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#2851 Half Fast

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Posted 19 June 2017 - 11:06 PM

Nice build Charlie, looks very professional, :victory:


I hope Jimmy and Chris make some more scratch building parts.



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Posted 21 June 2017 - 09:44 PM

In my ever ending quest to keep up with Tony, I built a new Can-Am chassis. The inspiration for this chassis came from Tony's 18 rail 039 wire chassis that he allowed me to take up to the R4 last March. The 18 rail chassis handles very well, however it is a little loose for the way our Florida tracks are glued. Therefore, I decide to build a similar chassis having 14 rails of 039 wire. And for the first time, I made the side pans out of steel wire. The fighting weight of this car is 101 grams, RTR.





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