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Old 05-26-2008, 04:55 PM   #1
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body is not to popular here in the u.s
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it keeps poping up in my latest rc driver mags
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i am used the lola 06 and it is excellent it handles very close to the central and its cheaper it make it very afforable the sedan body i have at the painter but i have seen at the track they seem to be very good also
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Great performing bodies and good value
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I just used the Lola '06 for the very first time this past weekend, having used the Central for most of the weekend, I was able to put the '06 on and do some testing. I like it! It does handle very, very well and extremely stable. A good purchase.
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There were a couple of guys using the touring car and one using the 1/8th scale body at the Region 9 regionals this past weekend. The touring car bodies and 1/8th scale Lola kept the cars very well planted on the track. I bought two of the touring car bodies for myself and will have one painted for testing this coming weekend for racing in Jackson, MS.
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I think they will be very popular very soon. Both in 1/8th and sedan. I like them a lot.
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There were a couple of guys using the touring car and one using the 1/8th scale body at the Region 9 regionals this past weekend. The touring car bodies and 1/8th scale Lola kept the cars very well planted on the track. I bought two of the touring car bodies for myself and will have one painted for testing this coming weekend for racing in Jackson, MS.
Actually, there were two of us. Scotty and myself.
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There were a couple of guys using the touring car and one using the 1/8th scale body at the Region 9 regionals this past weekend. The touring car bodies and 1/8th scale Lola kept the cars very well planted on the track. I bought two of the touring car bodies for myself and will have one painted for testing this coming weekend for racing in Jackson, MS.
where did you get one from
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Hey 20 smoke, you can get them from TMA marketing and dist in Arizona. Sam Felish is the owner and he will take good care of ya. The lola 06 is a awsome bodie aswell as the lola 05. The 05 is more of a high downforce bodie but both have great steering. There ia an add for TMA on the top left of this page.
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Thanks for asking about Blitz Bodies. Larry Pryor just won his Regional Championship using the Altis 2.3 body! Congrats to Larry.

They say the best form of flattery is imitation. Central with the help from Paolo have tried to imitate the Blitz Lola 06 and the Altis 2.3 as best they could. Obviously purchasing the real thing is always better but we do enjoy the flattery!

Scotty Barrera at the Motonica Grand Prix (Las Vegas) was TQ and recorded the fastest lap in the main event using his Lola 06.

Brad Toffelmire will use the Lola 06 and possibly the Lola 05 at the 301 Capital race in 2 weeks.

Yes Blitz is new in the states and making a very good introduction for themselves. Blitz a part of the Titan Precision Model Company only produces bodies that have a certain aerodynamic benefit. Some companies make bodies to be cute. These are all made to benefit a racer on any certain type of track. They test and test before they make their final molds.

Chris Whitt and Carlton at 301 Speedway will be featuring the Blitz Bodies at their Capitol Race and will have the Blitz Bodies available to racers that have an interest!

Thanks Again and Have Fun!
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TM America,

I was one of the marshals for Larry Pryor's A-main run at the regionals in Region 9. His car was smooth and planted on the track. I was impressed enough with the body he used that I bought two of them from the Gustins later that day. I will be running one in Jackson, MS this coming weekend at their Bass Pro Series race.
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Do the blitz 06 bodies have cut outs for the mugen mrx4x car?
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Thanks for asking about Blitz Bodies. Larry Pryor just won his Regional Championship using the Altis 2.3 body! Congrats to Larry.

They say the best form of flattery is imitation. Central with the help from Paolo have tried to imitate the Blitz Lola 06 and the Altis 2.3 as best they could. Obviously purchasing the real thing is always better but we do enjoy the flattery!

Scotty Barrera at the Motonica Grand Prix (Las Vegas) was TQ and recorded the fastest lap in the main event using his Lola 06.

Brad Toffelmire will use the Lola 06 and possibly the Lola 05 at the 301 Capital race in 2 weeks.

Yes Blitz is new in the states and making a very good introduction for themselves. Blitz a part of the Titan Precision Model Company only produces bodies that have a certain aerodynamic benefit. Some companies make bodies to be cute. These are all made to benefit a racer on any certain type of track. They test and test before they make their final molds.

Chris Whitt and Carlton at 301 Speedway will be featuring the Blitz Bodies at their Capitol Race and will have the Blitz Bodies available to racers that have an interest!

Thanks Again and Have Fun!
After seeing Scotty run the 06 in Houston, I picked one up to try and used it for the same regionals as Larry, just a different class. awesome!
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