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  • NSR C7R Corvette

    Just received this car a few hours ago. I have to say that it is one good looking car. The guide flag needs a little attention but not a deal breaker. I know they have been around for quite awhile but it’s new to me.
    Ken
    Evansville, IN

  • #2
    Yes sir. Same here. She's a keeper. Motor change to Baby King for our NSR GT class, some Quick Slicks and NSR deep wood guide, that's it for me. Don't mess with a good thing. Find your float for your driving style and these cars are super smooth

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    • WB2
      WB2 commented
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      Curious as to why your club specs the Baby King.

  • #3
    Originally posted by wrangler#3 View Post
    Yes sir. Same here. She's a keeper. Motor change to Baby King for our NSR GT class, some Quick Slicks and NSR deep wood guide, that's it for me. Don't mess with a good thing. Find your float for your driving style and these cars are super smooth


    Yep, ^^^^^what he said^^^^
    Scott.....War Eagle River......Tampa, Florida, USA

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    • #4
      What... no picture of it??? C'mon! I don't care how it runs, I care how good it looks!!

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      • #5
        Hey, not my thread to start, but I'll play a little "I'll show you mine if you show me yours" This is pure American muscle meets the elegance of GT racing. Slap Castrol on it and what more could you ask for (inside joke)

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        • #6
          Originally posted by FootScoot View Post
          Just received this car a few hours ago. I have to say that it is one good looking car. The guide flag needs a little attention but not a deal breaker. I know they have been around for quite awhile but it’s new to me.
          These are my favorite GT3 car by NSR. In the last few years, NSR started offering these in a SW set up with a 25k motor. I’ve tested it against the AW King motor version with more torque. Much prefer the smoother powerband/responsiveness of the SW 25k. Incidentally, both produce near identical lap times on my home wood track, but the SW is MUCH easier to control and drive for what it’s worth...
          Founding member of Rocky Mountain Racers, a 1/32 club based in Calgary, Alberta Canada: http://www.facebook.com/rockymtnracers
          Canada’s Tourist Trophy Event Founder and Organizer: http://www.facebook.com/touristtrophycanada

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          • WB2
            WB2 commented
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            I had a chat with a Chicago area racer about NSR cars. He said they routinely swapped AW pods out for SW, SW being much preferred.
            He sold me a few Baby King motors but I still haven’t gotten around to swapping them with the 21K stock motors.

        • #7
          Does anyone know the difference between the NSR C6 and the C7? Some people seem to think the C7 runs better.
          Butch

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          • Courtney s
            Courtney s commented
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            If I recall the C7 has longer wheel base 84mm vs C6 81mm , but the C6 is lower 30mm vs C7 35mm
            I went with the C7 for my GT3 proxy car.

          • Pappy
            Pappy commented
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            Thanks Courtney. I compared the C6 to the Mosler and it looks to be the same wheelbase and width. The Mosler is lower.

        • #8
          Well I would post pics but frankly I haven’t figured out how to do it from the iPhone. Not sure if I can upload from my phone or do I need an outside photo provider.
          Ken
          Evansville, IN

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          • Ragtopman
            Ragtopman commented
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            It should easily upload from you phone. Just press on the camera icon top left...

        • #9
          By golly there is a little camera in upper left corner. Goes to show you how observant I am. Maybe I should say “Duh”.
          Ken
          Evansville, IN

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          • #10
            Here’s my Corvette.
            Ken
            Evansville, IN

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            • #11
              Ok here’s mine

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              • #12
                Here is my Proxy Car Cr6 Click image for larger version

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                • wrangler#3
                  wrangler#3 commented
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                  sweet wheels!

                • War Eagle River
                  War Eagle River commented
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                  Wrangler, They are stock NSR wheels. Pull your inserts and you’ll see.

              • #13
                Nice cars guys. The classic American sports car.
                Ken
                Evansville, IN

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                • #14
                  Wheels are NSR STOCK Came with the car. Now I have to Qualify for the GT3 Proxy.

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