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Old 05-18-2008, 07:10 PM   #1
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Default new to electric 1/10 touring motors and classes?

Local hobytown has a indoor race track and seen they have a race coming up.They have a few different motor clases to run in.What are all the 1/10 motor classes for 1/10 touring in the us?Local hobbyton is running stock touring,super stock sedan,19t seadan-roar.Is sedan the same as touring?Want to pick up a car but need to figure out what motor esc combo I am going to run.I run nitro mt so this is all new to me.Thanks
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Yes i believe Touring and Sedan are one and the same. I race at a Hobbytown in their parking lot lottsa fun
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