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Old 10-12-2006, 10:51 AM   #1
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Default F1 On-Road Forum- kit info, set-ups, parts, insights, experiences

Yes- finally a place where F1 racers get to share info on the class we love. If you are looking to run F1 kits, new to F1, or experienced with F1, this is the place for you. Please ask questions, or pass on info others would love know. What kits are you running? What are good entry level kits? What are good serius or "pro" kits for 1/10 scale? Where to buy them and where to get parts for them? Let's get it rolling!!
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