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Old 03-01-2005, 10:24 PM   #1
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Is the Tamiya Hornet just as fast as the associated RC10T4 or RC10B4? I want to BUILD and the Hornet is great at only 95 with ESC. I already have the radio. So it's complete. But the Associated kit and everything will cost me over 250 dollars!! I've only built one kit in my life nad it was a m chassis.

The point is, I need speed. Will the Hornet be as fast as the B4?
THanks you so muCh for ur time!!1

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Old 03-01-2005, 10:33 PM   #2
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<sarcasm> Yeah, cheap cars generally go just as fast if not faster than more expensive ones</sarcasm>

Speed is more dependant of motor/battery combos than what car you put them in. A B4 will handle better, jump better, go through bumps better, be more durable, and simply outlast the Hornet.
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