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Old 05-30-2017, 10:05 AM
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Managed to qualify my 'BittyDesign M410 equipped Tamiya EVO6' 6th spot in 17.5 A-main at the REEDY ROC. I usually make my body purchase on a decision of what 'looks cool' and this definitely is a looker in my opinion.. Also handles really well.

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Old 05-30-2017, 01:43 PM
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Great result! Congrats. My son used to have 10 bodies or so. At the last Ets in Riccione, Italy, he used an M410 in his last qualifier and posted the 28th time in stock.
All of his other bodies are now in his 'rc museum' 😂 He really likes how the M410 handles.

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Managed to qualify my 'BittyDesign M410 equipped Tamiya EVO6' 5th spot in 17.5 A-main at the REEDY ROC. I usually make my body purchase on a decision of what 'looks cool' and this definitely is a looker in my opinion.. Also handles really well.
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Old 06-05-2017, 06:53 AM
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Looking at the wing of the M410 I see three lines. The smallest one looks similar to the wings from other bodies, but which one do you normally use for asphalt?
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Old 06-05-2017, 09:55 AM
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Originally Posted by MGU View Post
Looking at the wing of the M410 I see three lines. The smallest one looks similar to the wings from other bodies, but which one do you normally use for asphalt?
i use the smallest one since that size makes it ROAR legal wing , I'm guessing the other lines are for EFRA, IFMAR and BRCA
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Old 06-05-2017, 10:22 AM
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Originally Posted by Geberit View Post
Very satisfied with the M410! Me and my friend were driving it in stock and modified with great success. Although with the ltc-r and IS200 you can achieve same lap times they are harder to drive consistent. The M410 just has this unbelievable stability and consistency. Maybe in the hands of a pro it wouldn’t make that much of a difference but for normal guys like us it’s a huge plus, especially in the race when the nerves play a role. Good work Bitty!
Thank you Geberit for the report, amazing to hear this! The M410 represent a new step for the class and all the comments here in the thread are all similar, we're very happy to read the benefits that all the people are feeling after use the body. We hope more and more friends will #JoinTheChange
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Old 06-05-2017, 11:25 AM
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Originally Posted by MGU View Post
Looking at the wing of the M410 I see three lines. The smallest one looks similar to the wings from other bodies, but which one do you normally use for asphalt?

We recommend to cut the line in the middle (40mm), you can always cut it shorter if necessary in a 2nd time but the line in the centre is the one to be used in the 99% of the situation indoor/outdoor.
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Old 06-05-2017, 01:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Bittydesign View Post
We recommend to cut the line in the middle (40mm), you can always cut it shorter if necessary in a 2nd time but the line in the centre is the one to be used in the 99% of the situation indoor/outdoor.
Thanks for the info. Do you have an update about the pre cut bodies? I just did the holes and of course it is off to the left in the front
I have no issues with spraying them but cutting is just .....
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Old 06-17-2017, 04:27 AM
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Just finished mine and was planning to test today but raining ruin all the plan. Maybe next Saturday.
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Old 06-25-2017, 11:15 PM
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Just got my body back from my painter
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Old 06-26-2017, 07:42 AM
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Originally Posted by disaster999 View Post
Just got my body back from my painter
We recommend to cut the front splitter to the upper line marked on the lexan as well also the side skirts, the body will looks better and also most important you will obtain the best performance from the shell because you can consider (after cutting) to place the 4 mounting clips one hole lower and reduce the roll center in this way.

To be clear after cut the upper line the front splitter and the side skirts must look like this:
disaster999 and ottoman like this.
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Originally Posted by sunnymok View Post
Just finished mine and was planning to test today but raining ruin all the plan. Maybe next Saturday.
Had tested it on last Saturday at the same track as Disaster999 My first impression of M410 is well balanced and easy to run. The side walls are stronger than the LTCR (without anti tuck body stiffener) which provides a solid, stability feeling at the straight line and higher corner speed. Just love the shell.
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Old 06-27-2017, 08:14 AM
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Originally Posted by sunnymok View Post
Had tested it on last Saturday at the same track as Disaster999 My first impression of M410 is well balanced and easy to run. The side walls are stronger than the LTCR (without anti tuck body stiffener) which provides a solid, stability feeling at the straight line and higher corner speed. Just love the shell.
Thanks Sunny for the feedback about the product, great to hear this, not only what you said is true but also we add that the M410 is about 7-10gr lighter than the other body that you nominated! #Spreadtheword #JoinTheChange
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What do you guys recommend on body placement. A friend of mine loves the body but he moved it 5mm forward before cutting it, in order to get more front bite. We run sealed asphalt with decent traction.
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Originally Posted by glennhl View Post
What do you guys recommend on body placement. A friend of mine loves the body but he moved it 5mm forward before cutting it, in order to get more front bite. We run sealed asphalt with decent traction.
5mm is a good start
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When are we going to see the pre-cut 410's?
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