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Old 04-26-2004, 09:48 AM   #1
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ROAR Body Questions ... how they select?

Hi guys,

On what points ROAR takes their decision to accept a body or not? I am just tired of seeing the same 3 bodies all the time (Taurus, Alfa, Mazda 6). I know that there is other, but most the other companies have really cheap look bodies.

Please don't flame on look doesn't matter...I know. But at least it would be more fun at a race to see like 20 differents bodies intead of 3. I am pretty sure a body like the NSX, saleen S7 and tons of others would have pretty good aerodynamics too.
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Old 04-26-2004, 11:19 AM   #2
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First of all the car has to have 4 doors since its a SEDAN not a coupe. The NSX is a coupe, so is the saleen. I would race the civic body because i like it but its not ROAR legal because its only a 2 door coupe. Basically you can race any car that in real life is a 4 door and that they make the 4 door model of that car in RC Form. You can buy a real 4 door civic but they only make the 2 door for rc cars.

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