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Old 01-15-2007, 07:40 PM
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im new to rc and ive been reading this site for some time.ive previously owned a tc4 and i couldnt get on with it.i thought it was cheap plastic muck(just my honest opinion) sorry tc4 owners
i will be running on carpet indoors and i would like some recommendations on what car to go for?
i would like a belt driven car thats strong and reliable,that will inspire me with confidence and stand up to a little bit of bashing as my driving skills just aint up to scratch as yet.im working on that!!!
cars that im considering so far are the xray models,t2r,and the t2 007 eu.
i do like the the look of many others to like the rdx.but ive read on here its pretty fragile.
tamiya cars dont apeal to me(look great though) as parts are so hard to come by here in the uk.
hot bodies cyclone i like i but know nothing about its ability to withstand the odd knock.also are parts hard to get in the uk?
as youve have probably guessed reading this im not upto date with the touring car scene
any advise or other suggestions will be appreciated
many thanks
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Old 01-15-2007, 09:01 PM
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All I can say is that the xray cars are a good choice. I have only broke 2 parts on the cars I have, and they were both extra hard front arms. I did smoke a front hub carrier, the bearings seized up and melted the thing. But other than that they handle great.
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