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Old 12-04-2006, 12:17 AM
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Hi everyone,
We’ll launch our new chasis Sinister in 2007, you can find info about the chasis from the below links.
Let us know what you think.

web site: http://www.tgr.com.tr

product page: http://tgr.com.tr/index.php?option=c...d=13&Itemid=35

Download video of drawings: http://tgr.com.tr/index.php?option=c...d=14&Itemid=26
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Old 12-04-2006, 03:11 AM
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why 1/24scale??? Mini z s are 1/28th.....
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Old 12-04-2006, 05:11 AM
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high quality material and competitive price.. looking forward to buy it..
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Old 12-05-2006, 04:53 AM
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Actually MiniZ is stated as 1/27.52 scale and its series avarage (ie Minicooper body 1/24, NSX 1/28 etc)
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I have used one of these, it is more stable then any other mini-z I have ever used. İt is more fluent at the corners. You can use a micro servo which is better then mini-z's and you can use your own receiver. The spinner(esc) which come's with sinister pro is also totally out of this world, it is better then a mini-z with 3 flat fet upgreat. Also because of it's low cg it does not flip at u-corners.As a conclusion it feel's good, it look's good, it drive's good.
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Old 03-26-2007, 12:17 AM
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Yeah, I saw yesterday that matrox was overlaping other mini-z's with his "sinister" and it was like a slot car on the track

Keep up your good work matrox..

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Looks like a nice durable,simple small scale chassis. All I can say if we can put mininasar.com bodys on them that would rock! Tis the season .
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Originally Posted by Bermbuster
why 1/24scale??? Mini z s are 1/28th.....
Aren't Mini-Z F1's 1/24th? (Not that this is a F1 platform).

I think this was meant to compete with WWS and ABC DTM vehicles.. right?
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Old 04-05-2007, 01:57 PM
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Originally Posted by Bermbuster
why 1/24scale??? Mini z s are 1/28th.....
in sweden the open mini-z class is 1/24
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Old 04-05-2007, 02:36 PM
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No, the Sinister is meant to be about the size of a mini-z pan car/ enzo. We are awaiting on some production samples and might distribute them in the U.S.
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The Swedish Open class rules is 1:27 (or 1:27,5 if you like) !

But it’s meaningless to talk about scales as TeamGO pointed out,
- “Actually MiniZ is stated as 1/27.52 scale and its series avarage (ie Minicooper body 1/24, NSX 1/28 etc)“

If we want to have rules for 1:28 (or whatever we want to call it) racing we have to decide on what size the cars must be – just like in all other RC car classes.
In Sweden we have (the most important);
Max. 83mm width
Max. 102mm wheelbase
4 NiMH cells
130 size motors

If this scale ever will grow big I think we have to decide on international rules/sizes that the constructers/manufacturers can build their cars around.
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Originally Posted by InZane
If this scale ever will grow big I think we have to decide on international rules/sizes that the constructers/manufacturers can build their cars around.
Thats what I have been saying about 1/18th!
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IMSRA 1:27 Open Class Rules (draft)
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File Type: doc
IMSRA_MiniScaleOpen_v18.doc (189.0 KB, 245 views)
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Old 06-30-2007, 06:55 AM
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You can find the new blank setup sheet for the sinister here:

http://tgr.com.tr/index.php?option=c...d=18&Itemid=48
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The cars are now in stock. Ck them out at www.atomicmods.com
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