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Old 04-20-2008, 08:22 AM   #1
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What chassis is this? Who made it? Aluminum or titanium?
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It looks like an 3racing chassis for an NTC3. Alluminum
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yeah looks like the 3racing chassis, which looks like most of the other chassis options for the ntc3.
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yeah looks like the 3racing chassis, which looks like most of the other chassis options for the ntc3.
No, I have a 3R chassis, and it looks like this.

It's 3.5mm.
The chassis I posted up in the first post is a full 4mm Chassis. almost feels like titanium.
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The picture of the first chassis is identical to my 3racing chassis. When I used to run my NTC3. It was built like a tank but the milled holes where a little out in the area of the front and rear a-arms. I had to shim the a-arms to get rid of the excess slop.
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No, I have a 3R chassis, and it looks like this.

It's 3.5mm.
The chassis I posted up in the first post is a full 4mm Chassis. almost feels like titanium.
My 3racing chassis did not look like this.
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Well, maybe one is an older version of the 3Racing....I have both, and it seems both are very well made. I just couldn't figure out who made them since all the manufactures that sold anything for the tc3's don't have them up anymore.
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the original pic looks like the integy chassis i used to have only mine had engraving in the middle
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Its the Integy, i have that exact same chassis.
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Hey I like that Chassis, particuarly for the fact that the edges on the sides are lipped up so to speak, I am running K Factory and it seems cool.....LOOKS LIKE CRAP anodized BLUE SUX on chassis, gets all scuffed and is not pretty and that is the only thing anodizing is good for. LOVE THAT ONE....hows fit?
when we get a verdict on what it is lemme know.....new chassis on the way!
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the integy is nice but heavy...i am running a fioroni and love it...much lighter than the integy, feels stonger, milled out for lower center of gravity, and has a heat sink for the engine
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