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Old 08-24-2006, 07:51 AM   #1
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Default Having problems choosing between TRF415MSX and TB EVO V

i need a liitle help.... which of the two chassis kit is better...?? thnx for helping me out...
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Old 08-24-2006, 11:12 AM   #2
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Get them both!!!

What class are you running?

Stock = Evo V
19T / Modified = MSX

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That question is too vague. Each have their specific advantages for racing and everyone has a different opinion on which is "best"

Ronin's advice seems to work for the most part
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What Runin Ronin said..

or your other option is the HB Cyclone Hara/Surikarn edition and the Hara Pro4.
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I am having the same problem, everybody in the mid west runs belt cars and shaft cars are few and far between. Most drivers can't afford Tamiyas top touring cars, I would say that you should make your decision based on your location and what type of racing you will be doing. Is there a lot of shaft cars where you race? If so what do you think about the performance? Are you racing on carpet or asphalt? Stock or Mod? And most important parts support!!! Either car can do what you want you just have to make sure it's what you want.
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What Runin Ronin said..

or your other option is the HB Cyclone Hara/Surikarn edition and the Hara Pro4.
Although I am a Tamiya fan, explore rc-zombies' advice on the Cyclone or Pro4, they are nice cars.

rc-zombies, good seeing you again at 2006 ROCKS WCSO, seems to be the only place we see each other each year. Congrats again on your Concourse winning body!!!
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