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Old 03-31-2009, 06:45 AM   #16
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When you guys mention Corally type arms, what Corally car are you talking about? The 10x? C10x? or the CCT? I am getting lost when you use the Corally car as an example. I know the CCT does not have this same setup as the RC Devil pan car.
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Old 03-31-2009, 08:44 AM   #17
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Well in Germany the car is well known as "tank" In stability or toughness there is no other Pancar like the Hatzenbach or the RC Devil PC10H2 as far I know.
The car is very easy to drive specially on pumpi tracks because of the design and of course the 5 shocks absorbers.

If you are interested you can look at my live page for more information about the Hatzenbach. As soon If got my RC Devil PC10H2 235mm I will make a complete coverage of the building progress to.


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Old 04-01-2009, 09:47 PM   #18
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That's easy for me- go back to my post #9. I was talking about my 2003 1/12th corally. If you looked a a board -game over.I made a front bumper that helped alittle until they made them out of metal.
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Old 04-02-2009, 01:20 AM   #19
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I think the Hatzenbach chassis looks great. Do you guys still make the 1/12th car as well or are you concentrating on the 10th scale?
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Calling all pan car dudes in the Los Angeles area. I am trying to get a core of guys that want to run pan cars at least once a month at Crystal Park Raceway. At the moment we meet for racing the 3rd Saturday of the month. I want to push for the pro 10 class but willing to go World GT if the majority rules. The track as you will see is a nice big track and would be ideal for Pro 10. Currently I am running Novak 3.5r, lipo. But again as stated I can easily swap to a 10.5 or 17.5 for World GT. Let me know if you are in the area and see if we can meet up any weekend for practice before racing.


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For me, this car remains significantly different from a tourer. It's still 2wd and (potentially) a 235mm wide pan car which apparently handles rough tracks better than your average gt chassis. Personally I'd be happy to have the extra adjustability 5 shocks offer. $600+? Well, if it works it works..
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I still can't figure out how that front suspension works...the pics just aren't clear in what parts move other then the upper arms.
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Originally Posted by InspGadgt View Post
I still can't figure out how that front suspension works...the pics just aren't clear in what parts move other then the upper arms.
It only took me about 2 whole hours to work that one out.. From what I can gather there is essentially one big rigid rocker plate plate which only moves in a forward-to-back direction (no independent suspension for left or right wheels). The braces etc fixed to the pivot plate make it look a little more complex than it is. Anyway, that's what I came up with. Assuming the front wheels do move up and down as one unit I'm not sure what that means for handling. Apparently it works well..
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