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Old 08-14-2008, 07:12 PM   #1
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Corally USA has the kits and parts for the 200mm car. I'll be rockin the car at Vegas in the World GT class.


The chassis has holes drilled for the narrow and wide car for you old school diehard pro 10 guys.

The hubs in the rear are the standard ones for the F1 car.

I believe the plan is for Corally USA to sell the car with the 200mm hubs standard, I'll let Rob chime in on that.

The car is money to drive, everything you would expect from Corally.
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Is there a place to mount a roll over antenna?
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There is, I mounted the shock mount in the antenna hole. You can mount the antenna just forward of that.
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Looks good
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Any idea when the 200mm kit will be available?

Also, did you have to make any mods to it to fit tires, pinion, etc?
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I like the traditional setup of this ca very easy layout and I like the saddle pack layout Good Job Corally
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No Mods needed. The car can quickly go from 235 to 200mm in a matter of seconds. All you need is the rear narrow hubs and axle.

You can use standard pinions without a problem.
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If the Phoenix 10 isn't available soon I'm picking up one of these SP10X200m's. Sweet car!
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Is there a place to mount a roll over antenna?
I could be wrong, but I don't think roll-overs are legal on anything but 1/12th scale. I think it has to do with the "skewer" factor.
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I could be wrong, but I don't think roll-overs are legal on anything but 1/12th scale. I think it has to do with the "skewer" factor.
Pro 10 rules you can run roll over antenna. Some forget this that "world GT" Or "GT10" is not a class. The Class is 1/10 Scale Electric On-road or for a UK friends that give us a better name for the class call Pro 10. Plus when you say “GT10” you get oh a Gas Truck “GT”.

For the guys that run a 200mm car with a GT body. The real name of it is 1/10 Scale Electric On-road 200mm GT, or Pro 10 200mm GT. I like using Pro 10 GT.

Now back to the rules, there are rules in the book for roll over antenna for Pro 10 GT. They are allowed. Some races forget this and think they have to go with the TC rules that do not allow roll over’s. But this is a Pro 10 class with a GT body.

It come down to what you track allow but if they go by the rules then roll over antenna are allowed. If they allowed it for 1/12th then it as to allowed for 1/10th.

It been the same rules for over 20 years
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It been the same rules for over 20 years
Easy for you to say...
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I could be wrong, but I don't think roll-overs are legal on anything but 1/12th scale. I think it has to do with the "skewer" factor.
It looks like the roll over antenna's aren't allowed at this year IIC, unless this is being changed...

6) Roll Over antennas are not allowed
http://intchamps.com/WGT_2008_Rules.pdf
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It looks like the roll over antenna's aren't allowed at this year IIC, unless this is being changed...

6) Roll Over antennas are not allowed
http://intchamps.com/WGT_2008_Rules.pdf
that the point i made that they have no clue about the rules that have been in place for over 20 year.
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So when can I buy one?
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Sweet, reminds me of pan cars from the early 90s....
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