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Old 01-09-2011, 11:01 AM
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Hi. I am starting to build the cars that run in the Super GT races in the 300
and 500 divisions. Attached my first, Toyota Corolla Axio APR GT. My next will
be the Raybrig Honda HSV010 as soon as it becomes available in the US. I think
they will make good GT spec racers. Enjoy
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PS. Chassis is TT01 ER
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Old 01-10-2011, 04:44 AM
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Nice work. Love the Tamiya bodies for realistic detail.

I too am waiting for the Honda HSV010 body for my TA-05v2.
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Hi, Thanks. I think the body set will available end of January for the HSV010
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Originally Posted by Norman2 View Post
Hi. I am starting to build the cars that run in the Super GT races in the 300
and 500 divisions. Attached my first, Toyota Corolla Axio APR GT. My next will
be the Raybrig Honda HSV010 as soon as it becomes available in the US. I think
they will make good GT spec racers. Enjoy
Norman2
PS. Chassis is TT01 ER
We have had a spec class for these for the past 3+ years. RCGT and GT10

Though not solely Japanese Super GT series only but the same premise and the JSGT car bodies are very popular/ great handling choices.
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bodies look good...
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Old 01-10-2011, 02:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Racecrafter View Post
We have had a spec class for these for the past 3+ years. RCGT and GT10

Though not solely Japanese Super GT series only but the same premise and the JSGT car bodies are very popular/ great handling choices.
Hi Jimmy, We just started our RCGT class about a year ago but usually all the
bodies are European GT cars and a lot of Corvettes. I, although a car enthusiast
never decided to check the Japan Super GT series. If it is not a bother could
you post in this thread the rules you use. Will appreciate it. Regards
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Chassis: Tamiya TRF416X
Bodyshell: Tamiya NSX RAYBRIG 2005
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