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Old 12-04-2011, 02:17 PM   #1
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I picked up this car a while back in a buy out, but Ive recently decided to fix it up and get it going again. I need help identifying it so I can get parts.


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Associated front end and rear pod bulkheads, Trinity shocks, and the graphite chassis looks like it could be Hyperdrive, Trinity, or Racetech? I'm leaning towards maybe a Racetech???
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Thanks WC, I couldnt get the link to post correctly


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Associated front end and rear pod bulkheads, Trinity shocks, and the graphite chassis looks like it could be Hyperdrive, Trinity, or Racetech? I'm leaning towards maybe a Racetech???

So basically I have somones peiced together project. Where would be a good place to find parts for it? Or would I be better of buying something else thats complete or close to be complete?
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If you look closely at the t-bar, where it attaches to the pod, it uses pivot balls so the car relies in the forward shock and not the flex of the t-bar.

This design was used on the Wood Racing brand of after-market chassis.

I remember they came out in the mid 90's.

I still have their Lil Dog 12th scale oval conversion.

Hope this helps!!!
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If you look closely at the t-bar, where it attaches to the pod, it uses pivot balls so the car relies in the forward shock and not the flex of the t-bar.

This design was used on the Wood Racing brand of after-market chassis.

I remember they came out in the mid 90's.

I still have their Lil Dog 12th scale oval conversion.

Hope this helps!!!
Are they still in business and do they have a website? I did a search but couldnt find anything

Thank you

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