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Author Topic:   Larson Race cars
Mod 78
Member
posted October 28, 2002 04:09 PM
They're really light, which is good. But I've heard they fold up without much effort. Not necessarily unsafe, just maybe a little too easy to bend a front end or rear clip. Just what i've seen around here. They're usually pretty fast though.

[This message has been edited by Woody44 (edited October 29, 2002).]

racer17j
Member
posted October 29, 2002 01:08 PM
they are a great dry slick car he spent alot of time testing at our track in the middle of the day with no water on the track to get them set up. yes they are pretty pricey but they are all moly and most of them they tig welded i believe he is still going with anybody to the track the first nite to help with a base line set up also. we don't have alot of them running around here but the track champ last two years was the #80 car on his web page


andykmod
Member
posted October 29, 2002 10:13 PM
Good dry-slick car if you know what to do with the car very nice people though.I would buy a Harris of the new K-MOD chassis for the best all around chassis


spde
Member
posted October 29, 2002 10:35 PM
I have seen a few Larson's but there just a car, I mean the don't stand out. If your looking for a new car check out www.bobpierceracecars.com bob is a nice guy and builds one heck of a car. They are fast!! Look at Shyrocks record this year before he left. I'm becomeing a distributer for them so email me if I can help. He is making 2 chassis designs one of which is not on the website yet. ltr spde