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Old 04-23-2014, 12:12 AM
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Wanted to bump this thread to the top. I will be attending the AOC race in Melbourne and from what I have read/heard from people who are racing at this track the speed 6 is the body to use. I was looking to run the Nardo because is has the some of the same qualities as the speed 6, but possibly better overall. I wanted to know if anyone has run it on an indoor high bite asphalt track?

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I run the nardo at adrenalin every week!
My fav body by far! I've tried them all!
As for the Mazda 6, yes but drpends what your chasing in your car and what class your racing!
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Andrew,

I run the Awesomatix and will be running 17.5. For the body are you running it centered on the wheel well or forward/ backwards? What is a good starting FDR and what seems to be the motor of choice for 17.5?

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Sorry bro, I don't run 17.5, so wouldn't have the foggiest!

I run the nardo centered over the wheel.
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No problem Andrew, every little bit of infomation helps. I was going to show up to the race with a Speed 6, Speed 6 GX and the Nardo. During practice, I will figure out which one will work the best. Really looking forward to trying the Nardo after reading about it.

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Nardo and MC10 are now on the BRCA list
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I run the nardo centered over the wheel.
+1 -- i cannot imagine not running the nardo perfectly centered front/rear.
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Old 05-23-2014, 01:50 PM
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Got word today that the Nardo and MC10 bodies are now ROAR approved!

Apex RC Pro Shop has the Bittydesign Nardo ROAR approved bodies in stock and ready to ship. MC10 bodies are due in soon.
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Old 05-24-2014, 12:26 AM
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Thank you Bob for the segnalation, finally we received the ROAR approval for our Narḍ and MC10 bodyshells, both the models are already listed in the official page, http://www.roarracing.com/approved_bodies.php, driver you can now use them at all the races without any restrictions!

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Yes 2 of best body !
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Just getting back into 1/10 TC after about a decade of being out of it.... Everyone at the track has the PF mazdaspeed 6 body, so when I heard this come out I asked them what they thought about it and they had no clue what I was talking about. I guess its that new, but it seems promising!

I just grabbed a Nardo and an MC10 off www.apexrcproshop.com (The officially ROAR approved ones!)... I have a feeling this MC10 Camaro looking body is going to surprise people at the track! We run a low grip asphalt track on a parking lot so the MC10 should be perfect.

I'll be sure to check back in as soon as I crash it a couple of times
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Originally Posted by c_ngarza View Post
Just getting back into 1/10 TC after about a decade of being out of it.... Everyone at the track has the PF mazdaspeed 6 body, so when I heard this come out I asked them what they thought about it and they had no clue what I was talking about. I guess its that new, but it seems promising!

I just grabbed a Nardo and an MC10 off www.apexrcproshop.com (The officially ROAR approved ones!)... I have a feeling this MC10 Camaro looking body is going to surprise people at the track! We run a low grip asphalt track on a parking lot so the MC10 should be perfect.

I'll be sure to check back in as soon as I crash it a couple of times
I find the MC10 a better option than the Speed6 in most outdoor situations. For high bite asphalt - the MC10 seems to rotate better mid/exit.
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How does the nardo compare to the striker shell (the v1 version)? I've read that the striker v2 is more aggressive, but there's been no mention of how it compares to the striker v1 (which I absolutely love).
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Hello guys, thank you all for your interest to our products. Stay tuned in next days on our social, here on the forum, the new "3.0" version of our Striker-SR body will be released.

About the MC10, we like talk about this model as "the body that you do not expect will go so well" after use it. We obtain all the homologations and it is a best seller here in Italy. You just have to have the "courage" to try it because you will be speechless about his performances. It's more neutral respect the Narḍ.

Narḍ we really suggest to use it, we takes the win in the top class at International LRP Master this winter only after 4 months from his release, on the tarmac the body feel impressive, all the drivers who decided to try it, they love it then! The Narḍ have very fast steering when entering the corner but his point of force is the second part when you push the throttle out of the turn, the stability is amazing and you can't find the same with any other bodyshell. Try to believe.
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Which rear wing with the Nardo.
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