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Old 10-27-2010, 04:16 PM   #1
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Below is a list of our products. If you have any questions please ask here or PM.

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OP200 - R5 Lipo Ready Chassis!!

Features that differ from the stock chassis:

*Solid chassis for more corner speed and consistent handling
*wider front end spacing for an easier to drive car
*2 battery positions for fine tuning, battery is supported by CRC3373
*JR and Futaba/KO servo holes
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Old 10-27-2010, 04:17 PM   #2
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On-Point Racing presents

OP100 - S120L Lipo/Damper tube Ready Upgrade Chassis kit!!

Features that differ from the stock chassis:

*Solid chassis for more corner speed and consistent handling
*2 battery positions for fine tuning, battery is supported by CRC3373
*JR and Futaba/KO servo holes
*Laydown servo position for better ackerman, lower center of gravity and more room for electronics
*Accepts side to side damper tubes for more consistent handling with lipo batteries and high traction
*Motor moved more to the right for a better balanced pod
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Old 10-27-2010, 04:18 PM   #3
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OP101 - S120L Damper Tube Conversion kit!!

Features:

*Accepts side to side damper tubes for more consistent handling with lipo batteries and high traction
*Motor moved more to the right for a better balanced pod
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Old 10-27-2010, 04:21 PM   #4
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OP102 - S120L Pod Plates

Features:

* 7075 material and thicker webbing for greater strength compared to stock pod plates

* Available in Black and Orange
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Old 11-01-2010, 03:46 PM   #5
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Just got the On Point chassis conversion fro my S120 and tested it at the track. Wow what a difference it makes in the handling and corner speed. Paul was very help full with all my questions and the setup. I never really felt in control of the factory car. This conversion drove with ease and the first time on the new track layout I got a 7.8 fast lap with a 7.7 fast lap the only one faster for the day with a 13.5 motor.
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On-Point Racing presents

OP103 - Damper Tubes!!

Features:

*Fits all On-Point S120L chassis kits and conversions
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What kind of lubricant do you recommend for rubbing on the shaft?
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PM sent with a few questions about the R5 chassis.

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On-Point's latest creation! Ready for 13.5 Indoor Champs!
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Wondering how much of the T-bar car can be used with your lipo link conversion? A friend has a t-bar for sale, I was looking to get your chassis coversion but wasn't sure how much of the t-bar kit I can use. Thanks-
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Wondering how much of the T-bar car can be used with your lipo link conversion? A friend has a t-bar for sale, I was looking to get your chassis coversion but wasn't sure how much of the t-bar kit I can use. Thanks-
The entire front end, servo mounts, center shock, rear axle, ride height adjusters, body mounts/adjusters can be re-used. You'd need side link assemblies, S120L or On-Point pod parts (side plates, rear cross piece, screws), Associated 12R5 center pivot ball assembly, dampener tubes, center shock front mounting assembly.

On-Point can fill in anything I've missed.
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On-Point Racing presents

OP102 - S120L Pod Plates

Features:

* 7075 material and thicker webbing for greater strength compared to stock pod plates

* Available in Black and Orange
Any chance of some stronger pod plates for the 12R5.1?
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