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Old 02-25-2008, 06:10 PM   #16
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I still have my RC10LT tourer. I love the car Drove it the other day using an old Trinity Green Machine motor. So much fun,lots of traction. 190mm sedan bodies. Will never sell her. I Japan company had one years ago that accepted sedan wheels they also had an F1 car. I ran circles around the 4WD sedans... As someone stated; it needs a very smooth surface. I felt every little bump. Not really any major setup skills here..............
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