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  • Wicker Bill
    started a topic 1/24 Home Series

    1/24 Home Series

    Are there any reviews of these cars anywhere?
    Id be interested in measurements to see if the chassis would be suitable for powering 1/24 models.

  • keechracer
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    Scaleauto and Scaleracing

    Thanks and best wishes to Chris. ~Ron

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  • Scaleracing
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    Cars coming in next shipment

    Waiting for new in stock reports then building a new shipment from China and Spain.
    Subject to inventory and processing I expect new stock mid July.

    Regarding guides I have used the guides designed for 1:32 scale cars SC-1603, 1604, 1607 and SC-1608.

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  • keechracer
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    Awesome. Will the regular guide's work? If not do you have the part number for the guide?
    Also, when are you getting more complete cars? ~Ron

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  • Scaleracing
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    SC-8500 Home Series 1:24 scale Chassis kit.

    Here is the Scaleauto HS chassis kit.



    http://www.132slotcar.us/store/produ...oducts_id=9943

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  • Scaleracing
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    Chassis is adjustable.

    Ideal for turning model kits into a 1:24 scale race car,

    We will be landing rolling chassis soon.

    We have the bare chassis and mounting kits in stock. Just need to get them into the system, Recent events have slowed that process down.

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  • dangermouse
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    In the standard Scaleauto setup - the mounting brackets attach to the body and then the chassis attaches to the mounting brackets. You can buy this chassis as a spare part - this includes some plastic body mounting posts like regular 1/32 cars that you can also use.

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  • Wicker Bill
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    Does the body mount to the metal outriggers or the plastic chassis?

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  • keechracer
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    Impressions of the chassis compared to metal chassis?

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  • OffRoader
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    Pictures of top and bottom.
    This is from the 1/24th Viper.
    The plastic portion of the chassis is slightly narrower than 55mm. The metal side plates fit the Viper.
    The wheelbase as set is approx 106mm. It can probably be shortened by 8mm without cutting. It can go longer by 10mm or so.
    The width over the rear wheels is 80mm, width between the rear wheels is 54mm. The wheels can come in about 4mm each side easily.
    Oddly the hex screws are 1.5mm to attach the body, and 0.050 to attach the plates to the chassis. The wheelbase adjustment are philips screws.



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    Last edited by OffRoader; 06-19-2018, 11:21 PM. Reason: Hex screw size wrong!

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