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Old 07-10-2008, 07:59 AM   #16
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The cost for the parts are less than xray parts or most of the other TC's.
Actually, the most expensive parts belong to the Schumacher Mi3.

Team Magic E4 parts composite parts are expensive, but it's their aluminum that's really, really expensive.

Xray is probably 3rd- but everyone knows Xray parts are very durable and you dont need many of them, much like Mi3.

with that said, the E4 is a nice car. Very easy to set up and get dialed. It has really good corner speed and sharp reaction and steering.
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Old 07-10-2008, 08:25 AM   #17
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Actually, the most expensive parts belong to the Schumacher Mi3.

Team Magic E4 parts composite parts are expensive, but it's their aluminum that's really, really expensive.

Xray is probably 3rd- but everyone knows Xray parts are very durable and you dont need many of them, much like Mi3.

with that said, the E4 is a nice car. Very easy to set up and get dialed. It has really good corner speed and sharp reaction and steering.
MI3 parts are not that expensive, owning the E4 my self (3 of them) parts are expensive too some are less than others but some are alot more than some of the other cars that I have owned. I just wish the car had a revised edition , like motor mount,belt durability and room for battery( I also owned the Rubber tire edition it still needs a litttle work). I had no problems fitttin a lipo battery just had to shim up the top deck , but i did go throught a few belts running full mod with the car.
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Old 07-10-2008, 07:16 PM   #18
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Been out of "TC" for awhile so to speak. I have been running a T2R in a USVTA class parking lot club... 21.5BL/LiPo.

Local track is talking starting back up Carpet/Rubber Tire/13.5BL/LiPo.
Considering the TM E4JS for this (or make it my VTA and use the T2R)

Either that or go with a Cyclone S. Not interested in any of the high dollar kits.

Any comments or insights would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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