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Old 06-16-2006, 08:12 PM   #391
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F1 Fan not even close this car was the original F1 and the 201 is a 4wd car, gearbox etc. If they let you run you will prolly be limited to a Silvercan motor at most and you would prolly be very competitve.

Sorry missed the diffuser question above. It was for the original F1 car. It helps extract air from under the rear pod. On a real car it adds about 30-40% of total downforce. It aids the scale car but not q as dramatic as a full size car.
Thanks. I understand the car is not like the F201. What I should have asked is it a re release of the F103. The class that I am considering allows any F1 chassis and as you can see signature like I have plenty, but only the F201 has parts, so if this is a re release I can run the cars again because there will be parts Thanks
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Sorry I did not catch the sig. For most part yes it is a re-release. The front of the car is the main departure from the original but if you remove the spacer it will return the geometry to the original configuration. Steering knuckles are different also.
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Sorry I did not catch the sig. For most part yes it is a re-release. The front of the car is the main departure from the original but if you remove the spacer it will return the geometry to the original configuration. Steering knuckles are different also.
Thanks! Someone had told me the chassis was shorter. I am going to get one on order.
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Hold on F1fan, MLP is already coming out with a conversion to put the 103GT back as an F1 and use the 201's wheels and tires! Now that's a neat idea. We are waiting for someone here to jump on it before the F1 tour ends here to see how it works. That could be a purchase I may have to make soon.
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Old 06-17-2006, 11:07 PM   #395
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Default F103GT for sale...

hey guys.. i have a NIB F103GT... i opened it and started some prep work on the chassis. i got too many cars right now.. so im gonna have to sell this. anyone interested, please PM Me. ill let you know what hopups come with it.
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Old 06-18-2006, 07:55 PM   #396
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Hey does anyone know when the Advan Courage LC70 is due out, and if it will be with the F103GT Kit or sold seperately.

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That was a sneak peak at the hobby show, no part # has been anounced, Kit or Body. So as of now, no date.
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Ok Thanks
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Will there be a class for these cars in TCS next year? I think they should replace F1 with F1
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Will there be a class for these cars in TCS next year? I think they should replace F1 with F1

Hope so....
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Will there be a class for these cars in TCS next year? I think they should replace F1 with F1
there's a good chance if there is enough support. earlier in March.. Seattle Indoor Raceway had an exhibition class. The upcoming Fremont and Aliso Viejo regional TCS races will also feature an exhibition class.
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Old 06-27-2006, 02:20 PM   #402
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How are the F103GTs performing compared to regular TCs?

Seems like there's plenty of room for development in this class for the coming seasons....
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Which turn of motor would be the ballpark for a medium size asphalt track semi technical?
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Which turn of motor would be the ballpark for a medium size asphalt track semi technical?


You could try a 23 turn stock motor...It has enough grunt!!
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Which turn of motor would be the ballpark for a medium size asphalt track semi technical?
ken, any 23t motor will be enough for this car already, esle a mild mod will do also, such as 19t or 17t...
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