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Hi guys...

Yesterday when we had a race night... we started talking about scratchbuilding and stuff... Since my friend and I have quite a few old 1/24 Tamiya's we decided to try a existing 1/24 plactic shelf-queen into a slotcar... and making it as fast as possible to race in this open class...

I decided to take a Porsche 911 (964) Cup for the job.
The question is... how to make a propper chassis... or could we use the standard chassis of the car?

I think we better make an independent simple chassis... fit the motor and axles... fit the guide... and then mount the body onto it..

I think it easier than adjusting the original chassis.

What do you guys think?

G.
 

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In order to get the car "as fast as possible to race in this open class", I believe the best way to go is to use a dedicated 1/24 Schoeler, Motor Modern or Plafit chassis... if your rules allow that. The are many German web sites about Tamiya 911 GT2 kit conversions, e.g. here http://www.slotcar-schmiede.de/
 

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What about a TSRF 1/24th Chassis?.

Easy to fix the Porsche sheel to the chassis with the TSRF side brackets.

Regards

Alan
 
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