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Old 07-21-2010, 04:38 AM   #1
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Default Please help identify this 1/12th pan car

Hi all.
Please help me identify this chasisismake and model.
Would like to know if I can still get spares for it.
It was a hand me down.
I know he said it's an old chassis about 7yrs old and he said he thinks its a team associate.
Can anybody help as I would like to get some spares for it.
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please let me know if u need more pics and tell me what i should capture to help identify it.
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Its not a 1/12... its a 1/10th scale pan car. Not sure if it is 200mm or 235mm wide at the rear axle (just measure it). It most likely is an rc10L2
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Please help me identify this chassis make and model.
Would like to know if I can still get spares for it.
It was a hand me down.
Woow~ Lucky guy!!


On road pan cars design were quite mature, hardly change in 20 years, parts should be plenty. Just beware of its speed, they're FAST!!
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Old 07-21-2010, 11:55 AM   #4
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Its not a 1/12... its a 1/10th scale pan car. Not sure if it is 200mm or 235mm wide at the rear axle (just measure it). It most likely is an rc10L2

ok i have a dumb question What is the difference between a 1/10th and a 1/12. how can i tell the diff
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Looks like a RC10L rear pod on a RC10LSS chassis and the chassis has been dremeled a bit. The rear pod is 235mm but the front suspension is on the 200mm chassis.
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Its not a 1/12... its a 1/10th scale pan car. Not sure if it is 200mm or 235mm wide at the rear axle (just measure it). It most likely is an rc10L2
getting there but not 100% sure its a rc10L2 as the slots for the batteries dont equal up or match the one i have.
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It is a RC10LS:

http://aedownloads.com/downloads/man...0ls_manual.pdf

Though someone dremeled the sides of the chassis a bit and the hole in the front of the chassis.
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Thats old Associated car RC10L ( LW? )

with hand made modifications.

Most parts just as i most new cars ( hubs, axle, front suspension, )

T-bar is very easy to cut.

thats all you need.
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Old 07-21-2010, 04:01 PM   #9
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Thanks guys it is a RC10LS.
Thank you so much. I really do appreciate all the help.
Just hope parts are available otherwise its going to park on the display cabinet.
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