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Thread: GT 12 chassis

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    GT 12 chassis

    What is your GT12 chassis of choice ?

    1. On a flat track
    2. On a banked King

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    PMP on a flat track. and the ASP4 or Slick 7 K2. never tried our "flat track" chassis on a banked track.
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    If you are looking for one thats good for both i would have to say the asp-4 is real hard to beat as far as handling on both style tracks.....

    For flat tracking : Sanders 2010---pmp- --bulldog3 ,are the most common now a days...

    For bank tracks; i had good luck with the old slick7 extreme chassis, as well as the asp 4 again....never tired the tazer by mack but it looks ok....
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    Here at BPR I"ve found the the GTX chassis are a little quicker than the ASP IV-- but both are very good!!

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    I really like the Saunders 1 on the King track. It's the fastest car around the donut I've ever seen.

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    I have always like the Mack chassis, but i have found a new chassis that is just as good if not better and it is the new 2014 PMP chassis from Pedro Mizarela in Portugal. If interested in getting one let me know. Here are a few pics of the new chassis.
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    I can see the new PMP has what looks like some music wire braces at the front that the old model doesn't have .
    What is the part number of this newer model ?

    this is the old model

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    Quote Originally Posted by Casey Scott View Post
    I have always like the Mack chassis, but i have found a new chassis that is just as good if not better and it is the new 2014 PMP chassis from Pedro Mizarela in Portugal. If interested in getting one let me know. Here are a few pics of the new chassis.
    I used this chassis to qualify 2nd at flats, but had difficulties avoiding wrecks. It is definitely faster than the 2011 model, which I still like alot as well.
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    I haven't had any bad chassis from PMP... they all work really well!

    I like the 2012 GT12 chassis as I can change out the wire for more or less bite and softness.

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    I've been running the 2010 PMP GT12 chassis a lot. I also have the Mack Bulldog 1 and 2. At the Flats this year, I found that the PMP was not as good as the Bulldogs so I ran my BD2 this year. My car was flat out on most of the track. I just didn't have enough HP to have a great qualifying run. During the race I had enough HP but just made too many mistakes to finish well.
    Gary Johnson

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdC View Post
    I haven't had any bad chassis from PMP... they all work really well!

    I like the 2012 GT12 chassis as I can change out the wire for more or less bite and softness.
    I thought there was only a 2011 and a 2014 from Pedro?
    Jay Herrod

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaybird View Post
    I thought there was only a 2011 and a 2014 from Pedro?
    There is only the 2011 and 2014. There are a couple prototypes that would be 2013's, but there's only a couple of them around. The "2012" EdC is referring to is likely a 2011...
    Michael Colvin

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    I've never raced GT-12 on a banked track, That being said I maintain two GT-12 cars for the flat track, a Mack Bulldog2 and a Saunders BSP10, I won at the nats with the bulldog 2, and came in second to George Russell at the Flats this year with the Bulldog 2. It seems when there is more rubber on the track I prefer the Bulldog, when its a green track the Saunders seems to be what I end up racing.
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    Michael Colvin:the chassis Ed said 2012 is my prototype 2012 but i loose the date to submit.that model is like the euro Justin have.The diference betwen 2012 and 2014 is the stering on the rear.

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    You've got too many prototypes, Pedro. It's confusing.
    Michael Colvin

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