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Old 02-15-2008, 02:20 AM   #31
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the tc3 would probably be the cheapest, but is probably the least durable out of them all.
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Old 02-15-2008, 03:15 AM   #32
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SCHUMACHER MISSION PRO (CARBON FIBRE) (RRP 198.00)

LRP SPEED CONTROLER (RRP 45.00)

ACOMS REMOTE AND RECEIVER (RRP 50.00)

FUTARBA BALL BEARING SERVO (RRP 24.99)

NEW ORION ELEMENT MOTOR (RRP 55.00)

SANYO 3300 BATTERY (RRP 45.00)

PRO PEEK CHARGER (35.00)

BOX OF SPARES (= 5 SETS OF TRACK WHEELS / SPARES COGS / SERVO BITS / CRISTALS / 5 SETS OF RACE SPEC SPRINGS / + ALOT MORE

NISSAN SKYLINE BODY (RRP 35.00)

MAZDA BODY (RRP 35.00)

VOLVO V40 BODY (35.00)

DODGE STRATUS (RRP 35.00)
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In DK you have to pay 2, or somethings as the chassies almost 3 TIMES more money! So i don't see you money problem :P

I will recomend the Ta-05 as a beginner car. It's cheap, It drives almost as well, as the TRF series cars, it's upgradeable, It's the best choice !

I know some 19t drivers, wich are racing with 415msxx indoor, and actely switch to the ta-05 at outdoor races! Not becouse og their car godt scetchs, or hits of the asphalt. But becouse it is so good a car - PICK IT !!

My self, i racing with my 416 which i think is the easy'st car to work with, but it isn't just a beginners car.. so TA-05 !!
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Old 02-15-2008, 03:18 AM   #33
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Try buying a car from somebody thats selling their old one at a club, because you know who the person is and if you ever feel a bit ripped off or need some help you can just walk upto the guy you purchased it from.

I would buy batteries new, never buy batteries second hand because you dont know what the owners done to them and if they are selling them, they must be crap.

Be carefull when buying a second hand speed controller, because there might be a glitch in it and thats why they are selling it. If you do buy second hand elctronics, I suggest you buy themoff the Professionals that are sponsored because you would know that the equipment hasn't been mistreated.

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