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Old 03-25-2003, 06:30 PM   #5761
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Your kidding right.. One is belt drive the other is shaft..explain to me/us how the xxxs is a wannabe,or is associated the only company allowed to make touring cars.
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associated is the only company allowed to make touring cars.
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Old 03-25-2003, 07:54 PM   #5763
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You know what I'm talking about..
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Old 03-25-2003, 08:54 PM   #5765
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Is it school holidays already?

I think someone isn't checking the Teletubbies webpage like they told "Mommy" they would be...




Now



I hope I'm not out of order here...
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Old 03-25-2003, 10:28 PM   #5766
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I am better than you phatty
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Old 03-29-2003, 04:39 PM   #5767
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back up for one of the best R/C cars out today
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Off topic but got a quick Q:


I don't know if any of you have the RTR version but i was wondering, do you think the RTR electronics are better than the TC3 RTR electronics? I was checking them out but i couldn't get any pics of them, but they look nice the JR radio is nicer than what i got now so i might be getting the losi due to better elecs. The TC3 is 210, the losi is 270, basically what im saying is, is it worth the extra 60 for the JR radio and the v3r?
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Well you get 2 model memory, and more than enough adjustability from the JR COMPUTER radio. The V3R actually has brakes which can be quite useful, unless you really like spinning out everytime you try to slow down. Not to mention the best sport touring car on the planer.... I would say the XXX-S RTR is worth over $100 more!!!!!

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KO racer---- one of?!?!?!?.... how about the very best!!!!


Yeah I Argee Just didnt want to make some people mad
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That's not anger, it's jealiousy..... You know how to tell the difference...... it's the smell!!!!
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That's not anger, it's jealiousy..... You know how to tell the difference...... it's the smell!!!!
I smell it too but it taste like chicken.....lol
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The radio system is alot better than what you get with the associated,You also over looked the shocks,the Losi comes with aluminum body ones,the associated has plastic,the car does work right out of the box,One more thing to remember is you get what you pay for.Their are only a few things I would upgrade on the car.I would get a better servo(JR 590-$39)Ti.turnbuckles and a set of better tires,as far as threaded shocks go they dont work any better than what comes on the car,they just make setting the tweak easier.The RTR is just about the same car as the original xxxs,and RC car action rated it #1..yes even over the FT TC-3. Their should be no question in your mind on what car to get..
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Old 03-30-2003, 12:47 PM   #5775
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Default Setup question for rough asphalt

Hi,
Sadly our permanent race track has been closed and now we have to transfer to a provisonal small track.

Now I need a rubber base setup for tight rough a bit bumpy asphalt semi prepared track for 12T mod class. Please help.

I think on this semi prepared track the traction will be low, so the setup should provide as much traction as possible. We all race always on Take Off CS 27 rubber, but the insert can be changed. What is the way to get more traction on rough asphalt, firm insert with soft suspension or soft insert with hard suspension?
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