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Old 06-17-2008, 03:29 AM   #1
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hi lets discusse about your favorite touring car opinion wy do you like it and wy you dint like other cars

i have a cyclone moor speed and i find it easy to setup but i dont like that you cant put big spur gears and because you have to rebuild the diff to often

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Old 06-17-2008, 07:20 AM   #2
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FT TC4 is my favorite so far, I like the lower maintance vs. belt drive, instant torque, tuning options, and most of all the diffs seem to hold up well.
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my first and only tc, a ta05ms! excelent turning car, i get tons of people just on a single turn. i barely have to do anything to it (fixing)
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Old 06-17-2008, 10:39 AM   #4
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stock Tamiya ta05... = strong tank but upgradeable to a lighter, quicker one with 3racing / trf parts
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FT TC4 is my favorite so far, I like the lower maintance vs. belt drive, instant torque, tuning options, and most of all the diffs seem to hold up well.
Cant forget to add easy motor swapping and mesh adjustment...
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losi type R,

its light,
parts are redily avaliable,
diffs remove in four screws,
responds well to tuning changes,
easy, responsive car to drive,
i can dissamble the car to kit form in 50 mins,
only 2 screws to replace an a-arm,
you don't have to balance it with lipo,
and the list goes on, and on and on.
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