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Old 12-01-2006, 05:25 AM   #1
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Default HPI RTR SPRINT 2 OR TEAM LOSI XXX-S RTR

Im going to get into 1/10 stock racing at my local club. Im just wondering which car would is best out of these 2. What are the ups and downs of both. I know speed isnt the only important thing but which one is faster stock? How far can i take this car in the future in terms of upgrades etc. Cheers
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Or would this be a better deal
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me, personally, i would go with the TA-05 RtR's arent hot. But the TA-05 is a great car and highly competitive. UPS: mid motor more center of gravity DOWN: taking out and installing a motor is a PAIn in ThE reAr
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