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Old 11-21-2008, 03:09 AM   #46
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Ok my dad and i did one of these last night.....Be very careful when removing from the sheet as they can stretch....take your time and preperation is the key
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Old 12-03-2008, 12:26 AM   #47
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My dad ran his for a 3 day event they protect real well, i will get some pics up some......But 2 things to improve it i would leave the front end a bit longer so it can wrap around the front, hook under the front bumper and then be held on by the bumper also the motor heat melts it
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Did you have problems with it peeling in the front? Are you talking about having it wrap around chassis and if extended how much more material would you suggest? Do you have pics of where it was melted by motor? I never foresaw melting as a problem and have not heard about that on any of the TC5 protectors I thank you for your honest feedback and will look into extending the front on the Mi3.

Has anyone running the TC5 protector had melting problems near the motor?
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Old 12-03-2008, 11:38 PM   #49
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It melted because it is such a small piece of CF were the motor is
No peeling.





It actually is pretty tuff. This is after my dad driving for 3 days straight so about 2 and a half hours at 5mm ride height and not a great driver




Over all I recommend this product
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Old 01-20-2009, 09:00 PM   #50
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Over all I recommend this product
Thanks Matt glad you like them!

Now for some updates. With the success of the TC5 & Mi3 protectors I will be introducing 6 new custom cut chassis protector applications for the new year in the next 2 weeks.

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Did anyone ask for a Losi Type R chassis yet?
I will have one for the Team Losi JRX-S Type R #LOSA4305 chassis

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The Hot Bodies Cyclone WCE should be considered
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+1 for cyclone...though i have a hara cyclone @[email protected]
I will have one for the Hot Bodies Cyclone #70728 chassis
-This will fit Cyclone, Cyclone Hara Edition, Surikarn Edition & World Champion Edition

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no love for TRF416 ?
I will have one for the Tamiya TRF416 #49495 chassis

Other chassis protector applications include:

Team Magic E4 #503105 chassis

X-Ray T2 '007 for both Rubber #301123 & Carpet #301123 version chassis

X-Ray T2 '008 for both Rubber #301125 & Carpet #301126 version chassis
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I took it off and after those pics it was driven some more.....Here is what it looks like (and it was used when I put it on)


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These chassis protectors will be ready for production and available soon!





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