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Old 07-21-2004, 03:00 PM   #1
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Hi guys,

does anybody know who, except for xray's stratus, sells bodies for these little devils?

Also what's a good forum to go to for info.

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Tamiya (mini) & HPI (mini) I believe will fit.

Yokomo also makes a Stratus
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Thanks Black Kat for the tips.
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im not sure about this but im pretty

the tamiya and hpi minis use mini sized wheel which are alot smaller than standard 1/10th wheels and it seems that xray and yokomo minis use standard sized wheel so the tamiya and hpi bodies wont fit.

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im not sure about this but im pretty

the tamiya and hpi minis use mini sized wheel which are alot smaller than standard 1/10th wheels and it seems that xray and yokomo minis use standard sized wheel so the tamiya and hpi bodies wont fit.

just some info.
I've seen an HPI Civic mounted on an XRay in a RC Car Action "First look" with full size tires. You probably just have to cut the wheel wells more
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Old 07-22-2004, 03:04 AM   #6
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HPI/Tamiya mini shells with flared arches definitely won't fit (e.g Mini Cooper).

I've run both the HPI Civic and HPI Golf with full size wheels... but they are 225mm wheelbase shells, so won't fit the Xray mini anyway.
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we run these in our regular weekly series, the HPI mazda miata works great , the honda civic and the mini cooper don't because the wheel base is to short to looks right, i have the mazda and it handles good
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