Speaking of a 10 Year Anniversary, the IIC is having theirs out in Vegas this weekend. As with most “big races”, lots of new gear gets shown off. Of particular interest to touring car drivers is a new PROTOform body being raced by Juho Levanen. No details have been released, but if it’s PROTOform its likely to be setting the pace up front. We’ll post complete information when it becomes available, until then you can check out more PROTOform products over on their Official Website.
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For all you on-road fanatics, PROTOform has announced some new goodies. First up is their new Gen3-C Clear Body. The Gen3-C features the distinct look of a NASCAR Nationwide Series car and was designed for maximum performance on the track. Featuring an add-on spoiler, double step splitter, and bumped out area for battery clearance, the PROTOform Gen3-C has all the features you are looking for in a NASCAR type body. It fits most 200mm sedans, has a part number of #1237-25, a street price of $29, and you can get complete details by hitting up This Link.
The PROTOform crew also announced a second body, the Strakka-12. The Strakka-12 gives the look of a WEC series car and was designed help get your 1/12th scale pan car around the track faster than ever. The part number is #1614-30, it is priced at $20, and full details are available over on the official PROTOform Website.
Last but not least, PROTOform has come up with a lexan body cleaner called PROTOshine. If you are anything like us, you tend to get a lot of scuffs and tire marks on your bodies, PROTOshine helps to remove these. The part number for PROTOshine is 6263-00, it costs $6, and you can Click Here for more information.
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The teasing is officially over and our friends over at PROTOform have released full information on their new Formula 1 bodies. With most of the BSRC staff being big F1 fans, we have been eagerly waiting their release.
The F1-Thirteen is molded to the 2013 specifications, while the F1-Fourteen is made to look like the current generation of Formula 1 cars. Both are made from .030″ genuine Lexan and require Tamiya front wings to complete the look. An injection molded driver’s helmet is included, as is a decal sheet that features steering wheel details, seatbelts, car numbers, and a variety of helmet visor colors.
The part number for the Thirteen is #1537-30, the Fourteen is #1538-30, and they are street priced at $28. For complete details hit up the official PROTOform Website.
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PROTOform F1 Gallery
PROTOform has long been known for making some of the best bodies available for on-road cars, now they are teasing some new F1 bodies. If these are anything like their other products, they are sure to be the best available in both looks and performance. Unfortunately all we get for now is a teaser picture, but expect full details soon!
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Need a new car stand for your touring car or 12th scale pan car? The fine folks over at PROTOform have announced their latest and it looks pretty trick. Made from a tough alloy and power coated black, it makes your car easier to wrench on while making your pit spot look sano. Four rubber grommets are used to keep your car from sliding around, while four holes in the top are perfect for rebuilding shocks.
The part number is #6256-00 and they are street priced at $34. Hit up This Link to get complete details over on PROTOform’s official website.
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The PROTOform crew has announced two new bodies, the VRS-N, and the PFM-12.
The 200mm VRS-N pictured above is made for 1/10th scale nitro touring cars. The VRS-N incorporates an air management system inspired by full-scale touring cars. It has a low profile in the front and uses strategically placed airflow conditioners for the ultimate in aero efficiency. It has a part number of #1539-30 and is priced at $25.
The PFM-12 is pictured in the gallery below and is made to fit 1/12 pan cars running in the new GT12 class that is blowing up in the UK right now. Using inspiration from supercars, the PFM-12 utilizes a low-slung cab-forward design to give your 12th scale excellent handling. Its part number is #1613-30 and is priced at $25
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The crew over at PROTOform have announced new apparel so you can show your love for the hobby while out pulling trigger. The new apparel includes a Heritage t-shirt, an Aero Matters t-shirt, and a Champions zip-up hoodie for those colder days. The apparel is available in all the popular sizes with prices ranging from $16 to $53. Hit up THIS LINK over on the PROTOform website for more information.
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If you’ve done any touring car driving, you have probably experienced body tuck. If you haven’t, body tuck is when one of your buddies hits the rear of your car causing the body to get sucked into the wheel. Body tuck makes your car extremely hard to drive and can definitely ruin a good run out on the track.
PROTOform has some new Anti-Tuck Body Stiffeners to eliminate the problem. These are molded out of crystal clear Lexan and mount with three screws. The stiffeners also help to reduce unwanted body fluttering at speed. The part number for the stiffeners is #1721-00, they have a street price of $10, and you can get more information at This Link over on PROTOform’s website.
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Figuring out where to drill the mounting holes on your freshly painted touring car body can be a real hassle so PROTOform has a new kit that should make it a whole lot easier. PROTOform’s new Crosshair Body Mounting Kit uses magnets to help you perfectly align and mark the holes before you drill.
* Uses high powered magnets for pinpoint accuracy
* Red anodized aluminum w/ storage box
* Perfect for mounting painted rc bodies
* Fits on most on-road car’s body posts
The Crosshair mounting kit has a part number of #6032-00 and is priced at $25. To get more information over on the official PROTOform website simply click This Link.
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PROTOform Crosshair Gallery
PROTOform’s latest body is a lightweight version of their G6-T oval body. It is molded from lightweight .025″ genuine Lexan and is designed to give ultra-high downforce. In the picture above the G6-T sports a slick “Breaking Bad” paint job, but comes in clear so you can put your personal paint scheme on it.
* Comes with spoiler mounting hardware
* Includes over-spray film, window masks and decal sheet
* Fits most popular 200mm sedans
The part number is #1236-25, it has a street price of $29, and you can get more information at This Link.
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When it comes to making world class racing bodies for touring cars, PROTOform is the king of the hill. Their latest body, the Mazda6 GX, is sure to win as many races as it will turn heads with its cool look.
The PROTOform Mazda6 GX is a 190mm clear Lexan body designed to fit on touring cars. It comes with details like hood air extractors, striking lines, and a signature Mazda grill. The body is fully licensed and comes with overspray protection, window masks, and a rear wing.
There are two part numbers, #1536-25 for the light weight version, #1536-30 for the regular, and you can expect a street price of right around $25. Hit up This Link for more information over on the official PROTOform website.
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The crew over at PROTOform have announced their latest oval body, the Cyclone 10.0. The Cyclone is a full 10″ wide resulting in a body good for rubber tire, loose dirt track, 4wd, and Nitro Late Model driving. For aerodynamic performance, the Cyclone features offset front fenders and skewed quarter panels on the rooftop vortex generators. The Cyclone is all about downforce, side bite, and going fast.
The part number for the Cyclone 10.0 is #1235-21, the street price is $37, and you can get more information at This Link.
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PROTOform Cyclone Gallery
PROTOform has just announced their latest body, a 1971 Pontiac Trans Am. Once again the PROTOform crew has knocked one out of the park, the Trans Am looks awesome and it should perform quite well on your VTA racer or cul-de-sac speed machine.
With scale realism all the rage, PROTOform put lots of scale detailing into the Trans Am, examples of this are the shaker hood scoop, duck tail rear spoiler, and aggressive front beak. The Trans Am also comes with a spare nose cone just in case you crash as often as we do.
* Officially licensed by General Motors
* Lots of details for added scale realism
* Formed from genuine GE .030 lexan
* Fits VTA rules touring cars
* Comes with extra nose cone & hardware
* Extensive decal sheet is supplied
* Comes with over spray film and window masks
* Length: 17.87”
* Height: 4.17”
* Wheelbase: 10.24”
* Width at front wheel wells: 7.8”
* Width at rear wheel wells: 8.15”
The part number for the PROTOform ’71 Trans Am is #1535-30, it has a street price of $33, and it has a release date of September 19th.
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PROTOform Trans Am Gallery