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  • REVOSLOT Toyota GTone

    Just the first glance.

    By the numbers? It's a little wide. 1.95 MM over scale. Not a lot. Nothing that bothers me. The rest of the car is about as good as it gets.

    -Harry


  • #2
    Those are dang sexy.

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    • #3
      Great looking cars. Wish mine wasn’t such a turd. Sometimes a dud comes along. Probably have to get the other 2...you know, just to make sure it ain’t me!
      Scott.....War Eagle River......Tampa, Florida, USA

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      • #4
        These are indeed very purdy!

        Haven't bought any Revoslot as yet, but have driven a Porsche from one of the guys in our club which seemed stable and easy to drive.

        We run all our tires on Paul Gage Tires, anyone know off hand which PG tires will fit those rear (ribbed?) wheels?

        Thanks in advance!
        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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        • #5
          PG 21125LMDF
          -Harry

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          • Giddyup
            Giddyup commented
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            Thanks Harry!

        • #6
          thanks Harry. was wondering the same thing,

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          • #7
            YW. That tire size is what works best for sanding/truing. I always go up 1mm for that purpose. The size installed won't be that after truing of course
            -Harry

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            • #8
              Here the 2 sizes and thought it was important to show them turned inside out.

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              This shows the that the center is filled to keep them flush. The grooves will match the Thunderslot wheels of course. But some have asked about the center, so here they are.
              -Harry

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              • #9
                Here is the "Tire Talk" for the car. I do discuss using the smaller RS75 and show how to use the Razor for truing fronts/PG



                Hope it helps a few of you
                -Harry

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                • #10
                  Great video! Appreciate the time and effort.
                  Chris aka CJR RACING Denver, Colorado and Nagasaki, Japan

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                  • #11
                    These cars a re awesome all around!
                    Cincyslots.com

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                    • #12
                      Final road test and comments.



                      Great car indeed.
                      -Harry

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