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Old 08-25-2009, 03:15 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by Metla View Post

All of the chassis types require a different driving style, practise with any one of them will enhance your skill. All of them can be made to hard to drive by over powering them.

And trying to learn lines,braking, and how the car handles in an over powered car will make you worse, not better.

Pick the chassis that appeals to you, Select a mild motor, and go practise, lap after lap after lap,There is no magical chassis that will enhance your skills over any other more so then quality track time.

I think people get the impression sedan is harder to control because of the chance of it's setup being complex to understand, so there's more chance of it being wrong and in turn, being harder to control.

If you want simple, you get a simple car to setup and a mild motor

But that won't cure anyone who can't control an r/c car, no car can do that
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