Originally Posted by spunkysandoval
This chassis is a roller only with no body. It comes with the pictured wheels/tires. Its a countersteer setup out of the box with rear overdrive. You'll need all your own electronics and body. You can go from there with upgrades on the chassis itself. 3racing has lots of hopups.
As for being a noob, don't worry about it. For some reason it seems that the on road community doesn't really want new people to join it because they are reluctant to help noobs. I'm just getting started with onroad myself, but I've been doing offroad for a long time. If you want to have some serious fun with RC, you should get an offroad vehicle that you can jump and will be usable on more surfaces than just smooth stuff. HPI, Associated, Losi, and Durango all make decent Ready to Run kits that you can use.
I'm pretty much a noob myself to onroad racing and in my experience so far is superb, the people I've met are all kind good hearted people that'll stop doing whatever they're doing to help a new guy...
That's been my experience so far and totally disagree with you saying that onroad guys don't want noobs, as far as I know onroad was dying out up until the last few years and onroad guys will welcome you with open arms...
This could just be my experience and where I race but I'm happy that I got into the hobby and the people I race with are some of the best in the country in stock "blinky" racing and will be glad to help 100 new guys in a day if possible....
Thanks again Horsham crew you guys are the best