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Just use a regular RC10 kickup and flatten it until it is just right.

I am in the process of doing the same thing with a B3 kickup so I can reduce caster for carpet/asphalt use. (This will involve making a new top plate from aluminum, but you don't have that problem with a Dual Sport.) Yes, I know I can get different caster blocks to reduce caster, but that ends up giving less than optimal steering geometry.

BTW, I have a Grand Motorsports Dual Sport graphite conversion car for sale if you want another one.
 

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No, it is not completely flat.

If, as you stated in the first post, you "need a front kick up plate for a RC10DS", get an RC10 kickup and bend it until it matches the RC10DS profile.

On the other hand, if you want to make your own chassis, just go for it. But it won't be an RC10 chassis or an RC10DS chassis, it will be an "IVIONSTER" chassis.
 
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