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Old 12-26-2004, 06:21 AM   #76
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Old 12-26-2004, 06:26 AM   #80
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Pffew, that's a load of work! And that were just the pictures of one race! I have about 140 more of those pictures, if anyone likes to see them.
That said, I'd like to invite anyone who has pro ten racing pictures to post here.
Questions and remarks are welcome, off course!
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Old 12-26-2004, 02:48 PM   #81
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We haven't run Pro 10 for some years, but today, just for fun, my son and I took ours off the shelf, dusted them up, and took them to the track.

Mine wouldn't run - the old speedo seems to have given up the ghost. Son Josh's Corally, on the other hand, was right up there on the pace. We still had an old 12 x 3 motor in it and the same tyres. Just put some aditive on the rear tyres and he was away.

These cars were real fun. What a shame they have gone out of fashion - probably because they are too difficult to drive.

I shall definately have to get mine going again. Might even paint up a new shell.
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Old 12-26-2004, 03:48 PM   #82
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Difficult? Nah - just require SKILL! well, and a lower exponential on the steering!

Holland - if you need a place to host them (like a web page) let me know.
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how bout some chassis pics?
Id like to see the difference between our 1/12th cars and 1/10th
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They are literally larger scale 1/12th pan cars with 6 cells.

And they are ballistic !!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 12-27-2004, 09:15 AM   #85
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What bodies are working best on the PRO 10 cars nowadays?
When I stopped racing Pro10 I was using Protoform Nissan P35, Andys Nissan and HPI Jaguar XJR14.
I still have my HPI RS10G at home. Maybe Im trying again next summer.
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I think the P35 is the only one still available at this moment!
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In Germany you can get the Andy's Nissan and Sauber, as well as the P35 through Corally. The Associated '92 Nissan is also easy to come by.
The 2004 German Master Rene Puepke drove a HPI roadstar. We had 2 full heats of pro ten at the German nats. Me and my good friend Ronald also entered, as Dutchman, having a German racing License.
We have a small but tight group of pro ten racers here in Velp, Holland. We race in the ICC cup (www.icc-racing.org) against a growing group of German racers. Most of them race 1/12th scale in the winter at the Viol indoor track. www.viol-model-racing.de

I have a picture of my current car to illustrate what the cars look like underneath the body.
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You can also get the very popular Peugot from Yokomo in Japan (this is our primary body at this time - less drag than the P35, way less drag than the Assoc Nissan) as well as the Toyota from Hot-bodies (see Tower Hobbies - it will say "out of stock" but order and you'll get one right away.)

we can't get the P35 over here. . .will have to try through Corally. . .but the Peugot right now is the superior body.
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So all of the above-mentioned bodies are available at this time?
Wow, seems I was misinformed.
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