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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-06-2011, 12:14 AM Thread Starter
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Predator Sprint Car 2011 Now Available

The best kept secret in 1/4 Scale is the Predator Sprint Car manufactured by GIANT RC. The 2011 version is now available. More information will follow but we just could not wait. This car has a winning history as many of you have experienced either by racing your own or by getting beat by one. The RTR package is $2195 and we will also sell custom packages for the experienced racer that has his own engines etc.

You can contact us at 800-266-7745 or larry@giantrc.us.

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And now for something completely different.

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Nice Car! Whats the side plate thickness?
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Ran my new predator right out of the box turned 5.8s thx giant rc and larry and jon very happy with car thx Ron..
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Definitely a different concept in a car chassis.....very nice ride!

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How thick are the side plates???


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thx guys.chester the side plates are .200 inch thick
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thx guys.chester the side plates are .200 inch thick

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