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Old 08-27-2018, 09:17 AM
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Default PF VULCAN Pro10 body

The all new Protoform Vulcan Pro10 body. WIDER, LONGER, FASTER!
For outdoor asphalt racing. We'll have them at this weekend's Protoform Cup Race @ Steel City Raceway.

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Oh! I am getting one of those this weekend. I will be there on Friday to practice.
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Show us before you destroy it
We need a impression on how it looks.

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Show us before you destroy it
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Hi chaps, does anyone still do a 235 conversion for the old 10r5?
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Originally Posted by NumptyRacing View Post
Hi chaps, does anyone still do a 235 conversion for the old 10r5?
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i have one for sale for the 10r5.1, i would have to check on the bulk heads and see if they are the same. but TRR is the one who makes it.
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Tried searching the thread for minimum weight but all the answers were 5+ years old. What are people using for minimums?
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Originally Posted by LonnyJ1950 View Post
Tried searching the thread for minimum weight but all the answers were 5+ years old. What are people using for minimums?
It depends where in the world, it goes from 1025g to 1200g, and some don't even have a minimum weight:

http://pphaneuf.github.io/rccars/art...und-the-world/
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I'm underweight everywhere.
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For IIC and Protoform Cup the minimum is 1050g and we have been using that locally.
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Oh! I am getting one of those this weekend. I will be there on Friday to practice.
Did you get a chance to try the Vulcan? Any pics?

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Did you get a chance to try the Vulcan? Any pics?
I have it but I did not get a chance to cut it out and paint it.
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Here is a pic of Jamie Hughes Pro 10 w/ the new Protoform Vulcan body.
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Originally Posted by TOADYY View Post
For IIC and Protoform Cup the minimum is 1050g and we have been using that locally.
That does seem to be the most common, especially with the slower "stock" classes, as they're more likely to be able to run shorties (or even 200mm cars, in some cases), I expect.

For those running "open", it's in the 1115-1200g range, as they run pairs of 1S in series as saddle packs, or stick 2S (instead of shorty).
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