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Thats great news.

It would be nice if they could do the same with tyres "OD-ID-Step Width-Tyre Width-Compound" would be useful. T20-16-5-10-F15.

 

Have to agree. A good example is MJK who do a good job, publishing a tyre spec similar to your suggestion Grant.

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muchas gracias senor.


Cheers Grant

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Coming next April.

 

Matra-Simca MS 670 B - n.10 Le Mans 1973Drivers: J.P. Beltoise, F.CevertCode CA37a

 

This model comes with a new code as the body for this MS 670B is completely new,

having been designed after the car that raced in 1973.

 

A white body kit is planned with code CS37b for a later release,

The car shares the same chassis of the 1974 version of the Matra 670B (CA27): CS27t-60

 

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Here's the 3rd Slot.it Alfa of the new special DTM category!!!

 

Alfa Romeo 155 V6 TI #26 - Nurburgring DTM 1994

 

Driver: Carsten Struwe Code: CA35d

 

Just like all DTM cars, it will be sold in the inline version but with the possibility of being able to install our 4wd system.

 

This new car will be available in April 2017

NOTE: CA35c will be released AFTER this model.

 

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On the Matra I see a different air intake, any other differences?


John Warren

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Hi John - no idea on other differences, I don't know the real cars well enough, and that is all the information Slot.it have provided.

 

Small news update on pods below.

 

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We are discontinuing the EVO4 side- and anglewinder motor mounts.

Therefore, CH29 - CH62 - CH64 EVO4 motor mounts are being removed from our price list.

CH29 is replaced by CH61 Anglewinder motor mount 0,0mm offset - EVO6 - HARD

CH62 is replaced by CH67 Sidewinder 0.5mm offset motor mount - EVO6

CH64 is replaced by CH65 Sidewinder 1mm offset motor mount EVO6

 

This applies to any other products which may include the EVO4 version of these motor mounts:

KK11 Anglewinder conversion kit

KK13b Sidewinder 0.5mm offset conversion kit

KK12b Sidewinder 1mm offset conversion kit

CH31c Ready To Run HRS2 chassis, 0.5mm sidewinder

CH33b Starter Kit Sidewinder HRS2

 

As with CH30 and CH82 motor mount, the EVO6 version can be turned into an EVO4 version by cutting off the 2 side screw posts.

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A bit of catching up required. Been away traveling.

 

The Crocadile Audi R9. We've seen this car before from SCX, but I imagine this one will be a bit easier to launch around the track.

On December 31st, 2000, the 'Race of a Thousand Years', valid for the American Le Mans series, was raced on the Adelaide road circuit. Audi entered a R8 LMP decorated with a special 'crocodile' car livery as an homage to Australia. The race lasted 850 km only rather than 1000, and was won by the Audi No. 77 driven by Rinaldo Capello and Allan McNish.

 

Full album here. http://www.slot.it/i...lbum/index.html

 

Due out today. Code CA33a

 

 

 

 

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Lola B12/69 EV - Goodwood 2013

Drivers: P.Drayson, J.Cocker

Code: CA22e

 

Official selling date: January the 20th (today)

 

http://www.slot.it/i.../index.html#p=1

 

In the attached picture of the real car, as you can see, rear wheels' debris catching grids were missing.

That's why they're missing in the Slot.it model too.

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The car raced this way to reduce its weight and be faster.

 

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Warning: Jagermeifter fans on tight budget, - look away now.

 

NZRoscoe is automatically poor-burgered....... ( His entire slot case, all classes consists of orange cars, and his original, beloved Jager Group C is tiring. )

 

Code: CA09h - Porsche956 KH #20

This car raced the 1000 km of Hockenheim, which was part of the 1985 FIA World Endurance Championship that year.

Release date 20th February.

I don't have any chassis shots, but it is the usual inline S-can, now labeled V12-4 23,000 rpm. They are the same motor power as the V12-3 have been for about 3 1/2 years [since the "brown endbell" batch], but the spec now acknowledges the typical spin speed, rather than stating 21,500 of the earlier V12-3 motors.

 

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The second Slot.it release this month is a GT40 which raced LE Mans 1967.

This GT40, painted in the Scuderia Filipinetti's white striped red livery, was driven by M.Casoni and U.Maglioli.

Usual sidewinder setup.

Also release date 20th February.

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Been a bit busy, so here's a bit of catch-up, pics of some upcoming releases.

 

Toyota 86C - 3D Prototype - CA41 Group C - coming soon

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Audi R8 LMP - #4 - 24h Le Mans 2001 CA33b - Classic - ON SALES Q3 - Q4 2017

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McLaren F1GTR - #27 - FIA GT Donington 1997 CA10l - Classic - ON SALES Q4 2017

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Gee I've been slack. Several lots of news missed while we've been away loitering the alleyways of assorted towns and cities. Anyway, One for release today.

 

Alfa Romeo 33/3 n.8 - 1000 Km Buenos Aires 1972

Drivers: N.Vaccarella, C.Pairetti

code: CA11i

 

Official selling date: June the 30th

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They're back from vacation and the first release is due out on Monday.

 

Porsche 962C KH n.17 - Le Mans 1991 CA17e

This car raced at Le Mans in 1991 in the classic livery of sponsor Repsol. The car was driven by Oscar Larrauri, Jésus Pareja and Walter Brun.

 

More pictures are available in their Facebook Page.

https://www.facebook.com/Slotit-company-page-164361856938723/

 

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I've got a video of this race with a crestfallen Jesus abandoning this car somewhere out on the circuit very near the end while it was in for a good finish

Edited by lenny broke

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Matra-Simca MS 670 B - n.10 Le Mans 1973 Drivers: J.-P. Beltoise, F.Cevert Code CA37a

 

This model comes with a new code as the body for this MS 670B is completely new, having been based on the car that raced in 1973

 

Official selling date: September the 28th

 

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A white body kit is planned with code CS37b for a later release, the car shares the same chassis of the 1974 version of the Matra 670B (CA27): CS27t-60

Available also the CA37z white kit.

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New Slot.it Group C

 

Nissan R90CK n.27 - JSPC - 1991 Drivers: V. Weidler, A.Nakaya

code: CA28e Official selling date: October the 4th

 

Same body as the Nissan Tenora CA28b

Photo-etch added to the tail, to make the car similar to the real one.

 

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Audi R8 LMP model, a car destined to be dominant on all endurance race tracks for several years. For its Le Mans debut in 2001, Joest Racing entered the works cars from Ingolstadt in the LMP P 900 class.

 

Drivers: S. Johansson, P. Lemarié, T. Coronel

Code: CA33b

 

Standard as angle-winder boxer. Can also be setup as an inline using he boxer or S-can motor, but not compatible with sidewinder pods.

Available for shipping next week

 

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