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Old 04-20-2009, 02:54 AM   #1
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Hi I was just wondering what shell 2 get for a cen ct4s

Like 190mm or 200mm
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Old 04-20-2009, 03:57 AM   #2
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I think you might want a 200mm body for that car so i would suggest the protoform dodge stratus or the team titan blitz altis. I've used both with great results
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electric car = 190mm
Nitro car = 200mm
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I think you might want a 200mm body for that car so i would suggest the protoform dodge stratus or the team titan blitz altis. I've used both with great results
What about the protoform Mazda 6? Is it good?
Cause I seen more people use it much of the time.
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according to recent nationals results, protoform stratus 3.1, altis was in the main as well.
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What about the protoform Mazda 6? Is it good?
Cause I seen more people use it much of the time.
The Mazda 6 was and is still a good body.
But the Stratus 3.1 is a much better handling body.
I used the Mazda 6 for a long time, and then switched over to the Stratus 3.1
Once you get into the car, you will find that different bodies handle differently at the same track.
The Cen. will use a 200mm body. Electric cars use a 190mm body.
You really cant go wrong with either one actually.
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