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Old 05-22-2010, 01:33 AM   #1
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Default who has a dm1 pro 1/7 need help for gtp 1/7 conversation

well i have a gtp2 1/8 scale and i am about to cut a longer chassis for it so its has the same wheel base from axle to axle as the dm1 1/7 which is 57.5 mm longer adding 28.8mm on either side of the center diff to equal 57.5mm [ so i can use the 1/7 body's and be a 1/7 scale]. the gpt2 and the dm1 1/7 have the same front and back wheel tread [ only off by a few mm each side which will fit under the body just fine] and also uses the same wheel and tiers. other then cutting a longer chassis all you will need is the dm1 1/7 center dogbones and body to make the conversion which i have already measured the bones and will fit perfect . i am relining on spec from tower hobby and there wrong from time to time the ofna site and a phone call to them lead to no help. could someone who owns one measure the wheel base from center axle to insure they are right and the width of the tiers from the outside edge i got 12'' inch on the gtp . i look to have a 1/7 brushless

dm1 1/7
SPECS: Vehicle-
Length: 24" (610mm)
Width: 11.75" (44mm)
Height: 7" (178mm)
Weight: 6lbs 4oz (2835g) approx.
Wheelbase: 15.25" (387mm) wheels on-center front-to-rear
Front Tread: 10" wheels on-center side-to-side)
Rear Tread: 10.12 wheels on-center side-to-side)

Length: 19.25" (489mm)
Width: 7.87" (200mm)
Height: 7" (178mm)
Weight: 7.7lbs (3580g) (approx.)
Wheelbase: 12.75" (324mm) (wheels on-center front-to-rear)
Front Track: 10.75" (wheels on-center side-to-side) < wrong 10.5 '
Rear Track: 10.5" (wheels on center side to side)
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Old 05-22-2010, 11:34 AM   #2
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www.nitrohouse.com has more information and I'Ve found it to be more accurate than tower.
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