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Old 04-08-2004, 07:51 PM   #1
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Where can you get 200mm lola style bodies other than Yokomo?
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Too many...

Tower (Racer choice)

www.speedtechrc.com (Frewer).....

Serpent (Lola or 956)
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I like the Racers Choice Lola. It comes with the wing and the side stiffener. The Frewer doesn't.
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Old 04-09-2004, 02:59 PM   #4
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I like the Frewer Porsche 911 GT1 body
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this body is cool man as compared to the other lola bodies out there...
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Which outlaw body will fit without a lot of holes on the NTC3 rear exhuast? i tried the yoko lola but ended up having to cut holes for the front shock tower and the header.
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i have frewer racing lola bodies for sale anybody? I need to sell them ASAP, and i will sell cheap
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Old 04-09-2004, 06:59 PM   #8
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Which outlaw body will fit without a lot of holes on the NTC3 rear exhuast? i tried the yoko lola but ended up having to cut holes for the front shock tower and the header.
Your option, is NO OPTOIN, if you want to use something like that you MUST use the Porsche 956 stype one (with the driver housing type) because no matter how low you shave your shock tower, you cannot fit the LOLA nicely unless you raise the body up and have those ugly fender gap....I did that on my NTC3 but I have to custom made a special shock tower and front body mount with the V1RR plate to make it fit....and I don't think you want to go thru all those trouble.

The Porsche one will fit the NTC3 very nicely, but still, you can only mount the front shock to the lowest hole and you have the cut the EAR off of that front shock tower.

Regarding HOLES on the NTC3 chassis, there is nothing you can do, you have to punch at least 3 holes for the NTC3 just like for any other nitro car....(Gas tank, engine and intake.....then small on the side for exhaust.)
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what about mounting on a impulse?any one tried?
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what about mounting on a impulse?any one tried?
Then you have to do the whole IMPACT convertion....you will need the whole GTP floating mount at rear, Impact dogbones, rear impact uprights...........
On front, you can only mount the shocks wtihout the shock tower, at the lowest position....then you can use the Impulse GTP front bumper, and you have to custom cut a Impact front body mount...
But on Impulse, you can use LOLA or Porsche borh....
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You can always do it the old school way. They used to heat the body up with a hair dryer at the spot where the interference is. Once the lexan softens, just press the body down and you get a bump where the offending part sits.
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Then you have to do the whole IMPACT convertion....you will need the whole GTP floating mount at rear, Impact dogbones, rear impact uprights...........
On front, you can only mount the shocks wtihout the shock tower, at the lowest position....then you can use the Impulse GTP front bumper, and you have to custom cut a Impact front body mount...
But on Impulse, you can use LOLA or Porsche borh....
100% correct!! Have done that when I started racing my Impulse Pro 2 years ago. Sad thing that VDS classes had died here in the Philippines. Eventhough Im racing my 710, I still get kicks running my Impulse VDS on my private track ones in a while. I wish we could bring back that class here.

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Default lola bods

GTi model bodies is also a great choice
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Then you have to do the whole IMPACT convertion....you will need the whole GTP floating mount at rear, Impact dogbones, rear impact uprights...........
Dude, you do not need the Impact dogbones and the Impact rear uprights. The Impact dogbones are used when you use an Impact rear ball diff / FPS diff or Impact solid axle. The Impact has the same uprights as the Impulse / 705.

For the conversion, you need 3 things... The GTP set 808150, the Impact rear shock tower 808139 and the GTP / CanAm front bumper 808121 or Impact's more durable Lola bumper 808120.
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Default Bringing back the VDS class

Just want to ask you guys if VDS class is as active as 200mm touring in your area. Iam very much interested in bringing back that class, at least in my local track. I consider it to be more competitive and exciting. Any input from would be greatly appreciated. MAny thanks.
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