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Old 05-27-2013, 08:09 PM
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Ooops. They're actually from TRG.
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Old 05-28-2013, 03:23 PM
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I think this a good deal, now I'll have to figure our whats the best wheel offset to suit this body.

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Old 05-29-2013, 11:49 PM
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So my question is will the F-40 group C body fit a newer TT01 chassis? Trying to figure out if the wheelbase will work and if the body posts are in the right locations. If it not a drilled body that's fine since i may use magnetic mounts. Any help would be great.
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Just finished with my "Project GT" I ended up with this LC70 body which is available at the moment, Its a nice body though, its thicker than I thought. But its a lot harder to do than building the chassis itself, all in all I really enjoyed this bulid.






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Old 06-01-2013, 02:21 PM
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[B]Just finished with my "Project GT" I ended up with this LC70
Nice!

Here the 962 on a strage Japanese body somenei gave to me. Now I have to fidle with the 200mm front end (not shownin the photos)

Le Mans race tomorow arraound Los Angeles anybody?



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Old 06-01-2013, 06:26 PM
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nice, is that the RM01 body?
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Nah. Looks like the Serpent Porsche 962 to me. Huge rear kick up.
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Nah. Looks like the Serpent Porsche 962 to me. Huge rear kick up.
It's not, the difference as I mentioned is 190 mm Vs. 200 mm (serpent), also the cockpit of the serpent is way of scale.

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nice, is that the RM01 body?
It's some un-known (at least to me) Japan brand that actually came as a body-set (decals included).

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Both cars are very well done. I miss the days when scale appearance was part of the rules. Great job guys.
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Hey guys here is a little list of afordable/available body’s for the Le Mans 1/10 class I put tougether for our club race:

For Tamiya F103 200mm 2wd

ABC: http://www.abchobbyusa.com/responsegt-1.aspx

TRG: http://www.rcmart.com/combo-cb0529-t...?cPath=438_883

Colt 200 Toyota GT One : http://www.rcmart.com/colt-m1138-200...?cPath=438_876

Colt 200 Mercedes CLK GTR: http://www.rcmart.com/combo-cb0224-c...?cPath=438_876

Colt 200 Porsche 911 GT1: http://www.rcmart.com/combo-cb0227-c...?cPath=438_876

Colt 200 Porsche 962 New Man: http://www.rcmart.com/colt-m1141-200...?cPath=438_876

For Tamiya F104 chassis 185-190mm
ABC: http://www.abchobbyusa.com/responsegt430.aspx
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Originally Posted by LonnyJ1950 View Post
Both cars are very well done. I miss the days when scale appearance was part of the rules. Great job guys.
Thanks Sir, its always fun to drive a RC car with a driver on it.
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What body would pass for a jaguar xjr 9? I still have Silk Cut decals Id like to use on a body.
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I believe Mcallister is doing a Jaguar body.

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What body would pass for a jaguar xjr 9? I still have Silk Cut decals Id like to use on a body.
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Better hurry.

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