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Old 05-03-2003, 05:15 AM   #1
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Default 11T, 23T tamiya's

why does tamiya jump from 23T to 11T motors?
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i know tamiya has more winds than that
but 23t is made for the stock class in Asia
and 11t is what u often see for the mod class
i remember they have 13 and 15t also
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Originally posted by davioh
why does tamiya jump from 23T to 11T motors?
THE 23T is for the Japan/Asia market and the 11T is more sutied for the average driver and track layout....
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