2011 was a spectacular year for PROTOform in the 1/8th IC Nitro On-Road class. Now only did 8 A-Main finalists at the IFMAR WORLDS in Homestead Florida chose the P909 body, but the other 2 A-Main drivers chose the PROTOform R15, which ran the quickest lap times of the entire event. In the end, Robert Pietsch brought home the very deserving win and trophy.
We decided to incorporate what we felt were the best characteristics of these two world class bodies to create the PROTOform PFR18. Loosely modeled after the car that conquered the 24HR of LeMans, this body style has a few tricks of it\'s own as well. There are a couple more molded in body stiffening contours to make the body more consistent. The EFRA legal (#31525) body conforms to all ROAR/IFMAR body rules
Available in 3 thicknesses - .040 Lexan (regular weight), .030 Lexan (light weight) and .025 Lexan (lightest weight) \'Pro-Lite\' for the expert racers. This body has a protective outer film, body side-stiffeners (w/hardware) and comes with a large PROTOform decal.
It\'s sure to be seen on many winner\'s podiums this season!Features:
Please note: This bodyshell is sold in crystal clear lexan and is shown painted for advertising purposes only.
- Made with Genuine .030 (light weight) Lexan
- Fits all IFMAR/EFRA/ROAR body specs
- Fits the EFRA \'Revised for 2011\' side height rules
- EFRA LEGAL #31525
- Molded in stiffening contours
- Latest in aerodynamic features and sleek contemporary styling.
- Paint then peel overspray film, window masks, and wing mounting hardware included
- Brand: Pro Line
- Part No: PL1530-30
- Fitment: 1/8 On Road
- Painted: Clear
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