Come on, tell us which was best value for money then, including the cuda's or which was the worst car you've ever bought, could it be the Pro 3
oh wait I had one of them myself
wasn't that bad, just not that fast either, spent too much on it just to get it to a reasonable wieght and reasonably fast outside, the front one way was the best thing I bought for it. Then when it came to indoors again I just didn't like it and prefered to try get my Lab working
which was ok some weeks then without a setup change would be a pain in the arse to drive, so I've moved onto my best car I've ever owned, my Cuda
My first car was a Sport 2 though, sold that around a year ago for a club mate to use for spares for his Pro 2, was a challenge to drive indoors as I knew very little about setups then but it got me used to taming wild cars. I can often struggle along with a terribly over steery car and be maybe just a couple laps down now on the leaders, they try the car and say how the **** do you drive this?
obviously not as well as I can when I have a more neutral setup but even though I'm not the fastest (yet) I can drive more variation.
For a while outdoors last summer my Pro 3 was having cvd problems and whilst I was waiting for titanium replacements I drove with 2wd, I put the diff up front to make things easy and then the diff melted itself so I put the front one way in, no brakes and 2wd was fun
I still beat the bottom half of the field, I got very good at carrying speed and taking corners as wide as possible, infact some couldn't believe I was using a 15x4 and 2wd, although when I tried to get off the line the mad wheel spin for about 3 slow meters kind of gave the game away
drove some very tidy races to get 5th's and 6th's over about 4 weeks racing, although there were a couple of retirements ahead and some of my closest competition didn't always turn up due to work. Still only lost 2-3laps on the fastest guys when I got a good run.