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Old 10-18-2008, 07:46 PM   #31
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*Update*

I have seven Mi3 chassis protector sets now available. Remember they are sold in pairs

Chassis up for future considerations are:

-Losi Type R
-X-Ray, which one to be determined
-TM E4
-Hot Bodies Cyclone WCE
-TRF416

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Old 10-18-2008, 10:59 PM   #32
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The Hot Bodies Cyclone WCE should be considered.


By the way, are you General Rommel on RCU?

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*Update*

I have seven Mi3 chassis protectors now available. Remember they are sold in pairs

Chassis up for future considerations are:

-Losi Type R
-X-Ray, which one to be determined
-TM E4
-Hot Bodies Cyclone WCE
So for the quote price the is two?

Sorry for the Qs
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Old 10-19-2008, 08:25 AM   #34
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So for the quote price the is two?

Sorry for the Qs
Yep, 2 for $20 + shipping
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By the way, are you General Rommel on RCU?

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Sry, forgot to answer this, no I'm not.

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+1 for cyclone...though i have a hara cyclone @[email protected]
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I think the Hara, Surikarn, Moore WCE, and Cyclone TC all have a similar enough chassis that a single protector would suffice. I think they are all the same general shape, just the cutouts and screw holes might be a little different.

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Old 10-21-2008, 02:05 AM   #38
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no love for TRF416 ?
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This might have been answered, but how would the protector affect ride hight when measuring?
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*Update* The film is 7mil itself, considered 8mil with backing.

MIL=Unit of length for 1/1000 of an inch (.001). Used in expressing thickness of films. 1 MIL = 25 microns.
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I think the Hara, Surikarn, Moore WCE, and Cyclone TC all have a similar enough chassis that a single protector would suffice. I think they are all the same general shape, just the cutouts and screw holes might be a little different.

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How different are the chassis? If there is any difference I would make different designs for each one, I don't want any compromises. Only issue is sourcing chassis to get measurements. I'm trying to gauge interest before introducing a new chassis protector. Thank you guys for the continued input
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I got mine in last week and it looks great. I plan on slapping it on tonight after I remove the residue from the old chassis protector. It saves A LOT of time and more ground clearance than my other protector.
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I didn't have time for the protector to cure up. I'll be fitting it this week.
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I got mine in last week and it looks great. I plan on slapping it on tonight after I remove the residue from the old chassis protector. It saves A LOT of time and more ground clearance than my other protector.
Have either of you put yours on yet? Hoping for some more feedback
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Hey Rommel,

My 4 chassis protector arrived yesterday....they scream *quality* cant wait to put them on and next time i drive (27th, 28th and 29th) i will post somemore feedback
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Hey Rommel,

My 4 chassis protector arrived yesterday....they scream *quality* cant wait to put them on and next time i drive (27th, 28th and 29th) i will post somemore feedback
Glad you like them and please post any questions and some after pics of film on chassis!

Hoping for some more feedback on whether to do either X-Ray or HB chassis films next.

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I think the Hara, Surikarn, Moore WCE, and Cyclone TC all have a similar enough chassis that a single protector would suffice. I think they are all the same general shape, just the cutouts and screw holes might be a little different.

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This is what I found about the different chassis for the HB cars.

This is #67702 for the Cyclone TC.


This is #HB70728 for the Cylcone and Hara, WCE & Surikarn Edition Cyclones.
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