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cowboysir
2009.05.17, 10:50 PM
Anybody ever try it? I thought that since the 360 is a fairly light and low body I might try dremelling out the rear wheel areas to make it fit a 98mm chassis I'm building up...

good idea/bad idea? if you've attempted this please share results/thoughts...

hrdrvr
2009.05.18, 09:15 AM
My buddy dremeled one of my old ones out to try it at 98mm. I took it for a twirl around the track, and it didnt seem much different than an enzo. It was fairly aggressive, with a tiny little rear overhang, and you can put some nice and wide wheels under there. He is big on longer wheel bases, and ruined it when he tried to dremel it all the way out to 102mm :eek: It has NO rear overhang at 102, lol. Thanks kromie!

MantisMMA
2009.05.18, 10:52 AM
it felt pretty good but you cannot put more than a +1 on the rear of it. it is a fairly aggressive body even at 98mm.

JuniorWKR
2009.05.18, 12:31 PM
one of the guys at our lhs tried it. It seemed to have a little more rotation than at 94mm but still had very similiar characteristics...

cowboysir
2009.05.18, 06:56 PM
all of your responses give me the impression that I will be trying it.

Thanks, gents.;)

egonzalez
2009.05.27, 10:22 PM
all of your responses give me the impression that I will be trying it.

Thanks, gents.;)


How did it work out?

cowboysir
2009.05.28, 12:52 AM
I'll be trying it out on track this weekend...;) I'll be sure to post my impressions (however basic they may be:D)