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  • If you could only have one chassis…..

    If you could only have one chassis under all your cars what would it be?

    ps, I know one type won’t really fit all but play along anyway.

    pps, there are no wrong answers here
    Last edited by Michael Squier; February 1, 2022, 09:11 AM.

  • #2
    Scratchbuilt brass and steel custom made for the model in question.

    See? One size fits all
    -Harry

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    • Michael Squier
      Michael Squier commented
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      Well there you go, the exception to the rule. Love it!

  • #3
    A good bet is the Slot.it HRS or HRS 2 chassis.

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    • #4
      Probably something similar to what Dennis Sampson builds. I've had several come through here in proxy cars. Due to motor/gear choices they have not always been the fastest on the track, but they have always been the most pleasant to drive.

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      • #5
        My own
        Dave
        Peterborough Ont
        CANADA

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        • #6
          For me it would have to be a Slot-it chassis. One of the few chassis I can tune to perform decently.

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          • #7
            If time was not an issue a brass and steel chassis would be my preference. The enjoyment of creating something from some metal stock is priceless, especially when it performs well.
            Brad
            Ayton, ON Canada

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            • 6666hotrod
              6666hotrod commented
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              ABSOLUTELY : You NAILED That !!

          • #8
            Scaleauto with it's latest iteration as seen under the C7R R or RS Series cars. Those are proxy winners and I'd put one under anything...
            Loan Shark aka Matt
            I am Alive because Organ Donation Worked... TWICE
            Lake Country, BC, Canada
            Shark Pit: 38' Routed MDF

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            • #9
              More top 10 top 5 finishes with these chassis
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              The Jester
              of Da Lou (St. Louis) but from
              the Soxside (Chicago)

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              • #10
                I like the Scale Racing chassis. It has weight down low, so it holds the track well, it's adjustable and supports different motor pods. It is supposed t be a replacement for the slot.it chassis, but I found it works nicely to upgrade some of the toy brands. I am currently using a Scale Racing chassis in a Scalextric Mustang and will be using them to replace the chassis of some Carrera DTM cars. The only real downside is body mounts can be a challenge.
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                Last edited by Bal r 14; February 1, 2022, 11:27 AM.

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                • Hksk25
                  Hksk25 commented
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                  Who makes this chassis?

                  Harry

                • Bal r 14
                  Bal r 14 commented
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                  Scale Racing is the company's name. They are sold here: https://132slotcar.us/
                  Last edited by Bal r 14; February 1, 2022, 04:24 PM.

              • #11
                Thunderslot chassis for me. Minimal tuning, glue/true the tires and you have a winner.

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