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Old 06-12-2012, 08:35 PM   #1
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Default Does anyone knw what kind of chassis this is?

This is a vintage chassis from the early 90's, I think. It has a Team Losi transmission. Does anyone know what kind of chassis it is?

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Old 06-12-2012, 09:33 PM   #2
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My instinct was to say it's a Composite Craft chassis... it's been eons since I've seen one though, someone else will probably chime in and confirm or correct that.
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The back half is jrx2. I think the front was bolink. Back when there was a gearbox class guys built all kinds of wild stuff to try and get an edge.
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Its kind of weird to see something from that era. Cross between an RC10 and a pan car.
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Front end is Agitator
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Old 06-12-2012, 10:27 PM   #6
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Front end is Agitator
Exactly. It's an Advanced Racing Technologies conversion. These were very popular in the "gearbox" oval crowd in the late eighties/early nineties. They made them to convert Losi, AE, and Kyosho 2wd buggies.
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Thanks very much for all your help guys.
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I had this chassis back in the 80s. I traded it to a buddy for an Optima Mid with a long wheel base conversion.
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Exactly. It's an Advanced Racing Technologies conversion. These were very popular in the "gearbox" oval crowd in the late eighties/early nineties. They made them to convert Losi, AE, and Kyosho 2wd buggies.
Yep the front is a Lucas Agatiator.
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Yep the front is a Lucas Agatiator.
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Yeah!! I met him at the US Indoor Champs in the VERY early 90's. Funny and pretty fast too. I had an Agitator 12, quite a car. That front end was BULLETPROOF.
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It is an agitator gear box chassis. Sold a few of them late 80's early 90's. We used to use them when we ran gearbox classes on asphalt. You got a pan car front end with a gear box rear suspension. As I remember they were pretty fast. Most I saw were RC10's. I ran a 235mm agitator pro back in the day. Wish I had kept the car. Was a lot of fun on the rug.
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