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Old 07-03-2008, 12:04 AM
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Is MLP still around? Marty somewhat sponsored me when he start building TC about a year ago but I haven' heard from him in a long time. I know he got some bada$$ F1 cars.
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Old 07-03-2008, 02:23 PM
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yeah he's still around......has a new design on F1's and is making pan cars as well
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Old 07-03-2008, 03:38 PM
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hey chad, what's new
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I realize that this question is a touch off topic but I hope someone following this thread will help anyway.

On the Corally F1 (new version) are these wheels different than other 1/10th scale pan car wheels?

I have been trying to find an adaptor for truing these on a hudy truer. Does anyone know what brand and model number adaptor will work?
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Old 07-03-2008, 05:05 PM
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hey chad, what's new
Hey, not much here just racing alot. Will be going to Easley this weekend to race. What are you up to and where are you racing at?
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Originally Posted by mrrcguy View Post
I realize that this question is a touch off topic but I hope someone following this thread will help anyway.

On the Corally F1 (new version) are these wheels different than other 1/10th scale pan car wheels?

I have been trying to find an adaptor for truing these on a hudy truer. Does anyone know what brand and model number adaptor will work?
The new (and old) Corally F1 uses standard 1/10th pancar wheels front and rear.
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Old 07-03-2008, 07:09 PM
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Originally Posted by Jochim_18 View Post
Is MLP still around? Marty somewhat sponsored me when he start building TC about a year ago but I haven' heard from him in a long time. I know he got some bada$$ F1 cars.
His health is getting better now. The new F1's (Vipers) are WAY better than the old ones. They come in a long (F201 body) and a short wheelbase for the F103 type cars. Very high traction is the word I got from him. I'll try to get some pics on here.
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Originally Posted by mxrich View Post
The new (and old) Corally F1 uses standard 1/10th pancar wheels front and rear.
Thanks. Any recomendations on what adaptor to use on a Hudy Truer? Aparently Hudy discontinued the one they made.
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Old 07-05-2008, 09:04 AM
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http://d-drivesportsenglish.com/inde...products_id=19
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Originally Posted by mxrich View Post
His health is getting better now. The new F1's (Vipers) are WAY better than the old ones. They come in a long (F201 body) and a short wheelbase for the F103 type cars. Very high traction is the word I got from him. I'll try to get some pics on here.
Here ya go. The wheel adapters from MLP.
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do the adaptors have any affect on track width?
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Old 07-05-2008, 10:44 AM
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Knowing Marty I would say no. That would have to be a priority to make sure the width was right. I'm guessing since the HPI wheels ar more narrow than a pancar wheel it gives it one of those "optimum dillusions" . I had to stare at it for a moment myself.
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and how about regular touring car wheels?
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Yea, what he said!
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Yes they fit as well. But they make the car look like a swamp buggy.

BMR, What the sam hill you doing here? I hope you are not going to sell all of your 10L's are you? Those things are way to fast to handled by mere mortals. Gotta keep one to throw the smack on Dex in the fall series. It amazes me how 25 year old cars are still winning against the new stuff.
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