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Old 01-11-2009, 12:43 AM   #1
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i was looking about buying a new sedan to race at the track. I cant decide on what i like the Losi Jrxs-type R and the corally rdx but my friend has an rdx and always seems to break on him. What suggestions do u have. Thanks.
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I am just getting back into racing and have never driven a JRX-S. Back in the day I ran a Losi Street Weapon and a XXX-S. Both cars worked really well. I would imagine that the newer Losi car would work even better. What are most of the other drivers racing at your track using? What car does your lhs carry parts for?
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Seeing from your avatar, you won't accept anything less than a Losi.
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I am just getting back into racing and have never driven a JRX-S. Back in the day I ran a Losi Street Weapon and a XXX-S. Both cars worked really well. I would imagine that the newer Losi car would work even better. What are most of the other drivers racing at your track using? What car does your lhs carry parts for?
they only sell traxxas parts and a few losi and associated. and there are only a hand full of sedan drivers at my track some have corralys, losi, and associated.
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If you can get your hands on a TC5, I would suggest doing so. It's a sturdy, and fairly easy car to work on. Part should be easy to come by.
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I want to thank every1 for all the tips on my next sedan i might be buying a team coralley rdx for $200 with a ton of up grade and enough for a roller but im still cing what people would get
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