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  • Got a question on HOPRA rules

    I've been reading the HOPRA rules and Pancake chassis are allowed in Vintage T-Jet, Modified Car, and Unlimited Car classes.
    In the Modified Car class they specifically state the AFX Super G+ chassis.
    What is the difference between the AFX SuperG+ chassis and the AFX Ultra G+ chassis?

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    There is no AFX Ultra G+, maybe you meant Mega G+?

    There's an "Ultra G" by AutoWorld, it's a T-Jet like chassis with a traction magnet.

    The Mega G+ is the current product by AFX, the Super G+ was made by AFX (Tomy) in the 80s. They are totally different chassis.

    There are some modern and improved versions of the Super G+ made by Viper (V1) and BSRT (G3), the Viper V1 is still in production, the G3 is not.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by roadranger View Post
        I've been reading the HOPRA rules and Pancake chassis are allowed in Vintage T-Jet, Modified Car, and Unlimited Car classes.
        In the Modified Car class they specifically state the AFX Super G+ chassis.
        What is the difference between the AFX SuperG+ chassis and the AFX Ultra G+ chassis?
        I don't see anywhere on the rules that specifies pancake chassis other than vintage T-jet.

        Unlimited seems to be just that, but all of the chassis listed under Modified are in-line chassis.

        Modified:
        Legal chassis are: BSRT T2/G3/G3R/G3RS/G3RSB, Mattel/Tyco 440x2, Slottech Panther/Panther 02, Thundercat T3, T1X, Tomy AFX Super G+, Wizzard Storm/Fusion, Viper V1
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        I also don't see any mention of any pancake chassis other than tjet and boutique tjet reproductions. No magna-traction or Xtraction listed, or the Auto World thunderjet.

        The Auto World tjet chassis with an added traction magnet is called the "ThunderJet Ultra G". Maybe that's what you were thinking of?

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