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Hello Estud2,

I saw these pictures that you posted of the 307 and 205 over on SlotAdictos
Thanks for posting them here.

I can only read SlotAdictos and ForoSlot via the Google translator of course


What does the 307 go like? Compared to say the Ninco Renault Clio S1600 or the Ninco Subaru ProRace?

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Hi:
The 307 it is a 4WD(mixed crown-belt). It is longer than the Subaru. The lenght from rear axel to steer is optimal to racing car.
It is powered with a NC5, very good engine.
Very easy to drive, and I recommend you to buy.
I have being waiting for it for a month.

I hope you enjoy it.

Gonzalo
 

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Hi, me again

The Ninco 307 is an autenthic Ready to Run Car. Only change the front tyres with Pinkar low profile, and the rear tyres with Proslot 19x11.
Cut 1/2 mm the steer and go to the race. Fantastic.
It have got a proshock system and works fine.
It worths the money you spend in it.
Bye
Gonzalo
 

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Gonzalo,

Is that your track the cars are sitting on? I think I need to see more photos of it.

No.

I know I need to see more photos of it. Do you have a website? Maybe you could post some photos in the Tracks and Scenery section?

[Edit]
Oops! Just looked again and there doesn't seem to be a slot in that 'track' so I guess it's just a diorama.
 
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