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Shebang!!!

This is B.E.A.U.T.I.F.U.L.L.!!!

I'm glad I pre-ordered it!!!

Come to daddy... come to daddy!!!

It will be perfect in my ETCC-based pit-lane...

Whooooooooooosh....

Greetz

Gunther
 

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Just paid a visit to Evotec's site to see more of it and yes, it's a beautiful new release from Fly.

For those interested (and I know TDI Fahrer will be ! ) a team set is planned later in the year.
 

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wow

i am thinking of buying one of these but the question for me is will it beat a ninco clk or m3 on a routed, copper lane, track?
 

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Ooh, shiney pretty car.

You see, I wasn't in the least bit interested when I heard of this release...

Ooh, shiney pretty car....
 

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Nah Inte
, fly cars with the motors in the front arn't usually good performers on wood routed tracks. At my local club (pendle scc) no one goes near them. Shame, I'd love to race one, but I'd loose...

(all this is, of course, if the motor is sat at the front)
 

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Has no one heard of using ballast to compensate for magnt removal? Or even leave the magnet in but add ballast for handling?


Mark.
 

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James,

The info regarding the TEAM set can be found on Fly's forthcoming schedule up to Xmas.

There is a topic about it I think, otherwise pay a vist to LESCARS's site.
 

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Fly Alfa 156 is front engine (just like the real car and as per photos evotec have)and with the full cockpit I bet it does not have alot of room for any additional weight.

We run of a routed track with copper braid and the kings of the fly front engine class is the Panoz but even with a complete upgrade its times don't compare favourably with most rear engined classes (except Ninco Nc1 classics and go karts)

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I once did race a Fly Lister Storm (front engined) in a championship at Pendle. I did get it on the pace, although, it took quite a bit of work. (filing all over the place! even on the motor to get a front axle in.) I had to add weight, which is something I never do. At the end of it all, i concluded - fast but fragile. Lovely model though!

I might give a ETCC BMW a try. Awaiting a Andy Priaulx livery... "Go Andy, Go!!!"

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TO ALL UK FLY CAR ENTHUSIASTS WAITING FOR THE ARRIVAL OF THE ALFA 156

I have had a message from Fly who would like to send their apologies - they normally despatch cars bound for the UK quite quickly along with the rest of Europe, but there has been a small delay. They were sent yesterday so should be in the UK on Tuesday or Wednesday of next week, and with your dealers by the weekend.


Aaron
 
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