Originally Posted by Wet Coast Racer
From other folks' opinions, I believe you're right. And it wouldn't be too hard to crank out another production run from the old moulds; and even better if a pod made to their current standards, with some degree of offset, we're to be produced.
We are in violent agreement on that point!
I'm impatiently awaiting the arrival of the SICH74 motor pod. I want to update my RAW Nissan with this pod. After finding a few things that needed a bit of tweaking on the Lola I bought, I'm loving the car. Nice, smooth and quiet. Now I want to get my RAW car running like the Lola.
I know in the 1/24 th scale world, when we race inline retro cars, I like to move the motor as close as possible to the rear axle centerline. The car just handles so much better.
Hopefully we will soon see those 0 offset, .5 mm offset, .75 mm offset and 1.0 mm offset inline motor pods for the inline cars. Yes, the motor does turn in the reverse direction, but a simple 'flip' of the crown gear will make that problem go away.
But then we can talk about which is better . . . . Clockwise (CW) or Counterclockwise (CCW) and the effects it has on handling!