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Old 02-12-2011, 07:43 AM   #1
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Default Team Titan Blitz lexan bodies VS Protoform lexan bodies

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Wish is the best bodies for 1/10 electric TC ?

which the main differences between these brands and models?


Team Titan Blitz :

Lexus ISF
Audi S5

Protoform:

LTC-R
P37-R

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Body is cheap. Why not get both and test it out yourself. Protoform sponsors every body that's why it is more popular.
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I have ran bodys from both companies and they work very well the thing I like about the blitz bodys is if you go to their website they give you an explanation on what the body is desinged for (more stearing high speed corner, better for tight corners,ect) and are corect on what they say they'll do.
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I find that generally speaking the protoform bodies are much better to drive (more predictable or stable) than any other manufacturer. Lap times depend far more on using the right body to suit your track.
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Protoform all the way
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Old 02-14-2011, 07:39 AM   #6
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Hello

thanks to the info.

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Old 02-14-2011, 09:44 AM   #7
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prefer the Blitz bodies. They handle great and dont tear or break as easy as the Blitz.
Have to agree certain bodies suit certain track times and some times what class you run in.
love the Blitz B5 in stock classes, very stabil and turns well , next is the Altis or Mazda3 on tight tracks.
New ISF is great on faster flowing tracks.
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Hello

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