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Old 04-23-2005, 03:39 AM   #1
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Hi guys, I would like to enquire more on the 7-7 GT3 Pro and the 7-7 Pro kits, what are the main difference and can the 7-7 Pro be converted to the GT3 Pro?

How does the cars perform?

Thanks for your advise.
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7-7 to GT3 requires new main chassis, and top decks as well as the suspension hinge-pin beams.

Main difference is the relocation if the cells to move the CofG forwards, roll lower centre locations and adjustment, plus some other changes.
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