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    PRC Announces NEW Chassis for 2019

    2019 marks the 30th anniversary for Phantom Racing Chassis. For those of you that have been with us for those 30 years, you know that PRC has done our best to keep Phantom at the forefront of the manufacturing industry. Each one of our chassis that we've built since 1989 is another stepping stone in the technology that we've learned from the previous chassis. Each one we try to make better and better.

    After 30 years, we're proud to announce our latest chassis!

    James Stanley

    Sales Manager
    Phantom Racing Chassis
    www.phantomchassis.com
    (704) 855-3165

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    Will there be a conversion kit from minecon to deuce at some point? Running a minecon all next year, but depending on how it feels I may buy a deuce ... I am about 400lbs with the kart and myself. May want something stiffer.. thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mblair007 View Post
    Will there be a conversion kit from minecon to deuce at some point? Running a minecon all next year, but depending on how it feels I may buy a deuce ... I am about 400lbs with the kart and myself. May want something stiffer.. thanks!
    I doubt we will offer a conversion kit. Simply because most of your parts will swap. You will only need a frame, floor pan(s), motor mount base, rear bumper & mounting kit, seat bar (Deuce is narrower), and the new lower steering block. That's about it!
    James Stanley

    Sales Manager
    Phantom Racing Chassis
    www.phantomchassis.com
    (704) 855-3165

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    Quote Originally Posted by James@PRC View Post
    I doubt we will offer a conversion kit. Simply because most of your parts will swap. You will only need a frame, floor pan(s), motor mount base, rear bumper & mounting kit, seat bar (Deuce is narrower), and the new lower steering block. That's about it!
    Awesome!! Thanks James!

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    how would this kart do on tracks where the minEcon was designed for?

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    anyone changing their Minecon to the deuce that are wanting to sell a bare frame Minecon?

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    Spincycle PM me.

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