down force body?
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Old 05-29-2007, 10:53 PM
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The most obvious difference when you look close at the two of them is the Speed 6 has a more intricate nose than the regular 6 and a lot more surface area. There's a lot of other subtle differences too. It's got a lot more steering but it's not from a lack of rear grip like some bodies. Lots of steering and still stable in the rear. I've really liked it a lot.
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Old 05-29-2007, 10:55 PM
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thanks jon... i guess ill have to give it a shot at paved nats

are you going to be making the trip up here?
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I don't think so. Too much going on this summer. Wish I could though. The track sounds a lot like the one we've got down here now. Small and tight.
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i just got a new mazda speed6 bodyshell for myself, and i was just wondering on the wing i am surpose to cut out the holes on the wing or doesn't it matter.
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i think dale from protoform says that it aids in straight line speed and doesnt decrease rear end grip so it is a good thing to do, but i dont know what peoples experiences are with doing it
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I didn't cut them out and I don't think I saw anyone who did last week.
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