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Old 05-16-2002, 06:35 PM   #16
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Shorter wheelbase are good for technical race tracks, and the long ones are more stable in the straights!
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pictures here. As I suspected, plastic fantastic.
A-Ha! As I suspected (from above pics) , it is just an "S" chassis that is shorter, not a shorter "R".
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Wilfred: If you try going to Cubao on Sunday. You might see one running
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Geetoo: Saan sa cubao? fiesta carnival? Fixed ba ang race track don? Nabasa ko lang sa magz yun.
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Geetoo: Maybe that's why miura place 2nd, despite his skills, the shorter wheelbase help him on the technical track.
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A-Ha! As I suspected (from above pics) , it is just an "S" chassis that is shorter, not a shorter "R".
we were all joking about the R part......
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Wilfred: Fiesta is a multi-layout track thats indoor. Hope you can visit someday. Niura was really fast on the corners. Heres a pic of the track.
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