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Old 12-02-2016, 04:21 PM   #16
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Look likes better keeping run old chassis?

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The Awesomatix is dedicated to mod racing on huge asphalt tracks... The slower the speed, the better it is for the tc4...It is the best way to manage my fleet of RC cars.....
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Bert, when is your next race?
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Bert, when is your next race?
He racing right now! In his head. TQ and the win. Next is the world championships to contend with Volker and Coelho. Hahahaha
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Tamiya tt01
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Look likes better keeping run old chassis?

Ok, thanks!
For sure. There is 10% of hidden performance every time you think it can't be better
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For me it's always about the economy of running the car at where you are and see if there are parts available for that car that suits your track. So far I haven't found a competition chassis that can't be turned to work at almost anywhere for stock at least. I buy mostly Tamiya because their track is somewhat close to me and I enjoy their series. For you it might have to do with which car is cheaper in your area and which car you can get support and parts more readily. I think mod is a complete different can of worm in terms of the importance of chassis but for stock the chassis I've had experience with they are all competitive after some setup and practice.
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