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did anybody check which other bodies on the market fit the revoslot 32nd chassis? i am annoyed to see only 4 cars and let s be honest, the viper is a killer on the track here in SA.

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Wow - they have only been around since 2017 and given they are a small manufacturer I think they have done a really good job.

They have the Porsche GT2, Viper, Supra, Marcos, Ferrari F40 and 333, the Toyota GT1 and there is a Porsche 911 GT1 and the Mercedes CLK is due out this week. We can expect a McLaren before the end of the year.

They are then doing Grp 2 cars and they will be really cool to have in a decent running format - think BMW 2002 - Escort - Alfa GTA looking forward to them the BRM 1/24 are so much fun to drive.

Not a lot to be annoyed about there - except that they have put a hold on releasing any new  GT cars  to focus on the Grp 2.

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On 7/1/2021 at 5:41 AM, curef99 said:

did anybody check which other bodies on the market fit the revoslot 32nd chassis? i am annoyed to see only 4 cars and let s be honest, the viper is a killer on the track here in SA.

 

Maybe you need to calm down and search better, there's at least 8 models in their range.

 

Gr.2 BMW 2002 and Escort would be ace in 1/32, that is a rich vein of great cars of which those are merely two examples.


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On 7/1/2021 at 5:41 AM, curef99 said:

did anybody check which other bodies on the market fit the revoslot 32nd chassis? i am annoyed to see only 4 cars and let s be honest, the viper is a killer on the track here in SA.

 

Maybe you need to calm down and search better, there's at least 8 models in their range.

 

I seem to recall someone saying the Fly Venturi 600 LM fits a 1/32 Revo chassis.

 

Gr.2 BMW 2002 and Escort would be ace in 1/32, that is a rich vein of great cars of which those are merely two examples.


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36 minutes ago, Kevan said:

"Maybe you need to calm down and search better, there's at least 8 models in their range."
 

I agree Kevan. To say there are only 4 cars in the Revoslot range vastly understates the variety that is available.

Four GT2s yes, but how many different liveries? One of the clubs that I race at had 15 entries for its Revo GT2 series and every livery was different.

Recently club members were asked for their thoughts on a new class and I suggested Revo LMP/GT1. I counted 25 different combinations of 333SP, F40, Toyota GT1, Porsche GT1 and Mercedes CLK, when you take into account different liveries and white kits.

I have no objection to enterprising enthusiasts fitting different bodies if they are prepared to do the work.

Den

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One of our club members kindly bought four GT2's for a club class, they go exceptionally well once the tyres are glued/trued, even the stock rear tyres are great on a routed wood track.  I spent time working on my own Marcos it's a couple of tenths quicker than our club cars and competes against some of the quicker NSR Moslers even with standard Revo tyres.


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