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Old 07-17-2003, 10:24 AM   #16
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Hi paulc,

Hope your well

Just to give you an idea about how strong the OVA T4/L2 is.

When I was racing last weekend i had 2 cars hit me very hard, i dont know what 1 of the cars was but when that car hit me his front suspension just fell of
also the other car which I believe was a TC3, his car hit mine on the main straight and his right hand suspension arm broke clean off, this incident caused my car to fly off the end off the main straight and through the fence which is placed around the track for spectator safety, well the car went though the spectators and ended up with there parked full size cars, when car was recovered by the marshal he placed it back on the track and car ran fine as it was before, no steering tweck nothing, I placed car on Hudy set up board after the race and cars setting were the same as how the car was set up at the begining of the meeting

The only parts on OVA T4/L2 that are injection molded are the suspension arms, Standard / Graphite, and the finish is exceptional no molding flash to deal with and no reaming needed for fitting pivot shafts, all the other components are machined from high grade Aluminum, Carbon fibre, Nylon, Kadex, ect.

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Old 07-18-2003, 12:34 AM   #17
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I just wanted to reply on the Kawada sv-10 chassie that does not have the battery slots for saddle-packs,as mentioned in previos post.
ALL current Alcyon and Alcyon 2 kits from the basic SP kit to the Ultimate kit has the ability to mount saddle pack's in it.The stick pack mount can be taken out to let saddle packs to be mounted in these kits.Unless the shop you go to has a very older model or some kind of aftermarket chassie .
Just wanted to let you know!


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Old 07-18-2003, 01:41 AM   #18
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sac: it is one of the older models. actually the LHS that has it only brought one kit in to test but never even got around to doing that. so the kit is just sitting there. no parts support or anything for the kit here locally.
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Old 07-19-2003, 04:11 AM   #19
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I think it's great that Ova gets a distributor in Europe. The car looks great. Saw that a new car OVA T4 Neo is comming soon.
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Hi Moonman,

Yes we are very happy also, thanks for that

The cars are very cool.

Yes moonman you are correct, there is a new car on the horizon, T4 Neo.

We are very much looking forward to receiving T4 Neo soon

Take care

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I just took some updated pictures of my chassis with the hopups on it. You an see the sway bars, aluminum screws, transponder mount, delrin rear diff, graphite arms, and the camber link option up front.



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Old 07-19-2003, 11:22 AM   #22
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Hi guys

Very nice T4 Macky, its almost the same as my personal car

they really are great touring cars.

I have just spoken with OVA factory and this new car (OVA T4 Neo) could well be a different spec car of OVA T4/L2, Just like the OVA T4/L2 that I distribute is to a spec that includes extras for Europe Market.

So maybe it is a Japan Market Spec T4/L2.

I cannot say anymore than that lets wait and see.

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