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BEST TOURING CAR ATM????

Old 08-06-2007, 04:34 AM
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hi all, looking at gettin back into touring car racing as ive had a breaknow for about 7-8months for the off-road scene just tofind out that i didnt like off-road in the end. lol.

so whats the best touring car in your opinion?

1.losi JRXS type r
2.xray t2'007
3.schumacher MI3
4.yokomo BD grianger
5.corally rdx phi
6.hot bodies cyclone standard/hara/moorespeed
7.associated TC5
8.tamiya TRF415

and so on. remeber im not a newbe to the touring cars so i know that the car require some setup work to get them workin for my track so im not bothered about that. i will be racing 19turn superstock most of time and sometime stock 27turn.

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Old 08-06-2007, 04:44 AM
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Look around your local area and see what others are running. All touring cars are capable of winning, it comes down to the driver.

Look at what the car was designed for, ie Carpet Foam, Asphalt etc. then choose out of that limited number.

There is no 'best' touring car, it simply is what works best for you.
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Old 08-06-2007, 05:15 AM
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ford racing has pretty much summed it up, the best car is the one which is setup the best and has the best driver controlling it

Imho you cant really go wrong with a Tamiya, theyre strong, reliable and parts back up is usually pretty good, but I guess everyone has their favourite brand

Think of it this way, even if there are 10 cars on the A final grid at your local club which are all the same brand and model, it doesnt meen a different car can't do equally as well - its all in the setup and the driver

Some may be easier to wrench on than others though, or others may be cheaper on parts, which may be bonuses to consider.
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Old 08-06-2007, 06:56 AM
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You pretty much summed it up by naming the top rated cars!
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Old 08-07-2007, 07:26 AM
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T2'007 EU Version.....
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