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Old 11-04-2006, 11:12 PM   #1
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Default CRC's New Generation-X.... Your Thoughts?

Looks to be quite an improvement over all of the other 12th scale cars available. Your thoughts??

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Get some rest ol'man, you'll need it tomorrow.

The car looks pretty trick and definetly different, I'll have to stick with the rev4 untill after the first of the year then i'll get one.

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I ordered one as soon as it hit the web site, if that tells you anything.
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Old 11-04-2006, 11:41 PM   #4
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the car looks amazing! the new front end looks trick. i want one! new 1/12 revolution goiing on, new corally, new crc, new BMI, new speedmerchant woot long live 1/12th!!!
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Does anyone now if it will be T-Fource Gen-x also?

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Does anyone now if it will be T-Fource Gen-x also?

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I hope so! Do you here me CRC?
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Anyone know if there will be a "conversion kit" available?
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None planned as of now.

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No as everything is new on the car.

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It might be a little of topic, I believe that T-Fource is more suitable for asphalt while Carpet Knife for carpet. Do you agree?

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Nope!!!!
Would have to say that I don't agree with that. Both cars are equally unbelievable on carpet and asphalt. It's all up to the driver, like it always is.
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Old 11-05-2006, 09:25 AM   #14
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Would have to say that I don't agree with that. Both cars are equally unbelievable on carpet and asphalt. It's all up to the driver, like it always is.
I believe that carpet knife is more "fragile" and tweak prone on asphalt compared to t-fource (after all why they named it, carpet knife? )

Of course on the hands of a good driver both will perform the same, but I was refering on maintenance after each run. With my T-fource, whenever I check the car is perfect, nothing has changed although we race on a huge track very harse barries

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Lot of coin for a pan car, coming from a t-fource owner.
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