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  • RichD
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    I did order a rolling chassis with a 16.5 ohm armature, a 15 tooth crown gear plus some spare guide pins. We have been considering having a class for cars that are run completely stock right out of the box. This may be just the ticket.

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  • Maddman
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    AFX style pickups. Relocated axle holes to allow a low chassis with 350/450 tires. This thing is never going to be approved to race against a "Traditional" style T-Jet such as Aurora, Dash, Wizzard and AW (without traction magnets).

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  • RichD
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    I just heard about the new OS3 cars when I was at LenJet recently. Several of the guys in my club will be getting cars to try them out, I plan on doing that as well. Unlike the T-Dash or WizzJet these cars are not more or less clones of the original Aurora Thunderjet car, running them in the same class as those cars could be problematic. If a new car is greatly superior allowing it to run in the same class would make everything else obsolete and force everyone to buy new cars. The HOCOC racing season has already started, so the OS3 cars would not be allowed to compete as T-Jet SS cars until the 2022-2023 season. Possibly the 16 ohm armatures would be legal once they are commonly available.

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  • SouthShoreRacing
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    It does look like an interesting design. I agree that it probably won't be approved for Fray, etc., but they could make an excellent IROC class.

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  • keven
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    I like the assortment of gear colors!
    and o-ring front tires to boot!
    slip on rear tires are also a bonus feature…

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  • Axle
    started a topic New pancake chassis from One Stop Slot Shop

    New pancake chassis from One Stop Slot Shop

    I got an email announcement from One Stop Slot Shop (OS3) saying they are now selling their own custom pancake chassis, the "TFX".

    It's an interesting design. It doesn't follow the Dash model of trying to closely replicate the T-jet. It's promoted as a hybrid of the T-jet and AFX, and has some custom features as well. It also looks like OS3 has produced all of the parts needed for the chassis, including custom armatures which will be available in 5 different ohm values (5.5, 14.5, 16.5, 18.0, and 20.0).

    Interesting details are that is has a snap in rear axle, snap in guide pin, and is lowered like an AFX and uses AFX compatible pickup shoes. It also has all plastic gears, including the motor pinion.

    Oh, and the web site has been completely redesigned as well. The site is onestopslotshop DOT com.

    It doesn't seem like the chassis is likely to be eligible for Fray style racing classes, but the armatures might be eventually. And maybe some of the other parts could be useful. It's certainly fun to see someone investing in new pancake chassis production.
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