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Old 10-13-2003, 08:16 PM   #1
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Two prototypes.
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Comparison with Evo2.
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Prototypes, top view.
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Prototypes, bottom view.
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Proto 1 bottom.
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Proto 2 bottom.
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Proto with body.
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what parts are common with the evo2?

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what parts are common with the evo2?

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Most of the drivetrain except for front belt and universals. Most noticeable differences are the new chassis, arms, top deck, and linkages. There are some subtle changes as well.
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I have a few questions if anyone is willing to answer them that would be cool, thanks......

What are the differences between the two prototypes besides the slightly different designed graphite color?

Is the production car going to have the blue graphite? Btw- that blue graphite looks way cooler than the blue graphite on that new trinity reflex 12 .

Are there going to be two production cars, or are there just 2 prototypes for no real reason?

These little cars are cool, I wonder if they will start to form new big classes at very many tracks? That would be cool.
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I have a few questions if anyone is willing to answer them that would be cool, thanks......

What are the differences between the two prototypes besides the slightly different designed graphite color?

Is the production car going to have the blue graphite? Btw- that blue graphite looks way cooler than the blue graphite on that new trinity reflex 12 .

Are there going to be two production cars, or are there just 2 prototypes for no real reason?

These little cars are cool, I wonder if they will start to form new big classes at very many tracks? That would be cool.
There were two prototypes with two different carbon fiber weaves. Why there were two is unknown, other than one is flashy and the other isn't. There will be one production car, not two.
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Old 10-16-2003, 06:52 PM   #13
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what is the street date for this car?
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Old 10-17-2003, 06:33 PM   #14
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Christmas shopping time is the best I can say.
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Has anyone actually run their mini car against 1/10 cars?
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