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Old 03-21-2005, 10:39 PM   #5041
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KLANDERMAN SpeedTechRc.com has them. I had the Frewer Porsche GT-1 body and it works great. The front is raised to accept regular shock towers. I think there $15.99 now.
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thanx VULSO I'll check it out to order it...
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Old 03-21-2005, 11:40 PM   #5043
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VULSO: check the webpage, but most of the frewer lola, loletta or the porsche bodies where out of stock...
I guess I'll have to wait, but thanx anyway...
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Klanderman: You can also try ehobbies.com for Frewer bodies or direct through Schumacher racing-cars.com and them there. I believe TowerHobbies also has 1/10th scale Lola bodies. You could also try a Dahellion body, he here on Rctech, I have one those and it is really nice and danny is a good guy.
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Klanderman check with Steve in the SpeedTech thread to see if they will restock on his next order.

Also, SpeedTech has the Yokomo Lola body in stock.
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Ok I will check with him tomorrow to see if he will have some more
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Old 03-22-2005, 12:50 AM   #5047
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VULSO: I checked rcmart and they have a lola type body for the lyosho v one rrr, I guess it's for 200mm, but is $22.50 plus shipping so I'd have to add another $13 to 20 bucks plus tax in my coutry... and that's too expensive, maybe I can find another site in the US...
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Old 03-22-2005, 12:59 AM   #5048
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here is a pic of my R-40 bodies, the one I like the most is the opel astra, but the nissan 350z handles better...
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Old 03-22-2005, 07:37 AM   #5049
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Those are very nice. If you use a Lola type body your going to have to cut holes in the front for the shock tower. Here is a pic of Porsche GT1 on my Yokomo GT4R. It has a lowered front body mount in front to accpet these type of bodies.
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Those are very nice. If you use a Lola type body your going to have to cut holes in the front for the shock tower. Here is a pic of Porsche GT1 on my Yokomo GT4R. It has a lowered front body mount in front to accpet these type of bodies.
Sweet paint scheme on the body. Where in MS are you from?
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VULSO that is a sweet body!!! Wish I had one...
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Sweet! Where did u get that from? I want one!
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Sweet! Where did u get that from? I want one!
That is a Frewer body. A hobby store in Plano, TX had two of them for sale for about $10-$15 each (on sale). The name of the store is T&T R/C Cars. The owner is Joe Sullivan and his contact number is 972-633-2470 if you want to check to see if he will ship to you.
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Well i installed the shoes and my hex driver is old so I stripped the silver screw. I have some more screws with the same deminsions but is there an easy way to get the screw out.
I had the exact same thing happen to me, but I was using a new tool. I think the manufacture of these screws has some quality assurance issues. Even my titanium screw kit from HPI had one screw with a "bad head". Oh well, at least HPI stands behind it and they sent me out a new one. Great customer service from HPI.
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That's awesome!!! There is nothing better than to know that HPI has your back on issues like that.
I still need the titanium pivots and the screws, compared to the regular screws, have you weighted one to see the difference with the titanium screws?
How much lighter are they?
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