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whats up TC ppl...

anything to do with touring cars can go here...

anything from setups, good tyres, what springs..

what bodies to use etc, or just show what car you runnign atm



i am waiting on my mission to arrive..

i will be running a futaba 330, esc, 16t mega motor, and a tamiya super stock type R motor

proline alfa body, take off 27 tyres on dish rims, hitec RX and servvo, and a wheel TX



cheers

Dan
 

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just bought a yokomo CGM. built it in 4 hours and my hands are trashed. just need to set it up





 

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set me back 450. was going for the yoke drift pig package but this was a heaps better buy for a few more dollars. It gets ally shocks, allen head screws, full bearing set, swaybars grahite compositechassis bits and lotsof blue chunks.


With the drift pig you get a swanky body, crap screws, plastic composite chassis, no blue chunks, frictiion shocks and no sway bars. got more pics will edit and chuck in the gallery as soon as i can be arsed
 

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jiggen5354 said:
With the drift pig you get a swanky body, crap screws, plastic composite chassis, no blue chunks, frictiion shocks and no sway bars.

don't forget only half a full set of bearings too.
 

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yep. that as well. also should mention you get titanium turbuckles with the cgm ans steel ones for the drift pig.. the car is on the porky side at 1650 grams fully loaded but after a test drive i feel that car is very light and nimble compared to my evo 3.
 

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the only run I've had with it at the moment is a few runs up the driveway and doing donuts in me mate's kitchen to loosen up the drive train. borrowed his brushless for this task. the real test will be tonight
 
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Cadillac
CTS-V R





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In the last few years Cadillac has been systematically and successfully
re-inventing it's image in the global marketplace. Part of their
strategy has been to field factory prepared racecars in the highest
levels of international racing around the globe. Their latest focus
has been the Cadillac CTS-V R sedan that competes in the SCCA SPEED
World Challenge GT category. </font>

In an ultra-competitive
field of Audis, Corvettes and Vipers, they not only top qualified but
smoked the competition with a 1-2 finish in
the Sebring opener! PROTOform has now brought this exciting body style
to the RC world. Realistic yet functional, sedan racers will appreciate
the handling and balance of this body whether racing 190mm or 200mm classes.
Made to fit ROAR, IFMAR and EFRA specifications, it comes with protective
film, window masks, detail sticker sheet, and wing mounting hardware.
This body is sure to add a unique new look to sedan racing in 2004.







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Features:</font>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td colspan="2">

· First
Cadillac CTS-V R to market

· Unique and aggressive styling

· Designed to push the boundaries of the R/C market

· Window masks, a race inspired decal sheet, and an add-on wing
with inner spill plates included </font>
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</tr>
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</tr>
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<td width="74%" height="2">Cadillac
CTS-V R
Part #1472-00</font>
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</table>


nice body, wouldnt mind one of these...



info from PROLINE/PROTOform

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Corvette
C6



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<table width="500" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2" height="222" align="center">
<t><tr><td colspan="2" height="103"><div align="justify">“Six
times in 51 years. That's how many times a new Corvette platform has
been ushered into this world. That's not very many, even when measured
against other extraordinary events. And so the body you see here, the
sixth-generation 2005 Corvette coupe, is huge news for enthusiasts around
the globe. Let it be said — to challengers everywhere — that
once more the bar is raised. This is a sensational Corvette” </font></div></td>
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<td colspan="2"><div align="right">– GM
Spokesperson. </font></div></td>
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<td colspan="2"> Chevrolet
hit the nail on the head — the bar has been raised.
Pro-Line captures every essence of the bar and the same design platform
Chevrolet uses on the Corvette C6 styling is now available for your 190mm
and 200mm touring car. Style, performance and reputation,
the 2005 Corvette has it all. </font>
Each of the
Corvettes come complete with add-on molded headlight buckets, detail
decal sheet, window mask, paint-then-peel protective film, add-on wing,
and wing mounting hardware.</font></td></tr></t>
</table>




<table width="500" border="0" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2" height="222" align="center">
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Features:</font>
</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td colspan="2">

· First
Corvette C6 to the R/C market

· Accessorized styling captures its true scale counterpart

· Includes add-on molded headlight buckets, detail decal sheet,
window mask, protective paint-then-peel film, crystal clear lexan, and add-on
rear wing.

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<td width="74%" height="2">Corvette
C6
190mm
Part #3177-00</font>
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<tr>
<td width="74%" height="2">Corvette
C6
200mm
Part #3178-00</font>
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