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Old 10-31-2010, 07:14 PM   #1
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Default Formula 1 RC Cars Dimensions Needed. 1/10

I was wondering if any one can give me Formula 1 RC 1/10 scale Dimensions.

I need Wheel base length.
Width of the car w/o tires and max width allowed with tires.
Total length with nose and wing.
Legnths and width of the A arms.

Thanks and happy Halloweeeeeeeeen !!!!!
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Old 10-31-2010, 07:35 PM   #2
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check ROAR rules
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Old 10-31-2010, 07:44 PM   #3
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The Rule Boock doesnt say anything about Formula 1 cars specifically just in general. Unless its listed somewhere else b/c i am browsing their website i cant find any data.

So i was hopping to get raw dimensions form ppl owning the car itself.
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call me tomorrow afternoon, i will be making some f1 chassis so i can measure one up for you.
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I can tell you that modern F1 cars (1998 - present) have an overall width (including tires/wheels) of 1.8 meters and sure enough, I measured my f104 pro and it is 180 mm. (1.8 meters @ 1/10 scale) Cars prior to 1998 were 2 meters wide (200 mm)

I'll try to get some more measurments when I'm home.

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It is going to vary chassis to chassis it seems.
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f103 style 200-205mm

f104 style 180

want to go fast? copy f103 dimensions
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