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  • Scalextric Mustang GT4

    TGIF folks. Just my thoughts on the latest release.


  • #2
    Please everyone...remain seated

    On lowering....

    If you look at the chassis and how the body fits over it, it would take a great deal of chassis grinding/removal on the edges to have the body even clear it. You could slice the chassis and take those and glue them to body to separate them like we do on some "clamshell" designs. But I think I will leave it be.

    If rebuilding the rear gear is ok, I think maybe the Sloting Plus offset bushings could be a good approach?

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    If anyone has other ideas, please share away.


    • #3
      Photo of the 2019 GT4 Mustang Driven by: Scott Maxwell (CDN)/Seb Priaulx (GB

      I follow these cars cus they are the most like every day cars unlike nascar
      Merrimack, NH


      • #4
        The stock wheels are 18.2mm tall in the center, and with the stock tires mounted, they are 21.7mm tall
        Swapping to CBD or Slot.It 17x10 wheels with Quick Slick CB58 tires, these are 20.6mm tall.
        These would lower the ride height by .5mm. Not a lot, but it's heading in the right direction.
        Dickie Pearson
        Canterbury, NH

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