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Old 06-06-2014, 12:37 AM   #1
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Post Protoform VRS-N 200mm nitro touring car body

Protoform introduce the VRS-N 200mm nitro touring car bodyshell in preparation for the 2014 IFMAR Worlds in Bangkok. Implementing some never-before-seen-in-R/C air management concepts inspired by full-scale Touring Cars from the STCC and SCCA World Challenge, the VRS-N race body is designed to slot in between the handling characteristics of the P37-N and the SRS-N. It features a low profile up front and strategically placed airflow conditioners for maximum aero efficiency. The VRS-N meets all 200mm Global Body Spec rules and is available in high-quality light weight .025 or regular weight .030 genuine Lexan. Included with the body are window masks, decals, oversized nylon wing hardware and paint-then-peel overspray film.

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Old 06-06-2014, 02:11 AM   #2
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Love the attention to detail with the aero.

Converting nitro to electric is utter blasphemy.
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protoform, protoform vrs-n, protoform vrsn, vrs-n

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