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Old 06-15-2014, 05:09 AM   #1
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Just ordered Sweep STC-4 lw body. Anybody have any comparisons to PF bodies? Looks similar to a PF LTC so I imagine it will be more of an asphalt somewhat aggresive body. Anyone have any actual experience running one?
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Check this out. http://www.rctech.net/forum/13289795-post674.html
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Thanks for the link.

Its a shame to hear about the Lexan "deforming" easier than PF Lexan.
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Thanks for the link.

Its a shame to hear about the Lexan "deforming" easier than PF Lexan.
I'm still using the stc4 body. The bends can be straightened out after each run, but it is kinda weird to tag a wall and see your splitter bent a bit for the rest of the run.
The body is definitely fast. If you want more front grip, the stc4 will definitely get it for you.
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