Originally posted by RoadRat
No, I am just trying to find out which car will give me more bang for the buck. I have owned to team associated off-road and loved em, but since I have been out of the game for a while, thought I better check and see if ae has lost any ground. From the sound of the replies thus far, it looks like the answer is no. Guess I am gonna go with the NTC3.
Any thoughts on converting my rc10gt for street use? Would that be hard?
Yes, the problems with an off-road car going on-road all have to do with the different needs of off-road versus on-road.
Off-road are designed with a ton of kickup in the front, on-road has little or none.
Off-road is designed with a lot of travel, on-road has very little.
Off-road doesn't measure droop, on-road does.
Off-road has SOFT suspension, on-road has HARD (comparatively) (heh heh, he said HARD. . .heh )
You'll be happier with a real on-road car for on-road and a real off-road car for off-road. . .