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Old 08-09-2007, 02:50 PM   #16
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They have it with either body. I think I have one of each on my front porch right now.
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Old 08-09-2007, 08:39 PM   #17
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Go with a Cyclone S. I have had both the TA05 and the Cyclone S. The HB car has a big plus, that is the shocks over the TA. They are threaded unlike the TA that uses clips. The Cyclone S is a very well balanced car. You will not have to cut the servo ear like you do on the TA. I have also had the high dollar Cyclone. It ran well. But I ran lower lap times with the Cyclone S. The stock c hubs are trash. So go with the carbon 4 degree. Also a P-dub bumper is a must for any car. This will keep from breaking parts. The chassis and the towers have a good amount of flex that gives the car great corner speed.
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