Originally Posted by tbo713
I would rather just buy the kit and have them both
I have both now Team C long for IGT8F "SPEC" & Short for the "OPEN/PRO$" Class.
The Short does have a good advantage over the long in the cornering department. It's seems to be on rails, almost like a slot car feel very reactive to your input.
The long handles great and is easy to drive, with a decent setup. I like how you can smash the throttle out of a turn and the long chassis just takes the power and makes the car straight. The long has a Cadillac feel very smooth and boat like but drives well.
My long is bone stock no upgrades and has motor and tires to fit "SPEC" rules. Pics will be posted tonight on IGT8F thread and site.
My short is all Pro, all aluminum hardware, every RcShox upgrade (dual stage shock pistons, upgraded Ackerman kit, bearing kit, one way upgrade, and gears) my NEW LRP Light version arm braces for the Team C and a Reds WC7 motor retrofitted for GT racing!
This season should be very interesting