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  1. #16
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    I'm not sure which ones I have, but I do have photos and I will try and upload them and Pedro can tell you which is which.... I like them both!
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  2. #17
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    I am getting the 14 euro and gt12. I love my original 2010 pmp and the updated 2012. cant wait for the 14 with rear steer. going to be fast. thanks pedro
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  3. #18
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    Ed:the left is 2012(i lose the date to submit the chassis)that is very similar with 2014 model.The midle is the 2012 eurosport and the right is the 2011-gt12

  4. #19
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    Ok Pedro... I got it now!
    I turned the 2011 into the Euro with that extra motor box you sent me!
    The 2012 is still my GT12

  5. #20
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    I have heard that the Bulldog GT12 chassis is not the strongest in a wreck . Does anyone have any experience with this chassis ?
    Also looking at the front pans they don't look like they are held on that well .

  6. #21
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    All of the Bulldogs are OK in wrecks as far as I know. Certainly the 1, 2, and 3 are. The latest one I have no experience with, but I suspect it's fine, too. The strongest of the current top of the line GT12 chassis is likely the current Saunders, but Bulldogs hold up just fine.

    Greg

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