Originally posted by Rob Phillips
If your running only asphalt, I would look a Yokomo SD, HPI Pro 4, Corrally RDX, or Schumacher MI2. 2 shafties and 2 belties . I wouldn't get a TC4 for asphalt, Chassis is very rigid and won't give as much traction as the others.
Rob, of the cars you listed the TC4 has one of the most flexible chassis
Now if someone wants the easiest car to setup and find traction on asphalt. Go to the Xray T1 Raycer. I just sold my evo2 with 2 raycer chassis and those things are actually more flexible than cardboard. This is no joke.