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Old 08-27-2015, 03:04 PM   #1
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After two years of Yokomo BD7 time for a change. I'm happy with Yokomo, but it may be a better choice. Currently, the market is very much the TC cars and very difficult to decide.
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New BD7 2015 seems like a good choice, but the new Tamiya TRF419 is liked by players for its stable rear and therefore inclined to choose TRF419. I have no experience with ARC chassis, but I've heard good reviews. I ride a modified asphalt in the classroom and on the carpet in the pro stock class. Also starts in ETS pro stock class on the asphalt.
Which chassis it is the best in the various grip?
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Old 08-28-2015, 01:10 AM   #2
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After two years of Yokomo BD7 time for a change. I'm happy with Yokomo, but it may be a better choice. Currently, the market is very much the TC cars and very difficult to decide.
Access parts is not a problem.
New BD7 2015 seems like a good choice, but the new Tamiya TRF419 is liked by players for its stable rear and therefore inclined to choose TRF419. I have no experience with ARC chassis, but I've heard good reviews. I ride a modified asphalt in the classroom and on the carpet in the pro stock class. Also starts in ETS pro stock class on the asphalt.
Which chassis it is the best in the various grip?
The people I know who have run Yokomo for a while say that they don't think the BD7 2015 is as good as the previous BD7's.
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Old 08-28-2015, 02:37 AM   #3
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I am most curious to know the opinion of people who rode Tamiya Yokomo and TRF419. The two companies have always been for me in the lead.
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Old 08-29-2015, 12:23 PM   #4
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What would be awesome is if Bigsquirdrc did a electric touring car shootout with various chassis using either 1 identical setup or each chassis stock setup !
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Pick a color orange or blue. Then go buy an xray or tamiya
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I would say test a VBC, and Awesomatix also...
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