Originally Posted by racer034life
yes even though the chassis is old I am more looking to just learn my tracks line and then next season step it up to something newer.. you all must understand I was a R/c Heil guy for the last few years. Now I am coming back to rc cars...
As everyone says it really depends on the most popular chassis at your track. At my track it's mugen, so a MTX4R would be a choice as many guys have lots of spares they'd hand out .
Remember it's about keeping the wheels turning, buying a chassis that no one uses runs up a huge bill of spare parts required to keep them circulating.
NT1 is good in that many other chassis have similar parts side belts and such that others may help out with in times of need and vice versa.
Consider that you will be out of pocket well beyond the price of a chassis if you head off on your own for a cheaper initial investment. Save the money youi will spend supporting your cars parts for components like engines, radio gear and tools etc.