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Old 08-10-2008, 05:01 PM   #1
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Default Tamiya TL-01 info

Hi, i've just got back into rc cars now im a bit older than when i got one. I have a Tamiya TL-01 and ive heard a lot of talk about different motors that you can get for it. Supposedly about brushless motors, different turn motors and unfortuneatly because im relatively new i don't really know what all this talk means

I am looking to buy a new motor so could any give me any info and what motor to buy, and what the differences are between the different types please? Oh and im only using it for a fun car not nessaceraly racing just yet so not anything too expensive

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