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Old 04-20-2007, 12:48 AM   #1
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Default MR4-TC BD vs Xray T2

Im getting back into the hobby and im sticking with 1/10 stock sedan. So should I get a used T2 or a used BD? I don't wanna buy new and Im not gonna wait for the TC5, i also heard great things about the RDX but they are out of my $$ range.

My LHS has no support for the Yokomo car and full support for the xRay. I like the way the yokomo looks better, where could I buy parts for it?
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BD parts are hard to come by these days... even online...
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both are great cars.if yok parts are hard to find,xray is the car for you to get
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BD parts can be found at:

www.yokomousa.com
www.precisionrc.com
www.rcmushroom.com
www.speedtechrc.com
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BD parts are hard to come by these days... even online...
not true. couple of weeks ago made a order with yok usa on a tuesday, and i had my parts by friday.
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Yok BD is a tank.
you won't be changing much in arms or CHUBs, a steering knuckle every once in a while but you have to get spare steering plates since they get cracked every now and then, especially if you hit the wall a lot.
must change the ballcups right from the start. $4.00 avg

I've never had a prob getting parts.
If one of the online sites doesn't have a part in stock.
stormerhobbies.com
speedtechrc.com

then I go straight to YokomoUSA.com
they usually have the part in stock a little higher in cost but they ship immediately.

I find the parts to be a bit cheaper than Xray. do a comparison on part prices before deciding.
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