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Old 09-06-2011, 08:07 PM   #1
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Question R7R Micro Raptor vs Blade TMC Micro Chassis???

I was looking for a chassis what do you think is better

the R7R Micro Raptor Chassis or the Blade TMC Toppless Micro Chassis

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Old 09-06-2011, 08:14 PM   #2
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I pmed ripper7777 about the rapter and got a response from him today. They are having problems with the computer that runs the cnc machine that cuts the chassis. So until they get that fixed they are not producing them. If you find a distributor that has them in stock please let me know. as I would like to get one as well
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Old 09-06-2011, 10:17 PM   #3
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rcgearheads.com sells the R7R kits. I have a Raptor and Eclipse chassis, I dig the Raptor the most out of the two......no suspension/chassis interference with the rear section like the Eclipse (too much ass on it). I haven't tried Blade's chassis yet, but feel the R7R units provide a bit more realistic look and more interior space for electronic goodness. The scaler chassis kits are bomber though.......tight! The Raptor is a nice chassis and looks good, and is very durable for only being six pieces of Delrin.

Edit.....product currently not available :/

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