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Old 04-07-2011, 07:24 PM   #1
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Default Lucas Agitator RC10 Pan car conversion

Hopefully some of the old carpet racers can help with this.Im trying to get my old RC10 Pan car conversion back together.I have the chassis,front suspension assembly,and upper plate.Im looking for anyone that may have pics of car or original instructions for either the RC10 conversion or the pancar to figure out what im missing and need to make.Any help would be greatl apreciated.Ill post some pics of the chassis soon.
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I remember the agitator pan car but don't recall an RC10 conversion. Please post pics when you can, I would love to see that.
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I remember the agitator pan car but don't recall an RC10 conversion. Please post pics when you can, I would love to see that.
Sure will.I cant find any info on it on the interweb.Just one old post from 07 on rc10talk.com that doesnt have any pics.Its basiclly a agitator pancar front end with a midmounted Rc10 trans and rear suspension.I started out with the stock 6 gear trans(with 48pitch internal conversion) and then switched to stealth.Thatll give u a idea on how old it is.It was a wicked gearbox class car back in the day.
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Havent seen one in a loooooong time

http://www.rc10talk.com/download/fil...7094&mode=view
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Havent seen one in a loooooong time

http://www.rc10talk.com/download/fil...7094&mode=view
THanks,That is a big help!
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Here's a couple more
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Lucas Agitator RC10 Pan car conversion-agigitator.jpg   Lucas Agitator RC10 Pan car conversion-agigitator-2.jpg  
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Those are even better.Must be a newer one compared to mine.Mine didnt have that cool rear shock tower.Im missing the front caster blocks.I have the standoffs for the upper chassis plate though.
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Ah, now I remember it, just didn't know it was an agitator.

I loved the old tranny days. Everyone had their own take on what made a good car. One of the quickest gearbox cars I ever raced against was a Tamiya Frog rear (if you can believe that) bolted to a TRC Pro 10. That guy was ballistic but had major reliability issues.
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Actually I don't think that it was called an Agitator, if I remember correctly that name was only used for his 1/12th and 1/10th pan cars. I believe what you have was just called the Advanced Engineering RC10 conversion.

Many years have passed, and I admit I might be wrong but...........


I will look to see if I have any pictures that I can add to this thread over the next few days.

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