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Old 05-24-2007, 08:19 PM   #1
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im trying to choose between a few cars. the robitronic scalpel,and avid, and also the team assosiated tc5.





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i meant the tc5 and the avid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
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Losi Jrxs type-r. Center battery, motor, servo, lipo compatible.
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well the avid would probably be hard to find parts and set ups but the TC5 would be the exact opposite easy to find parts and every one will be submitting setups.
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well the avid would probably be hard to find parts and set ups but the TC5 would be the exact opposite easy to find parts and every one will be submitting setups.
Pretty much what I was going to say. Being an Associated car, the parts support will be a no brainer. Not to take away from the Avid. I do not have any experiance with it, so I do not feel qualified to give my openion on it. However, I have seen associated parts at almost every hobby shop I have ever gone to. Also, the TC5 requires no modification to run lipo if you so choose to run it. So I feel that the TC5 would be hard to beat no matter how you look at it.
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good replys guys have you ever gone to rctechonline.com go there youll see the avid and the tc5 i might go with the tc5 because of your knowledge plz reply with the info u get from the website
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