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Old 03-23-2016, 03:48 PM
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McFactory Motorsports is back!

This thread will be where McFactory Motorsports will be showcasing its various projects and new products.

As a side-note all items found in the Wallace Motorsports thread are now McFactory Motorsports products.

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Due to the overwhelming demand for McFactory products we have a substantial backlog of orders currently. We are working to ramp up production to meet this demand however!

To inquire about purchasing our products please send an email to:

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Some of the custom projects McFactory Motorsports has done.
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Can't wait to get one of these bullets!! Your stuff is on #beastmode.1
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Subuuubscribed for pit boards!
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Subuuubscribed for pit boards!
Lol.. I'll see if I can find some more pictures.

On the serpent 12th scale it's in the works right now. Chicky will have them available in the near future
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Here's a pretty sweet pitboard from McFactory. Great work, looks amazing in person!
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I cannot wait to try my McFactory Rapide P12 Alloy Chassis... and pretend to drive like a champion!
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and pretend to drive like a champion!
You must be talking about me here.
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Here is the x12 16 with the aluminum chassis and pod.
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that's awesomeeeeee
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Can you tell me what's the difference in weight and in handling compared to the original carbon one?
Does it tweak easier after a crash?
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I believe it is 16 grams heavier than the carbon, it does not tweak easily at all and everyone who has tried it has either been the same speed as carbon or a little faster but unanimously agreed that it is much easier to drive.
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what's the price for the conversion (main chassis and rear pod)?
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Originally Posted by Flygio
Can you tell me what's the difference in weight and in handling compared to the original carbon one?
Does it tweak easier after a crash?
Chassis is a little heavier, as for telling a difference in handling, yeah I could tell a difference, was it because it was more weight to lowest possible point or the flex characteristics of the Aluminum... Don't know/care it was a positive difference for whatever reason. I ran the Roche P12 conversion last weekend in mod. Fairly clean but mod being what it is there were a few 'offs'. Chassis is still flat as a pancake.
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Crc chassis yes pls
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