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Old 05-05-2009, 02:34 AM   #1
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Saw the pics on the http://www.automodellismo5colli.com site. Nice kit. Brakes should be phenominal! I like the open access in the middle of the chassis once the fuel cell is removed. Plenty of room to work on the steering horn and linkage without removing the servo. Not sure about the lack of support between the bulkheads? I guess the diffs in conjunction with the aluminum bulkhead pieces keeps things in place? Nice thick shock towers. Nice upper rear control arm/camber links. Looks like a very solid kit. Any idea on price???

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