Originally Posted by JLock
Here is the thread concerning the Nitro TC3. With over 9,000 posts, just about everything you want to know will probably be covered. The main reason why you are not gettting quick responses is because thread like yours get started over and over and folks that have already covered these don't want to keep reposting info that has already been hashed time and time again. Yes, it is a lot of reading on that thread but you should find some of the info that you are seeking.
I agree with JLock....but here's my 2cents added
1) for most of the country its winter time so that that means indoor racing. so unless you are in the South you;re probly driving electric right now and aren't too concern with the nitro threads
2) While there are those that still have and run this car for drag racing and parking lot bashing. There aren't many that race this car. Add to that the decline of the packing lot tracks and...you see where I getting at....right
3)This goes back to one less people in nitro threads this time of year and the one that are are dealing with infernos and 1/8 scale racing, and of course the veterans that just can leave the forums alone. So, if you give us a day or two, you'll get your questions answered.
Hate to sound unhelpful.....but that's just how I see it right now...just my opion.
Ok...with all that said, I suggest you buy some rear shock towers and arms. (look into the aluminum one if you can afford it) From what I remember, those things break easily on that car. Not a good thing for parking lot racing. Check out Brooklyhobbies, Brucknerhobbie and Nitrohouse dot com. They still sell upgrades for the NTC3.
Second look to get a set of the OFNA Steel differentials for the LD3 or CD3 Pro. They are a direct replacement for the NTC3 and will last much longer without stripping.
Hope that's enough for you for now