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Old 03-01-2011, 05:17 PM   #1
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Default Xceed V2 Kruzer 200mm body

http://www.redrc.net/2011/02/xceed-k...0mm-bodyshell/

Does anyone know if it is ROAR-legal? I know it is EFRA-legal, but I live in America and intend on running the 2011 nationals here in America. Thanks.
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Old 03-02-2011, 02:21 PM   #2
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this body is on the new approved body list
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this body is on the new approved body list
Can you provide a link? I checked ROAR's site and saw nothing for Xceed.
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Old 03-02-2011, 06:35 PM   #4
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Not to worry it will be approved.
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Old 03-02-2011, 07:28 PM   #5
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Not to worry it will be approved.
Alright. All I have to worry about now is whether or not this will fit a Serpent. See no reason why it shouldn't...
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Old 03-02-2011, 07:51 PM   #6
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That's what it's on in the pic! So like a glove.
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Who has these bodies on sale?
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around 1-2 weeks release !
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Has anyone tested this body?? Any comparison to the V1 body, Blitz Cruze or Audi RS4???
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On two very different tracks Chevy V2 gave the best steering response (initially) and mid corner steering, sometimes even too much and the car tended to stop a bit in the corners. Blitz Cruze with wing forward felt slower but laptimes were equal with better consistency. On both tracks RS4 was the fastest with lots of nice steering and overall downforce.

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On two very different tracks Chevy V2 gave the best steering response (initially) and mid corner steering, sometimes even too much and the car tended to stop a bit in the corners. Blitz Cruze with wing forward felt slower but laptimes were equal with better consistency. On both tracks RS4 was the fastest with lots of nice steering and overall downforce.
Hi Gergely... Thanks for your input. Can you please post pics or links to the tracks you are talking about?? I want to see if I can find any similarities between your tracks layout and mine.

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Has Anyone noticed that the rear wing on the V2 body is over 200mm wide i think mine was 207mm wide. Is that even legal or did i get a defect body??
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Has Anyone noticed that the rear wing on the V2 body is over 200mm wide i think mine was 207mm wide. Is that even legal or did i get a defect body??
No wonder you keep TQ'ing at the moment Aza

Maybe all the extra downforce is why you keep stripping gears

But no it's not legal 200mm maximum...........
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I used Cruzer V1 last year and it had more initial steering response than any other body I tested. I didnt have laptimes but it felt stable and fast.

Now I have a V2 one ready to use and will test it on first round of nationals this weekend.
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