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Old 03-17-2011, 08:13 PM   #1
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I have been going through the forum and spent some time at my local hobby shop today.

The keyosho GT2 bodies are too long for this chassis

It looks likt the regular keyosho GT bodies will fit, but I cannot find what I am looking for. DOes anyone know what other bodies fit this chassis?

I am specifically looking to get a corvette C6 body.

Thanks ahead of time.
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Old 03-17-2011, 08:22 PM   #2
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Deltaplastik has a huge selection of bodies for the 325mm wheelbase GT chassis. Not sure if they have the exact one you are looking for but you should be able to find one you like.

Bill at IGT Hobbies is now bringing them in from Italy. They all show out of stock, but that's because he orders them in as they sell. Expect about an extra 2-3 weeks to shipping time.

http://www.igthobbies.com/category_s/75.htm
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All,

I have been going through the forum and spent some time at my local hobby shop today.

The keyosho GT2 bodies are too long for this chassis

It looks likt the regular keyosho GT bodies will fit, but I cannot find what I am looking for. DOes anyone know what other bodies fit this chassis?

I am specifically looking to get a corvette C6 body.

Thanks ahead of time.
You can adjust the wheel base ,I believe I was able to go from either the 325mm wheel base to the 360mm, I have the older gtp , with the rear pbs setup, that alone gives you 10mm of wheel base adjustment just on the rear, then adjusting the front castor give you some more,I gotta look at my car when I get to work and see how I did it.
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