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Old 07-22-2008, 02:01 AM   #31
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thank you very much

i have just mailed t-bang.ca yesterday.
i hope he answer me soon.

in europe some one know some one?
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Old 09-26-2008, 10:16 PM   #32
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Has anyone had a chance taking this body out for a test ride or race? Picture would be nice as well.
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Old 09-27-2008, 08:35 AM   #33
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last race we had too out and we both love them. We hope to do a back to back run with the 905b and 905bhd next weekend.
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Old 12-18-2008, 01:16 AM   #34
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Finally had the cash to upgrade from 200mm to 235mm and picked up the p905hd. Will be doing some runs this weekend and really excited
to try this new body. All other bodies gt and 200mm lola did not work for me with 3.5r motor and big track so expecting some great
improvement in handling.

Great looking body by the way!!!
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Old 12-19-2008, 07:05 PM   #35
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Ok got the body all painted up but as I am looking at the picture on protoform's online I noticed the high side damms? I did not see any
cut out and wondering where I was suppose to cut out the side dams from? I already threw away some of the excess lexan and hoping
I did not throw away the side dams? I do have extra lexan at home and can trace if necessary but will need template.


Any help would be greatly appreciate it.
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Old 12-19-2008, 07:13 PM   #36
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Old 01-09-2009, 07:01 PM   #37
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So does anyone have the side dams teplate they can trace and maybe post? I really could use these side damms and only need a trace to make copies from the extra lexan I have. I guess I threw them away and did not notice so if anyone can help, would greatly appreaciate it.


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Ok got the body all painted up but as I am looking at the picture on protoform's online I noticed the high side damms? I did not see any
cut out and wondering where I was suppose to cut out the side dams from? I already threw away some of the excess lexan and hoping
I did not throw away the side dams? I do have extra lexan at home and can trace if necessary but will need template.


Any help would be greatly appreciate it.
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Old 01-17-2009, 03:00 AM   #38
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Just want to say that this body rocks!!! Had tons of fun a week ago running this body and though I never got the side dams up it ran well. Waiting on a second body and hopefully I can figure out where I missed the side dams.
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Old 01-17-2009, 12:45 PM   #39
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Just want to say that this body rocks!!! Had tons of fun a week ago running this body and though I never got the side dams up it ran well. Waiting on a second body and hopefully I can figure out where I missed the side dams.
At the rear of the body there is a a bit of extra lexan. I would think this is what is to be used. Myself I made a template out of paper then taped it to some lexan before cutting them out.

I bought the lexan at the LHS then I Shoe gooed them on.

hope this helps

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At the rear of the body there is a a bit of extra lexan. I would think this is what is to be used. Myself I made a template out of paper then taped it to some lexan before cutting them out.

I bought the lexan at the LHS then I Shoe gooed them on.

hope this helps

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Just got mine; Maybe the side dams are cut from the rear section but the pressed logo etc means it needs to be cut from the bottom(?)

I like the look of this body; looks a lot thicker than the 905B MD that I have.
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Just digging up an old thread. I am using my last Peugeot MD body and it handled amazing in the Benelux+ race last july. Any chance that protoform will make a one off production run of the Peugeot 905B Medium Downforce body? It seems overhere drivers in higher turns (10.5t) pro10 classes are inclined to go more towards medium downforce bodies instead of the High Downforce.

The Nissan P35 is the only medium downforce body availlable at this moment and IMO the peugeot 905b looks better then the Nissan P35.
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Old 05-21-2013, 11:17 PM   #42
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I tested "P905B High Down force light weight 235mm" with CRC GenX10 and i don't like it in a high speed curve. May be backward the body?

I have new body P905B but i use my old BLITZ P908 235mm because i feel better...


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