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200mm Pan Morphing Back into 235mm Pan Again?

Old 04-29-2010, 12:10 AM
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Originally Posted by Lee_123 View Post
McKune has a conversion for an RC10R5 that takes it out to 235mm, and BMI is coming out with a 235mm version of their great looking copper head 10.

CRC has had one for while.

And can't forget John Stranahan's car either.

I'd say things are looking up for Pro10.
Don't forget the Corally C10X NG T-bar and new link car that just came out...
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Old 04-29-2010, 11:19 AM
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I really like the Corally car,it does not take too much to run it in all 3 classes, 190,200,235.Very smart design...A bit pricey for a pan car though($300+)
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Just made the purchase on a Stranahan JS Pro10. Got a feeling it's gonna be a great car. I'll keep you posted.
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Old 06-17-2010, 02:35 PM
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235mm is the way to go - its strong in Europe because it never died out all the way. Also if you have ever raced true 235mm Pro10, there is nothing like it. Even in the days of brushed motors and Ni-Cd Cells-especially if you were able to race on awesome european (outdoor) tracks such as the ones in Germany, Italy and France. Just my opinion, but just like 1:8 2wd IC (1:8 on road 2wd pan car for those that may not know) there is nothing like it.
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