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Old 09-23-2006, 07:57 PM   #1
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hey guys,
im looking to get a tc4 factory team one
because i have electronics laying around
also i won a binary 2 pro stock motor,
is this a good motor to run stock? is it legal
in most cases? i hear its more of an on road
motor thats why i would like too know
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Old 09-24-2006, 11:56 AM   #2
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rc10.com is selling FT TC4 kits for $200 plus shipping.
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Yeah that stock motor should be fine for most club races. Stock is a good place if you are starting out to learn how to drive.
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rc10.com is selling FT TC4 kits for $200 plus shipping.

How can u tell the belt car will drop soon?
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It'll still be a while, though. The prototype looks to be using custom CNC machined arms, so they likely haven't finalized the arm design and created the molds. Then there is instructions, graphics, component procurement, production, distribution. I highly doubt we'll see it for sale in 2006.
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yeah i no about the rc10 site great deal i think so im saving up
for one, almost half way there! lol gotta wait for my pay check
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