PROTOform O.R.T (Oval Race Truck) body

RC Car Action - RC Cars & Trucks | PROTOform O.R.T (Oval Race Truck) body


From PROTOform:

Names like Bodine, Skinner and Hornaday continue to make the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series one of the most exciting racing series anywhere in the world today. The racing is fast and intense, and the finishes are always close. Maybe this is why there¡¯s been a recent surge of interest in Oval Truck racing on many RC tracks around the USA.


Here at PROTOform, we didn¡¯t want to be left out of the action so we¡¯re proud to present the all new PROTOrm Oval Race Truck body or simply: the ORT.


The new ORT incorporates styling cues and aerodynamic tricks from all of the four brands represented in the NCTS. From its molded-in front splitter to its add-on rear spoiler it¡¯s a serious race body. It features two sets of trim lines for both carpet/foam racing (4.5 inch min height) and outdoor capped tire racing (4.75 inch min height). It comes with clear protective film, spoiler mounting hardware and window masks. The ORT decal sheet features optional headlight and grill styles as well as all the Craftsman Truck¡¯s body details. Early testing has proven that the PROTOform ORT performs as well as it looks. It turns in hard and comes off stable. It¡¯s been chosen as the official oval truck body for the popular Brushless Racing League¡¯s 13.5 Masters Class.


Oval racing ace Dusty Kemp not only TQ¡¯ed and Won the A-Main in the BRL tour¡¯s first event, but actual ran lap times equal to the 13.5 Brushless Stock Car class while using the Protoform ORT body.


Hey – we¡¯ve all known for a long time that America loves trucks. RC oval racers are just doing what comes natural.



¡¤ Superb molded in detail with rollbar 

¡¤ Contemporary design 

¡¤ Dual trim lines 

¡¤ Detailed decal sheet with 2 grills and 2 headlamp designs 


O.R.T. fits most oval chassisþu1227-21, $25.00



Never miss an issue of RC Car Action!

Subscribe today with a Digital Edition subscription or Print + Digital combo!

Updated: December 16, 2010 — 8:35 PM
Air Age Media ©