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  • cobra project

    snap tite clear coated and on an older front motor MRRC chassis
    fly motor and universal 2mm drive shaft from electric dreams cut down, brass gear
    scoots nice and smooth

    unfortunately the snap kits wheels are too small for inserts, time to search

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    Lookin good.............I have done a few "snaptite" Cobra conversions/builds. This one was converted from the factory "427" to resemble one of the "289" cars.

    Wheels and inserts are from RSLotracing, but, a few folks do make the correct Halibrand inserts.

    Cheers
    Chris Walker

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    Our 60's sportscar class requires a non podded chassis, a "slow" motor, and 9mm (max) rear tires, so this was built using a modified PCS chassis, and a BWA motor.
    The "427" side pipes were replaced with a single pipe (each side), exiting just below the bodywork.

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      The Snaptite Cobra is a good choice of kit and I've used Slot.it 15x8 hubs on mine and the kit inserts were a near perfect fit.

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