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Old 07-31-2003, 07:30 PM   #1
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Default TC3 Weight Differences.....

Anyone know the weight difference between the TC3 Racer Kit and the Factory Team Kit?
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Cool Fat Tc3 Vs. Skinny Tc3

I dont know the exact values for each's weight but i do know that all the Factory tc3 cars need to be leaded to get up to spec for weight at Nat races. I heard that the racer kit dead stock is RIGHT on the money for legal weight. The graphite kit probably shaves a LOT off the plastic one. Hope that helps. Im sure the guys at Associated would love to answer your questions. - Ian
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