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Old 05-09-2017, 03:00 PM
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Cant you just, you know, cut the body so it doesnt tuck?
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Old 05-09-2017, 03:07 PM
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Originally Posted by SpeedySST View Post
Cant you just, you know, cut the body so it doesnt tuck?
I have never run one, but there is a series in California that requires anti-tuck devise on TC cars. It is the CTS series.
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Old 05-09-2017, 05:07 PM
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ah cool, I take it you used Speed 6 mate, I left mine in the shop unfortunately? I used the IS-200 which was fine in cooler conditions not so good the hotter it got
I started with my new LTC2.0 which was a handful out of the corners.
Was offered the loan of an IS200 for the day which was better.
But I now know that some of the fastest guys in different classes (it won in 17.5) were running the M410, so soon I'll get to see for myself.

If it goes half as good as it looks, it should be great
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Originally Posted by SpeedySST View Post
Cant you just, you know, cut the body so it doesnt tuck?

I'm amazed at how many drivers in my area don't do that, I trim my wheel wells so I can push inward so the fender clears the tire by about 1/8",.....I can't remember the last time I had a body tuck.

If CTS requires an anti-tuck device use the trimmings from your body and make one.
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Originally Posted by OttoKrosse View Post
I'm amazed at how many drivers in my area don't do that, I trim my wheel wells so I can push inward so the fender clears the tire by about 1/8",.....I can't remember the last time I had a body tuck.

If CTS requires an anti-tuck device use the trimmings from your body and make one.
CTS does require anti-tuck device, however you can just put some tape in there and it will pass It's a silly rule.
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CTS does require anti-tuck device, however you can just put some tape in there and it will pass It's a silly rule.
or just don't crash
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Originally Posted by Skiddins View Post
I started with my new LTC2.0 which was a handful out of the corners.
Was offered the loan of an IS200 for the day which was better.
But I now know that some of the fastest guys in different classes (it won in 17.5) were running the M410, so soon I'll get to see for myself.

If it goes half as good as it looks, it should be great
Yeah I saw in some of the photos from the weekend a couple had them. I'm just waiting for the pre-cut M410, can't go back to cutting shells now after using pre-cut IS-200
What springs were you running I had 2.6's back 2.7's front, felt the hard progressive fronts might of settled the car down a bit?
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Old 05-10-2017, 01:41 AM
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Hanging out for the Awesomatix precut shells too, but I guess it's unlikely any retailers in Aust will carry them
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Old 05-10-2017, 02:15 AM
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Originally Posted by Bar View Post
Yeah I saw in some of the photos from the weekend a couple had them. I'm just waiting for the pre-cut M410, can't go back to cutting shells now after using pre-cut IS-200
What springs were you running I had 2.6's back 2.7's front, felt the hard progressive fronts might of settled the car down a bit?
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I have some they don't seem to work at Bedworth, they are on my list of things to try next time I race at Aldershot, cheers
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I can't wait for the pre cut M410 to have proper availability. I can't stand cutting out shells and I always mount them way too far forward.
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Originally Posted by Skiddins View Post
I started with my new LTC2.0 which was a handful out of the corners.
Was offered the loan of an IS200 for the day which was better.
But I now know that some of the fastest guys in different classes (it won in 17.5) were running the M410, so soon I'll get to see for myself.

If it goes half as good as it looks, it should be great
We are sure at 99,99% that you will be one more who will be amazed by the performance of the M410 body shell! We suggest to try it the sooner you can. #JoinTheChange
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We are sure at 99,99% that you will be one more who will be amazed by the performance of the M410 body shell! We suggest to try it the sooner you can. #JoinTheChange
I'm in the process of painting it now, should be finished tonight and tested this weekend
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I'm in the process of painting it now, should be finished tonight and tested this weekend
Be good to hear your feedback Damian
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#JoinTheChange the best bodies around the M410 is amazing in all conditions,I also think the ascari is really good in 17.5 tc on the rug and asphalt and the Striker 3.0 gives a lot of traction for low to mid bite asphalt.Amain has great stock of Bittydesign products and you will see many hobby shops here in the U.S. Carrying product very soon.

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