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Old 06-24-2005, 09:11 PM   #1
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what should i get a xray t1 evo2 or hpi pro 4 for racing indoor carpet and outdoor
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none of the above you want a yokomo
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Old 06-25-2005, 06:34 AM   #3
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Go out and get the T1 Evo2, still competetiv, u can stil probably pick up the Fk version second hand cheapppp. people are throwing em out to go 05
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what should i get a xray t1 evo2 or hpi pro 4 for racing indoor carpet and outdoor
If you want a duel purpose car go with a european brand. Most of the asian cars are excellant for outdoor on rubber. They really dont test or race much on carpet. The american cars at the moment seem to cater more towards carpet.(dont kill me on this guys its an un biased opinion) The europeans run on both surfaces. The Xray is a good choice of the ones you listed. Even though you didnt list it, Schumacher is an excellant rubber tire car indoor and out. I race a Corally which is another good choice. This car works well in multiple surfaces its curently the hot car. Just choose wisely they are all good cars just some are more adapt for certain surfaces with different tires.
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