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Old 06-16-2014, 06:11 PM
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Blitz Touring Car bodies now available through Viper R/C Solutions. Check out our shop site in my signature below.

We wanted to start a thread for anyone with any questions about the bodies. There are four styles available right now.

Blitz XFR (60211)
Blitz WRX (60215)
Blitz TSX (60216)
Blitz GSF (60217)

Available in both .08mm and .07mm thickness.

These bodies are being used in touring car events around the world with top finishes at Reedy Race of Champions and ETS events, as well as many other top level events around the world.
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One common question is: "Are the ROAR legal?"

The XFR and TSX are already ROAR legal. We are currently in the process of submitting the other two, should be ready shortly.
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where's the volt body?
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Just the first 4 we got in -- more to come -- I will put that down as a vote for what's next.....
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Do you have descriptions of the style or characteristics of each body? Or what surfaces and situations each is suited to?

ie: which body would be most suited for high speed, med-low grip ashphalt?

Or can you compare to well known shapes like the MS6 or LTC for example?
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XFR (#60211)
- 190mm electric with rubber tires
- Balance of steering and stability
- For stock or mod racing
WRX (#60215)
- Indoor Carpet and Open style out door
- Less steering compared to XFR
TSX (#60216)
- More steering on high traction tracks
- Quicker response
- Higher corner speed
GSF (#60217)
- Designed for quickest lap time
- All surfaces
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Ordered! Henrk was using the GSF right?
Oh snap, Nick can you look up my order and make sure I get the .07mm ones. I didn't see where to specify.
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PM me your order number, the secretaries have left for the day, so I can have them check in the morning.
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Originally Posted by cplus View Post
Or can you compare to well known shapes like the MS6 or LTC for example?
I have also asked Blitz to try and give me the best comparisons for the Mazda 6 and LTC as well. As soon as I get their answer I will pass it on.
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From Blitz,

For LTC - its between TSX(60216) and GSF (60217)
For Mazda6 - WRX (60215) - this also is most recommended for running CRC carpet

Also some separate research for those interested. Blitz bodies TQ the Reedy Race of Champions 13.5 class with the TSX (60216). And the last round of ETS Pro Stock in Luxemburg with GSF (60217).
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ETS really tells a lot! We have been following ETS and have been requesting these bodies for a while.

We will have them in our store soon!
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i have been using the blitz gsf body for about 6 mths now (club days ) on low grip painted concrete surface & love the characteristic's it has, have found it to be in between an ltc & speed 6
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Originally Posted by Professor View Post
i have been using the blitz gsf body for about 6 mths now (club days ) on low grip painted concrete surface & love the characteristic's it has, have found it to be in between an ltc & speed 6
I ordered two of those. I think they will do just fine for my club racing too.
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Originally Posted by nikos2002 View Post
From Blitz,

For LTC - its between TSX(60216) and GSF (60217)
For Mazda6 - WRX (60215) - this also is most recommended for running CRC carpet

Also some separate research for those interested. Blitz bodies TQ the Reedy Race of Champions 13.5 class with the TSX (60216). And the last round of ETS Pro Stock in Luxemburg with GSF (60217).
when you say the ltc is in between the two bodies. Which body is more aggressive. For example on a scale is it TSX<LTC<GSF (more steering to least steering)
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