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Hot Pursuit! . . This time around I bring you a motorized cop supercar which is meant as a tribute to the Hot Pursuit-series in Need For Speed. And of course I give all you guys nothing less than lots of speed with a twist of madness. I let you decide if my second car is worth giving a COMMENT and a LIKE ;) Wanna see some crazy driving? This car is based on the experiences from TwinBolt, my previous supercar. As you can see I've gone with the Race Buggy motor, which of course is way more powerful than the previous setup of twin PF M motors. I had to gear it down improving acceleration and using the torque as efficiently as possible. It has no differential as I found it better keeping it simple (although it makes cornering somewhat harder), and to save weight. In the end I saved about 130 grams compared with TwinBolt. Another lesson I learned from TwinBolt was to create enough ground and wheelarch clearances. That really helped me trusting the performance and reliability of the car. During filming I couldn't reach max velocity because of the small floor space. But I still crashed the car about 10 times, hard...really hard! It's a beast with a mind of it's own. You wouldn't want that sight in your rear-view mirror... Propulsion: 5292 Race Buggy motor Steering: 1 x M motor with return-to-center (x928cx1) Receiver: Power Functions V2 Gearing: 1:1,5 Power: 8878 battery Weight: 610 g MaxV: Insane! It would be most appreciated if you gave me your opinion on this one? That would certainly be valuable before I bring my next supercar... MUST GO FASTER! Regards Dave Benson

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