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Old 10-05-2010, 11:25 AM
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Awesome. Thanks! Now to get over to the LHS and see if he even ordered mine yet haha. I told him I was interested a few weeks back but wasnt sure. Think im gonna be grabbing one now.
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Originally Posted by TYLORD View Post
The inner diameter of the tire is the same. A buggy tire would fit just fine. Just find something with a low profile.
Almost all 1/8th buggy race tires are low profile. Just pick the one that has an appropriate tread for your application.
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Old 10-05-2010, 12:52 PM
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Originally Posted by YR4Dude View Post
Almost all 1/8th buggy race tires are low profile. Just pick the one that has an appropriate tread for your application.
Sorry, I typed that wrong, I meant to find a tire with a lower tread, not lower profile.
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Some AKA cityblocks or something like that would probably work for my area perfect considering its tight packed and pretty dusty dirt. I think I am gonna give this a shot.
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Originally Posted by Ride1226 View Post
Some AKA cityblocks or something like that would probably work for my area perfect considering its tight packed and pretty dusty dirt. I think I am gonna give this a shot.
Yah for a 200 dollar price tag you can't beat it!!!
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will the Kyosho bodies fit or are you limited to the pf8?
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Originally Posted by Potoczak View Post
Yah for a 200 dollar price tag you can't beat it!!!
Yea thats what Im thinkin. I am not too fond of the look of the Kyosho Subaru body though but itll have to do.
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Kyosho bodies will fit, but only the GT1 bodies. I think they make the BMW body that fits on this car.
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Originally Posted by Potoczak View Post
Kyosho bodies will fit, but only the GT1 bodies. I think they make the BMW body that fits on this car.
Actually I think all the Kyosho bodies will fit. The rear shock tower is low so there should be no clearance issues. This is unless there is a difference in wheelbase from the Kyosho bodies which I doubt.
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I have the kyosho Ferrari body on mine.

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I've ran 10s A123 in the GTP as well. Talk about an Onroad Monster.

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This is the Dragrace setup. It's either a Hacker or Plettenberg motor. About 2.5 seconds in 132ft.





http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5jXtBV1t0Is

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SXVX4OGcxlA
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Here is mine...Ready for Hobbytown Corona October 17th!!!





Looks like a FULLHOUSE for Hobbytown!
Charlie
Jai
Omar
Steve D
Steve N
Dave
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Eric

Bring it on peeps! GT8 in the HOUSE!!!!
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CB is there a spec for the motor and gearing for these things or is it anything goes?

What motor (kv) are people running on these?
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Originally Posted by YR4Dude View Post
CB is there a spec for the motor and gearing for these things or is it anything goes?

What motor (kv) are people running on these?
Steve and Dave are running a 2650kv. Im running a 2200kv. Not sure what Jai and the others are running. It's pretty much open for now. At Corona and Surf City, you can really open them up so there is no need to limit the motors. Definitely SUPER FUN!
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