[Upd. at last! July 2016] FWD on FWD, YrfII-SP Civic-bodied

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Re: [Upd. at last! July 2016] FWD on FWD, YrfII-SP Civic-bod

Post by Lonestar » Wed Jul 06, 2016 11:59 am

Cheers, Todd - thanks to rc10talk for keeping me motivated to (finally) finish it! :)
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Re: [Upd. at last! July 2016] FWD on FWD, YrfII-SP Civic-bodied

Post by Mr. ED » Thu Jun 15, 2017 10:01 pm

Late to the party, but I think this car deserves more attention.
While this pro version probably handles better on a larger variety of tracks I was more impressed with the shockless stock version.

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Re: [Upd. at last! July 2016] FWD on FWD, YrfII-SP Civic-bodied

Post by klavy69 » Fri Jun 16, 2017 2:26 am

I've run across several of these since this post. Wishing I could afford one when they show up but even the basket cases seem to demand big bucks.
These are definitely worth the money in cool factor but I can always come visit Pauls here in this thread for a little less bucks :mrgreen:

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Re: [Upd. at last! July 2016] FWD on FWD, YrfII-SP Civic-bodied

Post by Lonestar » Fri Jun 16, 2017 9:35 am

klavy69 wrote:
Fri Jun 16, 2017 2:26 am
I've run across several of these since this post. Wishing I could afford one when they show up but even the basket cases seem to demand big bucks.
These are definitely worth the money in cool factor but I can always come visit Pauls here in this thread for a little less bucks :mrgreen:

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