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Old 03-23-2010, 02:54 AM   #1
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Questions?? is there a tamiya chassis faq????

i wanna start racing in the tamiya rally class, but in one thing i saw, it lists like 10 diff chassis can be used:

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1. The following Chassisís are allowed. (TLO1, TAO3, TB01, TB02, FF01, FF02, TT01, TTO1E, DF03RA,DF01RA).
i tried searching but this

http://www.tamiya.com/english/rc/beginner/chassis.htm

is the closest thing i could find.

is there like a FAQ or something you know of? thanks...
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There is an article relating to on-road chassis, but I don't know of any with regards to off-road chassis. If you're going to be running rally, the DF03RA is the latest greatest, and is specifically designed for rally racing.
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DF03-RA is a 4WD buggy that was converted to car suspension. It's got a longer & wider wheelbase than a normal touring car, so it's probably gonna be ideal for off road. The bodies are bigger to fit, so you cannot use standard TC bodies...
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