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Old 05-12-2014, 05:56 PM   #1
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Does anyone know what size body fits on an OFNA Ultra GTP 2, im getting one and want to get a second body.
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This will fit it perfectly


http://www.amain.com/product_info.ph...-GT-Clear-Body
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Anyone know of an oval track body that will fit that car?
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http://www.nitrohouse.com/Body-Late-...ks_p_6951.html
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Second question, does anyone know if i can convert this car into a dirt oval car? I was thinking about it, vut not sure, ive seen the dirt oval chassis for it, but didnt know if i could just use the stock chassis for dirt oval, and just swap tires for on road.?
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the only true difference is the dirt oval car uses a offset hub on the right side swap the hubs and tires and have fun though your spring setups and oils maybe diiferent
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What do you mean?
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it makes the car wider with a offset hub to give less roll in the corners.

the tires will also be different

the shock setup will be different as well, so get some oil and springs and experiment.
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Oh, so if i buy the specific dirt oval roller chassis it would be better? The one that Ofna makes. its actually the Ultra GTP 2 dirt oval chassis.
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