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Old 11-30-2011, 09:49 AM   #1
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Has anybody tried the new Blitz bodies, R18 and ARX?

How did the R18 compare to it's lookalike 909?

What kind of performance you experienced with the ARX?
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Does anyone even know where in the US we can get their products?
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Old 11-30-2011, 10:47 AM   #3
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We are the USA rep for Titan Blitz and have both in stock. The R18 is very good. It's like the P909 but with a little more steering. The ARX has even more steering than the R18.

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Ok thanks Desoto.
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Hi there,

my current standard is the Blitz R11 - awesome body. Which of those new bodies would be a worthy successor? Medium traction euro style fast open tracks.
Any advice on mounting position for MRX5?

Thanks guys, Stefan
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the r18 , the arx has more steering , but the r18 is a little more stable
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Thanks a lot for your help Michael! How about mounting position? Like the old R11 or extremely to the front like the Protoform909?

Cheers, Stefan
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Thanks a lot for your help Michael! How about mounting position? Like the old R11 or extremely to the front like the Protoform909?

Cheers, Stefan
I wouldnt know for the mrx5 but on the 966 i do the same as the r11
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the r18 , the arx has more steering , but the r18 is a little more stable
+1 also it seems like the ARX is more agressive but stil has great rotation. can't go wrong with either one
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Thanks a lot for the feedback!
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Ahh, forgot an important point for us Euro racers: How about EFRA numbers for the new bodies??
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Bis Ende Februar wird LMI die Lieferung mit EFRA Nummern bekommen.
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