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Old 02-02-2017, 08:11 AM   #1
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I have been looking around at 1/10 touring car setup stations. Hudy of course is top of the list, but I have also seen several other from G Force, Integy, ect. Some cheaper than others. Are the pretty similar? I see most places the Hudy and G Force are sold out.
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Old 02-02-2017, 08:27 AM   #2
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I like my Yeah Racing setup station. Comes with a nice carrying case and the hand nuts.

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They Yeah Racing one looks as good as any. I have the Hudy one and I wouldn't think twice about buying the yeah racing one as it looks like a good unit.
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They Yeah Racing one looks as good as any. I have the Hudy one and I wouldn't think twice about buying the yeah racing one as it looks like a good unit.
I have used both of them and IMO the Hudy is over price. The Yeah does the same thing to include a way to check your caster block degrees. Beside you can match it to your car color.
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hobbyking used to have a kit, but not anymore. i ended up getting hudy which is all i've ever used, whether i've borrowed or i got my own. when i was looking to buy, yeah racing was at the top of choice with hudy, but i got a deal on my hudy kit so...
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Hudy is definitely the best quality and most accurate on the market and I've had mine for years. I've also used the arrowmax gauges too and those are also very good but just aren't as strong and play free as the hudy gauges are. If you are racing every weekend and getting serious about it I'd invest in the hudy outfit it'll outlast most of the other cheaper solutions out there. By the way the HUDY gauges have caster markings on the gauges so not sure what Henry meant above.
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Integy has a number of different setup stations.
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I have both the Hudy and Yeah Racing. They both give me the same readings. Only reason I got the Hudy is because they sell a full set with tweak station and droop gauges. I like everything matching. o

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every setup station ive used seems to have sloppy bearings, including the hudy. that can be fixed pretty easily by changing them out after the fact. I have an old school integy that gives you the exact same numbers as a hudy would. it just isnt as modern and chic looking i suppose.
id look a the arrowmax though. significantly cheaper than the hudy stuff and pretty god quality. yeah racing is hard to pass up as well.

Hudy tools are very nice, but its ok to pick and choose your poison. I have hudy tools, mip tools and random dynamite/tamiya tools cause $50 for a downstop gauge is retarded lol.
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