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Old 01-21-2014, 11:49 AM
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Thanks but to be in scale with the other 2
I need something around 140mm ish pin to pin.
The Losi MRC axle is 140mm, so will the Vatera axle be.
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Old 01-21-2014, 12:52 PM
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Thats what I need then.
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I heard that the vaterra is a losi (one company has taken over the other )
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Old 01-21-2014, 04:17 PM
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neil need to see more of that Sammy cos what we can see looks like something special
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Old 01-22-2014, 12:06 PM
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neil need to see more of that Sammy cos what we can see looks like something special
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Old 01-22-2014, 03:07 PM
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class 3 and not a Toyota,it looks the dogs neil. my lwb 1:1 should have looked a bit like that but I was going to do way with the front wings and have the cage extended to hold the bonnet in place but that was 5years ago all ive done is soa it .owell
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Old 01-22-2014, 03:32 PM
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class 3 and not a Toyota,it looks the dogs neil. my lwb 1:1 should have looked a bit like that but I was going to do way with the front wings and have the cage extended to hold the bonnet in place but that was 5years ago all ive done is soa it .owell

Its on 1.9's so no good for Class 3
Its is Quick though
3s 4600kv!!
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Old 01-22-2014, 04:13 PM
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keeper or has it got a new home to go to
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Old 01-22-2014, 05:14 PM
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keeper or has it got a new home to go to

Its all my current left overs.
Just things I couldnt find a home for!

Stainless cage
vanquish curries
raceline wheels now with gladiator tyres.
you get the idea.


Thought it could be my G6 rig for our meets.

Should we sort out some simple rules for that soon?
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For G6 probable best to go with US rules, as we do with scale comps.

For LSTR events suggest remove the necessity for the vehicle to be axial based, most will be axial based, and if Axial ever cross the pond then I'm guessing they would insist an that feature.

RECON G6 Scale Vehicle Requirements:

The rule of thumb here is simple; is it scale?

-Axial Vehicles or custom vehicles with Axial transmissions, Axial axles, Axial chassis or a significant amount of Axial products only.

http://www.axialracing.com/blog_posts/1073902839



-Your scale vehicle must be 1/10 car / truck with a scale chassis or custom tube scale chassis.

- Wheel sizes may be 1.55, 1.9, or 2.2, Tires that fit these wheels must be a licensed manufactured tire or knock offs. Tires must resemble the real thing and can only be siped or grooved. No other alterations may be made.

- A minimum of 5 scale items must be attached and remain attached to the vehicle. This may include mandatory scale items that may be used on stage for recoveries. The number of scale items may vary from event to event.

- A tow strap is mandatory on all vehicles at every event. A tow strap may be used to assist or recover other drivers on stage.

- All scale recovery items/tools, must be attached to the vehicle and after their use, be placed back on the vehicle. This includes sand ramps, tow straps, and hi-lift jacks. The only exception is lug wrench or nut driver. Real tools may be on the driver.

- All classes are allowed to use dig and 4 wheel steering on their scalers if they choose.

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cool colour neil almost the same as my 1:1 lwb tell you what would look good would been the later grill(92-96) as its almost the same colour as the cage
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an LSTR recon G6 sounds like fun I think we should give it a go and I think we have a great place to try it Docklands ?
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Old 01-23-2014, 03:15 PM
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cool colour neil almost the same as my 1:1 lwb tell you what would look good would been the later grill(92-96) as its almost the same colour as the cage
Got to cut the 'Suzuki' Letters out to stick on yet when I have a steady hand.
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Old 01-23-2014, 03:47 PM
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good luck with that
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neil page 130 in this thread only needs the letter 'S'(sorry could get pic to here)
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