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Old 04-24-2008, 03:04 PM   #331
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Good to hear that there is a place already with a definite base for this kind of racing. I know that there are some tracks in the USA that are definitely on board as well and to those guys, let's see pictures and video from you guys racing too once people start getting their cars.
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Production cars will be in action in Canada this weekend.
Please tell me where in Canada?
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Old 04-24-2008, 04:15 PM   #333
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Cars will be in Hamilton at the 1/8 scale track. They will be doing a demo.
Lots of interest!
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Old 04-24-2008, 05:14 PM   #334
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Nah, looks like about 14 actually.

We are quite excited to ship the Gen-X 10 starting later this week. Production cars will be in action in Canada this weekend. We will have cars running in both 200 and 235 mm versions. With all the flexibility in this new ride, I am sure it will meet the needs of many onroad racers.
Is there a picture of the 235mm version?
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Old 04-24-2008, 05:29 PM   #335
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Cars will be in Hamilton at the 1/8 scale track. They will be doing a demo.
Lots of interest!
Get some video and post it up here if you can bro
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Is there a picture of the 235mm version?
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Thanks for the interest.

We will get a picture up here or on the website soon. The actual width is really adjustable. We have the basic car kit at 200 mm. With the optional 235 mm kit, the front end is adjustable from 215 - 232. The rear end is adjustable from 230 to around 240. The 235 kit is not 100% finished, so these exact numbers will change slightly, but this is the range you can expect. This adjustability, coupled with the easy change between Lipo and NimH amkes this car will fit most any class. And as we mentioned on the site, the only Pro-10 with a balanced rear pod. Our new Pro-10 specific diff hub makes this all possible.

Some CRC staff will be in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada this weekend running the car. Cars in both 200 mm and 235 mm will be running. If you're up that way, say hi to the guys.
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Hi,

Thanks for the interest.

We will get a picture up here or on the website soon. The actual width is really adjustable. We have the basic car kit at 200 mm. With the optional 235 mm kit, the front end is adjustable from 215 - 232. The rear end is adjustable from 230 to around 240. The 235 kit is not 100% finished, so these exact numbers will change slightly, but this is the range you can expect. This adjustability, coupled with the easy change between Lipo and NimH amkes this car will fit most any class. And as we mentioned on the site, the only Pro-10 with a balanced rear pod. Our new Pro-10 specific diff hub makes this all possible.

Some CRC staff will be in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada this weekend running the car. Cars in both 200 mm and 235 mm will be running. If you're up that way, say hi to the guys.
Whoever is in Canada, please get pics and video all of us here would greatly appreciate it.

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I hope that means our shipment to Victoria is on its way. There are about 10 cars coming to our club - can't wait! If the Gen X 10 is as sweet as the Gen X there is going to be some serious Pan Car hurt being laid down at IRROC ;P

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Whoever is in Canada, please get pics and video all of us here would greatly appreciate it.

Good info Team CRC
I'm in Canada too but I don't think I'll be able to travel 2,649 miles to get to the track to take any pictures. Maybe some of the other guys in Canada can cover that
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Looking like 20+ Pro10 cars of all varieties at IROCC once the order arrives (22 my last count)! Nice that old and new can come together and be competitive.

Are there any current Pro10 cars coming to market that are fixed width or do not have conversion capability or kits?
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I think the I-Force and DB10R are pretty well set at 200mm and I think are the only ones coming out that do not have a 235mm option. I think the SPeedmerchant is set at 200mm too
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the i-force is adjustable width, but all parts are included i believe. it will go out to 224mm rear and 212 front, but don't quote me..
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Tallyrc, you are correct. Those are the dimensions my iForce are sitting at right now, and I'm really looking forward to this so-called "hurt" that my fellow IROCCers are gonna lay down on the rest of us

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go get em' .. did it come with the wide kit right from the get-go too? and just for reference what did you pay for if you don't mind me askin.. i just like to keep an inventory in case folks ask.. thanks
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I hope that means our shipment to Victoria is on its way. There are about 10 cars coming to our club - can't wait! If the Gen X 10 is as sweet as the Gen X there is going to be some serious Pan Car hurt being laid down at IRROC ;P

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You all should be building your Gen-X 10's this time next week.

John and Tom Firsching from CRC will be running the Gen-X 10's in Canada. They are planning to concentrate on running the stick pack Lipo with brushless motors as we speculate that this will become the most popular configuration of this class in the future. With the 7.4 pack on an outdoor asphalt track, the cars should be a real ball to run. I do hope the 1/8 cars give room on the backstraight.
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