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Old 03-21-2008, 01:30 PM   #811
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No its 225mm but I am sure they will have a 200mm rear axle and front chassis sooner or later.
The car has a second set of holes drilled in the chassis to move the arms in for 200mm. You can use the F1 axle and narrow rear hubs to put it down to the 200mm in the rear.

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Old 03-21-2008, 01:36 PM   #812
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oh, that sucks, to make a car, thats too wide for the class. Is the CRC too wide as well?
no for the GT class of Pro 10 the CRC is 200mm but they will have a cov to make it wider for the Std Pro 10 class.
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Old 03-21-2008, 02:20 PM   #813
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is the corally 200mm?
you can get the Corally F1 version its 198mm in the front and 204mm in the rear
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Old 03-21-2008, 03:07 PM   #814
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the F1 version, wouldnt be classified as a pro10 right? even if it did have a normal body? Will 200mm cars be allowed under pro10, along with GT10?
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The F1 version will not do very well against the cars being released. The 10X converted to 200mm may have a shot.
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Old 03-21-2008, 05:21 PM   #816
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the F1 version, wouldnt be classified as a pro10 right? even if it did have a normal body? Will 200mm cars be allowed under pro10, along with GT10?
Nothing says you cant run a 200mm car with the 235mm cars bro...I mean they do have GTP and prototype bodies that fit the 200mm cars and all
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Old 03-22-2008, 01:59 AM   #817
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Hello guys! First, sorry for my english, I'm from spain...

3 days ago I have bought one RC10L. It's like new, and it comes with lot of parts. I have been thinking in the idea of taking the parts and make a new RC10L, but using carbon fiber. Then I will use to race the last one.

I have been all my life using gas cars, so, I'm a little confused when I try to search the ESC+motor+pinion+gear+battery that I need.

The circuit where I run have 300 meters, with a straight line of 90 meters. Do you think that a Mamba sidewinder 5700 + 2s lipo will be a good election ? Wich pinion and gear do you recommend to me?

In spain the 1/10th pan cars are dead. The shops don't want to sell this cars, beacause GP cars are crashing pieces continuously and the EP pan cars have a very little maintenance. They do not generate benefits. It is a shame, because for the racers it's a very economic scale.

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You will have lots of fun with that car.
The Mamba 5700 and 2S lipo combo is a good starting point.
Start with a 15T pinion and a 78T spur (all 48 pitch) and work from there.
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Old 03-22-2008, 09:52 AM   #818
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I wonder whether this would fit my 103GT no mod yet LOOK for some f1 tire and wheel mod

http://shopping.rcmodel.hk/product_i...oducts_id=9376

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Old 03-22-2008, 11:10 AM   #819
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Just dropping you a note to let you know that the Corally 10X is now available for shipping to Dealers and Distributors. Check with your Local Hobby Shop for them to place orders through us.

Wow! $350?? I dont see how this is going to help get 10th scale pan cars off the ground. And not being able to run stick lipo doesn't help either.
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yeah, i think $350 is a bit much for just a little more cf, and thats it, the BMI is only $300, and is a lot nicer to me.
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yeah, i think $350 is a bit much for just a little more cf, and thats it, the BMI is only $300, and is a lot nicer to me.
you can pick one up from T-bang for 320 cd so if you in the us it would be less.

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But people like to run lipos, and where I race, most people would like to run rubber tires.
Ever ran a rear drive high power rc car on rubber tires??
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I hate to say it, But I will probably get the CRC car.. Lipo is happy place..
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Ever ran a rear drive high power rc car on rubber tires??
Rubber tires are for T-maxxes
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yeah, i think $350 is a bit much for just a little more cf, and thats it, the BMI is only $300, and is a lot nicer to me.
For one, I think Corally was going forward with plans to make the car before the whole 200mm thing came about. The 10X is meant to run in Pro10 in the areas where it's still being run. Secondly, Corally cars are VERY high quality and I doubt this one will be any different. It'll end up being 20-30 more than the other cars on the market once it hits shops which is pretty damn good considering how much the US dollar sucks right now.

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