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Old 09-17-2011, 12:58 AM   #16
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Thanks for the heads-up on the FF class. I had no idea that this class was there .....or popular for that matter. It's sometimes hard to keep up with all the various trends in on-road racing around the world.
On the Tamiya web site it shows 3 different wheelbase configurations (see below) Which is considered "standard" or popular with all the other manufacturers?

FF-03 Pro Specs & Features
1/10 R/C assembly model kit.
Chassis length: 384mm, Overall width: 185mm, Tread: 157mm, Wheelbase: 257, 245, 233mm.
FWD chassis features front-mounted motor and is designed for optimum weight distribution and a low center of gravity.
Body, tires, ESC, motor, R/C unit, battery and charger not included.


Any info provided to me is much appreciated.

Thanks - Dale - Protoform
257 is the standard wheelbase for most bodies used.
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Old 10-01-2011, 03:28 PM   #17
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Any body have a picture of one of these bodies? Besides the one on the website. Dale, any plans on making a tc style body for the traxxas rally? Like a mini protoform p37 I feel like the traxxas 1/16th with a stiffer suspension would make a good novice tc class that would be affordable. Since a tc car can run about a grand. People could buy a proto form tc body and spec tires for their rally and be racing for under $400.00 just my 2 cents.
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Dale, please consider making any of these for the FF class.
Considering how fast the class is growing (Tamiya, TOP, 3Racing, Serpent...with more joining soon) we need more realistic 185-190mm wide FWD bodies.

- Volvo C30 WTCC
- Chevrolet Cruze WTCC
- Seat Leon WTCC
- Ford Focus BTCC (new model)
Even if Tamiya is now making one, Scirocco!!

*Cruze would be way more popular though, I'd imagine.
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