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Old 04-12-2017, 07:35 PM
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Should be an easy task for someone who can turn a Monogram Corvette Grand Sport into something that can stay with a NSR P68.
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Old 04-13-2017, 02:17 AM
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Should be an easy task for someone who can turn a Monogram Corvette Grand Sport into something that can stay with a NSR P68.
Thank you for your trust!
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Old 04-13-2017, 03:07 AM
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I had a look at my Scalex Calibra. I see what you mean, the front body post is a real problem, right in the way of where the guide should be.

One way around it is to cut off the post and have the chassis fit into the holes in the lower part of the body. Wouldn't be the first time a chassis slides into the body and the rear body screw holds it in place.

We will soon be racing DTM's and it looks like the car to beat will be the Slot.it Alfa 155. Having a Scalex Calibra keeping pace (or winning races) would be pretty awesome.

If you build a chassis I'll buy it, build it into a serious racer and let you know how well it goes against the Slot.It Alfa 155.

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Will the Panoz chassis fit the roadster version as well as the coupe?
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Will the Panoz chassis fit the roadster version as well as the coupe?
The chassis for the Panoz GTR does NOT fit the Roadster, but we're working on that chassis!
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Old 06-16-2017, 07:19 AM
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The chassis for the Panoz GTR does NOT fit the Roadster, but we're working on that chassis!
That's good news! I have 2 Panoz Roadsters looking for a good chassis! Will they be inline, S/W or A/W? If they are inline, then I can race them in our LMP class

Just PLEASE don't make them front-engined!!!
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Old 06-16-2017, 07:23 AM
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That's good news! I have 2 Panoz Roadsters looking for a good chassis! Will they be inline, S/W or A/W? If they are inline, then I can race them in our LMP class

Just PLEASE don't make them front-engined!!!
Due to the location of the rear body posts, we'll have two different versions, one for Slot.it Inline and Sidewinder and other for ThunderSlot Sidewinder and Anglewinder.
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