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Old 04-30-2017, 12:22 PM
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that is nice but it is a 2 piece body and it looks more drift then the IMSA GT 3 car is. KB bodies are they available in the US?
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Old 05-01-2017, 10:06 AM
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Nice sedan with a wing. Still not a GT car. HOWEVER, can the Tesla do the Bathurst 1000 or a 12 hour race or will it work like Formula E? You are starting to convert me a bit. Just watched a Tesla race a V8 Supercar and win in a drag race.
There's a boat load of 4 door sedans used in GT racing and in the current USGT body lists. Granted the Tesla isn't an aggressive looking machine, it's an iconic car that looks pretty nice in race trim. Plus it's electric already...kinda rolls with what we're doing here.

Electric cars such as the P100d are insanely fast off the line given the instant torque of the electric motors but they fall off at higher speed. Still seeing an electric car smash hyper cars off the line is a site to behold.
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Finally took out my new M410 for a day of outdoor training in Augsburg.
For nearly two years I ran the Dodge Dart on this track. I really loved how this shell suddenly induced steering in the corner middle. This year with my T4'17 chassis and the ETS material, I wasn't happy with the balance even after two days of intensive setup work.
I am very happy to say that my car was a blast to drive yesterday. Finally the lines are perfect again. I installed the body 2.5mm to the front to get steering (I hate understeering) and it works very good. The car has tons of steering, feels like it gets pulled by a string while still being stable and very easy to drive. And of course it looks awesome. My new favourite body



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Anyone tried on black carpet yet?
And resulting thoughts.

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I ran it on ETS high grip and it was as awesome as it is on asphalt.
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I would like to see Nissan Skyline R34 or newer... I love the HotBodies one but can't get them anymore due to licensing issues..
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Lambo please
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With most of the bodies mentioned that are already in production it looks like the Renault R.S. 01 is the winner...right? Great shape...killer looks....and different from everything else currently available. ...

Oh, did I mention that there are no issues with shock towers.
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First major event with the M410 body, TQ and 2nd overall (some bad luck in the finals) behind the reigning national champ for the 21.5 Class.

Really liking the body, the wing came off in the last race yet somehow was still able to limp it around and finish 2nd (only 9 seconds down) in the last final.
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i will likely never use another body than the Bittydesign. I have been running the NARDO on asphalt and i love it! Just ordered the M410 to try out and i just finished the M15 for carpet.
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Originally Posted by vivo quevas View Post
that is nice but it is a 2 piece body and it looks more drift then the IMSA GT 3 car is. KB bodies are they available in the US?
They're orderable through HobbyTown USA's via their old distributor. They have been looking for a new distributor, I connected them with TQ.. not sure if it went anywhere.
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I would really like to see something different.


The Porsche 935 killing Chevy Monza
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Originally Posted by drsfly View Post
Anyone tried on black carpet yet?
And resulting thoughts.

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Some guys tried it at MHIC. Looked pretty planted, but it still had lots of rotation. Very stable with lots of steering.
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Originally Posted by wtcc View Post
Finally took out my new M410 for a day of outdoor training in Augsburg.
For nearly two years I ran the Dodge Dart on this track. I really loved how this shell suddenly induced steering in the corner middle. This year with my T4'17 chassis and the ETS material, I wasn't happy with the balance even after two days of intensive setup work.
I am very happy to say that my car was a blast to drive yesterday. Finally the lines are perfect again. I installed the body 2.5mm to the front to get steering (I hate understeering) and it works very good. The car has tons of steering, feels like it gets pulled by a string while still being stable and very easy to drive. And of course it looks awesome. My new favourite body



Just received my 410 will paint and mount today to try it on asphalt. So far I love both the Nardo and the M15(carpet).
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Originally Posted by wtcc View Post
Finally took out my new M410 for a day of outdoor training in Augsburg.
For nearly two years I ran the Dodge Dart on this track. I really loved how this shell suddenly induced steering in the corner middle. This year with my T4'17 chassis and the ETS material, I wasn't happy with the balance even after two days of intensive setup work.
I am very happy to say that my car was a blast to drive yesterday. Finally the lines are perfect again. I installed the body 2.5mm to the front to get steering (I hate understeering) and it works very good. The car has tons of steering, feels like it gets pulled by a string while still being stable and very easy to drive. And of course it looks awesome. My new favourite body
Interesting that you liked the Dodge Dart. I found it understeered into the corner and oversteered out (carpet and asphalt). To be honest I couldn't find a situation where it worked better than almost anything else I had, so I gave up on it.
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