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Old 09-28-2004, 05:52 PM   #1
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i'm thinking about getting the 200mm convershion kit for my tc3 and i was wondering if it gonna really give my more stability? aslo is it legal to run in a race?
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Old 09-28-2004, 05:57 PM   #2
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The 200 mm conversion is to make the tc3 a "rally" car. It handles great at 190. 200 mm is not legal at races for electric. Also if you broke you would have to replace with the harder to find 200 mm parts. I think associated discontinued that kit so you might check it out before you try it.
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indoor carpet i dont think so out door ya might. As for stability i tried it and didn't like it the car was too sloppy...
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yeah i wouldnt get it you have to find 200 arms and dogbones i dont think its worth it. 190 for electric 200 for gas it should stay that way
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or just run 200 body on your 190 set up ..local club races might not care which body but the big races wont allow it ..
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can't u just get the wheel spacers and push your wheels out so they "fill out" the 200mm body?
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ive never hear of anything like that but you may be able to make something some how
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i just bought 4 hpi foam tires on black rims that comes with spacers to push out your tires to fill out the 200mm body on an electric car. they are just 6 sided peices of plastic really thin that go in the rim. then the nut goes in the rim behind the spacer.
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