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Old 03-10-2007, 01:49 AM   #16
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moore speed la !
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Old 03-10-2007, 04:50 AM   #17
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i would get the moore speed ....... wait , i did get one and no i dont think its over priced
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Old 03-10-2007, 08:55 AM   #18
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The $200 one from Stomer is a better buy IMO. For the racing most of us do the extra money isn't worth it unless your a complete pro.
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looks..not really..
the WCE has the updated thicker Shock Towers that are 3.5mm.
the standard kit is 3mm. also has the updated suspension mounts.
probably about.. $100-150 to update the stock cyclone to a black version WCE.
What is the udate on the suspension mouts? Different degrees? If it is just degrees then you would want them as a tunning option anyway.

Plus the shock towers will not be a big help. If this guy is asking between the 2 cars. Then he wil not noyice a thicker or thinner shock tower. we are talking .5mm. Not a big deal.
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Old 03-10-2007, 09:27 AM   #20
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The $200 one from Stomer is a better buy IMO. For the racing most of us do the extra money isn't worth it unless your a complete pro.
I couldn't agree with you more. I think some of us (I can be one of those people)get caught up in wanting to have the best possible equipment. When you compare the potential(s) of the Cyclone (or any other high end car) to our abilities as racers, the car will win every time. But there is nothing wrong with wanting to have nice things (I tell myself that to justify spending the money).

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i want the wcs, i dont want to have to upgrade anything really.... the cvds, shocktowers, and the other new parts it comes with like the heatsink brace or whatever its called...... so i think im doing the wcs.... unless theres any better reason besides the extra money
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Youll be just as fast with the cheap one as with the expensive one unless your one of those guys looking for that extra tenth and never hit a board in a 5 minute race.
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yeh but then id need, new dog bones, and the shock towers.... lol i know i can save the money but idk
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Why do you need the new ones? The old ones work just fine.
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Old 03-12-2007, 02:09 AM   #25
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the moore-speed is worth the money as it comes with a lot more stuff like spool, one-way, MIP CVD's and other stuff. I have been a xray man for the last few years but for the money the moore-speed is hard to beat.

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Surely buying the $200USD Cyclone from Stormer then buying the Moore upgrades will leave you infront $$$.
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Why do you need the new ones? The old ones work just fine.
This guy just has his heart set on a purple one. I do not know why he even asked the question? Like I said before. If he is asking on RCtech on what car he should go with. He is just a weekend warior. The very few differences in the cars will not help him on the track.

Just get the eye candy car and stop bothering us.
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This guy just has his heart set on a purple one. I do not know why he even asked the question? Like I said before. If he is asking on RCtech on what car he should go with. He is just a weekend warior. The very few differences in the cars will not help him on the track.

Just get the eye candy car and stop bothering us.

yup pretty much lol..... i want the l8est and gr8est... even f its mostly the same i want to get it and not worry about anything really, after reading the stock ones bend easily and all... so knowing me id buy tir ones, i think they are and so on lol.... and the purple is sweet

i bought one, and im picking it up tomarow
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