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Old 10-27-2016, 04:13 PM
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Shane.....scroll up to Post #32....it's there!!!!
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Old 10-27-2016, 05:03 PM
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Originally Posted by flyinhawaiianRC View Post
We have this in stock in the USA, ready to ship today! https://www.amainhobbies.com/bittyde...f1-t6c/p492950
fyi that's the older version. When will you get this new one?
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Old 11-07-2016, 12:24 AM
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Originally Posted by racenut123 View Post
fyi that's the older version. When will you get this new one?
@Racenut the new TYPE-6R is now available for you and any other US F1 enthusiast at AMain.com, have a look here
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Old 12-12-2016, 12:10 PM
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Just got the new type 6R and love the design but can't say i have ever bought a body with so many imperfections in the polycarbonate.

There's no point having great designs and flash photos of your products if they are poor quality,you guys have a long way to go to match Blitz and Protoform

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Old 12-12-2016, 02:57 PM
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Just got the new type 6R and love the design but can't say i have ever bought a body with so many imperfections in the polycarbonate except maybe my striker-3 body.

There's no point having great designs and flash photos of your products if they are poor quality,you guys have a long way to go to match Blitz and Protoform
Thank you for having purchased our product, we're sorry to hear your comment, we received a lot of messages about the TYPE-6R and nobody told us problems and/or imperfections (the feeds we got were all positive like you about the design but also about the quality), BUT we listen to everyone so please kindly drop us a line at [email protected] (also with images if possibile) about the imperfections that you noticed, thank you for your collaboration.

About the Striker 3.0 body that you mentioned please delete all the idea you have in mind about it, probably you miss the annoucement we've done recently about all our line of TC bodis 190mm, have a look here, the new "updated" bodies are on different level respect the past, everything as been improved a LOT. The Striker 3.0 is our older model, we worked hard on the mould that has been upgraded with new details and refined all the surface, same treatment also to all the other bodies that we do.
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What is the main difference between the 6C and 6R? I have looked at your Bittydesign website and searched online however nothing seems to spell out what is different? Your description for both is virtually identical also.
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Well, Bitty if you fail to answer question above in almost one year you really seems to ignore this part of market... Anyway what I noticed also curious on same subject the only difference I see is more round side bottom (?) on C compared to more square one on R. Nothing else visible...
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Old 10-31-2018, 01:29 AM
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Hey guys! We are sorry for delay but we missed the latest message of one year ago, thanks for having re-call this thread. We are more than happy to provide all the informations about our products, once again accept our excuses for the missing reply.

The TPYE-6C body is more suitable on carpet because the driving feeling is better, the fludity and rotation are very good.




The TYPE-6R generate more steering, this is not always positive expecially on carpet, the car could be too difficult to drive; outdoors on asphalt this body could be the best option, generally on asphalt the main problem of F1 cars is the understeering so this body (compared to 6C) can be a "plus". This not mean that the 6R can't be used also indoor, our reccomendation is to start on carpet always with the 6C and only in case you need more steering at this point you can consider to switch to the 6R.

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I prefer the 'C' on both surfaces, feels smoother to me, more consistent
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Pretty nice body....0.8mm or 1mm ???
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Originally Posted by bertrandsv87 View Post
Pretty nice body....0.8mm or 1mm ???
None of the thickness you wrote, our shells are made with 0.75mm original and genuine Lexan polycarbonate and since the first part of the year we also changed some procedure during the process of thermoforming that generate a massive reduction of weight, with the plastic helmet (supplied with the body) the overall weight was too high, now our shells are very very close to other bodies where the helmet is thermoformed together with the body (and not plastic separate like ours).

This was the image we posted some months ago:

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