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Old 05-18-2007, 07:41 PM   #1
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ok out of these cars i need to choose-

schumacher mi2ec edition
hot bodies moore speed cyclone WC edition
xray t2
tamiya ta05
tamiya 415 msx

each are rollers and in good condition (second hand). im looking to make a start in the 19t class, im leaning to the schumacher or the hot bodies at the moment.

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i like my t2 easy to fix very durable
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Old 05-18-2007, 09:40 PM   #3
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Don't get the MI2.

The others, I would roll the dice to decide..they are all good cars. The MI2 was a good car, but it's difficult to work on compared to the others. The XRAY and the Hot Bodies are both good cars.
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ok out of these three cars i need to choose-

schumacher mi2ec edition
hot bodies moore speed cyclone WC edition
xray t2
tamiya ta05
tamiya 415 msx

each are rollers and in good condition (second hand). im looking to make a start in the 19t class, im leaning to the schumacher or the hot bodies at the moment.
Uhh, that's more then 3.
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yea my bad, it started as three when i wrote up the post but a few other caught my eye
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If you are running on asphalt I would choose the Tamiya MSX. It was designed as an asphalt racer, is very easy to work and chassis is easy to adjust for different conditions.
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Xray T2 is the best car the i have had and raced, the RDX was nice for the few times i raced it but parts a little $$$$. If i ever get back into TC i will got for a xray or corally.
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U shud check out wat parts ur local hobby store carries, dats the easiest way u can decide. Most of the cars u chose are good cars good luck
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yea im gonna go on parts availability, all the chassis seem decent and im only a beginner so i can always improve when my knowledge does.
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