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Old 03-14-2019, 07:30 AM
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Tomorrow is THE DAY!

6:00pm GMT+1 Italy local time, don't miss the full release, our second body shell for the GT10 (USGT) class is coming!! #GT #190mm #ByBittydesign #CreateUniqueness

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Tomorrow is THE DAY!

6:00pm GMT+1 Italy local time, don't miss the full release, our second body shell for the GT10 (USGT) class is coming!! #GT #190mm #ByBittydesign #CreateUniqueness
I don't have a USGT car, but I do want one of these shells!
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Old 03-15-2019, 10:11 AM
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A new contender for the 1/10 GT class is finally arrived, welcome to AGATA! #GT #USGT #190mm #ByBittydesign

The project was born from the desire to offer to the rc enthusiast all over the world a body shell that could recall our origins, Emilia land of engines and dream car manufacturers.

Check out all the features of this amazing body at 👉bittydesign.net/en/agata-gt-190mm-body

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A new contender for the 1/10 GT class is finally arrived, welcome to AGATA! #GT #USGT #190mm #ByBittydesign

The project was born from the desire to offer to the rc enthusiast all over the world a body shell that could recall our origins, Emilia land of engines and dream car manufacturers.

Check out all the features of this amazing body at 👉bittydesign.net/en/agata-gt-190mm-body

Wow, awesome job team!
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Old 03-15-2019, 11:32 AM
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Awesome! I just settled with the Venom, but will definitely try the Agata outdoors. Thanks for your enthusiasm!
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I wonder if it will suffer from the same body tuck issues the pfm body does. Looks good tho.
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Old 03-15-2019, 07:06 PM
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Well Done. The Agata is amazing. Cant wait to get my hands on one.
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Old 03-22-2019, 05:01 AM
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In case someone miss the release of the past friday, following an important detail about the new GT body shell that hit the shelf of stores in the last 7 days!


>>> Inside the #AGATA packaging we've included a flyer that is not only for promotional purposes but, most important, it show the correct 'Mounting Guide' of the front foam we designed to close the gap between the front nose of the body and the bumper of your car.
The correct installation of the foam it make the difference and prevent the vibration of the body, we STRICTLY recommend to follow the guide and to use only the 3M double-side high adhesion tape supplied into the kit.


Discover everything about AGATA at 👉 bittydesign.net/en/agata-gt-190mm-body

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Old 03-23-2019, 03:57 AM
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Was planning to test the new shell at local track. However, raining interrupted the testing :-(
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Old 03-24-2019, 11:51 PM
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Hi, I return back to rc racing - 1/10 RP touring cars in modified class. I go through available bodies and I bought JP8 body, I like it the most. I thinking that I also buy JP8HR. Is there big difference in handling? Is the JP8HR also good for asphalt racing? Thanks for answer.
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from my understanding the jp8 is for open flowing tracks where as the jp8hr is for a more tight track with alot of turns.
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According to press information read, the new AGATA body "qualifies for all GT classes, including USGT". Pardon me for asking, as my question might seem 'dumb' to some, but should be seen as 'inquisitive' to others. I am quite familiar with the ROAR off-road classes, and am just getting into on-road. Additionally, there have been numerous changes made to class rules over the past few years (not to mention the elimination of "old", and creation of new, classes), that it can be difficult to figure some things out.

To be as specific as possible, can you please list ALL of the classesw (at least within the USAt) that the AGATA body qualifies for? Obviously, USGT is one...but, what (if any) other US-based classes can it be used for?
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I love how it turned out. Simple and looks good with the pearl white.

Curious how it will handle. The front needs the bumper foam, and I have to run it higher than normal to avoid scraping the carpet on braking. Time will tell on Saturday

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Originally Posted by R3VoLuTiOn View Post
I love how it turned out. Simple and looks good with the pearl white.

Curious how it will handle. The front needs the bumper foam, and I have to run it higher than normal to avoid scraping the carpet on braking. Time will tell on Saturday

NIIIIIIICE !!!
Almost reminds me of the paint job on an actual Lambo I saw a couple years ago, although that one was a Diablo. Curious why you chose to go with silver on the wheels, as opposed to black (or, maybe, even the same blue as on the spoiler & wing)?
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Silver LM's are classic. Plus painted rims dont usually look good unless its to match a real race car paint job.
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