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Old 02-17-2009, 10:05 AM   #76
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We finally recieved our assigned EFRA number yesterday for the #1504 PROTOform P909 body. (EFRA #35512)

It's officially EFRA legal!

Dale - PROTOform
That's great news, i hope they will arrive before april, than i can try them in the first national race in Holland 4 and 5 april.
Any news of the price in Euro's?
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Old 02-18-2009, 07:35 PM   #77
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I ran it at 12mm in front of the bumper. I would not mount it more then 13mm or less then 11mm.
Hey mike,

how many mm are you running your body off ground, w/fresh tires/setup? thanks...
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Old 02-18-2009, 07:53 PM   #78
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Hey mike,

how many mm are you running your body off ground, w/fresh tires/setup? thanks...
about 1/2 mm i herd
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Old 02-19-2009, 07:08 AM   #80
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about 1/2 mm i herd
Well one might "HERD" sheep., but what you HEARD might not prevail you fast lap times...lol
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Well one might "HERD" sheep., but what you HEARD might not prevail you fast lap times...lol
Oops......my bad thank you for the correction
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Oops......my bad thank you for the correction
LOL...j/k'n w/ya
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We finally recieved our assigned EFRA number yesterday for the #1504 PROTOform P909 body. (EFRA #35512)

It's officially EFRA legal!


Dale - PROTOform

Hi
I have just received the P909 body from the Australian distributer and noticed that the body has EFRA moulded into the body, but no homologation number.
The rules state that this number must be mouled into the body and be visual at all times.
Are all the bodies like this.

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but no homologation number.


Are you sure?
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Are you sure?

Yes double.trippple checked. We received 6 and all the same.
These bodies are only good for club days now.
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what a dumb mistake by protoform then.....
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The rule with coloring the EFRA number different to the rest of the livery so it can easily spotted makes it very difficult trying to fool the organisation. The number is not located somewhere else than the EFRA name ?
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The rule with coloring the EFRA number different to the rest of the livery so it can easily spotted makes it very difficult trying to fool the organisation. The number is not located somewhere else than the EFRA name ?
The body has the PF symbol on the front nose and Protoform and the part number on the rear peace under the wing. The large peace that gets cut out first.
There is deferently no number.
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Hey Guys, I ran the 909 for the first time last weekend and I have to say its far superiorto the new Blitz bodies that are out currently! If you dont have one, be sure and get one cause everybody else will be.imoa!
Way to go on this one Dale!!!!
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Does anyone have to raise the rear body mount for this shell??? unlike the zytec/blitz, u have to raise the rear mount quite abit.....
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