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Old 08-08-2004, 00:22   #1 (permalink)
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I wonder what this will do down the 1/4

http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI....sPageName=WDVW

Does anyone know if they sell these in hobby shops or atleast the bodyshell??
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Old 08-08-2004, 00:43   #2 (permalink)
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that thing looks insane!

if only it was a petrol powered one!
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Old 08-08-2004, 00:55   #3 (permalink)
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I saw a petrol powered one in a "snap on tools" truck. Pity he was to busy to take it out for a run. He also had a top fueler but I'm not sure if it was motorised or not.
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Re: I wonder what this will do down the 1/4

you can get just about any body shell at a hobby shop.
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I've got a petrol powered one with an xygt shell, so i wouldnt mind an electric one with the ba gt shell, i think they would look good when i eventually go to shows with my ba and xw.
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i might be buying a petrol powered focus 1 this week or soon.....you can always buy new shells for it, so hopefully there will be a GT or something similar that will fit it
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Cool I want one.
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for the price that the hobbie shops want ($600) it's better to get a better made car and change the shell, they have a 1/10 scale bodie. The guys at the "Herns hobbie's" on Flinders Street, Melbourne know there s**t, the chassie and running gear is a rip off of one of the top jap made cars, Like every thing FPV do looks can be deceiving ! (low quality chassie and motor) I was very close to getting one my self just to have on the mantel piece but since i drive one why bother ! ALSO the shops DONT stock spare parts for that brand, you have to send them back over seas to get them fixed !!!!!! THIS was why i didn't get one.
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if i find out the scale of the focus i might be buying, (seeing as how you sound like you know your RC cars) would u be able to give me a rough idea of what shells i could get that fit it?

the focus shell does look ok, but id much rather an XR or a GT or something.

or a mustang SALEEN!
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if i find out the scale of the focus i might be buying, (seeing as how you sound like you know your RC cars) would u be able to give me a rough idea of what shells i could get that fit it?

the focus shell does look ok, but id much rather an XR or a GT or something.

or a mustang SALEEN!
if its tamiya you'll be able to fit any of there 1/10 scale bodies on it, 9/10 times you can fit other brands aswell, i got an xygt shell for my tamiya chassis.
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