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Old 07-08-2003, 09:16 PM   #1
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I have a Atlas type T and a Si and I am thinging about changing to losi xxx-s g+ what are better cars outta the two
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Parts support is a big factor...
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keeping the Si's they work wicked on carpet and indoor but out door they have more problems then the type T with balance front to rear I think its to do with roll centers with the rear being so much lower then the front
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I have ran the losi xxx-s GP and a atlas SI and between the 2 i like the atlas SI its a super car and easy to set up , i ran mine on carpet. the plus side to the losi is if your running outside alot it has the sealed belt drive train.
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hey twiztid,

as you know i have the t. while i can't comment on the si, i think the losi is a car that will be dialed wherever, and on any surface. i thought the t had poor turn in and high speed cornering. what's different on the si, suspention wise. thought roll centers, castor, arms were all the same. how much of a difference does the weight difference make?
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