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Old 11-30-2010, 10:55 PM   #226
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Old 12-01-2010, 01:35 AM   #227
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hey guys i run nitro and getting an elec this yr. is how good is this sedan is it easy to setup do they have avail? trying to choose between this model and the T3 2011 xray dont know pro or cons of none. Can you give me any input on this car? Also who has them in stock?
Dont have to say much more than, it is the world champ winning car.
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Dont have to say much more than, it is the world champ winning car.
416x was the World Championship winning car.
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Can you tell us what is the "Bonus Parts Included"?

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Where website to buy from SEA?
depends on which country u wanna buy.. u let all know which one.
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416x was the World Championship winning car.
Add a few small refinements to the 416x with lipo chassis and you pretty much have a 417. Its basicly the same chassis is what I was meaning.
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Old 12-02-2010, 03:16 AM   #233
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Add a few small refinements to the 416x with lipo chassis and you pretty much have a 417. Its basicly the same chassis is what I was meaning.
Says 416X right here. There is a difference other than just chassis.
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Any ideas what options to run for medium grip abrasive smooth asphalt on a tight track?

With the 417's date somewhat unknown, it seems like I could get a 416x if I have to swap out the right parts anyway since a lot of you seem to be running this car on carpet?
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Says 416X right here. There is a difference other than just chassis.
Nooooooooooo really. I hadnt noticed. I was merely stating that other than the refinements made to the 416x, the 417 is basicly the same as a 416x with lipo upgrade. I dont think most people could even tell the difference in handling etc between the two. Small refinements like a solid center motor mount bulkhead and bigger diff parts etc etc wouldnt make the car handle a whole lot differently. The refinements are really just added so the car can handle the extreme power of boosted mod motors that the pros are now running.
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Nooooooooooo really. I hadnt noticed. I was merely stating that other than the refinements made to the 416x, the 417 is basicly the same as a 416x with lipo upgrade. I dont think most people could even tell the difference in handling etc between the two. Small refinements like a solid center motor mount bulkhead and bigger diff parts etc etc wouldnt make the car handle a whole lot differently. The refinements are really just added so the car can handle the extreme power of boosted mod motors that the pros are now running.
You are missing the point. The 416 won the worlds, NOT the 417 with its refinements. We are both saying the same thing. Tamiya is a proven world champ winning designer of rc cars. But, it was the 416 that actually won the wordls.
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So what you're trying to say is that at worst the 417 will be as good or better than the 416X
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With any luck we should know in the next couple of weeks
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So what you're trying to say is that at worst the 417 will be as good or better than the 416X
exactly, thank you
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I saw one get build at the track yesterday. It really looks nice. It should be good!

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