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Old 07-23-2005, 10:48 PM   #736
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Thanks everyone for all the links.
Taz, I just got back into racing again a few months ago here in Clearwater Florida. I've been running mostly 1/12th scale and a group of guys were talking about getting 1/10th pan cars for 4 cell 19 turn. It's great to see that there is still support for these cars. I still remember racing my TRC Lynx 2 Elite.
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Old 08-17-2005, 04:34 PM   #737
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Hey guys,

I'm new this forum, and recenlty built up a rc10l3t for some fun, with a saleen s7 body.
First run was last weekend at an oval track with 4 cells. (Hey I'm learning to come to grips with the speed..hehe). She was pretty fast but I'm thinking that at those kinds of speeds and with 6 cells that the standard from suspension is a bit to basic for a less than perfectly flat surface.

Anyone ever seen or know of a nice spring and damper conversion for the front end?
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Old 08-17-2005, 05:24 PM   #738
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Hey guys,

I'm new this forum, and recenlty built up a rc10l3t for some fun, with a saleen s7 body.
First run was last weekend at an oval track with 4 cells. (Hey I'm learning to come to grips with the speed..hehe). She was pretty fast but I'm thinking that at those kinds of speeds and with 6 cells that the standard from suspension is a bit to basic for a less than perfectly flat surface.

Anyone ever seen or know of a nice spring and damper conversion for the front end?
You don't want to do that... The whole aura on pan cars is the simplicity.... Just go with a lighter spring.... There is nothing fatser that a properly setup pan car....
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Old 09-02-2005, 06:38 AM   #739
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to the top. hey yall the USPCC is comin along great
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Old 09-03-2005, 10:36 PM   #740
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Hi all,

I am considering getting back into RC Cars and saw your thread on pan cars.
I still have my old Trinity EV-10 and it's fairly complete.

Will any of the Associated parts fit this car?

I don't want to purchase a new pan car as I also have two electric sedans and on nitro sedan that have collected substantial dust.

Thanks for any input.
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Old 09-10-2005, 09:32 PM   #741
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Mercedes - Benz C11 http://www.goldstarstockists.com/logos/tamiya126.jpg and this one is of the Jaguar XJR -12 Daytona http://www.goldstarstockists.com/logos/tamiya124.jpg Oh yeah...comeback time!
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So, where does a guy find bodies like these??!!
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Old 09-11-2005, 06:57 AM   #743
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So, where does a guy find bodies like these??!!
Like the Tamiya ones? Probably have to order direct from them. I said on the main 10th scale pan forum that Tamiya is a benchmark in authenticity and detail when it comes to their bodies. Course that is why that Subaru Legacy one they made last year disappointed me so much
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Old 09-12-2005, 01:13 PM   #744
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much more information on http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=145
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Hey doesn't mean we can't talk about them in this thread
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why duplicate discussion? We have thousands of posts in another thread - why keep reviving this one when all it does is to ask questions that nobody from the "real" thread is going to answer. . .

point to the primary thread.
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why duplicate discussion? We have thousands of posts in another thread - why keep reviving this one when all it does is to ask questions that nobody from the "real" thread is going to answer. . .

point to the primary thread.

Alrighty then...hey folks, how about we move this discussion to the thread in the Oval, Larger Scales and More section as boomer suggests?
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