Originally Posted by utah300rum
I am an Associated guy so I guess I will look for a screamin' deal on an TC4,5 or 6....I just dont want to spend much since I will probably only race once a month at best...and in Utah since the track is outdoors I may run it 5-6 times at best.
The TC4 is still a capable chassis. Rick Howart was able to prove that at West Coast RC here in So Cal. Even the TC3 is still a capable car for club racing. I raced against one with my XRay about a month ago and my only advantage over the TC3 was that I had more motor than him.(I was running the new Epic Duo 3) Handling wise it was still good with plastic shocks and plastic CVDs. The only problem with the TC3/4 is the drive ratio which is 2.5 So you'll need a very small spur and large pinions in order to get the right gearing needed for non-boosted 17.5 If you're running mod, that may not be a problem.