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    Olifer products are designed for slot car enthusiasts by slot car enthusiasts!
    We invite everybody who has built a car with an Olifer chassis to share pictures or link to topics so we can learn from each other.

    In the meanwhile, you can have a look at what is already available in our Facebook Album
    Last edited by olifer.pt; 07-22-2016, 10:12 AM.

  • #2
    Here's my Fly Dodge viper on the new Olifer chassis:



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    • #3
      Thanks for sharing Bob - it looks amazing!

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      • #4
        Looks good Bob, what interior did you use?

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        • #5
          Looks even better now that I have painted visible areas of the chassis black. This version of the Fly Viper came from the factory with a tray interior. The other version with the ground control channels in the back has a full interior.

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          • #6
            Here's my latest. A SRC Capri 2600R. This conversion was expensive as it involved buying a sideway group 5 capri to get the interior and wheels. I stole the motor pod, motor, gear and axle from a slot.it Porsche 962. And I said I'd never spend more than $100 on a slot car, ha!
            First the SRC body and chassis.

            Next the SRC chassis.

            Next the Olifer chassis with sideways and slot.it parts attached.

            The sideways interior.

            The sideways interior in the SRC body.

            The finished project.


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            • #7
              Nice job on the Capri - with all these 3D printed chassis's you'd think there would be someone make tray interiors for some of these cars even if they were lexan?

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              • #8
                only another step

                Originally posted by slotbutton View Post
                Nice job on the Capri - with all these 3D printed chassis's you'd think there would be someone make tray interiors for some of these cars even if they were lexan?
                Why not a 3D printed interior?

                Scott

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                • #9
                  Unfortunately 3D printed interiors would be a bit expensive, so we're working on lexan replacements.

                  Thanks for all the suggestions!

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                  • #10
                    MRRC Toyota Celica

                    Olifer chassis on a MRRC Toyota Celica. Very impressed, the car runs in the 5.9s to 6.0 second range. The chassis was nice and flat and the flex was reduced with piano wire.

                    Rob

                    Dark paper interior with the original driver/steering wheel/dash




                    Slight trimming of chassis edges for float.


                    Piano wire helped eliminate most of the chatter that was caused by the flex.

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                    • #11
                      Question, what's the tape on the bottom of the chassis for?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Modlerbob View Post
                        Question, what's the tape on the bottom of the chassis for?
                        Tuning secrets!.... it's to damping the pod movement and to take out the pod chatter

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                        • #13
                          Fly Marcos

                          This car has been on the shelf for close to 4yrs,thanks to an Olifer chassis its now a competitive GT car that laps our 4 lane wood track in the 8.3-8.4 range with a fast lap of 8.1.
                          Well setup Slotits and NSR are in this range.

                          Build parts,

                          Olifer chassis
                          CBD wheels.
                          Supertires on rear.
                          Parma 3/32 drill blank axle.
                          Slotit 25 tooth gear.
                          Slotit 10 tooth pinion.
                          TSRF front grooved axle for independent rotation.
                          Slotit inline pod.
                          Sloting plus wood guide.
                          Sloting plus smooth shoulder screws.
                          Slotit lexan McLaren interior.
                          Pirahna motor.

                          Now for the 64000 dollar question.

                          When are the Fly Corvette chassis coming???
                          Thanks for the great chassis

                          DE38





                          Last edited by DE38; 09-05-2016, 06:40 AM.

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                          • #14
                            Nice car, lots of goodies (parts) on it!

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                            • #15
                              Another Celica:







                              Times are right on par with the fastets of my Sideways Gr5 cars

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