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Old 10-27-2017, 02:39 AM
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Originally Posted by daleburr View Post
I have an M410 precut for the Xray. Cutting and drilling was great, saved a couple of hours of work.

I find the shell a little safe for asphalt use (except on edgy Volante tyres). It should be mega on carpet though.
I have two M410's, one is 5mm forward (I believe the same as the pre-cut) and one 7mm forward.

My original testing was with the 5mm body (the silver one I posted pics of) which did feel very good, I have since used the 7mm version on asphalt and it felt even better.

Will be at Rug Racers this weekend, which last year had the highest grip on carpet I've run at yet (at least it did by the second round of the series) so will be testing the bodies a bit more on carpet.
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Old 10-31-2017, 07:59 AM
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Is there a projected date for this new GT body to be revealed to us?
There is not an exact date yet, to clonate a Tamiya or other exsisiting body is too easy, we're investing time, money and developing a brand new project, this makes things not fast, we want to realize a stunning product in line with our standards. We will surprise you
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Talking about ETAs do you have one for the pre-cut Mugen Body? Last time you said October.... and we are nearing the end of it.
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Old 10-31-2017, 09:41 AM
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Talking about ETAs do you have one for the pre-cut Mugen Body? Last time you said October.... and we are nearing the end of it.
The factory is making the 1st samples, will take 2 more weeks to have the samples checked and ready for production. M410 100% Pre-Cut for MTC1 is coming, within end of November others several models will be released.
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Originally Posted by Bittydesign View Post
There is not an exact date yet, to clonate a Tamiya or other exsisiting body is too easy, we're investing time, money and developing a brand new project, this makes things not fast, we want to realize a stunning product in line with our standards. We will surprise you
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I ran the m410 ultra light at the Halloween classic and the car was amazing,mounted it on my Awesomatix a800xa all the way to the wing posts in body and have been running the m410 light weight mounted the same on high grip black carpet but don’t recommend going that far forward on an X-ray(and all standard TC’s with shocks)as a few tried some of my m410’s at the Halloween classic and caused them to be to free.
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Old 11-03-2017, 06:42 PM
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Here is a pic painted by BITTYDESIGN
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Old 11-07-2017, 12:15 AM
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who sells the M410 ultra light weights in the USA?
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Old 11-07-2017, 01:04 AM
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Originally Posted by ottoman View Post
who sells the M410 ultra light weights in the USA?
🇺🇸 A Main Hobbies, a first batch of ULT body shells is currently on the way, they will probably receive the shipment this week.


For those who asked or for those who still have doubts about the superior performances of the Ultra Lite body, following the comments by the drivers who participated to the development and testing of our ULT body:

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I've been talking about 60gram bodies for a very long time now, and was ridiculed/ignored... I guess the message has gotten through: good job guys....
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Bitty,
Do you guys take custom orders? Like if I wanted to order two more of the roar promotional bodies, could you give me a quote?
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Originally Posted by bertrandsv87 View Post
I've been talking about 60gram bodies for a very long time now, and was ridiculed/ignored... I guess the message has gotten through: good job guys....
You think the only reason that ultra light bodies exist now is cause you put the message out there? Lol. It is pretty obvious that with the high traction conditions that we are seeing, that lowering the center of gravity is of much benefit. Best way to lower cog is by making the highest part of the car lighter.
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I can't wait to get my hands on an ultralight m410. I really like the way the m410 handles, but i do find myself using a 0.5mm ul sweep stc6 body on occasion due to the weight savings. The m410 ul will be the best of both worlds.
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Originally Posted by nubs View Post
Bitty,
Do you guys take custom orders? Like if I wanted to order two more of the roar promotional bodies, could you give me a quote?
Of course! Drop a line to [email protected] to get a free quote

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I can't wait to get my hands on an ultralight m410. I really like the way the m410 handles, but i do find myself using a 0.5mm ul sweep stc6 body on occasion due to the weight savings. The m410 ul will be the best of both worlds.
The M410 ULT is on the way to differents destinations, in about 1 week will be available worldwide, we spent a LOT of time to develop a new thermoforming technology, 0.5mm thickness is too thin, not good.
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Originally Posted by bertrandsv87 View Post
I've been talking about 60gram bodies for a very long time now, and was ridiculed/ignored... I guess the message has gotten through: good job guys....
Blitz was the first to make the ultra light weight bodies years ago but they were way to thin....SO I don't think that you asking had any influence on what they have done with the Bitty line.

Ive tested the ULT body and it is very well made!! Holds up and super light as well while not feeling like paper!

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