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Old 03-09-2009, 12:15 PM   #1
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Questions?? Good 1/10 TC basher? Recommedations?

I want to get a good TC basher. Speed runs/ parking lot fun.
Requirements:
Handles brushless power.
Can fit 3 cell. (side mount batt)
Parts available.
Durable.
Easy on the wallet.

I was thinking of a Losi xxxs or drift-R roller. But am open to suggestions.

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Old 03-10-2009, 12:31 AM   #3
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Default Cyclone S

try a Cyclone S.
RTR or a Cyclone S in kit version..
super low price...
and parts are readily available since it uses part from Pro4/Cyclone.

just another option for you.
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Parking lot bashing = dirt and gravels => enclosed transmission

That means Losi XXXS... or a shaft-driven car. TC3 to me is still the absolute best basher ever, plus it's more or less lipo-ready out of the box

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Thanks guys. I found a TC3 roller with some upgrades and spares for $100 shipped on Ebay.
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try a Cyclone S.
RTR or a Cyclone S in kit version..
super low price...
and parts are readily available since it uses part from Pro4/Cyclone.

just another option for you.
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and it is VERY upgradable.
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